Less Hippie, More Chic: The Season's Best Tie-Dye Pieces

Read on to shop the rest of our tie-dye selections.

Tie-Dye T-Shirt ($101) in Blue

Retire your basic tees and try this punchy version by Velvet instead.

The Looker Jeans ($196) in Multicolor

Printed denim is a trend that shows no signs of slowing down, so jump on board with this colourful skinny pair by Mother.

All Over Shibori Dye Effect Jacket ($695) in Grey

The designer’s signature tie-dye pattern has an almost marble-like effect when rendered in light grey.

Printed Pencil Skirt ($70) in Intense Blue

This gorgeous print looks more like a piece of art than a skirt—wear it with understated accents to let it take center stage.

Buzo Zip-Pouch ($95) in Purple

Use this lively pouch to stash the essentials when you don’t want to lug around a cumbersome tote.

Stripe Tie-Dye Scarf ($58) in Denim Blue

You can wear this lightweight scarf with a T-shirt when it’s still warm out, or layer it over cold-weather pieces when the weather turns chilly.

Zula Acid Printed Jersey Dress ($282) in Grey

The moody, abstract pattern elevates this dress’ simple silhouette.

Cave Print Satin Tulip Skirt ($1385) in Teal

Remember Proenza Schouler’s cool tie-dye tops back in 2010? Well the boys are at it again, but this time with a completely contemporary, graphic interpretation of the trend.

2750 Trainers ($84) in Tie-Dye Print

Classic Superga shoes get an au courant update courtesy of the Agyness Deyn-beloved British brand House of Holland. Wear these sneakers with rolled-up boyfriend jeans and a tee for a playful, easy weekend look.

Pluto Bangle ($313) in Ice

This square bangle is hand-poured and sourced from non-toxic industrial waste, making it a totally unique—and statement-making—buy.

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