Here Tie-Dye, Gone Tie-Morrow

As an adult person, I have always hated tie-dye anything. Living in Austin means I “get” to see it on the young and old alike, on a near-daily basis. Perhaps an oversized, unisex t-shirt, emblazoned with the logo of a popular crab shack restaurant chain on the front and KEEP IT WEIRD on the back, bright rainbow tie-dye all over. This being the predominant tie-dye look about town, I have felt very secure in my disdain for the design.
Fast-forward to today, and all of a sudden I see renderings that I don’t mind. Suddenly I want to buy some. Oh well, what is fashion if not a reason for the children of tomorrow to look back and laugh at us from the safety of their space-pods?

I want to wear all of the following things:

 

Pair it with a blazer for daytime, and sans for a sweet date night look

For the office

Chic for the office

Perfect for fall

Perfect casual fall top

Errands never seemed so fun.

You’ll make up errands just so you can wear these.

Great for weekend looks, or transitioning to cooler weather with layers

Great for weekend looks, or transitioning to cooler weather with layers

Easy to mix and match with more basic separates to tone down the look

Easy to mix and match with more basic separates to tone down the look

Wear it with a high-waisted midi skirt

Wear it with a high-waisted midi skirt

Sneakers

Sneakers. So hot right now. Sneakers.

These shoes are perfect for the fall or all year round! Any one of these pairs will look good on ya, and they’re a touch more glamorous than some of the downright athletic pairs that have been trending lately. I can’t get behind wearing the same shoes I work out in to a non-athletic outing.

 

  1. Tory Burch – Caspe in Metallic
  2. Nike  - Women’s Blazer Mid Textile in White/Black Volt
  3. DKNY – Barbara in Black/White
  4. Nike – Low Tops in Rust
  5. Gucci – Brooklyn GG High Tops in Ecru/Beige
  6. Sam Edelman – Becker in Floral
  7. Steve Madden – Ecentric in Red
  8. New Balance – 420 Trainers in Aqua Blue