Tie-dye fashion print is making a comeback
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Tie-dye fashion print is making a comeback

In the 1980s tie-dye print became a hit because designers started using this in fashion shows

Tie-dye fashion print is making a comeback

The origin of tie-dye print was earliest recorded in China and Japan in the 6th century. People used to dye clothes from natural dyes, created with berries, leaves, roots, and flowers. All these natural colours were boiled and later the fabric was soaked in hot water to add colour to it. 

In the 6th century, India started the practice of tie-dye in Bandhani. Bandhani is a famous saree of India.  

Tie-dye print gained popularity in the “Roaring ‘20s” in the United States. People then decorated their homes and clothing with the help of the tie-dye process. 

During the Hippie era in the 1960s, people wore the tie-dye print and this print became even more popular. 

Then music stars like Janis Joplin and Jerry Garcia started wearing tie-dye prints and youngsters in America adopted this trend rapidly. Tie-dye became an iconic print. 

In the 1980s, tie-dye print became a hit because designers started using this print in their outfits and hence their fashion shows. After this, many new types of tie-dye patterns appeared in the market in different varieties of shades and colours. 

Today, tie-dye is trending again in different kinds of fashion staples. 

Tie-dye overalls

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From Alia Bhatt to Ananya Pandey and Janhvi Kapoor, Bollywood stars are giving us goals by wearing tie-dye overalls. These overall are comfortable and easy to style. Top these outfits with footwear like transparent heels, pumps, and wedges. 

Tie-dye boho tops

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Tie-dye boho tops are a good option for women when they want to wear loose clothes. These tops are versatile as they can be worn in cities as well as on beaches. Just need to wear jeans or shorts with this look and you are ready to go. 

Bohemian tie-dye dress

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Bohemian tie-dye dresses are a fashion fad right now. A tie-dye long dress with three different types of colours arranged horizontally is the one dress you must have. You can carry a net bag to get a stylish look with this dress. 

Tie-dye saree

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Bandhani and tie-dye sarees are different. Go for a tie-dye saree if you are bored with the same old sarees present in your wardrobe. To enhance the look of this saree, wear an off-shoulder or cut-sleeved blouse. 

Tie-dye pants 

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Same jeans can be boring, so wear loose pants which have tie-dye print on them. These pants are loose-fitted, so wear a crop top or a bodycon top to amp up your look.

Tie-dye headbands

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Tie-dye headbands can be a fashion accessory that you can add to your accessory box. These funky headbands can be worn when you are wearing solid coloured overalls like white, black, purple, hot pink, etc. 

A city-based fashion designer, Himani Garg, said, “The classic spiral tie-dye tee will always be the nostalgic-fan favourite, with amazing sunset colours shades of pink, yellow, red, and orange.”

“Universal tie-dye colour in muted shades like gray tie-dye, blue tie-dye, gold tie-dye always offers more of a chic vibe. Rainbow tie-dye patterns and neon shades too,” added Garg. 

Aarushi Dawar, a fashion stylist with eShakti.com, an International Fashion Brand, said “Tie-dye prints work for all seasons. Some cotton or georgette tie-dye dresses can work for summers or monsoon. Ribbed woollen sweatshirts are a good choice for winters.”

You should have bought your favourite tie-dye fashion staples, like yesterday!