How To Style Tie Dye For Fall

Dear Ladies,

Tie dye has been seen everywhere, from bags to shoes to eye makeup. The tie dye trend has resurfaced after its long hibernation in 2019. Personally I love tie dye, I used to do it all the time. Every time I see anything white a picture of it tie dyed pops to mind. (It can’t be just me, can it?) The seasons are changing quickly in NYC and that means pumpkin spice lattes and Fall trends. This is my favorite time of the year when the leaves are changing and we begin to transition into more comfortable and cozy looks and outfits. But one question comes to mind when I think Fall and tie dye. How in the world can we style tie dye for Fall?

Even if tie dye is out of style by Fall I will still be rocking it. (To be honest I don’t think it will go out of style any time soon. ) I have 3 easy tips for you to follow to rock this Fall trend. Of course you don’t have to follow these, come up with your own and make it unique to your style. 😉 Don’t forget to share it with me too.

Autumn Colors

The biggest inspiration for Fall is nature. The trees change from vibrant green to earthy red and marigold yellow. Why not take some tips from nature, look for tie dye pieces that have a Fall color palette. Which include rust orange, mustard yellow, warm burgundy, beige, etc. Purchase tie dye pieces in these beautiful hues and you’ll be ready for Fall. Another amazing idea is using bleach as tie dye. (Be very careful when using bleach, I don’t want you to get hurt. ) For example, adding bleach on black makes it turn into this beautiful rusty brown color. Or maybe bleach dye a pink sweatshirt to make a really nice cream and pinky combo.

Cozy Textures and Fabrics

When I say Fall you say sweater! Yes, I can’t believe it either, there are tie dye sweaters now. How cool is that? Wearing textures and fabrics that are very popular during the Fall time is just the cure. That includes knitted sweaters, fringe, satin and whatever else tickles your fancy. I would pair these colorful garments with a more laid back piece, like sweatpants or wide leg jeans. Pinterest is always my go to for modest outfit inspo, it will be perfect for you.

Silhouettes & Basics

This one goes hand in hand with the last tip. Look for more casual and simple silhouettes. A tie dye jacket will look amazing with a cream turtleneck and blue jeans. Mixing some basics with a trendy piece can always tone down the look and really make you stand out, in a good way of course. Fall is all about the cozy life, camel coats, jean jackets and turtleneck sweaters are just the staples you need. Ooh, should that be my next post, closet basics every women needs. That does sound amazing, tell me your thoughts below.

Sending Off…

You already know what I have in store. As usual here is a bonus surprise, just for you. Yep, you got it. I have searched the web to find the best tie dye staples for Fall. I sought out stores on Etsy because I really want to support them and their items are insanely amazing. I have also created a little guide for you on all the hottest trends coming this Fall. My wardrobe is already nervous about all the new pieces I’ll be adding in. Oh, but before you head down, count how many times you read Fall in this entire post. Ah ah ah, no cheating, you can’t scroll back up and check, you must guess. Drop your guess in the comments I want to see how many of you got it right. Okay, now you can scroll on through the tie dye museum. Enjoy!

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By Habibata Diallo

Shikamoo! That’s hello in Swahili, but for English it’s just plain Hello. Hey there, I’m Habibata a fashion obsessed teen fashionista and writer. I love to share all my modest fashion tips and style tricks on my blog. It’s honestly fun to write to all of you. I love to read too! Something about books just captures my heart, for some it may be Anime or Sci-fi. For me it’s books, I’d love to hear what you like. I’ve been dragging on for a long time so now it’s time to say Ciao. I upload every Saturday.

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