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Tie-dye is generally associated with the hippies of the 60s and 70s, Full Moon parties in Thailand and festival season. 

However, for SS19, designers are pushing tie-dye as a micro-trend for the office, brunch or a night out rather than a tropical holiday or music festival. 

The looks was dotted all over the SS19 runway shows, at major fashion houses like Prabal Guruing, R13, MSGM and Stella McCartney. 


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Here are six ways to wear the boho style in 2019:

For Work

This stunning Tie-Dye animal print skirt from Next is perfect for the office. Team with a black jumper and boots like the model shown, or add white runners, a white t-shirt and denim jacket for casual Fridays, 

This Mango lace-topped camisole is perfect for layering (and it's on sale!). For a busy day at work, wear it over a light turtleneck top an black jeans, then whip off the turtleneck and add a leather jacket for desk-to-dancefloor ease. 

For a hectic day of meetings, this Topshop tie-dye print dress is ideal – add heels for the boardroom or go for easy to wear mules and a trench coat for an on-trend look. While the tie dye trend might come and go, the print on this guna doesn't scream hippy, so we will be stashing it away for an end-of-year winter wedding, where sky-high heels, a warm-toned clutch, statement necklace and cropped fur jacket will breath new life into the trend for a colder season.  

For Play

This Topshop sponge painted blouse would also look fab at work tucked into a tailored trouser, but teamed with killer heels and a black leather skirt the shirt would look flawless. 

Mango's Northern Lights remnant print is so good, we'll take both the cami and the lace-edged slip dress. For the colder months, we're throwing this on over thick tights and a grey turtleneck with our chunkiest coat, and when the weather warms up, add Dr Martins, bare legs and an oversized blazer. 

The simplicity of a good t-shirt is elevated with a hint of tie-dye print. This ASOS tie-dye summery t-shirt is a winner tucked into any pair of jeans, or amplify your brunch casual style by pairing this with a metallic pleated midi skirt and a pair of sandals. 


There has been a huge number of beauty trends exploding all over the internet in recent months.

Whether it's strobing for your face, trying to keep your brows on fleek (without dyeing them rainbow colours) or even baking your face there has been something new to try every week.

As for haircare, first there was contouring and now something even MORE bizarre.

For anyone who missed the great tie-dyeing adventures of the Nineties, it basically required you to tie elastic bands around a t-shirt then dip the fabric in different colour dyes.

Hair colourist Rickey Zito is now applying the technique to hair.

Probably important to note that this hair is bleached beforehand, for optimal colour intensity. No one wants a dull tie-dye effect to be fair.

Rickey of course makes the process look very simple as he separates the hair into large sections. Then he uses cloth ribbons to separate the sections again and make sure the colours are separated.

The results are definitely different.

Rickey is obviously a huge fan of ALL hair colouring trends – his Instagram feed is full of rainbow coloured locks.


Whip it good.. #hairgod_zito #headrushsalon

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He calls himself ‘hair god’ for a reason.

We're kinda tempted to give this a go… but maybe we'll test it out on a t-shirt first.



It looks like the eighties are back with a tie-dye bang!

And the latest fashion trend to hit is not something that we have gotten on board with, just yet! It may take us a bit of time.

Thankfully, it has come back with a bit of a more sophisticated  vibe, and the Clarissa tie dye style is long gone. Phew!

Celebs are already in on the trend with the likes of Kate Bosworth and Alessandro Ambrosio being spotted rocking the tie dye. Kate took on a denim shirt and Alessandro channelled the summer in her tie-dye maxi.

However, the key to working the new trend is less is more. Avoid overloading your outfit with too much dye.

Match tie-dye trousers with a plain white tee or colourful tops with plain shots. If you’re not feeling the vibe, a handbag is a great way to incorporate a trend without it taking over. Or you could always invest in a tie-dye bikini for your holliers.