Tie-dye designs have never been more in now that tons of people are working from home. You see ’em all over your IG feed on the top trendsetters, right? Dare I say that its officially replaced florals as summer’s top print?
Yes, contemporary florals are great and penciled into our fashion calendar every summer like clockwork. It's a trendy way to pull the outside in but occasionally your wardrobe needs to take on something "countercultural." Here comes rebellious 1960s fashion, it has made a huge comeback and we're not just talking about the classic throwback tee. We're seeing it all over the place in unexpected high-end pieces. It's a smash hit we're seeing on and off fashion runways and from a wide range of designers like Prada, Proenza Schouler, Stella McCartney and beyond.
Fun and colorful, tie dye jewelry is the perfect way to show your amazing sense of style. The bold patterns and charming color combinations are perfect for every outfit. Whether you’re looking to give life to a plain white shirt or liven up an otherwise boring ensemble, it’s easy with tie-dye jewels.
With that said, tie-dye is evolving beyond the classic & expected red and blue colors to colorful jewel tones, bright hues and even metallic. When it comes to vibrant tie-dye jewels, they’re usually made of materials like polymer clay, resin, glass beads, wire and other neat stuff.
Even if you weren't old enough to enjoy the original Woodstock Festival, you can always recreate the groovy 1960s style for fun. Have fun and try pairing our Montauk tie-dye hoop earrings with other hippie trends from the sixties like flare jeans, crop tops, fringe, round sunnies, etc.