Why not wear your cheer? In uncertain times, we have to do what we can. Here’s a start: sport one of the most cheerful clothing types there is – tie-dye.
Tie-dye has been reinvented (dare we say?) These are not the colorful tee-shirts you DIY’d in junior high. New applications include everything from purses and bags, sweaters, jumpers and even sneakers. The traditional tee still works – but try one that’s been upgraded to be fitted, screen-printed & features a colorway that’s still fun but slightly more understated than the originals. And if you’re still skeptical, try a sleek, black-based dress – worn under your favorite denim jacket.
Madewell x Warm Be Where It’s Warm Tie-Dye Tee, $45 at Madewell
Sand Terra Cotta Tie-Dye Ribbed Tank Top, $41 at Lulus
Kids Tie-dye Crossbody Bag, $34.95 at Gap
Tie-Dye Sweater by Scotch & Soda, $115 at Nordstrom
The Canvas Transport Tote: Print Edition, $85 at Madewell
Constellation Tie Dye Tank Dress by Raquel Allegra, $220 at Nordstrom
Warm Tie-Dye Hoodie Romper Cover-Up, $118 at Madewell
Fantasy Cotu Sneaker by Superga, $65 at Nordstrom
Tie Dye V-Neck Sweater, $45 at Nordstrom
Tie-Dye No-Show Socks, $19.50 at J.Crew
Orla Tote, $128 at Vince Camuto
Image: Vince Camuto
LNA Tie Dye Stripe Elsa Tee, $121 by Carbon 38
Image: Carbon 38