Right now, you can buy a tie-dye Proenza Schouler sweatshirt or Prabal Gurung maxi skirt; in the fall, there will be Maryam Nassir Zadeh tie-dye puffer jackets and Collina Strada leggings.
Tie-dye has a very specific identity, but it's still evolving, especially as certain designers have reinvented and reimagined it as a top trend for spring 2019.
It's part of the brand's ongoing collaboration with Peter Saville, and the "Love Yourself" graphic has been spotted on Selena Gomez and Rihanna in recent weeks.
Influencers, models, and stylists have taken to this Paco Rabanne top too, pairing it with everything from patterned maxi skirts (as it appeared on the brand's spring 2019 runway) to jeans.
Paco Rabanne’s tie-dye cotton T-shirt is one of fashion’s more straightforward tie-dye takes.
A tie-dye T-shirt is meant to be easy, laid-back—something you make for an arts and crafts session in the summer.
Of course, you could always make your own—all you need is a plain white T-shirt and a tie-dye kit from Amazon.
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If you want to wear the trend right now, though, consider the seven tops under $90 ahead. © 2019 Condé Nast. All rights reserved.
Celebrities are stoked about this revival, gravitating toward one purple-blue style in particular: a $230 Paco Rabanne T-shirt.
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