Tie-dye isn’t something I ever really wanted to try, and I didn’t think it was ever going to make it into my summer wardrobe if I’m honest. Inspired by the S/S runways and high-street copycats, I decided to give this marmite trend a go.
I’m all for ‘all black everything’ always, but it doesn’t hurt too add a pop of colour sometimes right? I don’t know what it is about orange, but I may have become slightly obsessed with it in 2019. Orange isn’t really a colour that I’ve thought about wearing before, but here we are multiple clothing items later my wardrobe is full of it!
The spotty dress phenomenon is far from over. Come spring/summer time, you’ve probably seen a plethora of dresses with spots flooding your social media feeds. And I’m not even sorry I did jump on the bandwagon, with no regrets.
Art looks different to everyone, doesn’t it? There’s no right or wrong when it comes to art, no this way or that way. With my ‘Face Jewels’ series here on my blog I’m exploring what my version of wearable art is, and letting the inner unicorn in me run wild and free…
Art “the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.”
Okay okay, so I know you’re probably sick of seeing tie-dye this and tie-dye that here there and everywhere but when I saw these Weekday cycling shorts on ASOS I couldn’t resist. Before this there wasn’t a single tie-dye item that had ever graced my wardrobe (since my childhood days anyway) and now there are at least a few.