In case you missed it, tie-dye is having a major moment. There’s something so satisfying about rocking a rainbow of colors, or, if you prefer monochrome designs, splotches of similar shades.
While a lot of brands are hopping on the tie-dye trend, we’re here to remind you that creating your own tie-dye apparel is totally doable. The trick to mastering a DIY dye is to start with the right blanks.
For that reason, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to round up 10 of the most stylish 100% cotton shirts and dresses that will take to dye better than any other fabric.
This v-neck midi dress features a tiered silhouette and lightweight dimple-dotted fabric. Crumple it up and douse it in the dye for a colorful addition to an already stylish design.
Whether you’re looking to create a beach cover-up or a comfy lounge ‘fit, this strapless cotton jumpsuit will do the trick. The sheer material absorbs dye easily and can turn out beautifully whether crumpled or folded.
Ready to show off loads of color and a little bit of skin? This top-rated pullover is the perfect way to do so.
This low scoop-necked dress is dainty as can be with lace and bow detailing that immediately draws the eye in. So just imagine how gorgeous it will be when you use it as the base for your tie-dyed creation.
How cute is this high-necked, loose-fitting top? It will look especially dreamy with a pastel dye.
This off-the-shoulder silhouette is a midi dream. Coat it in color and it will look even prettier.
The dainty eyelet design of this maxi dress will look especially pretty with an ice-dyed, watercolor design.
This cotton smocked top is begging to be dyed. For best results, use a crumple technique and keep bound for at least 12 hours.
Puff sleeves are another fashion trend making it big in 2020, which means this dress is the ultimate blank for your dyeing adventures.
This retro silhouette will look even better when layered with dye. Where the top is skin-tight, the skirt is beautifully twirl-worthy.
xx, The FabFitFun Team