TIE AND DYE WILL NOT DIE!

How to wear the biggest spring trend of 2020

Tie and dye is back…actually it didn’t go anywhere. It was just cozying up underneath a razai just like the rest of us during the seemingly never-ending winter season! There is no shak that tie and dye is one of the edgiest and most eye catching of trends. Florals are as pretty as a picture – sure, they’re great; but sometimes your wardrobe needs a way out of the floral fatigue and needs just a little extra something.

We bring you….drumroll….TIE and DYE!  Summer camp, arts and crafts and pure, unadulterated fun – this print reminds us of it all! And we have a lot of it in store for you! Our tie and dye mixed with various other elements is bohemian but tailored, edgy but crisp and super nostalgic!


Inspired from tie and dye, this digital printed top features an amalgamation of sweet summer florals like wild sunflower, delicate pansy and poppy on a base of a vibrant tie and dye print!

Get our Ocean Flora top for PKR 1498 only exclusively online.

 

Shop from our Tie & Dye inspired Collection online now.

 

Our fun Rangoli silk top features a tie and dye base reminiscent of the 70s with flared sleeves and embroidery details.

Shop it now for Rs.6,898/- online Now!

 

There’s no better way to welcome spring! Get it for Rs.6,898/- now.

Or

Shop this multicoloured- tie and dye inspired shirt for Rs.4,498/- online!

 

For a more desi take, get this Chunri top – Chunri is another kind of tie dye textile decorated by plucking the fabric into tiny bindings that form a figurative design.

Get it Front- Open shirt for Rs.2698/- online today!

 

Or

Chunri printed top features subtle gota details on a deluxe lawn base yoke, paired with printed shalwar.

Shop this 2-Pc for Rs.4 298/-in stores and online.

 

 

More of a DIY kinda gal? No worries! With our easy to follow steps, you can up cycle any and all old dupattas to coordinate with your fresh spring wardrobe! Simply follow the steps below to get your unique tie and dye dupatta!

STEP 1- WASH

Soak your dupatta in a balti and add salt and washing liquid.  Rinse out the dupatta until its damp. Roughly tie the dupatta with rubber bands

 

STEP 2- DYE

You can easily make tie dye paint with fabric paint and water. Simply combine 1 cup of water with 3 tbsp of fabric paint in a spray bottle and shake it to make a smooth mixture. Start adding dye to the dupatta in sections. Experiment with different colours and try not to mix them!

STEP 3- DRY

Store our dupatta in a sealed bag overnight. Then leave in the sun to dry.

Voila! Your customised tie and dye dupatta is ready!

Excited to try out this epic spring trend? Let us know how you will be testing it out in the comments below!

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