Dip-dye is a trend that seems to refuse to take a backseat by reinventing itself each year so that it always appears fresh and accessible.
Dip dyed hair has become popular, but, if you don’t quite fancy that, no fear – you can just about find dip dye items in every aspect of fashion and design – even food!
In the latest collection Tootsa MacGinty has featured some dip dye delights for children … the Fort Greene fade in striking coral or periwinkle blue makes the classic fisherman?s cable knit jumpers bang on trend. Made from a quality, easy care soft cotton this is perfect for girls and boys to wear when the winds are blowing on the beach or in the park.
And we love these 10 items that take on the trend with colourful results – we’ve even included one for the hair (number 7), if you’re feeling brave!
1 Ercol Love Seat from Nest / 2 Scholten & Baijings Hand Blown Glass Shade / 3 Mr Printables Changing Skies Gradient Paper / 4 Studio DIY Confetti Dipped Balloons / 5 Hay Minimal Collection Bed Linen / 6 Dip Dye Nail Art Inspiration / 7 Bleach London Awkward Peach Non Permanent Hair Colour / 8 Dip Dye DIY Marshmallows / 9 Nike Pre Montreal Racer Fade Trainer / 10 Leif Shop Fluoro Fringe Throw
And, if you fancy a little DIY dip dye (try saying that 3 times fast), then here are three great tutorials:
posted by Lisa Dwyer Hogg