Tie Dye Singlet
Tie Dye Singlet – to 9XL – Cool & Groovy
Had enough of Black, Grey and Navy – Here’s what you’ve been looking for
100% Cotton and just 150GSM – very light weight and ready for the Aussie Summer
A colourful essential Singlet for unconventional style.
The tie-dye process infuses each garment with unique colour. Please allow for slight colour variation.
****Allow 7-10 days for Despatch****
Sizing – these singlets are built for the US market and are sized a little differently
Machine wash cold. Inside out with like colours. Only non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry low. Do not iron (Who irons a Singlet, Mate?)
The Fashion News from HuffPost
Tie-dye turned up on a number of runways for spring 2019, as well as a few for fall 2019, leading us to believe it’s not going anywhere for a while. At Proenza Schouler, models wore oversized button-ups in pastel tie-dye tones, while at R13, the trend was presented in all its rainbow bright glory, complete with Grateful Dead logos.
Despite what you might think about tie-dye, it’s actually quite versatile, since it comes in a number of color combinations, patterns and intensities. Much of the tie-dye we saw on recent runways was more muted or monochromatic than the typical tie-dye we’ve all grown accustomed to. At Prada, for instance, the tie-dye that appeared on dresses and skirts looked more like an abstract pattern than those terrible hippie costumes you can buy at Party City.
If you’re more of a “dip your toes into a trend” type of person, we’d say the easiest way to pull off tie-dye is to start with smaller items like socks, shoes or a T-shirt, while keeping everything else pretty basic. A tie-dye T-shirt can easily pair with jeans, neutral trousers or a skirt. You can also go for the reverse, pairing tie-dye bottoms ― one notch bolder than a T-shirt ― with something simple on top.