Dressed for: Winter Tie Dye

Already Pretty outfit featuring tie dye dress, underbust harness, black ankle boots, black leather handbag

Dress – courtesy Karen Kane
Underbust harness belt – Audra Jean
Leggings – Hue (no longer available) – similar look
Ankle boots – Kork Ease (no longer available) – similar
Bag – Elliott Lucca Sola via eBay
Earrings – Patinasimilar look

Like many kids, I grew up making rainbow tie dye shirts at summer camp, and associated them with youth. And eventually Deadheads. But now I totally dig black tie dye prints, and this one is no exception. Kinda looks like BADASS SNOW. Or maybe polluted snow. OK, let’s step off that train of thought …

My poor sparkly leggings have now been worn and washed so many times that they’re somewhere between leggings and tights. I’ve ordered the pair I linked to above – these high-waisted ones – and am hoping they’ll have the same subtle sparkle. My cotton leggings just get pilly and gross after a couple of years of wear, but these seem to be getting gradually thinner. Eventually, I guess, they will BECOME tights. A most unexpected transformation.

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3 Responses to “Dressed for: Winter Tie Dye”

  1. Sam M

    Wow, I never noticed the tattoo on the back of your neck–gorgeous! And I love that dress. Then again, my partner works at a tie-dye shop in our small college town, so maybe I’m just partial to tie-dye in general. 🙂

  2. Celynne

    That dress is gorgeous, the tie dye in black on white is nice step away from the usual rainbow vomit (of which I’m also fond, gotta admit) that tie dyed stuff tends to come as. Also loving that harness, I’ve been drooling over them ever since first hearing about them and you just rock it.

  3. Kinsey

    Ahhhh memories of tie dying shirts as a kid are flooding back! I think it might be the one print that I don’t own as an adult!