Tie-dying giant white tees in your childhood driveway was basically a right of passage. And while the groovy trend is back in action for spring, it's a bit more sophisticated than the DIY projects of our youth. The key to keeping tie-dye looking more 2019 and less 1989 is all in the silhouette. Think: dresses, pants, skirts and polished tops rather than oversize T-shirts. Here are six styles that bring back all the nostalgia (and none of the cringe-worthy memories).
This Is the 2019 Way to Do Tie-Dye
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