Fallin’ for Tie-Dye | September Stylish Monday

Tie Dye is having a moment y’all. Like a big one. The current craze for tie-dye started this spring when we were all locked up and feeling loungey and lazy. Some of us were being crafty and making our own tie-dye creations, while the rest of us were scooping up everything tie-dye we could find on Amazon – from loungewear to kimonos – you name it, the groovy print is the queen of everything this year! This swirly, colorful trend is continuing on into the fall, so my Stylish Monday sisters and I decided to feature it in this month’s link-up party. Read on to see how we styled our tie-dye for fall.

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My Tie-Dye Looks

Most of the looks featured in this post are from boutiques and small shops. I think it’s so important right now to shop and support our small businesses, don’t you? They are absolutely essential! Scroll down for a few shopping links where you can find similar tie-dye looks.

Tie-Dye Dress/Tunic

I styled this adorable tie-dye dress from Umgee as a dress with my favorite Converse leopard print sneakers. Then, I thought it would be fun to style the dress as a tunic with jeans. I played with it a bit, and when I knotted it on the side it became a tunic! I love to play with my clothes, don’t you? You just never know the options available in your closet! The orange and blue shades are perfect for fall, and will work nicely with other pieces in my fall wardrobe.

Olive Green/Gray Tie-Dye Kimono

I’ve worn this kimono several times and showed it off on Instagram. Olive is one of those quintessential fall colors for me now. It’s a perfect neutral and plays well with so many colors in the wardrobe. In the first look, I styled it with a graphic tee from Tee for the Soul – my go-to shop for graphic tees. In the second, I styled it with a simple olive green slub tee from Chico’s and white jeans (yes, you CAN wear white after Labor Day, just don’t tell Mama!).

Brightly Colored Tie-Dye Kimono

Tie-Dye Duster & graphic Tee Outfit

This beautiful kimono features shades of dark pink, teal, and mustard yellow. Though you wouldn’t think that color palette would work for fall, it does in the tie-dyed world! I styled it with my Denizen ankle jeans along with another cute graphic tee from Tee for the Soul, so I’m sure it will transition nicely into the fall. I am absolutely in love with it, and can’t wait to style it with other tops in my closet – I have tons of graphic tees in a variety of shades that will really play well with this darling duster length kimono. It’s that longer length I love that always works well with my pear shape. Read more about styling a pear shape HERE and HERE.


Stylish Monday Looks

And now I’d love to share the looks my Stylish Monday sisters are styling this month. We welcome a new sister to the group this month! Woot! Since I’ve been a fan of Shelbee’s blog for quite a while now, and am absolutely thrilled that she’s joined our collaboration! Be sure to click through to her blog – I know you’ll be as big a fan as I am.

Shelbee and Nancy

Please click through these links to read more from Shelbee and Nancy: Shelbee – Shelbee on the Edge | Nancy –  Nancy’s Fashion Style

Nicole and Julie

You can visit Nicole and Julie on their blogs here: Nicole – High Latitude Style | Julie – Fashion Trends and Friends

Ada and Emma

You can join Ada and Emma on their blogs by clicking here: Ada – Elegance and Mommyhood | Emma – Style Splash


Shop Tie-Dye Fashions Here:

I did a little shopping around and found some fashionable tie-dye pieces that will be perfect for your fall wardrobe. Check it out here!

Missing from this month’s line-up is one of my all-time favorite bloggers, and very sweet Stylish Monday sister, Suzanne Bell of Ask Suzanne Bell. Please keep her, and countless others who are literally in the line of fire out in California and Oregon in your prayers. We miss you Suzanne, and look forward to you joining us again next month!

Now it’s your turn to link up with us and join in the fun. Drop your link and share your blog posts with my readers. And please visit all the fabulous bloggers who are part of this link-up party. Sisters supporting sisters is what it’s all about y’all! Can’t wait to see what you have going on this month! And remember…Choose Joy!

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12 thoughts on “Fallin’ for Tie-Dye | September Stylish Monday

  1. Andy, I am so honored to join you all for the first time this month! And what a fun theme. I am dying over all of your fabulous tie dye pieces, but the bright kimono is absolutely the best! I need one like that! You look amazing in all of it!

    Shelbee
    http://www.shelbeeontheedge.com

    1. Oh girl! We are thrilled you’ve joined us! Yeah…I’m a little obsessed with the long kimono/duster. I love the longer length that covers my multitude of sins! Thanks!

  2. Great post. Love how you introduced the various hostesses. You have a lot of tie-dye pieces! The tunic dress is my favorite, but all the looks are great. Love the colors and girly cut of the tunic.

  3. I’ve seen the explosion of tie-die this year, and I’ve been very impressed that it looks nothing like the splotchy tshirts I made years ago in girl scout camp! I haven’t purchased any, but your post has me considering the possibilities!

  4. At 69 I’ve been through the tie dye craze a few times! I originally loved the bright colors but now I prefer the more subtle tones. Your olive green shirt with the grey tie dye kimono is a stunner!

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