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Get The Look :: Dress Up Your {tie} Dye

Growing up, if you had told me that I'd be back into tie-dye I wouldn't have believed you for a second. But, thanks to the whole shibori trend, I'm totally digging on many of this print in many ways. However, as a city girl, what I'm really loving are the pieces that you can actually dress up...

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Throwing on a flowy tie-dye dress is a no brainer. Dressing it up for the city? A totally different thing. I was super inspired by these chic ladies to discover the perfect way to elevate what's normally a fabric reserved for festivals...

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Step one - finding the dress. This one is perfect - it's form fitting so that automatically takes things up a notch. For casual days? Add some fancier accessories - a headwrap, a hat, and loads of bejeweled bangles and earrings. Easy. Taking it into the city? Try this...

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A simple blazer, fedora, and heels, and you're set. Let's be honest, half the time all it takes to make a look more city-ready is to pile on some great accessories, and put in a bit more effort. A little lipstick and a high heel can go a long way...

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1. black fedora // 2. black blazer // 3. tie dye dress // 4. earrings // 5. necklace // 6. black perforated bag // 7. white sandals

Even if your dress is of the more flowing variety, adding your more everyday accessories (maybe with a mild nod to summer and tropics) is going to take that dress right off the beach and right onto the sidewalk.

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images :: harper's bazaar // unknown // refinery29

credits :: photography sunshine charlie // styling by le curate