DIY Summer Fashion
Here are a few projects to inspire.
This could be our favorite (and easiest) project to date. More importantly, these cha-cha ready dip-dyed tassel earrings are about to be on everyone’s radar.
Adding a scarf to an outfit can make it look and feel brand new. We dyed a few white scarves with our favorite shibori technique and colors to prove this point.
With our ice dyeing technique, you can create beautiful watercolor effects that you won’t find on any store-bought garment. All you need is powder dye, ice and an item to dye.
Give a simple white skirt or dress a whole new look using our shibori dyeing technique. The pattern adds just the right amount of color and style while still maintaining a timeless look.
Everyone loves a good shibori pattern in the summer. Tunics are a staple festival fashion item. So, we felt pairing a tunic with a shibori print was a must. If a tunic isn’t readily available, an oversized t-shirt will work equally as well.
Neons are very on-trend right now. It spreads a unique vibe that basically tells the world – I am here to have fun. But, finding the color you desire in a dress you want can be tricky. That’s why we took matters into our own hands with this beautiful bohemian dress from Free People. It used to be blue, but we were able to remove it’s color with Rit Color Remover and then dye it with our new Neon Yellow dye!