7 Ways to Embrace Tie-Dye This Spring

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Though we just put another Coachella weekend down in the books, tie-dye, a music festival fashion mainstay, isn't just for hippie dippy pieces. This spring, the trend was seen all over the runways in new ways. Case in point: the breezy plunging dress with high slit at Altuzarra (seen above). The inherently cool pattern is also an easy way to inject color into your look, and lends a free-spirited sensibility to any ensemble. Ahead, 7 tie-dye pieces you can wear beyond a concert this spring.

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Proenza Schouler Top

Proenza Schouler Top
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This jersey tee is cool enough to take you to the beach and cocktails.

$290; netaporter.com

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Altuzarra Skirt

Altuzarra Skirt
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Make this pretty skirt a key piece in your wardrobe this season.

$1,160; matchesfashion.com

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Valentino Dress

Valentino Dress
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This dress is ultra sophisticated, thanks to its neutral hues.

$3,600; farfetch.com

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French Connection Jeans

French Connection Jeans
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These jeans with tie-dyed hems will make you want to give your regular baby blues a break.

$158; frenchconnection.com

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Zara Dress

Zara Dress
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This easy dress can be layered with a tee for cooler nights.

$70; zara.com

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Mango Skirt

Mango Skirt
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Pair a white tee with this breezy summer skirt.

$80; mango.com

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Balmain Jeans

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Go bold with these fun pants.

$629 (originally $2,095); theoutnet.com

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