When it feels summer, cottons are the style spotlight. Not only the texture but also the type of print sets the mood of our experience for the day. To define the sense of personal style in quality cottons, Tie-n-Dye is the most popular and preferred.
Tie-n-dye is one such schema in which you don't really need to make efforts to wear it, minimal accessorizing will just do it. Its bright and popping colors are ubiquitous and is the most easiest to DIY; try some interesting geometric shapes or just dip dye for half and halfs. We believe it to be a very simple style, yet urbane. It stands out in itself and can be worn for any occasion be it brunch or a dinner date.
Hemal wore it with crochet shorts and a shimmer rope belt clinging to the waist
On Hemal: Top, Mango (bangkok) | Shorts, Bangkok | Belt, Promod| Shoes, Zara| Handcuff, Blur