Wearing natural dyes doesn’t have to mean donning the gauzy hippie skirts of the ‘60s or drowning in the oversized raver tees of the ‘90s. If you love a good tie-dye, you’ll be happy to hear that current takes on this retro trend abound, allowing you to explore free-spirit fashions with modern flair.
If you want to start out with something a bit more understated than a full-on, rainbow frock, you can simply sport eyewear featuring nods to natural dyes, like the fashion-forward specs from Peepers. Here are a couple of dye-pattern frames that are sure to tickle your fun-loving fancy.
If your current glasses are the stuff of nightmares, it’s time to drift into Dream Weaver frames in bold blue and tortoise or smoky gray tortoise and green. Eyes are framed in the classic elegance of tortoise while temples are dressed in alluring patterns inspired by Japanese Shibori textile dyes. If you want to take boho chic into the realm of high fashion, Dream Weaver ups the ante on sophisticated styling with frames that will elevate the look of any outfit with a nod to antique dye patterns of yesteryear.
As a bonus, these glasses offer UV360 sun protection to keep your eyes healthy, distortion-free lenses to ensure clear vision, and dual anti-scratch coating to prevent damage and ensure longevity. Softly curved and light as air, these are the glasses you’ve been dreaming of.
Pump up the nostalgia with striking Flashback frames in blue or pink tie-dye. The first thing people will notice about your new eyewear is the bright, semi-translucent crystal base that frames your eyes in bold blue or pink. Then there are the tie-dye temples in matching hues, adding unique and dazzling pattern to your pop of color.
Rectangular frames are lightweight and comfortable, ensuring hassle-free, everyday wear. UV360 sun protection means you can wear them just as easily at your favorite summer music festival as you do at the office or on the go.
If you’re looking to add a little fun to your wardrobe before the end of summer or just in time for fall, trendy retro revivals like Dream Weaver and Flashback are just the ticket, thanks to chic modern updates to natural dye patterns.