In order to flaunt a well-rounded bikini drawer, there are a few classic styles that must be present: a little black bikini, something stringy, a bandeau, and, if your use of the word “classic” is as lenient as ours, a tie-dye bikini. Hear me out: Whereas tie-dye used to live only in our summer camp memories, the kitschy swirl pattern has since become a wardrobe staple on the fashion scene, with luxury brands like Collina Strada, Paco Rabanne, R13, and Prada all sending grown-up iterations of the print down the runway the past few fashion seasons. The last three months have particularly seen a spike as our newfound affinity for at-home tie-dyeing continues to grow during this quarantine. And since the weather’s finally starting to warm up, taking our beloved tie-dye sweatsuits off the table, we’re turning to swimwear to get our fix of fashion’s favorite print.
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