How to Tie Dye Socks in 14 Unique Ways
A traditional dyeing technique has now emerged as a mammoth fashion trend with everything right from T-shirts, bags, headbands to socks soaked in a rainbow of colors. Now that the winter chills have set in, you can lend a variety of designs to the old, stained, or faded socks lying in the wardrobe for months applying the simple art of tie dyeing. Some enthralling tie dye options are waiting below to infuse a new life into your socks.
Avail the tie dye kit from a store and keep a pair of old white socks ready to splatter your favorite colors.
Lavishly dipped in various hues of red, yellow, and orange, the old socks look vibrant and colorful. Pick a new pair each day to complement your attire.
Are you worried about the black and brown blotches on the socks? Grab some bottles of tie dye, soak the leg warmers, and give a good wash for the final finish.
The swirl stripe pattern on the socks has a super-stylish appeal apt for pairing with a chic pink dress.
Another pair of socks stroked with eye-popping colors that look nothing less than stunning.
Speckled with an array of attractive colors, you feel warm, cozy, and trendy sporting the socks.
Learn this easy technique of tie dyeing and take your dull pair of knee-high socks to a new height.
The interesting tie-dye craft is a cakewalk without getting messy as here you will be using colored markers for variegating the socks. The rest will be done by the rubbing alcohol.
Counteract the dreary, white winters with a pop of color on your feet.
Again the markers and cotton socks but, this time, the patterns are unique with a playful appearance.
The green streaks brushed on the knee high socks go well with a pair of red sneakers.
The brilliant blue socks are extremely dashing making you want to go shoe-less all through the winter.
Tie dye fashionistas no longer have to hunt for their favorite pair of leg warmers at the shops as the art of turning old socks into brand new ones has been explained in these 14 tutorials. The patterns are not just restricted to this collection. You can mix them all up and create something really unique to astonish your friends.
Published on December 22nd 2015 by Michelle Anderson