Tie-Dye Swim and Who's Doing it Right

The swim trend that will be getting us through 2020
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Trends come and go but tie-dye is forever. Is it flooding your Instagram feed right now? Ours too. Influencers have been seen tie-dying Hanes sweat suits for a custom quarantine look, while mamas are taking advantage of this for a DIY activity with the kids. We are not here to suggest you start experimenting with your treasured white bikini, so we will direct you to the SI Swimsuit approved tie-dye.

Frankies Bikinis are are go to for new trends, quality, comfort and fit. Basically everything you can look for in a swimwear line. The variety of cuts with varying degrees of tie-dye means theres something here for everyone.

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Image courtesy of Frankies Bikinis 

L Space has a collection of subtle and tasteful tie-dyes. We are swooning over this high waisted bottoms and detailed top. 

Image courtesy of L Space

Image courtesy of L Space

Bond-Eye Australia has the perfect classic tie-dye with a sporty cut and stretchy fit.

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Image courtesy of Bond-Eye Australia 

Blue Life has this great option for those who want a little more. This classic fit and lace detailing provides just the right amount of sexy and trendy. 

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Image courtesy of Blue Life 

Shop WeWoreWhat has launched this new collection which is not exactly tie-dye, but it's super cool-girl and close enough. These prints are perfect for anyone who wants to stay outside the mainstream trend. 

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Image courtesy of Shop WeWoreWhat 

Triangl is another of our go-to brands at SI Swimsuit. We love their unique fabrics and diverse cuts. This tie-dye is subtle with a hint of iridescence.

Image courtesy of Triangl 

Image courtesy of Triangl 

Beach Riot is a favorite for fit and femininity. While this doesn't quite classify as tie-dye, but  ombre, we love it for a trend variation. 

Image courtesy of Beach Riot 

Image courtesy of Beach Riot