In these uncertain times, there’s one person on whom we can rely for some super chic, and on-trend style – Olivia Culpo.
The model knows how to brighten any day with her positive attitude, high-end style and athleisure outfits.
As someone who is used to working from home, I didn’t realise WFH outfit inspo could be so strong as it is with Olivia.
Mindy Kaling has also shown us that there’s no need to shy away from colour while we’re sitting at home with nowhere to go.
Olivia wore a seriously cute tie-dye hoodie and leggings from Ralph & Russo’s Spring 2020 collection.
It’s almost hard to believe that this set is from the British luxurywear brand, as they’ve created wedding dresses, party gowns and red carpet looks (with a strong presence at this years Vanity Fair Oscar party), which we’ve seen on everyone from supermodels, A-list actresses and royalty.
Yet in saying that, it looks like the luxe set came at just the right time.
And Olivia isn’t the only one who is all over this tie-dye trend.
Alessandra Ambrosio was spotted wearing the Baja East sunset tie dye sweat suit while running errands with boyfriend Nicolo Oddi this weekend.
Ashley Tisdale called all East High Wildcats to join her in the perfect quarantine-motto-turned-dance-move on Tik Tok when she revived /High School Musical’s’ final number “We’re All in This Together,” wearing a matching Max Roux tie-dye set.
She captioned the post, “If you need to work out while on #selfquarantine try this,” she encouraged her 12 million Instagram followers. “Hopefully this will brighten your day a little!”
Judging from Jordyn Woods’ Instagram page, tie-dye crop tops, bikinis, tracksuits, joggers and dresses have become something of a quarantine wardrobe for the influencer.
On YouTube you can find a lot of DIY tie-dye videos where influencers have been repurposed/upcycling their athleisure pieces, which I plan to try having exercised most of my Netflix watch list.
I just hope my tie-dye experimentation goes better than my failed protein pancakes which ended up in the bin.
Credit: Vogue.com & Instagram
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