Tie dye sweater times tie dye shorts times tie dye headband equals tie dye cubed. Style, but make it math!
the tie dye sweater
I bought the Loveshackfancy Naveen sweater (last worn here) this past spring during the ShopBop sale. Made of a non-itchy blend of alpaca, acrylic, and wool blend, I appreciate that it is not of polyester fiber. The side buttons at the hem are one of my favorite design features of the sweater.
Even though I suspected it would run big, I still ordered it in a size extra large.. I prefer a slouchy sweater to a fitted one. As someone topping six feet in height, I am especially appreciative of the the length in both the torso and the sleeves. I did not want to have to deal with returning it from Kazakhstan and lucky for me, it is a closet winner.
A heads up: this sweater is on sale via nearly every stockist. I linked it via every e-tailer I could find; all you have to do is find your size in the most economical option.
the tie dye shorts
A new brand to the Lucindervention blog, Dannijo was founded in 2008 by sisters Danielle and Jodie. I bought this Dannijo tie dye set (last worn here) via the ShopBop sale. While several sizes have sold out, the shorts are still available via several retailers, linked below. In addition to the shorts, a cropped sweatshirt, matching tee shirt and standard length sweatshirt are also available. Full candor: I wish I had found and purchased the standard length sweatshirt prior to buying the more cropped version.
While there isn’t a drawstring waist, it is elastic. I am wearing a size large, as I wanted to have room to be able to throw it into the dryer.
sweater: Loveshackfancy (also here, here, here, here, here, and here) // shorts: Dannijo (also here) // headband (sold as a set with a matching button on mask): Lele Sadoughi // earrings: Alison Lou x Loveshackfancy // water bottle: Glacce (also here and here)