By Matthew Galea
Surprise surprise, psychedelic swag is no longer on the wouldn't-be-caught-dead-in-this list as all the cool kids are dying to get their hands on these out of sight threads.
The laid back trend first gained popularity in the late 60s through legendary rock stars like Janis Joplin whom graced the Woodstock stage in an array of colours and swirls.
Musicians of today have channeled the festival gear of their predecessors, including Rita Ora who rocked a tie dye blazer and pant combo at House of Holland.
Disney girl gone bad, Vanessa Hudgens, also embraced the trend at Coachella with a two slit skirt in aqua tie dye and a head wrap scarf in amethyst tie-dye.
Tie-dye is probably the most DIY trend in fashion history. If you're skilled enough, you can make your own unique tie-dye piece or take the lazy way out and grab one from any leading retailer that has picked up on the unisex trend in their latest collections, including Topman and General Pants Co.
Get in touch with your inner love child and tie-dye it up. Peace out.