A style trend that has emerged during this lockdown is the 70s hippie trend of tie-dye, with tie-dye t-shirts, sweatshirts, pants and even masks being a lockdown staple. This is a great way to reuse your old clothes and be sustainable. You can even tie-dye your home decor, like some old cushion covers, table cloths, and even curtains.It is a fun activity to try out with your partner, kids or even with your friends via video chats.
You can give a makeover to your old, worn, torn clothes with natural dyes at home. Natural dyes can be found right in your kitchen, in the form of spices, veggies and fruits. Turmeric, avocado, beetroot, onions, and coffee are some of the many food items that you can use to add colour to your boring whites. There are many YouTube videos on how to naturally dye your clothes, we’ve listed a few down below.