Tie-dye t-shirts are no longer associated only with Jamaica and rastaman. Leading fashion houses, led by Stella McCartney and Proenza Schouler, went crazy about them.
Although original and juicy colors also appeared, purple and blue pastels have taken the top in this topic.
However, you do not have to reach for designer products that are overvalued. Just look for a great item that comes in a nice fitting.
BTW, you can make one of your own tie-dyes in a few steps. All it takes is an old t-shirt, a few dyes, some baking soda, a string, and a little imagination. Fun guaranteed!