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Fashionista NOW: The Shibori Tie Dye Kaftan Dress For Your Summer Festival OOTD

The Shibori Tie Dye Kaftan Dress For Your Summer Festival OOTD

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Are you on a hunt for the perfect breezy festival dress? This one is so versatile you can wear it three ways!

Whether you love tie dye or not it doesn’t matter because you will fall in love with the Shibori kaftan dress made by GiveGrowLiveShibori as it is super breezy, flowy and a stunner – the stuff that makes up the dream of the bohemian fashion lover.

Tie dye prints can be bold in a mix of various colors but the Shibori mini festival dress designed and created by the passionate surface designer, Leslie Butler has that delightful restrained in its use of color, making sure that only one color is used (per dress) so that you get a monochromatic gradient type of effect that is so highly wearable for those a bit color-shy.

The dress can be worn as a dress, yes, on its own with tall boots and gladiator sandals. You can also utilize it as a beach or pool cover-up as it is so light and breezy, it will go over your bandeaus and bikinis. And, you can also wear it as a tunic top. The choice is up to you.

The tie dye dresses are available in plus-size as well so ladies of all sizes can shout hooray! I am choosing to show you three highlights from her collection of flowy dresses and they’re in purple, rust brown and teal. Enjoy!


Rust Brown Shibori Mini Kaftan Dress


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Teal Shibori Mini Kaftan Dress


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Purple Shibori Mini Kaftan Dress


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Are you ready to slip into these magical floaty tie dye frocks? Which is your favorite? Share below – I’d love to know!

For more Shibori tie dye clothing (they have crop tops, pareos and sarongs and pants too!), don’t forget to follow and show GiveGrowLiveShibori some real love!

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