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L’espoir de ma vie is a blog written by a duo national (French and English) freelance journalist and blogger named Jo. This blog gives you a glimpse of her lifestyle and passion for fashion and styling.

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Dip Dye Into a new world

                      

                         Top-Rihanna at RiverIsland,Chinos-H&M,Belt-Missguided(*),                                
                                  Bag-Dixi, Shoes-Urban Oufitters, Bracelet & Ring-New Look.

001)    Following up from my ombré inspired blog post , I thought I would show you guys how you can merge to unsual prints such as the ombré 'dip dye' trend with a festival favourite trend , which is tie dye.


002)     For this outfit I wore my Rihanna tie dye crop top with my dip dyed oriental printed chinos as the top gave a grunge twist to my bohemian inspired look. Also I liked how both the different prints coordinated together , as the tie dye shade matched the colours within my chinos design. Accessory wise I kept it minimal by wearing my studded clutch and skull waist belt, as it helped define my waist and gave a rock chick twist to the boho Jasmine esc outfit. Shoes wise I wore my sandal loafers as  the green , pink and green detail within the shoes went with the colour scheme of my look.






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