Story Behind Our Tie Dye Pieces

Who doesn't love the transformative nature of dyeing: taking something you’ve had and giving it a second life? We always want to make sure that no product goes to waste, so when we had some organic hemp fabric leftover, we decided to give it new life with our signature tequila sunrise tie-dye.

The best thing about this range is the way the organic hemp takes to dye so well, resulting in beautiful and vibrant colours. The hemp has been softened with tie dye, making the fabric softer. It's a win-win situation.


Tie dye originated in ancient China, where it was used to dye silk fabrics. Eventually, the technique made its way to Japan, which was used to create patterns on kimonos.

The first tie-dyeing method that we're familiar with today was developed in India in the 6th century. This method involved tying small bundles of cloth together before dipping them in dye.


The tie-dyeing technique eventually spread to other parts of the world, including Africa and Europe. In the United States, tie-dye became popular in the 1960s as a symbol of the counterculture movement.

Our top 3 looks from the new tie-dye range

 1.  Tie-dye merino skivvy under the Organic Linen Tie-dye top.

Whilst it's still chilly, layering tie-dye ontop of tis-dye is a great way to make a statement without feeling the cold. Our merino skivvies are perfect for layering. Our mernio is premium quality from New Zealand certified ZQ Merino - the highest rating for organic, ethical and sustainable farming.



2. Woven tee with pleated shorts.

Double the print, double the fun. This outfit is for the playful fashionistas out there who are unafraid of making a statement. The organic hemp blend fabric is light and airy, perfect for summer days. can be dressed up as a finished playsuit look or worn more casually with a pair of sandals.

Great for balmy nights and days spent in the sun.


3, The organic linen Sunday Dress

This one's a timeless classic. The organic linen shirt dress can be worn on its own as a relaxed summer dress or styled with a pair of jeans for a more put-together look. The sweet heart neck line is fattering on all body shapes. This shape looks great worn with larger earrings.


Our new tie-dye range is perfect for summer. With organic hemp fabric, vibrant colours and a range of styles, there's something for everyone. Whether you're a fan of the classic tequila sunrise or you prefer something a little more understated, we've got you covered.


If you are keen to repurpose a piece that already exists in your wardobe, check out our DIY Tie-dye blog post here.

Have fun and get creative with your fashion!