It’s one of a kind – when you make something from Japanese indigo dyed shibori denim. Indigo is a natural dye that has been used since ancient times. The vibrant color creates fascinating patterns on the shibori denim. Shibori is not just tie dye, but a broader term for resist dyeing techniques which originated from Japan.
Outfits with indigo dyed shibori denim feel instantly unique. This is because even with the same cut and design, the manually dyed patterns will never look the same.
Style your shibori denim with some whites for a fresh look. And then set the tone with a statement accessory like a handbag or a hat. For a more polished office look, wear heeled shoes under the cropped pants to make your legs look longer.
About the Look
Tie Dye Jeans: Levi’s Made & Crafted (100% cotton; Japanese denim; true to Levi’s size guide)
Linen Shirt: Zara Join Life (available in other colors; 100% European grown linen; true to size)
Leather Handbag: Hanaa-fu (Japanese brand; convertible; bought at Kinokuniya New York)
Hat: No name brand (100% paper; bought in China; also worn in this outfit)
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