Dyed eggs produce some of the most spectacular colors, making the seasonal palette a natural fit for girls dresses.
Clockwise from top left: Floral Print Dress, Stella McCartney Kids | Airlie Beach Colorblock Dress, Tea Collection | Judy Dress, Bella Bliss | Camelia Dark Blue Dress, Paade Mode | Yellow Rollerboot Print Dress, Little Marc Jacobs | Leonie Dress (Silver Lurex Stripes), Louis Louise
With pops of color and bits of sparkle, these brightly tissue-paper dyed eggs are definitely a shout-out to spring styles that can easily transition into summer. Floral, color-blocking and layers help amplify the robust range of these Easter egg colors.
Dyed Egg Source: Hello, Wonderful
Clockwise from top left: Blue Broderie Anglaise Tiered Dress, Billieblush | Blue and White Stripe Sleeveless Dress with Bow Detail, Il Gufo | Alexandra Dress (Check Gold Lurex), Louis Louise | T-Shirt Dress Ocean/Denim, FUB | Larna Dress Multi Colour Girls, Hummel | Blue Denise Toddler Dress, Makie
We all know and love that lovely robin egg blue, made popular by Tiffany & Co., but I’ve found some new favorites in these natural dyed eggs. The shades of blue and marbling are gorgeous! And I’ve found some beautiful dresses to match. Who knew these blue shades would come from cooking red cabbage?
Dyed Egg Source: Sweet Paul
Clockwise from top left: Multi Spot Tiered Skirt Dress, No Added Sugar | White and Floral Woven Party Dress, Joules | Multi Spot Asymmetric Skirt Dress, No Added Sugar | Palm Flutter Dress, Tea Collection
Tie dye doesn’t always need to look like a psychedelic summer of love. The technique was meant to create interesting and colorful patterns where dye is saturated in some areas, lighter in others, forms spirals and create layers of color. Inspired by vibrant tie-dyed Easter eggs, these dresses represent an updated style to the 1960s classic.
Dyed Egg Source: One Little Project
Do you think you’ll try one of these egg dye recipes?