Spring Style: John Elliott Tie Dye Tee + Shopbop March Sale

John Elliott zip up sweatshirt

Spring is in the air in Seattle, and I’m ready for longer, warmer days and to put away my winter wardrobe. The Shopbop March sale could not have come at a better time — it’s live from now until Monday, 3/9. Use the code: SPRING to get up to 25% off full-priced items! See my favorite spring picks at the bottom of this post.

Nike Blazer sneakers
John Elliott tie dye tee shirt top
Louis Vuitton Virgil Abloh bag
Spring manicure nail art
John Elliott spring sweatshirt tee
John Elliott tie dye tee
shearling faux fur bucket hat

On me: John Elliott tie dye tee (c/o) and zip hoodie, Agolde “Jamie” jeans, StyleNanda shearling bucket hat (similarshop more bucket hats), Louis Vuitton soft trunk bag, Nike Blazer sneakers, 3CE “Needful” lip tint

On him: Kith x Ksubi denim jacket, John Elliott Villain hoodie and jeans, Nike x Sacai Blazer sneakers

For spring, I’m excited about sporting color! I know…who am I? I usually wear neutrals, but I’m into pastels and neons lately. I love the return of tie dye, captured subtly in this John Elliott reconstructed tie dye tee — each piece is cut, sewn, and dyed in Los Angeles of 100% recycled cotton (all their clothes are made in LA and denim made in Japan). The tee is soft, cozy, and luxurious, and the muted tie dye makes it easier to venture into color. My husband has been a fan of John Elliott and worn their sweatshirts, tees, sweatpants, and jeans for years, and I’ve just been borrowing his pieces but now I’m eyeing everything from the John Elliott women’s line!

Shop more of my John Elliott picks below as well as sale items or new arrivals at Shopbop that are on sale, including a lot of pastels, neon, and tie dye!

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3 Comments

  1. Lisa Autumn
    March 3, 2020 / 12:53 am

    Oh I love this shirt so much! Looks so fun!

    Lisa | lisaautumn.com

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