Converse is dropping a new tie-dye iteration that’s perfect for your next festival
Get ready to dance the weekend away in this range of pastel kicks.
Just when we thought we couldn't love Converse sneakers any more, the brand goes ahead and announces a line of technicolor tie-dye designs. The retro prints are the perfect addition to a festival outfit and are absolutely guaranteed to put some groove in our step.
The latest capsule collection sees four new candy-coloured iterations of the Chuck 70 silhouette. Arriving in peachy pink, indigo, melon green and vanilla colourways, the sneakers are a statement look and we would like a pair in every colour, thanks.
Far from being the way-out tie-dye designs of the past, these Converse sneakers have more of a watercoloured aesthetic that breaks up the monochromatic looks with splashes of white.
Adding to the dreamy look, each pair of Chucks comes with matching dyed laces and glossy toe caps rather than the usual rubber versions. The collection includes both low and high-top iterations, making it easy to grab your favourite design and dance the festivities away in a kaleidoscope of colours and happiness.
From flared jeans to long satin slips, we've seen a bunch of 70s styles make a comeback recently, making this latest range of tie-dye sneakers right on-trend.
When and where can you shop the collection?
While there's no word yet on an Australian release date, the new Converse tie-dye range has already dropped in the US. Hopefully this means we won't have to wait long for them to become available from usual stockists like Platypus Shoes and THE ICONIC.
The colourful kicks are currently retailing for US$82-$85, putting the new designs within the usual Converse price range. While we eagerly await for them to land on Australian shores, we've gone ahead and found the best stores to shop for festival outfits as well as a whole bunch of hot festival outfit ideas to help you get the rest of your look sorted.
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