Four Ways to Style Graphic Tees, for brunch to business.
Every style has its shining season and graphic tees are having their moment! Everywhere you look, women and girls of all ages - from trendy tweens to stylish mid-thirties babes, to the aging like fine wine queens - graphic tees know no age limit and the styling possibilities are endless. Let's break down four ways to style graphic tees!
Way #1 Graphic Tee + Biker Shorts
As Spring weather begins to near (or at least we hope), it's time to dig out the warm weather gear, which includes your favorite shorts. You can either find me in cutoff jean shorts or a pair of bikers on any day with a temp over 65. I LOVE shorts. And one of the trendiest, and coolest ways to style biker shorts is with an oversized graphic tee. The tee not only hides the rear, but the baggy fit makes your legs and bottom half appear thinner, and hey, after a cold winter of eating and hibernating, we're not mad about it!
Option #2 Graphic Tee + Skirt
Whether you're headed to the farmer's market with your boo or to brunch with the girls, the playful combo of a graphic tee with a mini or midi skirt is a look you can't go wrong with. It's a slightly more elevated outfit, a step up from the short and shirt combo we just discussed, but still lends itself to a casual, laid back feel. Finish this fun and flirty ensemble off with a crisp and clean pair of white sneakers!
Idea #3 Graphic Tee, Jeans + Blazer
If you are a nine to five girl and work in a business-casual setting or office, this outfit option was made for you! The graphic tee adds the perfect touch of edge and personality to a great blazer, like this long-line striped number, and a figure flattering pair of dark gray denim. Sure you could stick with a simple black or white layering tee, but why do that when a graphic tee brings a little flare while still remaining polished and poised. Because who said business casual has to be boring, right? Complete the look with a pointed-toe mule or loafer and then switch into a sleek pair of pumps or heeled sandals for post-work happy hour!
Version #4 Graphic Tee, Leggings + Flannel
This might be the most quintessential outfit of choice by most of the basic women across the land, but you know what... for good reason! Ideally we want to live in our old ratty sweats and hoodies, but since looking homeless isn't socially or publicly acceptable in most places, a good legging and flannel combo is the next best, most comfiest, option! I'll never tire of this look because you can swap out each piece to create multiple versions of this outfit. Plus your choice of shoes can either keep it casual, say if you went with tennis shoes, or it can be taken up a notch if you opt for booties.
So tell me girls, out of the four style ideas above, what is your favorite outfit of choice?!