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Graphic tees are great, right? They can be dressy or casual and styled in multiple ways. Not to mention there’s usually a tee for everyone, whether you’re going for chic or witty. Huge fan! I wanted to put together different looks for different occasions to show you the versatility of graphic tees.
3 Knockout Graphic Tee Combos
1. graphic tee + denim skirt + blazer + boots
Do you have a knockout piece like this blazer to take any outfit up a notch? The casualness of the graphic tee helps to keep this outfit grounded while knotting it in front adds some playfulness.
hat | glasses | blazer | graphic tee | denim skirt (Target, similar here) | boots (old, similar)
2. graphic tee + plaid pants + sneakers + sunglasses
Here’s business casual in a new way. Plaid pants are all profesh, while the red sneakers say fun! And why not have some super retro sunglasses to finish off the look?
glasses | graphic tee | pants (tjmaxx, similar here) | sneakers (Rue21, dupe of these)
3. graphic tee + jeans + camel coat + accessories
Not your run of the mill “everyday look”, but definitely stylish with all the trappings! Sometimes more is more so go ahead and accessorize and add pops of color for a truly knockout combo.
glasses | beret (similar here) | graphic tee | jeans (old, similar here) | boots (Rue21, similar here) | coat
Sidenote, what are your thoughts on skinny sunglasses? So many times I see something and think I hate it…then a couple months later I’m wearing it haha. I’ve learned to just give myself an open mind about things I don’t like because chances are I’ll be trying it out later. I really like the red pop of these glasses but not 100% sure about the shape. Some photos I think I look pretty dope and some photos I give off scary matrix vibes haha. Idk. Jury is still out on that one.
But anyways, a little announcement here…the graphic tees styled in this post are mine!! If you’re on my newsletter you were the first to know (you can sign up here), but of course, I have to tell you about it here too! P.S- I’m going to be doing a fun little contest on my Instagram soon surrounding the t-shirts so make sure you’re following along!
Recently I’ve become an Amazon merch seller where I design t-shirts and sell them via their website. A while ago I was at the mall looking for cute french graphic tees and I stumbled into Forever21. I thought I found some cute french ones until I translated them and they said something stupid like “I love boys” or something. Um hello. I’m a married woman with a kid. I’m not going to wear that! Plus I’m not 16 haha.
The idea snowballed from there and I found myself creating my own chic and French-inspired graphic tees. Then I thought, “Hey! I say a lot of dumb stuff that someone else might think is funny, why not put that on a tee?” Then the ideas just started flooding in and I created shops for everything!
I’d love for you to go check them out! There’s something for everyone. Click on a store below to start!
But no matter where you get your graphic tees, I think we can all agree that they’re pretty fun, right??
As always, thank you so much for reading and for your support!
**Just to let you in on some of the behind the scenes…I think up and design the actual tee, but Amazon does the printing, shipping, and customer service. This is great because when you’re already shopping on Amazon getting your other items, you can just throw a tee in your shopping cart. Easy peasy! 🙂
Q: What is the material made out of?
A: The product section on the Amazon page gives more info because it depends on what color you get, but they’re pretty soft to me. Not jersey material soft, but more like a smooth tee!
Q: How does it fit?
A: I’d say it’s a loose fitted tee. It’s not boxy, nor skintight either. It’s more fitted around the top and looser on the bottom. Perfect for knotting or tucking in. For reference, I’m wearing a small in these pics (besides the “chic chic chic”, where I sized up).
Q: Does it last?
A: I don’t actually make the shirts so it’s hard to tell you the process and materials they do/use, but I wouldn’t tell you anything without trying it first! I’ve washed and dried mine a couple of times and you can’t tell (FYI-there is a slight chemical smell that goes away once washed).
Let me know if there are any questions that I missed!