July 14, 2014

TWO WAYS TO WEAR A GRAPHIC TEE














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outfit 1:
j.crew tee (sold out, similar here, also loving this one, this one, and this one)

outfit 2:
j.crew tee

Graphic tee's are definitely one of my favorite summer staples. They're the best for dressing up and dressing down, and better yet they can be worn in all seasons. These are two ways that I wear them in the summer,  dressed up and down -- with boyfriend jeans and sandals for a day of errands or playing with my kids, or dressed up with a patterned pencil skirt and heels for date night. Pairing it with a gingham midi skirt like I did here is also so summery and chic. But during the fall and winter, they're also a great piece to just throw on and go. I'll be pairing mine with my leather leggings (or coated denim), under a jacket or vest, or with boots and leggings. The options are endless! 

click the images below to shop some of my favorite graphic tees around the web!



23 comments:

  1. Love both of these looks - you styled them perfectly! That printed skirt is too fun & I love the leopard sandals :)

    www.pennypincherfashion.com

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  2. Obsessed with both of these looks! Loving the hat with the casual look and that skirt is amazing--so versatile too!

    Www.aslolife.com

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  3. Both outfits are so great but the 2nd one is outstanding!

    http://lartoffashion.blogspot.com

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  4. Great styling on both and I love this skirt.


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    PinkSole

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  5. I LOVE both looks! You have the most incredible style!

    The Style Storm
    <3, Christina

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  6. I love the graphic tee with jeans. Most times I feel like I'm too old to pull off the graphic tee but you look flawless!

    mommaofthreeblog.blogspot.com

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    1. It's all about the right ones! Many graphic tees are way too juvenile for a mom, but there are lots out there that are totally appropriate and keep our outfits young and fun ;)

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  7. I just want to steal both of these looks right off you! But that would be mean...and indecent.

    ~Sarah of Sarah's Real Life

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  8. You put together 2 classic and stylish outfits! Those flat sandals are amazing!
    xo
    Jamie
    http://SnapGinger.com

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  9. I usually tuck my tees into skirts, but I love that you tied yours. Super super cute.

    Kristina does the Internets

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  10. I love both of these looks!

    Leanne @ Leanne-Marie ​ x​​

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  11. By knotting your shirt like that did it stretch out? Or did it go back to normal after the wash?

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    1. It went right back to normal after washing and drying it :)

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  12. I love both of these looks! I have this shirt and I usually wear it dressed down- will have to try it with a pencil skirt soon! PS You look gorgeous ;)
    -Rach
    www.lamariposablog.com

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  13. I love when graphic tees are dressed up! It is so refreshing.
    Blessings,
    Katie
    www.loveiswhyiwake.blogspot.com

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  14. I love how you put the graphic tee with a pencil skirt!

    Haley
    haleyvalerie.com

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  15. I absolutely LOVE both ways that you styled this tee, especially with the printed pencil skirt! Such a fun pairing! Also loving your nail polish colors here & how much they pop!

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  16. Oh my gosh both of these looks are STUNNING! You have such great style, awesome post today girl! XO, D

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  17. Just wondering, did you size up on this shirt, or get your regular size? Thanks!

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  18. That skirt is perfection. Are the necklace and bracelet a set?

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    1. No, they're separate. But the necklace does come with a pair of oversized (faux) diamond studs that are gorgeous!

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  19. I absolutely love this style. I wish I could pull it off!

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