So you don’t need me to tell you how to wear a t-shirt. The basic science behind it is that you get your arms through the smaller holes on the sides and the head through the medium one on the top. Buttttt I do love styling t-shirts to make completely new outfits and I thought I’d share with you guys some pretty cute options to rocking your (preferably #AnaSteinbergDesigns) tees (but whatever you’re free to live your own life). Without further ado, here are some of my favourite ways of wearing a cute graphic tee.
All black errytin
On days in which you don’t want to think a whole lot, an all black outfit will always be a go-to. A black shirt with embroidery will make any outfit come together (and look pu together) and add a little touch of pizzazz. Pair black pants and a black shirt with cute sandals, heels, or flats depending on how much you wanna dress it up or how casual you’d like to keep it. Now spend the rest of the day sitting against a cute wall and wait for compliments. Hand in chin really demonstrates you're ready to be praised.
Date night delight
Dress up a tee with a pleated midi skirt and heels. You’ll create a dreamy ensemble that will dress down a fancy skirt and heels combo, but elevate the look of a classic tshirt. Perfect for date night, a flowy skirt will make you want to twirl, and the right shirt will keep it cute and sassy. Blush goes particularly well with white tees, and metallic skirts look amazing with a dark tee and a leather jacket. Dos: dancing and making out. Don’ts: ridding a bike – it will ruin your skirt.
Don’t say no to kimono
Kimonos are one of my absolutely favourite ways of pairing tees. It’s a great way of adding a pop of colour and patterns to a simple outfit. Whether it’s warmer and you’d like to pair it up with shorts or a skirt, or with jeans or tights in a colder day, kimonos go well with nearly everything! For an extra pop of drama, go for a long kimono (rather than one that only hits you mid thigh or waist-length). Give yourself the joy of walking around and feeling the breeze as it blows your kimono away and think to yourself damn, I’m fab.
Long story short
This outfit is the definition of wishful thinking for us up north right now. Though I do hope the weather will one day be this bright and warm again, there’s nothing left to do but wait and hope I’ll be able to pull out my shorts soon enough. A simple mix of jean cutouts, a tee and sunnies is the perfect combination for a chill summer day. Jean shorts are a total must when pairing tees, and gray tees have something about them that just work extremely well in both simple and chic outfits. Whether you’d like to keep it casual or a little more rock, adding a pair of jeans or black shorts will do the trick.
TBH classics are classics for a reason, and nothing beats a white tee and jeans combo. A graphic tee takes it up a notch and adds a little something to a plain, clean outfit. Boyfriend jeans and ripped light jeans are huge YESes for these combos. To spice it up a bit, add cute pair of heels and kill it in the, I-woke-up-like-this game. Keep it easy on the accessories and hair for a totally relaxed look.
No hassle and tassels
Tassel earrings, amongst many other statement accessories, give me freaking life. I could probably just walk around in these if it wasn’t because I also really love clothes. They’re so fun, so colouful, and I just get so much joy out of them. It may be the Latinness in me but I love big, loud pieces that make me feel like it’s carnival every. single. daaaay. Anyhow, an ode to accessories will come soon – but, in the meantime, let’s talk about pairing it with a black tee. Our parrot shirt goes particularly well with these mustard pieces, adding even more fun to an already magical tee. Pair a graphic tee with some statement accessories to really make their colours pop. Try to find colours to compliment a colour already present in the tee or find bright colourful ones to contrast black and white tees.
See you soon chickies.