Want to know How to Style a Graphic Tee? These 9 options will help you stretch your wardrobe and get a ton of use of of that basic item we all own!
One of my big goals this year is to get more use out of items I already own. In fact, if I can't think of at least 3 ways to wear something……..I'm not buying it. I'm inspired to build a great wardrobe for my pear shaped body that I can get a ton of use out of centered around simple staple pieces. And the first one? A graphic tee. I mean, we all own them right? These ideas for how to style a graphic tee will take you from dressed up girls night outs to disneyland outfits and casual playdates.
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How to Style a Graphic Tee: 9 Options
Skinny Jeans and a tee: the most obvious options when you're looking for how to style a graphic tee? jeans, a tee shirt and converse (this may be my favorite of all my converse outfits).
Pencil Skirt and booties: pair your tee with a simple pencil skirt and booties…..in cooler weather, add a moto jacket.
Wide leg jeans: looking for a trendier take on the graphic tee and jeans? Pair your tee with wide leg jeans and wedge sneakers.
Colored Skirt and wedges: want to dress up a tee? pair it with a great colored skirt, wedge sandals and some fun statement earrings.
Joggers: want a simple, casual look? Graphic tee, joggers and sneakers. Perfect for playdates and days at home.
Leopard Jacket and heels: looking for a way to dress up a graphic tee? Add a trendy leopard jacket and red heels. Instant date night look.
Overalls and wedge sneakers: overalls are still super on trend…..pair them with a great graphic tee and wedge sneakers (check out this post for my favorite overalls for women with curves).
Work wear: want to wear a graphic tee to work? Pair your graphic tee with black pants, heels and a blazer. Instant work attire with edge.
Weekend wear: looking for a casual way to wear that tee? Pair your shirt with shorts and flat sandals.
What do you think? Did these ideas for how to style a graphic tee give you inspiration for how to get more use out of something you already own in your wardrobe?