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5 ways to wear a Graphic Tee | Celebrity Style
If there is any piece of apparel that I can trust, even on days when I am down and not really interested in spending several minutes on putting together the right outfit, it has to be a graphic tee. You can never go wrong with them. While a cool graphic tee and a pair of distressed denims happens to be the favorite go-to outfit of most individuals, this humble tee can do a lot more. We give you five ways in which you can wear a graphic tee this summer and look your stylish best at every occasion.
Graphic tee + skirt
Who said skirts are only fit for chic blousons and shirts? Wear your favorite skirt in any color with a fun graphic tee (maybe with a cool slogan) and get set for a fun day out with your gal pals. Opt for a pair of flatforms for a more casual look or ankle strap heels for a fun afternoon. Light make up, loose wavy hair, a watch with some arm candy (bracelets) and voila! You are ready to rock.
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Graphic tee + shorts
Its summer, alright! And who doesn’t love hitting the beach or hanging around in a pair of shorts in fun colors. Shorts, flip flops, a quirky knapsack, and of course, graphic tee with funky prints and we have got the perfect outfit. You can also swap the flip flop for loafers, flatforms in metallic finish or even funky sneakers like the ones at Vans or Nike. Oh, and don’t forget your sun block and a fun pair of reflective Lennon mirror glasses or wayfarers.
Graphic tee + overalls (dungarees)
For those who love to dress up differently! I heart this combination. A pair of denim overalls (full, shorts or skirt) looks fantastic with a graphic tee, giving you a more relaxed vibe. Let your hair loose (or just tie up in to a messy bun), pick your favorite Ray Ban aviators and finish your look with a pair of kicks. Wear it to a movie date or a music concert, topped with oodles of attitude and confidence. Oh, and to add some drama, maybe leave one side of your side overall buttons open.
Graphic tee + blazer
Hands down one of my favorite looks! Blazers are not just meant to look boring with sophisticated shirts and simple tees. A colorful blazer and the right graphic tee is the perfect formula for a cool outfit, which is perfect for a variety of occasions – ranging from a meeting, lunch with friends, event or even a dinner date. While I love pairing ripped jeans with this combination, you can also try wearing it with a pencil skirt or even denim shorts. Sneaker heels or even a pair of pumps are enough to complete this look. Nude lips and loose hair are enough to add some charm.
Graphic tee + boyfriend jeans
Everybody loves this combination, right? There are days when you can’t find any outfit and bam! The graphic tee and boyfriend jeans combination comes to your rescue. The chilled out vibe of this outfit is what makes it a winner. Stepping out under the hot sun in the afternoon? Tie up your hair in a bun, wear your sunnies, wear the most comfortable kicks and taper your jeans for a relaxed look. You can also opt to tie a plaid shirt (raid your boyfriend’s wardrobe) around your waist. Going out for a movie with friends at night? Wear a long cardigan over the outfit, give your hair some soft curls, wear a chunky watch and replace the kicks with a pair of metallic loafers. Finish off the look with a bright lip color.
One graphic tee, so much versatility! Who would have thought, right? It’s all about experimenting with what you have already got in your wardrobe. Still wanna step out and buy these fun tees? Some of our favorite brands available in India that stock up on fab graphic tees include – Forever 21, Mango, Zara, Chimp Wear, Lifestyle, FCUK, Pantaloons and Ed Hardy among others. There is also H&M, which at the moment, is still on its way to India.
So, how are you styling your graphic tee today? Share with us on Twitter at @priyaadivarekar