I love a good graphic tee as much as the next girl, but sometimes, they portray a message that just isn’t “me.” For instance, I’m not into classic rock music, so I’d feel like an imposter if I were to walk around in a Rolling Stones t-shirt. I also love those Brunette The Label hair colour tees, but they don’t work for me either. I have many friends who would be able to pull off those trippy shirts, but I don’t think I would be able to. Saying that, I haven’t tried, so I might be completely wrong. After all, sometimes I’m a brunette and sometimes I’m a blonde. I just can’t commit!
You know what I am proud to wear on a graphic tee? Pizza, coffee, champagne and/or ice cream. So, you can imagine that when I saw this graphic tee, I just had to have it. And guess what? It’s on sale now. You’re welcome! 😉
Graphic tee’s have been around for years now, but if you’re not sure how to pull one off, I have a few tips for you to keep in mind.
Graphic tee style tips for Summer:
- Only wear a graphic that feels like “you”.
- If you can’t find any you like, you could always create your own with the help of somewhere like MeowPrint TShirt Printing.
- Tuck part of your t-shirt into the front of your shorts to give off that effortlessly stylish blogger vibe.
- Make the outfit your own via cute accessories.
- Stick with a t-shirt colour that you’re comfortable with. That way, it will work with what you already have in your closet. (ex: I love neutrals, so grey works a lot better for me than red or bright blue)
- Wear running shoes or flats for a casual, sporty look. In my opinion, it can look like you’re trying to hard if you wear heels with a graphic tee.
FYI to any Toronto-based fashion bloggers who are reading this post and recognize that these photos were taken at Evergreen Brickworks: You technically need a permit to shoot at the Brickworks, so our little photoshoot was cut short when we were asked to show our permit. I believe a permit will cost around $250…so we didn’t have one. We did have a lot of fun playing with light and playing up the moody vibe…but we’ll have to go elsewhere to recreate this type of shoot.