3 Ways to Style Graphic Tees
A few months back, we released Graphic Tees as a product for men. But, after some number-crunching, meditation, chip eating, guru consultations, and many naps, we realized that these things would look totally great on women as well. So we hit the town with a few models, tees, and poses, to create some inspirational shots that show you how ladies are making graphic tees a product that defies categorization.
1. Cuffed sleeves and paired with leggings
Shorten the sleeve length by cuffing the sleeve. And with a slightly longer length, these shirts go perfectly with a nice pair of leggings. Throw on some sunglasses and grab your favorite bag, and you can easily transition from bed to the closest coffee shop.
2. Knotted with dangly earrings
With a shirt as fabulously florescent as “Chronological Order” by Eric Petersen, you don’t need to do too much styling. Keeping it simple with minimal accessories is ideal. We stuck with just a pair of complimentary colored earrings. By knotting the bottom of the tee you can create a cropped silhouette that looks great with high-waisted jeans.
3. Cardigan paired with a skirt and knee high socks
Solid colored sweaters go perfectly with the all-over printed front panel of the graphic tee. The skirt and knee high socks are a classic combination to help pull the whole look together.