Trend Report: Graphic Tees

I don’t know about you guys, but for some reason, I love a good graphic tee on those really low key and running errands days.  Although, from time to time, the boy in me comes out strong and I will wear my graphic tee for a night on the town!  I love a good graphic tee because they make a statement, but are simple and comfortable.  I love pairing mine with jeans or shorts and will often layer them with blazers.


Graphic tees are extremely versatile in that they can be dressed up or dressed down.  I have seen them worn like I prefer to wear them as described above or with dresses or skirts.  Either way, I think they both are a chic way to incorporate this easy trend.  Many people believe that t-shirts are frumpy and grungy, but that is certainly not the case for contemporary fashion.  The key to wearing graphic tees and t-shirts in general, is to get one that fits great and pair it with other items that will enhance it.  Another note on fit: this includes whether you are a crew cut, v-neck, or boat-neck person.  I personally look great in v-necks compared to crew necks or boat-necks.  If you have an ample bust, like myself, a v-neck would be the perfect fit for you as well.


Once you get your fit and cut, look for the perfect statement or graphic that screams your personality! The below collage shows some of my faves.


“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.”  – Edith Wharton



Rebecca Minkoff, $58/ Billabong, $25 / Abercrombie Fitch, $24 / Old Navy, $23 / Forever 21 (left bottom), $15/ Forever 21 (right bottom), $16

2 Responses

  1. Nice post, Venus! I am slowly but surely getting on the “graphic tee” band wagon. Please bear with me lol I have a gold sequin skirt that I would love to pair with a graphic tee, heels and a clutch. It would be for a night out or dinner date. The pics in your collage are super fabulous. Keep up the incredible posts!

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