How To Rock A Graphic Tee

Let’s face it; a tee shirt and jeans is just…well…meh.   But with all the focus on graphic tees right now, you may have been wanting to dig into the back of your closet for some of those old concert tees…. Lord help us!

Better yet, grab a new tee that represents your lifestyle.  The trendiest tees tell the world what you are about.  Are you a mom?  Do you love Jesus?  Are you a badass?  Your tees should make you say, “hell yeah!”  I’m a huge fan of a new one we just received that says, “My husband has a freakin’ awesome wife.  True Story.”  I don’t know about you, but my husband needs reminding of this simple fact every now and then.  Then there’s the sweet, “Always stay humble and kind.”  I’ll wear that one after my husband has taken the hint!  And, once he’s read this blog post there will be a “Bad Moon Rising” in our house!  But that is okay, “I put the She in Shenanigans,” right? Oh gosh, I just crack myself up! BTW, just click on the links to see the tees I’m talking about!

Once you have found your perfect tee that represents you, take your style up a notch by pairing it with a kimono or midi cardigan.  Don’t be afraid to mix a printed kimono with a printed tee.  The rule of thumb is to make sure that both the tee and the kimono have the same colors.  When you do this, they will look amazing together.  Take a look at the pictures at the top of this blog post for an example of what I mean.

Now add your favorite ankle jean and gladiator sandal, and you will have a dressed up casual outfit to die for.  And, you’ll be styling some of the latest trends while still announcing to the world that you are uniquely you!  For some ideas on tees and kimonos to style together, check out our tee and kimono collection on our website!

Happy pairing!

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