Red Graphic Tee 4 Ways

Red Graphic Tee 4 Ways

As you might know by now, I run an Etsy shop that sells screen printed goods, primarily t-shirts. And I thought it’d be fun today to show a few different ways that a bold graphic tee from my shop could be worn. So, this is the shirt:

Phoenix Tee

A simple scoopneck tee, in bright red, with my phoenix design in black. I made a duplicate of this one for myself, and have been wearing it different ways for about a year. Here are some that I have photographic proof of, all appropriate for the hot Texas weather we have 90% of the year:

Look #1

With a shorter patterned skirt, tucked and belted. Top with a blazer to dress it up that tad more and add a pop of a contrasting color.
(see full look here)

Look #1
 

Look #2

Super casual, with regular blue jeans (skinny or bootcut, I’ve done both). Easy and comfortable. Nothing too revolutionary about this, just a good ol’ jeans & tee combo.

Look #2
 

Look #3

With a maxi skirt or over a maxi dress for effortless boho-ish layers. Loose hair and interesting accessories add to the effect.

Look #3

Look #4

With bold patterned jeans to match the bold design on the shirt. Add pops of an accent color in the accessories and shoes if possible.

Look #4
 

For colder weather, add some boots over the skinny jeans, and a cardigan here or there, or layer over a longer-sleeved tee.

How would you wear this shirt?

Linking up with The Pleated Poppy, Transatlantic Blonde, Kiwi Womens Style, Style Elixir, Because Shanna Said So, Glamamom, Lena B Actually, and Two Thirty-Five Designs.
 

16 comments

  1. Oh my gosh, so gorgeous! I’d pair this shirt with my favorite flare legged pants, some cute red sneakers (if I had a pair!) and black accessories such as a corded bracelet. Kind of a 1970s Camp Counselor look! I love all of your outfits and that shirt is stunning. 🙂

  2. Love the shirt and that maxi skirt is freakin’ awesome… Why can people pull of skinny jeans so great, like you? So, I have a secret “loath” for them because I can’t pull them off. (wink) All four looks, beautimous!

    1. Aw, thank you! I didn’t initially think I could pull off skinny jeans either, because the shape was just so different. But then I found a pair that fit perfectly, and I’ve been hooked ever since! Maybe you just need to find your perfect pair. 🙂