|American Eagle Denim Jacket (current season) size XXS | Gap Boyfriend Shorts size 24P | Stuart Weitzman Gladiator Sandals (also here) size 6.5|
If fashion is a form of self-expression, graphic tees speak unequivocally. (That is why I dither when shopping for printed pieces.) The last novelty t-shirt (novel-tee?) I bought (circa early 2015) was oversized, gray, and featured a lone Batman Minion—the only thing I bought on a trip to Taiwan that was unexpectedly extended. I wore that shirt (as intended, as a dress, as a skirt, and once draped like a cape) every other day for about two weeks until the trip ended.
|BLANKNYC Faux Leather Jacket | Gap 1969 Always Skinny Jeans size 00P| Kate Spade Emerson Place Mini Vivenna (sold out) | Sam Edelman Petty Booties (also here and here) size 7|
Graphic tees are especially suitable for a wardrobe like
mine, overflowing with solid colors and textures. They add visual and
topical interest to otherwise bland outfits. For this post, I am sharing
three looks: one for early morning explorations, one for afternoon
outings, and one for dressier evening engagements.
The whimsical design aside, what I really like about the graphic tee that I am wearing in this post is that it is soft and has a scoop neckline, which can easily be worn off-the-shoulder and also looks great with costume jewelry pieces.
|ASOS Peplum Waist Skirt (past season) | Chanel Westminster Flap | Hermes Reversible Belt | Ann Taylor Amaya Peeptoe Shooties (past season)|