3 ways to wear a graphic tee

Graphic tees are a tricky trend. I didn’t much care for ’90s fashion even during its heyday. So, the ’90s revival is a bit of a challenge for me, sartorially speaking. If you, like me, are having a hard time figuring out this “new” fashion movement, maybe the styled outfits below will help. Keep reading to find out where to buy the pieces!

how to wear a graphic tee

I’m actually a pretty big Star Wars fan, so naturally I chose a Star Wars graphic tee for this feature. This particular one can be found at Target.

Look 1: Edgy, modern and youthful – this outfit is for the girl who likes to have fun with fashion. The metallic clutch and lucite bangle are nods to the fantastical elements of the Saga. [Mason Martin Margiela clutch – La Garçonne; Helmut Lang faux-leather shorts – FarFetch; Clear cuff – Alexis Bittar; Converse Chuck Taylor high-tops – Net-A-Porter]

Look 2: Just because you’re a young professional doesn’t mean you can’t have fun with the fashion trends [or movies] of your childhood. Try pairing a graphic tee with a prim & proper pencil skirt. Throw on a statement necklace and simple, modern heel and your Vadar-esque boss will be jealous of your casual-chic look. [Silver chain collar – BaubleBar; Floral print pencil skirt – Zara; Ankle strap sandals – Zara]

Look 3: This is more of a lunch/coffee/shopping look. Of course, it’s definitely office appropriate as well and could easily transition from day to night by swapping the loafers for heels. To me this outfit reads sexy, sophisticated nerd with whit and charm but maybe I’m getting carried away. I think Man Repeller would approve, anyway. [Osman check brocade trousers – Matches; Nixon Kensington leather watch – Piperlime; River Island loafers – ASOS]


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