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Let’s Get Graphic

I used to associate graphic tees with my late-middle school, early-high school days. That’s when graphic tees consisted of band shirts, screen-printed movie posters, and adolescent quotes and sayings.

As with most trends, I’m glad that graphic tees went away for a bit, and now they are back more stylish and chic as ever. And, with the endless possibilities of how to style them – under a blazer, with a maxi skirt, etc. – graphic tees can be versatile pieces in your wardrobe.

Graphic tee: Old Navy
Leopard belt: Old Navy
 Two-tone flats: Apt. 9, Kohl’s
Graphic tee: Old Navy
Faux leather skirt: LC Lauren Conrad for Kohl’s
Navy quilted purse: Forever 21
Burgundy tights: Forever 21

I picked up both these graphics from Old Navy during their Labor Day sale, and while I anxiously await their arrival, I’ve been giving it a lot of thought as to how I might style them. Both these outfits scream fall to me, with the combination of red and leopard to faux leather details and a mix of burgundy and navy accessories. Both looks have the versatility to be worn day or night, and I look forward to recreating both in the coming months.

Are you a fan of graphic tees? How do you style them?