5 Ways You Should Be Styling a Graphic Tee

More Keta
by More Keta

After getting back from my trip to Las Vegas, I knew I had to share with you guys a way to style this ‘I be Trippin’’ graph t-shirt. There are so many fun ways to style a graphic tee, so if you’re looking to spice up your closet with a few, stay tuned!

Style a graphic tee

Slap on a skirt 

The first way I styled this tee was with a strapped midi skirt. I chose a tight skirt, making this the perfect outfit for a night out! I styled it with some strappy sandals, to really commit to that flirty feel and added a small clutch purse.

Graphic tee style

Bring on the blazer 

This next look is for those people looking to insert some creativity into their business attire. I love the way this black and white pantsuit matches the graphic tee. To finish the look I added on some clear heels and a small purse. Personally, I think it came together really well! 

Graphic tee styling

Just add jeans 

Adding jeans is simple, easy, and super comfortable. Personally, I love high waisted jeans but you can pair the tee with anything you feel comfortable in. I also added a pair of gorgeous nude heels, a brown belt, and one of my favorite accessories - a hat. 

Easy ways to style a graphic tee

Dress it up 

One of my favorite things to do is to match a casual piece with a dressy piece. Here, I grabbed a black sequined skirt - one with a sexy, high, slit - paired it with some heels, and matched it to the graphic tee. I also added a sparkly clutch! 

Casual graphic tee styling

Style up some sweats 

The last look really embraces the graphic tee’s natural habitat! I paired the shirt with a really cute (albeit old) pair of Walmart joggers. Simply add a pair of white sneakers and a cute cap. Grab a casual bag and you’re set! 

How to style a graphic tee

I hope you guys enjoyed my five ways to style a graphic tee. I love to show how versatile clothing can be. Even pieces that are traditionally casual can certainly be dressed up and vice versa! 

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