How to style a graphic t-shirt – part 1…

t-shirt Asos similar here and here / pencil skirt H&M similar here and here / wedges Asos Design / laser cut handbag Hallhuber sold out similar here and here / red blazer Zara sold out similar here and here / headband Primark similar here and here

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Hi guys,

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I have been loving a good graphic tee lately more than any other and I got quite the collection over winter time. So I wanted to share some of my favorites differently styled over here on the blog starting with this white shirt including the oh so famous “J´adore” print.

I enjoy wearing a graphic shirt with a blazer, it has become somewhat of a uniform for me over the last months. For today´s outfit I styled the graphic shirt with a red blazer jacket and a nice washed denim skirt. Since the t-shirt is a little long and has an oversized fit I decided to not it in the front. Knotting or tucking your shirt in creates a different effect for different styles you want to pull off.

I decided to knot it this time cause it had the right length and it gave me all the cool vibes with the blazer. Setting contrasts is big in fashion so playing with it never hurts. The shoes I am wearing are my number one favorites but you might have seen that already in all of the other outfit posts I shared wearing the exact same pair.

Hopefully this day is going by quick cause I am soooo tired and I also am looking forward to my nail salon appointment tomorrow. Just don´t know yet what color to choose but I think I might go with red. Haven´t gotten a bright red on my nails in a while so that would be nice again. But who knows. I always get so distracted by all the different colors and choose a total different one in the end.

As always thanks for stopping by. Take care. See you.

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