Elevating your graphic T

Hello Hello!!  Wearing a graphic tee out on the weekend, seems a little out of the box.  I honestly did not expect to wear this out for a big night going to get drinks but I kind of just ended up with it.  I went to happy hour came home and a friend texted me asking if I wanted to go get dinner and drinks.  I didn’t want to wear my business casual clothes out because I wanted to be more comfortable.  Since I thought it was going to be a really chill night I just went with a graphic t.

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I love my graphic Ts, my family buys them for because they usually have funny sayings or are about my hometown, Milwaukee.  I wish I had more opportunities to wear them.  Usually my Tees are delegated to wearing around my apartment or to bed.  This graphic Tee is great, it features a cartoon Bernie Brewer pointing with the quote “you look like I need a beer” below it, too funny.

Anyway since I thought I was in for a chill night hanging out with 1 or 2 friends, I decided to wear it.  I had no real plans of meeting new people, I could just laugh about the quote on the shirt with my friends.  I tucked the tee into a pair of black skinny jeans, paired with some heeled booties.  Tucking the shirt in elevates the look, instead of it looking like you are lazy wearing a t-shirt, it looks intentional to make a statement.  Adding the heels and sparkly necklace tops off the look as a chill going out outfit.

Now in reality the night was way longer then a few drinks with 1 or 2 friends, but we went out and I met a ton of people.  At this point I had already decided I was going to own the look and had a good time.  A lot of people I met appreciated it.  I was really comfortable.  I didn’t have to worry about my boobs being out or anything, I just got to have fun.  I’d recommend doing this with a tee, if you are confident and can own it go for it.  I will do something like this again, I am thinking of tucking the T into a fancy skirt as the next look.

Let me know your thoughts

Later!

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