It’s been 2 months since we fell into quarantine and it’s safe to say, I’ve forgotten how to do all the things. Seriously, it’s as if being confined to our home has put my body into survival mode, and my mind has chosen only the essential things to remember. Like a computer that’s been wiped clean after being infected with a virus (bad analogy, but you get the gist 😉). I realized the full severity of my selective memory, as I attempted to put three pieces of clothing together (that didn’t include elastic) to look “halfway decent” for Mother’s Day. After back to back failed attempts, I just gave up and threw on an old over-sized button down over top my “quarantine leggings” and called it a day.Continue reading
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I don’t always wear t-shirts, but when I do, they’re graphic 😉 There’s just something about a cute tee with a catchy slogan or holiday theme, that makes me whip out my wallet faster than you can say “mom uniform.” It doesn’t help matters when your friend happens to own a custom t-shirt and embroidery shop, Landstaylor Designs, and taunts you with cute new styles on their FB page everyday. It’s ok girl, I’m not mad atcha 😉 As far as all the others I’ve acquired over the years? Most are a from a mix of Zara, Anthropologie, Banana Republic, or H&M and I’ve learned just how versatile they can be in your wardrobe. From layering over a dress, tucking into a pair of high-waisted jeans, or just throwing over a pair of leggings and adding a hat – I’m all about this look.
Check out a video I just shot where I style each of my favorite ways to wear a graphic tee, and head on over to my IGTV channel to see more weekly styling videos!
Styling Video: Multiple Ways to Style a Graphic Tee