3 WAYS TO STYLE A WHITE “TEE”

Everyone needs a simple White-T in their closet. Because, why not? White T’s are an easy go to and they are so easily styled. I wanted to share three ways I usually wear a simple White-T.

  1. PAIR IT WITH JEANS:

A simple look that can still be chic is a white-T paired with jeans. I think we’ve all worn this outfit, and keep going back to it. Pairing these two items together always turns out perfect, for a casual day (like if you’re running errands or getting drinks with your girls), and you can chic-it-up depending how style it. I love to add accessories like sunglasses and some hoops. And if you want to glam it a little bit, a pair of heels can do the trick.

JEANS AND SHOES: LEGIT

2. PAIR IT WITH A (CUTE PLAID) SKIRT:

Plaid skirts have recently come back into style, and there’s a major trend around them right now. So I obviously had to update my closet by adding another one. I haven’t worn this skirt out yet, but pairing it with a white-T seems like a good idea (I’ve worn it with other skirts though). Again, how you accessorize the look is up to you. I’m a sandals girl, but to make this look a bit more edgy, you can also pair it with some sneakers.

SKIRT: MR.PRICE ~ SHOES: SUPERBALIST

3. PAIR IT WITH SHORTS

(PS: It go a bit dark so the lighting changed, that’s why these pictures are a bit darker than the rest.)

So summer is around the corner, although it already feels like it. This heat though… I am not one to wear shorts too often, because I feel Like I look better in skirts. But everyone need some shorts for the season. And I would wear this pairing when I’m just having a chill day, not doing anything special. Maybe just heading out to or quickly running to the store.

SHORTS: EDGARS ~ SHOES: COTTON ON

So those are the three common ways I wear a simple white T.

xx VAL

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