6 ways to style a graphic tee for summer

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they say imitation is the highest form of flattery. if that’s the case, natalie should feel very flattered these days because i’m pretty sure that as soon as she purchases something new, it’s only a matter of time before i’m also putting it into my online cart. case in point, this tee. it’s from anine bing, my current girl crush and style muse. when i ordered it using a super old gift card from bloomingdales (spoiler alert: this tee is definitely more monies than i would ever spend on a t-shirt, but like i said, gift card), i immediately got a notification that it was back-ordered until further notice. two and a half months later, it finally arrived and thankfully, it was worth the wait. though roomy, i’m glad i stuck with my normal size. i personally like rolling up the sleeves to add a feminine touch to an otherwise more masculine style. here’s how i plan on working it into my wardrobe this summer:

anine bing ink tee (small) || abercrombie high-rise mid-length shorts (TTS)

universal thread woven mules (sized up 1/2 size) || cuyana hat

amazon round rattan bag

anine bing ink tee (small) || everlane wide-leg cropped pant (TTS -2)

madewell boardwalk sandals (TTS) || clare v marcelle backpack || madewell belt (small)

anine bing ink tee (small) || madewell slim boyjean (size down 2 sizes)

zara snakeskin mules (similar) || zara straw bag (similar)

anine bing ink tee (small) || abercrombie side-slit snakeskin skirt (small) || madewell woven mules (sized up 1/2 size) || amazon round rattan bag

anine bing ink tee (small) || madewell wide leg cropped jeans (TTS -26)

universal thread mules (TTS) || madewell belt bag (xs)

anine bing ink tee (small) || banana republic leopard midi skirt (TTS -2)

soludos espadrilles (size down 1/2 size) || scenery masking leg clutch (c/o)

anthropologie headband (similar)

p.s. a speedy styling video will be up at 6:00 p.m. PDT on my IGTV channel.

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