Dressed for: Graphics

Already Pretty outfit featuring Feminist Apparel tank, skinny jeans, ankle booties, Rebecca Minkoff Logan

Tank – courtesy Feminist Apparel
Jeans – courtesy Karen Kane
Booties – Steve Madden (no longer available) – similar
Earrings – Infrared Studio
Bracelet – art fair – similar

I have a small collection of graphic tees that I absolutely adore, and they’re really getting a workout this summer. You’ve seen my Elvis tee and this is the second appearance for the fabulous Cats Against Catcalls tank from Feminist Apparel, and more will come, I’m sure. Couldn’t say why, but I’m reaching for graphic tees and shorts/skirts instead of dresses on weekends nowadays. They’re just calling to me from their spot in my dresser drawer.

Are you a graphic tee person? Any fun resources to share? Anyone else love to thrift quirky vintage graphic tees? I have one that features a drawing of a robin playing baseball that’s a longtime fave …


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8 Responses to “Dressed for: Graphics”

  1. Emmy

    I love graphic tees! Check out Redbubble. In most cases you get to choose the colour and kind of tee or tank you want the art printed on.

  2. ali connelly

    don’t you get hot wearing those shoes and all black in summer?

    I do like the shirt on you, nice to see you without a cardi for a change.

  3. Pam Armstrong Greer

    I love that tee. No, I don’t have any as cute as that. Though I wore my library stamp tee shirt tonight, and I doubt if anyone even got it!

  4. jan.4987

    I love graphic tees. A lot of people turn their noses up at them, but since they’re usually the kind of person I don’t think much of anyway I tend to view that as a bonus. Clothes that keep people away from you can be good if they’re the wrong kind of people!

  5. Amanda

    Graphic tees are a staple for me at my casual office. My favorite source lately is Out of Print Clothing – they print the tees with vintage book covers. I also have a library stamp tee from them that’s pretty awesome.

  6. Claire

    You look fantabulous in this outfit. GREAT outfit. It’s pulled together, not just jeans-and-a-tshirt.