Dressed for: Tees Upon Tees

Already Pretty outfit featuring Keith Haring graphic tee, joggers, black pumps, Rebecca Minkoff Logan

Keith Haring tee – Uniqlo (no longer available) – more Haring tees – sustainable
Pants – Hue (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Pumps – Clarks Wessex Wyvern (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Bag – Rebecca Minkoff Logan via eBay (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Bracelet – Ideelsimilarsustainable

The lovely warm weather is keeping my jackets and boots at bay for the time being, and I’ve been doing a lot of simple graphic tee and pant combos. Here are two that couldn’t be more different. First, this funky tee that shows my love for Keith Haring’s bold, graphic work paired with my very first pair of fancy sweatpants.

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Already Pretty outfit featuring que sera graphic tee, boyfriend jeans, brown ankle boots, slouchy tote

Tee – courtesy Redbubble
Jeans – courtesy Lee (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Boots – Clarks (no longer available) – similarsustainable
Bag – Rough & Tumble
Earrings – Robin Woodard
Bracelets – eBay

FINALLY a graphic tee with a Spanish phrase! And in subtle gold lettering to boot. Worn with comfy boyfriend jeans and gorgeous citrine and chain earrings from Robin Woodard.

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7 Responses to “Dressed for: Tees Upon Tees”

  1. Shelbee on the Edge

    First, I absolutely adore those boots! But, how many pairs of gorgeous boots can one woman own?! I have so many that I just cannot justify adding any more to my collection!
    Second, I had been resisting the fancy joggers for so long until I walked past a pair of leopard print ones (in Walmart, of all places), they were sooo soft and inexpensive (I imagine not sustainable though), that I bought them without even trying them on. They are now one of my favorite pairs of pants! They are so comfortable that when I wear them, I usually keep them on for sleeping. I picked up another cute pair at Burlington Coat Factory in a bold burgundy and black geometric print. I love the way you have styled yours with a graphic tee and heels!
    Shelbee
    http://www.shelbeeontheedge.com

  2. Monique Viard

    Thanks for the mention yesterday! I love the dressed up tee look. I have never tried wearing a tee, I’m kind of addicted to boxy blouses that don’t wrinkle easily. I’m going to try it.

  3. Sally McGraw

    Thanks, beautiful! And yes, there’s clearly some disagreement over the phrase – if you’re interested a bit more background info in my comment response above.

    • No Fear of Fashion

      read it. My research said the same: Spanish. Que is definitely Spanish. Did you ever see the Fawlty Towers series? With John Cleese? And the character, the help called Manuel? Who said “que? que? ” all the time? Hilarious.