After I felt the need to make such a big deal overthese $19 tees, I thought I would show you some outfit inspiration to support why I love them so very much. I wear everywhere from work to the weekend and they never, ever get old. I had to laugh today when I opened yet another box, and there again, was a long sleeve tee.
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There truly is nothing better or more versatile than a long sleeve tee. When I find a good one, I buy tons of colors and wear them to death. As I've gotten older the comfort of my clothes has become paramount, and starting my layering off with a soft tee like this makes all of the difference. I wanted to share with you three ways to wear a tee, from a casual, to elevated to dressy enough for work! I'm asked ALL the time how I wear jeans and a tshirt to work and get away with it. But I believe looking polished and put-together has nothing to do with how fancy your outfit is, it depends solely on how well your outfit comes together as a unit.
Dressing down a tee is easy, and I love layering it with a cozy vest. Adding some "fancy" sneakers help make the outfit more polished and helps me to feel a little more comfortable too!
POLISHED & READY FOR A NIGHT OUT.
By adding a flowy vest or cardigan you can make the tee look a little fancier. In Fall, a great burgundy cardigan is always the way to go and I also look for colors like cognac and taupe. This waterfall vest was an Nordstrom Anniversary Sale purchase, and I am waiting ever so impatiently for it to be restocked so I can get the camel color I really wanted.
Adding a leather moto or bomber jacket and some booties makes the look a little more edgy and perfect for a date night or a night out with the girls. Still comfy but put together and polished.
WEAR TO WORK.
Best of all, adda fancier topcoat and some heels, slides or flats and you're instantly work ready. These black jeans are the ones I recommend constantly! The material is more like a twill than a jean and no one will ever know the difference!
What are some of your favorite ways to wear a tee?