This post originally appeared on the blog Apartment XI by Lindsey Carter.
Graphic tees are so cool! I love that they are coming back so strong (check out this Vogue article on Wolf t-shirts making a comeback for Fall 2017). I have mentioned a few times that I work for The Mountain – you know, home of the famous Three Wolf Moon shirt?
I LOVE the artwork that goes into these shirts and the fact that it is an eco-friendly company. Unfortunately, the traditional boxy t-shirt style that we produce is not up my personal fashion alley. This is why I’m super excited about the launch of our new Every Tee, women’s shirt that is a tri-blend soft, and feminine cut (coming soon!). Now I can wear the art I love and support a local business that also has environmental values I can feel good about my purchase.
Here are 5 ways you can get creative with your new #EveryTee.
You know those mesh t-shirts and long sleeves that are trending? I love the way the every tee looks layered underneath the mesh or with a long sleeve under it. The design is bold enough that it shows through the mesh really nicely.
Above: The Mountain #EveryTee, Intimately Free People mesh shirt and Vince Camuto Boot & American Eagle jeans
2. Mini Skirt
You could pair this with a denim skirt or a long flowy maxi. I chose this Missguided skirt because I love detail of the buttons down the front – I’m seeing this everywhere, so cute!
For a more understated look, pair it with denim shorts. Swap out for legging while you’re in yoga class then back to shorts for the rest of the day.
Above: Free People shorts & oversized ombre aviator sunglasses, Musse and Cloud platform sandal & The Mountain’s Every Tee
Cropped like this one or a really cool oversized blazer. I love the new oversized thing thats happening with military style and denim jackets… that would be a pretty perfect pairing with a graphic tee – maybe a band style image!
Above: BB Dakota Blazer paired with Ganesh Every Tee & Levis 712 skinny jean.
5. Long Cardigan
Long cardigans are really flattering – pair it with platform sneakers to make it look like you have legs for days.
Above: The Every Tee with Shelly London (Free People) metallic sneakers, Noisy May cardigan, and Articles of Society white jeans.
Above: Close up of the detailed graphic print – its soft too!