Styling A Statement Tee

Styling A Statement Tee

After jeans in my wardrobe, I think a statement tee takes up a huge chunk, whether it’s a slogan, a retro band tee, or a nostalgic look back to my childhood, like this She-Ra beauty I picked up from TruffleShuffle, which FYI, is the ultimate place for cool T-shirts. I actually got to know this website through my husband and stealing his Star Wars tees, and then I realised it literally does a T-shirt for every film and TV show that I love. Seriously the only problem with TruffleShuffle is that there might be a little too much choice, but as soon as I saw this She-Ra ‘Princess of Power’ tee I couldn’t resist, I loved that show, seriously she might have been the first female superhero that I adored.

Before I loose you down a TruffleShuffle rabbit hole, and trust me, you know you’re already thinking about clicking through, let me share how I love to style a pop reference tee when I’m not looking for a super casual look, it’s all about the trusty classic blazer.

Not only are they one of the hottest items on the high street at the moment, you can literally find one in all colours, patterns and fabrics, but my advice is to invest in the classics, so think a great dark hue, it will go with everything, and don’t want to go black opt for navy, like this navy beauty that I snagged at the Gap Outlet is perfection.

What I love about this look, other than I feel like I can take on the day like She-Ra, has to be its simplicity. Jeans, tee, and a blazer is a formula that never doesn’t work. Dress it it up with jewellery and heels, down with a scarf and ankle boots. Seriously, give it a go. 

Also, what retro tee from your childhood are you going to search out on TruffleShuffle?

My Style: Truffleshuffle – She-Ra Tee (c/o) // Gap – Jeans & Blazer // Emu Australia – Ankle Boots // Ollie Quinn – Glasses (c/o) // 

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