Top 3 Graphic Tee Brands
Graphic tees with kitschy phrases have been on trend for a while now, but it has taken me a while to jump on the bandwagon. Why? Oh, probably because I think I scarred myself for life when I wore them in middle school, circa the early 2000's. They were pretty much my uniform. My favorite tee, was this tissue paper thin, purple tee that I had to layer with a cami, from American Eagle that said "Mr. Mustard's Grease Burgers". I think I wore it once every two weeks/when I could find it clean. Curious of what it looked like? I actually found it on ebay! (LOL)
Anyway, why am I sporting them as of late? Well, they have just gotten cuter and more comfy! Also, our country is in a state of athleisure, so wearing cute tees with anything from maxi skirts to cutoffs is perfectly acceptable.
Do you love graphic tees but don't know who to snag them from? Here are my top 3 favorite brands that you can grab the cutest tees from:
Charlie Southern. This is the brand that I am wearing in this post! Doesn't it just make you want fall to officially be here?! (p.s. if you missed my post on football fashion in the fall, catch up, here!) CS is another brainchild of Kirsten Blowers, the owner of Riffraff. It carries southern tees as it's name suggests, as well as state and greek branded items. These are great quality tees at an affordable price. Plus, most of the items are debuted by Riffraff, so you can always get them for 15% off + Free Shipping with code "RiffraffRepLauren" at checkout!
Wildfox. Wildfox carries more than just their tees and graphic pjs, but they are known for their vintage-esque prints! You're still getting great quality with this brand, but it is going to be your mid-level tee price, so not as affordable for everyone.
Show me your Mumu. Known for their rad prints and collections, Mumu's tanks are their best kept secret! Their bro tanks are my favorite, because I can wear them to work out in or to work, not to mention that they are super cute AND comfy. These are around the same price as Wildfox's, if not a little more pricey; however, I think they are more wearable than WF and will definitely become your new favorite!
So, how do you feel about graphic tees? If you like them, what are your favorite brands?