Go Graphic

by Kayla Kluver


Top Left; Uniqlo £12.90. Bottom Left; Zara £17.99. Top Right; Pull&Bear £15.99. Bottom Right; River Island £16.00

Top Left; Uniqlo £12.90. Bottom Left; Zara £17.99. Top Right; Pull&Bear £15.99. Bottom Right; River Island £16.00

I love a good graphic tee, though at my age I have to be quite mindful of the message. I'm a bit too old to be walking around with a shirt that says "I break hearts" or "I'm single if you're rich." (Then again, was this ever okay)? Either way, doubt my boss or clients would find it very amusing. I'm also picky when it comes to the fit. I prefer a standard borrowed-from-the-boys cut, fitted but not too tight and no cuffed sleeves. I think a good graphic tee is a closet staple and they just get better with age. I usually aim for a contrasting pairing - the boyish tee tucked into a feminine floral skirt or the casual shirt worn under a dressy black tuxedo jacket. I also love tucking the tee into a smart pair of black trousers for work. Oh, the possibilities! These are a few I love from the high street. What do you think? How do you wear your graphic tees? KKxx