3 Ways to Slay : Graphic tee | Feat. My Beautiful Fluff & a special guest

Here at EGC, I believe that style is what you make of it. So many stylists in training have a long list of don'ts and a short list of do's. It's time to change it up and embrace the potential in everything you wear. What better way to do that than with one of the most under styled items in your closet-- the graphic tee.  Most just try on a graphic tee with a pair of jean and call it a day. With this 3W2S I hope to inspire you to more than a pair of jeans for your next comfy casual ensemble. I chose to style this funky tee from my fave at My Beautiful Fluff. Let's scroll and slay!


For this first look, I decided to dress up the graphic tee with a simple culottes /turban combo. This is a great ensemble for if you are running errands or even Casual Friday at the office. Opting for a alternative bottom that isn't denim allows the tee to look less casual and more glam. Think of a head wrap or ornate head band in place of a turban. Throw on a blazer for a dress casual look. My special guest (aka my niece Delilah) fell in love with the I Love my Fluff tote and stepped in for the slay as well.lol.


With this 2nd look, I simply switched out bottoms and earrings. It made all the difference. Who said a graphic tea had to be casual. Throw on a block midi skirt and turn it glam. It's all in what you make it. It doesn't take much except a willingness to see more in the clothes you wear than what seems safe and familiar. Throw on some cute heels and you're ready for a night on the town, or at least Chic fil A with your niece after a photo shoot. If you want more flair, try a circle skirt. 

Now for the finale-- I couldn't possibly leave Delilah out of the fun. Style versatility can never start to early. To make this tee both stylish and 13 year old friendly, I thought to keep it simple. A pair of legging, Retro Skater earrings, sparkly flats and that radiant smile do all the work. If you want your tween to have a bit more pizazz, headwear is the way to go. Delilah already has a one sided pinned do, but the hat from look 2 would still work well. 


Take these 3 looks and apply them to your own closet. Take  that graphic tee (from My Beautiful Fluff if you dare) and make it work like it never has before.  Which look was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below. 



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