Slogan tees are 100% a must-have wardrobe essential. Not only are they always so affordable and often relatable, they’re also super versatile and can be styled in many different ways to make an outfit go from a 1 to a 10. Here’s 4 of the most effective ways to style your slogan tees.
Disclaimer: This post features gifted products from Femme Luxe.
The Every-day Violà
Possibly the easiest, most common ways of wearing a slogan tee (or any t-shirt for that matter). The simple ‘chuck it on’ and violà you’re good to go. Typically paired with some jeans (any colour and style), skirt or pinafore. There’s quite simply no crash course on how you style a t-shirt in this way, simply put it on and own it.
Very similar, if not the same as ‘The Everyday Violà’, expect usually paired with something much comfier (e.g. joggers or shorts), and often only worn around the house – therefore you can expect ‘The Slouch’ to consist of creases… plenty of! Personally, when I’m feeling ‘The Slouch’ I’d grab for the slogan tee I know is oversized, that way I can comfortably hide the inevitable food baby. Comfort is key hunnies.
Now this one does take a bit of practice and patience… the knotting technique can be all fingers and thumbs if the t-shirt isn’t oversized. Once you’ve got the knack of making a knot in your t-shirts you’ll make an outfit go from having a 1/10 effort score to an easy 7/10. If you find the knotting process difficult, you can scrunch the front of your t-shirt into a ball and use a hair band (closest possible colour match) to wrap around and keep it in place.
The T-shirt Dress
Another super easy yet super effective style. Buy a slogan tee oversized enough and it can become a t-shirt dress. Pair with a belt if you want to synch it in at the waist plus a few other matching accessories and it makes a simple item of clothing look like a well pieced outfit! This is obviously an outfit for the occasional sunny days here in the UK or a holiday outfit.
All of these gorgeous slogan tees are from Femme Luxe, read about my first impressions of the brand.