3 Ways to Layer Graphic Tees

Layering your tee shirts is the perfect way to turn old pieces into something brand new! Using these 3 ways to layer your graphics make it so easy to mix and match your wardrobe.

Denim Corset over Graphic




I paired my oversized band graphic tee with a denim corset. I wore ripped black denim pants and pointy white booties with it. Layering these pieces breathed new life into my tee! This look can also work with a tube top or pretty much anything without sleeves.

The corset I am wearing is sold out but I found another denim corset with a darker wash and studs that would look really cool over a t-shirt! Click HERE to shop!

Tank Top over Cropped Graphic



I put on my cropped graphic tee underneath a cut out tank. I paired that with a denim skirt and my new Steve Madden platform tennies! I’ve put tanks over graphics before but with an extra detail of the cut out in the front and different textures, it makes the look super unique. Find a tank with fun details to elevate the layering style.

Dress over Graphic





Crazy cat lady for life! This amazing graphic is much fun to layer. I layered it with a corduroy dress and platform sandals. Super simple but when the tee shirt is such a statement you don’t have to do too much!

Graphic tees are great with just jeans and sneakers but adding these 3 different layers can take the look up a notch and create a fashion statement!




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  1. These are cute on you, but I feel I am too large chested to pull off some of these. I love the dress and graphic T-shirt, Now that summer is ending there are many on sale. I have been picking some up for next summer. Grabbing a bargain while I can!

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