How to Wear Vintage Tee's and Look All Grown Up ;)
I LOVE the look of vintage style tees. I am drawn to them in stores. They look so comfy, soft, effortless... The problem is, most vintage tees will be found in the juniors section. That begs us to question, "Is it age appropriate for me if I'm not sixteen?"
Is there a way to put together a look with a vintage tee and make it feel all grown up? YES!!! Let me give you some examples...
Image is from Brit + Witt San Fransisco Fashion Bloggers
I LOVE this look so much I could squeal with joy! This is a great way to work the vintage tee. The White Blazer, Black Clutch, and Gold Mutli Layer Chain are the perfect combo. Add your dark wash skinny or bootcut jeans and ballet flats and you'll be good to go :)
Adding this skirt softens the over sized vintage tee and gives it a more feminine feel. She has the sleeves rolled and the tee tucked into her skirt with a belt. Her platform wedges are WILD, but easily can be replaced with any heel or wedge in your closet. I think dark tights would work with heels, or a maxi skirt if you like more coverage on your legs.
This Vintage tee look is VERY rocker. All of the layers add to the details of the look. Slayer vintage tee, leather moto jacket, over sized sleeveless trench, spiked bracelets, dark denim, and zipper platforms. If you are not as adventurous, I think it would be just as edgy (and a bit more everyday friendly) to leave out the over sized sleeveless trench and spiked bracelets ;)
Image is from metropolisvintageonline.com Kate Lanphear