Fashion, Outfits

Styling Graphic Tees in Your 20s vs 30s

Since you all loved my last collab post with Hannah (check it out here!), we wanted to share another 20’s vs 30’s post. This time, it’s all about the graphic tees. Once a total fashion faux pas, the graphic tee is now a total fashion girl must have. They look great with a pair of jeans, but how do you take a graphic tee to the next level? Here’s how Hannah and I styled ours:

T-Shirt: Gothic Mochas (Similar Here) | Trousers: Proenza Schouler | Mules: Celine (Similar Here

When I’m looking at graphic tees, I like to go for a more masculine fit: crew neck, kind of oversized and boxy. Sometimes I even get men’s shirts! The one I’m wearing here was perfect to tuck into a cool pair of trousers (check them out here). Though these trousers can be dressed up or down, I love how they look with such a casual t-shirt. Since I’m in my 30’s I feel like graphic tees can look almost sloppy on me if I don’t wear them right, so giving the look a little bit of structure with the trousers is the perfect solution!

T-Shirt: Brandy Melville (Similar Here) | Skirt: Storets (Similar Here) | Shoes: Mansur Gavriel

Hey guys, it’s Hannah jumping on! If you follow me on Instagram, you know that I wear a lot of graphic t-shirts- they’re easy to throw on, super chic, and look good with just about anything. Though I wear them to work a lot, I’ve recently been wearing them when I go out. They’re a lot less fussy, and I’m so much more comfortable in a t-shirt than I would be in a crop top! My go-to graphic tee outfit is to throw on a leather skirt. It dresses up the graphic tee and gives it a cool-girl edge. I’ll usually rock a pair of flats (like the ones I’m wearing above) or even tennis shoes to finish off the outfit!

So if you’re in your 20’s like Hannah or in your 30’s like me- there are so many styling possibilities with a simple graphic t-shirt, so don’t be afraid to experiment! Are there any other trends you want Hannah and I to style for when you’re in your 20’s vs 30’s? Let me know down below and have a great day!

xoxo Chriselle & Hannah

29 Comments
  • Nitasha says:

    I loved this blog, your every update is very amazing and you always come with new styles.. really appreciable… The tees graphics looks are fabulous.

  • Vicki says:

    Great post. I don’t wear graphic tees anymore, because I feel like I look childish in them, but this was very inspiring. I wish there were a few more different outfits though!

  • Steal4Style says:

    The graphic tee touch is amazing!! It really adds so much style to pants or a skirt. You two look awesome!
    Steal4Style.com

  • Patrcia Torres says:

    I loved the “Cute but psycho” t-shit also the sneakers you picked!
    Nice post!

    http://www.magnacartamx.com

  • Emma says:

    You both styled the graphic tee so beautifully!! I especially love the Proenza Schouler trousers with the Gothic Mochas tee. x
    p.s. I LOVE it when Hannah is here too!!

    Emma | http://www.emswardrobe.com

  • Kairee says:

    Hi Chriselle, I’m a blogger in my 40’s and for my most recent blog post I styled a graphic T with my birth year, showing that you can sport this look at any age! Lots of Love!
    TenKeyPieces http://www.tenkeypieces.com

  • Nikki says:

    Love the ‘Cute but Psycho’ t-shirt!
    I don’t know what I would go without graphic tees.

    I’ve styled one of these myself, let me know what you think: https://www.runwaytoroad.com/keep-casual-vinyl/

  • chichi says:

    great post, love the trousers you chose!
    http://www.thestyletune.com

  • adore the tees!! Love the cute but psycho haha x

    chevrons & éclairs

  • Vivian Tse says:

    Yaaay I love the 20s vs 30s series! You both look amazingly chic! I could totally see myself wearing these outfits! Have a great week 🙂 x
    Vivian

    http://www.viviantse.net

  • Elizabeth says:

    Loving both of these looks! They both instantly elevate the graphic tee for a very chic yet effortless look! <3 🙂 I love Hannah's leather skirt so much! Soooo cute!

    XO, Elizabeth
    http://clothestoyouuu.com/

  • Well these are awesome! I love the Cute but psycho tee and the CDG one!

    XOXO //
    SINCERELY OPHELIA | NYC Petite Fashion Blogger

  • Vivian says:

    Men’s tees always seem so comfy!

    Vivian | LIVE IN LOVE
    IG | @viviyunn_

    ~

  • Jennifer says:

    Very cool! I love both looks. 🙂
    Great post as always.

  • Meghan Burns says:

    LOVE THIS POST!! So fun!! Obsessed!
    xo, Meghan | http://tanlinesanddaisies.com/

  • Julieta says:

    These posts are so amazing! I’m a 29 year old mom of two and can see myself in Chriselle’s look. I loved Hanna’s too and I used to wear similar looks in my pre-kids younger years.

  • Keren says:

    I like them both! I’m 25 so I’m allowed a little bit of both worlds. *winks*
    Beautiful women!
    xx Keren
    http://www.kerenwithane.com

  • Amy says:

    I love these 20’s vs 30’s posts!

  • Natali Karppinen says:

    I adore wearing graphic tees and you two girls are looking fantastic in both of your outfits!

    https://lartoffashion.com/erdem-love/

  • Liyana Aris says:

    I’m in my early 30s but I’d definitely dress up a graphic tee BOTH ways.
    Well, if I were not a hijabi, that is, just saying I jibe with these two styles!

    I’m looking forward to more posts on ’20s vs 30s’ styling – how about one on ankle boots, or maybe even ripped jeans?

    xoLiyana

  • Shloka says:

    You guys both rock the graphic tee! I love how different each style is yet both are so wearable and cool!

    x
    Shloka
    http://www.thesilksneaker.com

  • Ray says:

    Love it! You both looked so great.

    http://www.underaytedray.co.uk

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