The Milano Blazer Styled With Our First Graphic Tee
As you all know I love wearing graphic t shirts with jackets especially blazers. A lot of people think of blazers as a very serious and dressy piece that you can only wear to the office. A graphic tee worn under your blazer can give it that cool factor it needs to update your look. Personally, I like blazers for all occasions, whether you wear them to the office or out on a date night, so much of the look depends on how you style the blazer. They even look great with sneakers which is a very trendy look right now.
In the past I have worn a lot of our blazers with various graphic tees on the blog that I have purchased from different stores. I have always gotten a lot of positive feedback for this look and a lot of you have asked me where I get my graphic tees. Since I have been working on adding blouses and tops to our Jacket Society collection, I really wanted to add some graphic tees as well. They represent so much of my style and what I have been showing in the last couple of years.
I am very picky about the graphic designs and the colors so it is not easy to find ones that I like. I do own a few of them from a company called Grifflin Paris and I have always liked a lot of their designs. Recently I was given the opportunity to buy some of their graphic tees to sell on our web site, so I jumped at the chance and today here it is styled with our Milano blazer, I love this top on its own or under the blazer.
This graphic tee is made out of a very soft cotton jersey with a beautiful and subtle graphic art work that includes a few square rhinestones as well. The top is a black/ivory/gray color combo so it can work with so many different color blazers and jackets or even on its own. I chose to style it today with our Milano blazer which I have styled for you two other times with black bottoms for dressier looks. This was a great opportunity for me to style this blazer with jeans, graphic tee and booties for a fun and stylish look. You can wear the graphic tee tucked in or left out. I think it looks great both ways.