HOW TO STYLE THE STATEMENT T-SHIRT

Leeds, UK

You can never go wrong with the basics, especially when it comes to a simplistic yet classic, statement print t-shirt. I've found that lately I've adopted a more casual-meets-formal style, mixing up certain pieces that I wouldn't have previously thought in a million years to put together and actually work for me. Culottes & trainers? A bold statement tee? They weren't ever viable options. However, as my wardrobe evolves over time, I've really enjoyed experimenting with my look....




There's just something that's ultra cool about wearing a pair of B&W nike trainers with some wide leg snazzy trousers - did I mention all SUPER comfortable too? Perfect for the ever-unreliable British weather, this look has it all. Durability, comfort, style and versatility - all things that tick my boxes!


Mac - River Island (old season)


Sunglasses - Zara
T-shirt - Zara
Culottes - Zara
Bag - Mango
Trainers - Nike (ASOS)


Instead of going 'too wild' for this look, I wanted to keep to the neutral monochrome basics from top to bottom, that just almost ties it all neatly together. Personally? I always find it really difficult dressing for the transitional spring-into-summer seasonal change, so I try ease myself in with basics first before splashing into crazy colours....






What do you think to this outfit?
Do you love a good statement tee?
As always, let me know!
Lots of love,
Hannah xoxo

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3 comments

  1. That is a cool styling. I like that is monochromatic and so stylish.

    March and May

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  2. Very effortless and cool outfit!! Love the look of the t-shirt with the trenchcoat!

    Andrea.

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  3. I love how you've styled this - the trench coat is so nice and I never would of thought to wear it with this outfit! x

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