Shirt: Topshop | Skirt: Topshop | Earrings: Loren Hope Designs | Shoes: Converse | Clutch: Forever 21 | Watch: Marc by Marc Jacobs | Sunglasses: Topshop
These photos are from a while ago, but because I'm feeling especially productive this week, I'm finally getting around to posting them. Go me. It's the little victories, people.
So I really love T-shirts. I just do. They're comfortable, they're versatile and you can always add a clever slogan to the front of one if you're feeling witty. I bought this shirt on a whim on one of my many trips to Topshop (that place is my personal idea of heaven). I often pair it with leggings and Converse if I'm feeling casual (read: lazy), or tucked into a high-waisted skirt if I want to dress it up. Plus, it just tells people that I'm a geek, saving the awkward "oh, you don't obsessively watch Game of Thrones too?" conversation.
Either way, I like this T-Shirt. It's hard to find basic, staple pieces that are also unique and fit your personality well. Plus, when people think of staple pieces, they are usually thinking of jeans and, as we all know, there is nothing I dislike more than jeans (because none of them are ever long enough for me). Graphic T-shirts such as this one are such an easy piece to build an outfit off of, because they go with anything while still remaining fun. There's nothing worse than wearing something in an outfit that just gets forgotten. You want everything to look good, right? That's not too much to ask.
On another note, I'm wearing my Converse a little too much, people. Any advice on a new shoe that goes with everything, is comfortable and trendy (but, ya know, not too trendy)? Help a sister out.
Also, I feel like I should mention that my ears have NEVER looked better than they do in these photos. Gotta love a statement earring and Loren Hope Designs.
And a big, BIG thank you to Meaghan of M Photography for these photos! Always inspiring to work with creative and talented people.