Monday, May 16, 2016

Tees are Tops

    I've always been a fan of tee shirts.  In college I used to buy a pack of white Hanes t-shirts for men twice a year and wear them everyday until they fell apart.  During the baby years, I went for colorful graphic tees that were cute and that I didn't mind getting spit-up on.  As time has passed, I've become a connoisseur of comfort wear.  I need more from a t-shirt than just low price and bulk quantity or stain resistance.  Nowadays I need my tees to have the right length and some shape built into them.  I'm hoping to do a few outfit posts with the awesome tees I purchased last month if or when they ever make it over the ocean to me.  It's been four weeks with no sign of them and I'm starting to think they may be lost, but I'll just have to keep waiting and wondering for now.  Until then, I'll post a few of my favorite tee shirt picks this season:

Why save the best for last?  This Beachy Tee from Anthropologie is my favorite by far.
This Off-the-Shoulder Tee from Ann Taylor is a new take on a classic concept

Romantic Lace tunics are a weakness of mine and I adore this Aragon Tunic from Sundance Catalog
The Serendipity Tee Shirt Dress from Blue Platypus is comfort and girlishness rolled into one
Nautical Stripes never go out of style and this Ann Taylor Top is so very chic.

My old stand-by, the white tee, but with a very feminine upgrade in this Shirred Short Sleeve Top from Gap

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