Graphic tees are way underrated in my opinion. The J. Crew Spring RTW 2014 presentation backs me up on this.
You know that "I-care-but-I-don't-care" look I was referencing yesterday? Guess what? It's actually a thing?! Norts aside, graphic tees are making a chic entrance (or re-entrance, blah blah blah) into high fashion. Graphic tees, I think, are a staple, just as much as the LBD or the classic trench. There is little I wouldn't pair a great graphic tee with: boyfriend jeans, mini skirts, under a jumper, with work pants (see above). These tees are best fit loose, so definitely grab a size or two up. A medium or a large can be messily tucked in, and its sleeves can be rolled very James Dean-esque. And the best thing about graphic tees? They are inexpensive, and the best ones are free: I scoured my basement a few years ago and scored with a bunch of my dad's old football and spring break tee shirts. They were complete with vintage fading, sunscreen spots, worn out patches, et cetera, et cetera. Vintage? Hmmm, I'll go with it.