Total disclaimer: I’m not basic. I don’t do basics.

But I LOVE to play with basics and amp them up. This t-shirt was one such. When I saw it online, I really liked the rad print. What aided my decision was the fact that 10% of the proceeds go towards The Dharavi Project. But when I received the t-shirt, I instantly fell in love with the comfort it provided.

Back to how I love to amp my basics up, I decided to style this one in 3 ways for y’all. Let’s have a look at them.


1.) A mid-calf gathered skirt.


Since the print is in red, I decided to go for a red plaid gathered skirt. I’ve knotted the top up at my natural waist since the length of the skirt is long enough to permit it. But you can also tuck it in if you wish to. Since this look is super casual, I went for my black statement ballerinas. A bronze watch to complement the reds in the clothes completed my look.


2) A high waist pencil skirt


Since I’m an hourglass, I love anything that shows off my curves. I chose a deep olive green pencil skirt to pair with my tee so the red print would stand out. Since the skirt was a high waist and just under my knees, I decided to tuck my t-shirt in. A pair of blingy pumps and a rose gold watch later, I was done.


3) Ripped Jeans


This one’s a no brainer. A basic tee with ripped or distressed jeans can never go wrong. But I really like to amp things up. So I took my really worn pair of denims, wore my fishnet stockings inside and paired the whole look with my red booties to complement the red print. A black leather watch and silver cuff completed this look.


There are a hundred ways in which you can style a basic tee. These are 3 of my go-to ones. If I had to pick a favourite though, it would be the one with the olive skirt (curves and all). Which one is your favourite out of these? How would you style them?

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Until next time,

Love, Dimple. xoxo

2 Comments on “3 ways to style a basic tee

  1. I like the high waist pencil. but ehy never had pencils that liooked this good when I was in stnneuberger


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