Make a graphic t-shirt work

I LOVE graphic tees!!!!!

They are clever and fun, and very casual.

But I love to put a twist in the way I style them, so I even wear them to work. But to make that work you have to pair them with the right elements.

Today I put on a nice pair of gray slacks (on sale in Old Navy), posh flat sandals, tucked it in and put a simple belt on, and threw some very thing and long silver necklaces and a pair of nice earrings. That will make the trick and spice up my Amazing Spider-man t-shirt!

Now PLEASE, do not wear man's or too baggy tees. You don't want to look like a feminist gone wrong, or a tacky wrestler. It doesn't have to be tight, but it does have to have a nice fit. A little sleeve that covers only the 1st 1/3 of your upper arm (unless is purposely a 3/4 sleeve), and a slight curve at your waist.

This is specially important for us, the "teensizers". We tend to forget how femenine and sexy we can look!


Styling H&M, favorite clothing store, great deals and styles

H&M is my most favorite clothing store. Most of the models I work with use underwear from there... Did I mention I am a fashion designer?... But don't get scare by the prospect of trying on clothes made for a model. I am far from a size 2 (try a 14-16) and I always find beautiful, well fitting things there.

Fitting is the No. 1 requisite to buy a piece of clothing!!!!! price is the 2nd.

Now, before you go nuts and buy things at full price ALWAYS check there bargains. I just found great organic cotton t-shirts for $5, and jeans at $15. Sadly they had no pants on my size in this particular store, I will look in another one, but you can get lucky.

-I recommend the "very wide" wide jeans, or the skinny one, with one of the tees I mentioned before.
-But don't stop there! This is when it gets fun. Get some long thing necklaces and wear them over the shirt.

-Try on a tee one size larger than the one you would usually get, maybe tie a knot, or tuck in one little corner. The baggy look is coming back.

-Please don't wear sneakers, unless they are very sleek, feminine and stylish (and believe, I DO love sneakers). Better wear sandals, or ballerinas.