July 17 2015

Excuse Our French by Emma Bernstein and Stephanie Schneider

Excuse Our French but…

As we approach the season finale of The Bachelorette and The RHONY is already set for their reunion, what’s a girl to do? SHOP!!! Now thats a good idea! But everything is a mess, the stores are marked down and yes, “fall is arriving.”

So, I decided the best bang for my buck is to buy something that can work from hot summer days into cool fall nights.  I still love that I can hang in my closet and see where my money has gone this week. Decisions, decisions- I went with a Bastille Day type theme. Yes, I know it was earlier in the week but still, why not? I can always celebrate!

And since I am not jetting off to Saint Tropez this weekend, I guess I will pretend I’m there.

I love the graphic tee because I can always express myself without saying a word and others around me can think what they want. It’s fun, it’s creative, and sometimes not even really me. I have always been a basic, black, white, navy, grey girl but I decided that the French really have it right. They step out, so I am following their LEAD.

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Unfortunately, shlumpy t-shirts aren’t always an appropriate dress code, which is why SFTL wants to explain how to dress these comfy shirts up.

  1. Pair your favorite graphic T with a pair of skinny jeans and heels instead of sneakers or flats for a more delicate approach.unnamed-3
  2. Throw on a flannel
  3. Tuck in your T to a leather mini skirt and dress up with edgy heels for a look that screams “night out on the town”
  4. Apply some brightly colored lipstick for a look that stands out
  5. Sport a jean vest on top
  6. Wear with a floral maxi skirt for a fun, flirty and summery look

The graphic T is easily one of my favorite pieces of all my wardrobe and with these tips, I can take my T from a casual hangout with friends to an upscale restaurant no problem, or should I say pas de problème.

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