The Printed Tee and How I’m Styling It

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Outfit one of two in styling this printed Paris t-shirt. I love t-shirts, they are comfy, stupidly versatile and for me they are long lasting because even when my favourite tees are worn out, they then become part of my sleepwear. For today’s look I wanted to bring some structure to the casual form of the tee and I did so with this old blazer of mine. I haven’t worn this blazer in a while but it’s a great piece and I’ve had it for years and even better it was a high street buy but I love it because it had such a great shape. The shoulders are extended and I really admire the symmetry and balance it creates when styled with the flared, cropped jeans. For me this outfit is a great example of how a simple printed tee can take wardrobe classics and elevate them to a level that makes them chic and interesting.


Sending you love and light,

Daniella x




Sunglasses (gift)

(old) Warehouse Blazer

Topshop Paris tee (sold out) – love this HERE

J Brand Jeans – similar HERE

Mango Mules




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