Thursday, 11 August 2016

The plain pink tee...

Vintage wash tee, Gap (not online, instore, but buy other colours here). Denim skirt: £36, Urban Outfitters. Sandals: £42, Topshop. Sunglasses: £28 in the sale, Le Specs at Very Exclusive. Hat: £30, Asos. Bag: bought in Nerja. Photographs: Christopher O'Donnell
FYI: next season Gap is amazing. The perfect pea coat, great denim shapes and dreamy knitwear. But I'm still dwelling on the instore now basics - all hail the classic tee. 

What with the return of the 90s (yes, denim skirts have been this summer's essential and I've been loving it), the classic crew-neck tee has turned into a real outfit maker. 

Really, I want a wardrobe full of Re/Done's twist on the classic Hanes tee but at $78 it's not going to happen. So, as always, Gap comes to the rescue with its classic vintage wash tees - and this one in the sale at £5.99! 

I went for one in pale pink, as let's face it, it's a colour that's not going anywhere for the season ahead and thought it was a nice change to classic white and it's such a subtle wash that it makes you look twice. Girly for the non-committals...

And if there's one thing we've learnt from streetstyle this season? It's that a t-shirt is your wardrobe's new best friend - how to wear that 90s non-forgiving slip dress? Give that summer dress a little more leverage? Wear over a classic tee.

If, like me, stripes are always your thing, Gap have a really strong selection at the moment. I've always been a J Crew girl for tees but these might be a new contender.

Vintage wash tee, Gap (not online, instore, but buy other colours here). Denim skirt: £36, Urban Outfitters. Sandals: £42, Topshop. Hat: £30, Asos.


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