Graphic Tee's are my favorite staple, no matter what season. They can be dressed up, dressed down, or worn to bed (my personal fav). I recently started collecting band tee's from different shows and festivals that I go to. So one day, my kid will have the raddest collection of vintage shirts to chose from.
This Rolling Stone's shirt is one of my favorite graphic tee's I own. It's insanely soft, and the perfect comfortable fit. Not to mention, who doesn't love the Stones?? I can fool anyone into thinking it's my Dad's vintage shirt from a Stone's concert, when in reality it was a Christmas gift from Lucky. I've worn this graphic tee dressed up with a blazer, nice fitted black jeans and black heeled booties. But on this day, we were crawling around an abandoned factory (casual), so I kept it simple.
I paired the top with denim shorts (it was officially spring), a statement coin necklace, sheer black tights, knee high socks, and my high top destroyed Chucks (thank you Luna). It was an insanely beautiful spring day, maxing out at 75 degrees, but I'm a baby back bitch when it comes to being cold so I also brought a denim jacket to throw over the outfit. My gal, Sami is also a fashion blogger and came along for this adventure. Check out her site cause she's the raddest. Sami also stuck with the graphic tee for this urban exploration, proving it should be a closet staple. The factory itself was so insane, scroll down to see more photos from the day!
Side note- smoke bombs look cool, but smell like total shit. All of my clothes smelled like sulfur for the rest of the day. And that stain was from eating buffalo chicken dip in the car while one of the photographers, Matt, drove like a total crazy person.
Also, I'm pretty terrified of heights. So the fact that I went onto the roof of an abandoned factory made me feel pretty cool. This fear has gotten increasingly worse over the past few years so I'm slowly trying to just force it out of me and be a badass.
Till Next Time xx