We’re sadly nearing the end of summer, but there's still plenty of time left to rock short-sleeved tees without needing an extra layer. If you’re looking to switch it up and take a break from plain white T-shirts or Breton-stripe styles, why not don a graphic-print T-shirt instead? A favorite amongst street-stylers, take a look at how the guys at ASOS HQ are wearing theirs.
INSPIRATION AND ADVICE
HOW WE DO GRAPHIC-PRINT T-SHIRTS
By Lakeisha Goedluck, August 22, 2018
Thanks to Instagram, bringing together classical paintings and colloquial phrases to humorous effect is totally a thing. Our cultural marketing coordinator Babatunde proves that he’s down to see the funny side of things with this T-shirt.
He keeps the rest of his outfit chilled with a pair of black jeans and corresponding retro Nike kicks. That way, his tongue-in-cheek tee is free to speak for itself.
As a stalwart skatewear brand, it’s a good to have a few Obey threads as part of your rotation. Our culture writer Sam opts for a lilac tee with an arty graphic-print to kick off his laid-back skater style.
On his bottom half, he picks a pair of black tapered jeans and rounds off his style with the ultimate skate shoe — the Vans Old Skool sneaker in black.
Jumping on fresh London-based streetwear brand Dream But Do Not Sleep, our junior editor Ashley gives us a reason to get excited about the prospect of wearing long sleeves again (it's been a while).
He keeps his look subdued and complements the pastel colors he’s got going on up top with a pair of pale-gray pants. Clean white kicks with an ever-steezy gum sole finish off his 'fit on a minimal note.
Completing our round-up with a bang, our email artworker Tom goes for maximum impact with this punchy print. Considering the colorful nature of his top, he decides to choose laid-back pieces for the rest of his ensemble.