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The Graphic Tee, 3 Ways

Frannie Gilligan, a California girl by way of Minnesota (and the niece of cult-favorite handbag designer Clare Vivier), shows us three ways she’s wearing our made in the shade tee around Los Angeles.


Heading to Clare V., where she's a studio assistant and sales associate

"A wrap skirt is something every girl needs in her closet, especially a colorful one. And pairing it with a graphic tee adds personality. If I don't like my outfit, my whole day feels off."

I love graphic tees because they’re conversation starters. My own personal statement tee would probably say,‘Sorry for what I said when I was hangry.” 


Whipping up Sunday brunch at Villa Delle Stelle

"My closet is full of staples, like this white button-up, that I mix and match with more adventurous pieces. If I could wear this outfit every Sunday for the rest of my life, I would be
very happy."


Hanging at the beach

"If I'm not working, you'll probably find me at Manhattan Beach. It's quintessential California—surfer dudes, gorgeous beach homes, light blue lifeguard stands. Tying the tee in a cute knot and throwing it over a swimsuit is one of my favorite (and laziest) summer outfits."

Special thanks to Villa Delle Stelle.

Photographs by Meredith Jenks.
Hair and makeup by Joseph Carrillo at Kate Ryan Inc.

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TAGS: how its done, graphic tees, los angeles, womens