I’D RATHER BE IN BALI

IMG_3665IMG_3662IMG_3755IMG_3688IMG_3783These California winter days do have me wishing I was in Bali, or any other tropical location where the sand is warm and the ocean like a bath of magical healing water, for that matter. But, this post is not about my wanderlust spirit but about the graphic tee/ tank. While most do choose their tanks and tees to spread a message or represent a brand and not neceserally to pair it with pieces to create a look, the graphic tee/ tank has been around as a style statement before the current athleauire trend even hit the streets. This trend dates all the way back to the seventies, when pairing a graphic tee or tank with skinny flared striped bellbottoms or a tuxedo was the epitome of rock and roll chic. So besides displaying messages that make me smile, or feel a bit naughty perhaps, style wise, it has become a solution to breaking up dressier pieces and giving them a new day purpose. Layered with lots of jewelry, like a true Indian girl and paired with my favorite chunky knit, I was able to stay somewhat warm during my day braving the Camifornia June gloom. Perhaps this weekend rather than going out in your normal day attire, wear one of your graphic tees or tanks and try mixing it with an elegaant piece in your closet. Be playful, it is summer after all, even if the weather is saying otherwise.

Skirt: Joanna Mastroianni  | Tank: Forever21  |  Belt: Lara Bernasconi  |  Jewelry: mix of Pacific Gypsea & vintage Indian pieces  |  Boots: Chloe |  Purse:  vintage Finesse, La Model  |. Sweater: Peter Som

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One thought on “I’D RATHER BE IN BALI

  1. Absolutely love this entire look! I want it 🙂 And of course who wouldnt want to be in Bali ASAP! haha .Would you please check out my blog too?:) it would mean a bunch! thanks, Venuseudora

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