How To Wear Women's Statement Graphics

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by Juan E. Romero

Fun Ideas On How To Wear Women's Statement Graphics

Women's statement graphics are a popular clothing category for women. In the past few seasons they have started to be embraced at the highest levels as seen in the recent ready-to wear collections by such designers as Moschino Cheap And Chic, Phillip Lim and Lanvin.

The themes can be inspirational, motivational, conversational or just humorous as shown in the plethora of designs available at retail. Statement tees can even be dressed up if the saying is witty enough or inspires a conversation. Since tee shirts are a versatile item in any woman's closet, spicing up your outfits with an amusing or comical top that showcases your personality is always a fun option.

 

3.1 Phillip Lim New York City Tee

3.1 Phillip Lim New York City Tee

Statement graphics are so popular that they are showing up on other items such as dresses and accessories. They can also be a fun way to make a political statement without being too serious or confrontational. My favorites are those that are a bit tongue n' cheek and that inspire a common sense of acknowledgement or empathy.

65 MCMLXV Women's Statement T-Shirts

Women's statement graphics can be bold or subtle affirmations that give the viewer some insight into the wearer's personality while keeping a bit of mystery. So if you want to make a statement and let others know how you feel about a topic, slogan tees are a perfect fit!

To see some more creative and thought-provoking statement tees and cool graphics, check out my board on Pinterest, Women's Graphics. There you can see how this trend is being interpreted by women of all backgrounds and ages.

Juan E. Romero is the Owner and Creative Director of 65MCMLXV. He has more than twenty years of Fashion and Design Trend experience. You can find him on Google+ and Twitter.


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