Graphic tees haven’t lost their particular charm since 90’s grunge became a style statement. It still is, although less prevalent than when ultra baggy jeans were more popular than skinnies. Still, the graphic tee is a classic in its own right. Worn by pre-teens, teenagers, and now adults, it’s a mode of expression that is now able to depict a certain kind of newfound elegance. This elegance is different than a floor-length Chanel gown, or a well-tailored suit. It’s casual, yet put together. This is the Haute Couture graphic tee, the stylized graphic tee that doesn’t necessarily have to include rhinestones or an Eat More Kale logo.
The graphics are also a way to self-express, and in this way the t-shirt becomes personal. Whether you prefer simple patterns or a logo, how and what you wear on your graphic tee is a way to display an aspect of yourself to the world. Designers above all understand the need for fashion to be a statement. These graphic tees are a few that combine the aggressive and humble on a single article of clothing,