dressed up white tee

I’m not always the best at buying basic pieces. I’ve always been that way. If I’m standing in the store and I have to pick between a good basic white tee and a trendy, seasonal piece, I’ll pick the later. Now that the weather is getting hotter, I’m reaching for those good basic pieces and this white tee from Ori is my new go-to. So, I’m sharing my biggest advice for a dressed up white tee.

I can’t rave enough about this Ori basic tee. It’s anything, but basic. I love it because it’s 100% cotton and not sheer or see through, so I feel comfortable wearing it all day. This might sound weird, but I love the sleeve length. The short sleeves are just long enough so they don’t bunch up under your arms.

Slightly obsessed with Ori because they are size inclusive. Sizing starts at a size 10 and goes up to size 32. I’m wearing a size 2 (18-20) because I wanted a slightly oversized fit, but it runs true to size,

I wore my Ori tee while running errands today and paired it with boyfriend jeans and my white mules. I love that the fit of it makes it so easy to dress up or dress down.

If you want a dressed up white tee outfit, my biggest advice is to accessorize. I love keeping the clothing simple and adding different accessories depending on the occasion.

For spring and summer, this outfit is perfection. I’m wearing an xl in these shorts and they are amazing. They are lightweight, high waisted, and have that super trendy paperbag detail. I love my new white espadrilles and they are under $50! They will be on repeat all year long. If you wear a half size, size down.

Another trend y’all know I’ve loved for a while, headbands. Such an easy way to add a pop of color to any outfit and they add a whole new level of chic to any outfit.

I seriously hope y’all love this Ori tee as much as me. Trust me, they’re going to be your new favorite tee. If Ori sizing doesn’t work for you, Madewell tees have always been really well made too.

cheers,

caitlin

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