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5 Simple, Yet Cool Ways To Nail The White-T Trend

If you don't have a white tee in your wardrobe, shame on you!  It's hands down one of the easiest item of clothing to keep in your closet.  It's literally a classic and super comfortable.  To date I probably have at least 10 different white tee's.  While I'm only giving you 5 really easy ways to style this closet staple, the possibilities are endless.

Pairing a slightly longer tee over some distressed denim with a colorful blazer and a killer pair of heels for a street glam look is everything, right?  And if you want to be super cool, try tucking in the front of your shirt.    

In some cases a V-neck tee is so much better than a regular crew neck.  Why?  They make you look a lot cooler - wink, wink!  But really it's only a matter of personal preference.  V-necks can give your look a little sex appeal.  

Dressing down a fancy bottom with a white tee is not as hard as it may seem.  Whether you're sashaying around town in a shiny gold sequin skirt or an all black leather mini; with your statement accessories and a bad girl attitude... You've now become the IT girl! 

While I'm not a huge fan of crop tops, they are so cute.  They can be worn with so many different pieces in an array of styles.  And before you completely write off not wearing them, give it a try.  I'm pretty sure there's a way for you to shine in a crop.   

Graphic tee's can directly express who you are without you even having to open your month.  What better way to make a statement then to "say it with ya chest" - Kevin Hart  Don't be afraid to sub out a plain white tee and go for the way cooler graphic tee. 

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Mini Graffiti Skirt + Neon Yellow Clutch

Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style

I swear! This Atlanta weather is bipolar.  One day it's sunny, then the next day we're bracing ourselves for a mini hurricane.  I was suppose to shoot yesterday but had to reschedule for this weekend due to the 'storm.'  But no complaints because things could be worst.

Today's #ootd got me reliving my younger years with this teeny bopper skirt.  I knew it was short, but didn't realize how short it actually is.  Let's just say picking up anything past my waist is not an option.  Although my style ranges from edgy to playful, there's still some things I shy away from.  Wearing a skirt this short is definitely out of my comfort zone, that's why I went with sneakers (my fave) instead of a heeled shoe to keep my lady parts from drawing the wrong type of attention.  I paired the skirt with this moto jacket since it's still a tad breezy out.  And for good measure, I added this cute little neon clutch.  I dare you to try something different, something you've thought about wearing but were afraid to.  Go ahead you can do it.

Moto -- H&M (old, similar here and here) // V-neck T -- Forever 21 // Skirt -- Shein (a longer version here) // Sneakers -- ShoeDazzle (sold out, similar here or here) // Clutch -- Thrifted (try this one

Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style
Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style
Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style
Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style
Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style
Melodie Stewart, The Style Klazit, graffiti print skirt, shoedazzle white sneakers, h&m black moto jacket, Atlanta style blogger, street style

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