Not all T-shirts are created equal, especially if you are going for an easy, breezy summer look…….
What’s a slub tee? Well, you know how most tees are smooth? A slub tee has a slight texture. Thicker raised threads on the fabric surface give the tee a more organic, tactile look and feel.
You can see the texture here. The slub cotton blend makes the tee look and feel more natural, more relaxed, and more summery. It’s the same kind of vibe you get from summer linen.
I love how light and super soft this tee is. It feels so luxurious and comfy! See how great it looks with these darling tassel cropped pants and colorful ruana wrap? This outfit is a great way to wear white if you worry that white pants make you look heavy (I get asked about this often).
Wear this white slub tee with white cropped jeans and this colorful ruana wrap. This all-white pairing with a shot of color at the sides creates a long, lean line that draws the eye up and down and makes you look very slender. The tee’s slub texture also keeps your all-white column of color from looking boring.
Of course, some colorful beaded jewelry looks stunning on this sleek white tee. Be sure to pick up on the colors in the patchwork ruana. Did you notice those cute earrings?
This is a great outfit for summer weekends and perfect for a vacation.
Click through the shop the post links to see the sleeves. They end just above the elbow, which is wonderful when you are not crazy about showing your upper arms. The tee’s rounded hemline is feminine and great for layering.
I just wanted to show you the back of this vibrant wrap…..
and my clutch too. More beading!~ Fun.
White tees come in very handy in summer because you can wear them with anything and create so many different looks. It’s nice to find one with a bit of personality ( the slub texture), but that is still versatile. The best news is Chico’s slub tee comes in 4 other colors so have a look!
If you like my look, you can shop it by using the shop the post links above. You can’t go wrong with this cute, 24/7 slub tee!
*Thanks to Chico’s for sponsoring this post.