12 Print Patterned Tees and Tanks for Summer 2015

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With the temperature rising now that summer is in full effect, you may opt to wear more T-shirts and tank tops for clothing that breathe. Print patterned tees and tanks can give the casual styles an upgrade from basic solids while also looking refined. I brought a couple new favorites with me to Tel Aviv earlier this month. Details about them below along with other styles to consider getting this summer.

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One print pattern top to get this summer is RVCA‘s Canker tank with its colorful pineapples – a fruit print that’s been popular this season. Styled it with khaki olive shorts from Frank & Oak, Coach aviators and lace-up espadrilles from ALDO.

Other printed tanks to shop include ones by 2Xist, Express, Burkman Bros, Topman and H&M.

Printed Tees

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Love the use of sand tone and leaf prints on Banana Republic‘s Heritage Tee. It’s so versatile that it can easily be dressed up or worn casually like I am here. Styled it with Mavi denim shorts, canvas slip-ons from Frank & Oak, and a pair of BR sun specs.

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Other printed tees to shop include ones from Native Youth, Deus Ex Machina, Carhartt WIP, Hentsch Man and Paul Smith.

 


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Posted on June 25, 2015, in Fashion, Shopping and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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