There’s nothing more classic than a white tee. It’s a universal wardrobe staple that will never go out of style. And for good reason! It goes with anything and everything. You can wear it during winter, spring, summer or fall. Dress it up, dress it down. Layer it up or make it the focal point of your look. The possibilities are endless. These 10 outfits are on our radar for their unique twists and personal styling touches. If you need proof your white tee can work in a variety of ways, read on.
Michelle Williams is always a source of style inspiration. We love how she paired goldenrod overalls with Birkenstocks for a cute outfit for running errands.
Tonya Smith always has a knack for taking basic pieces and turning them into envy-worthy outfits. Her home is no different, check out our home tour with her here.
Sure, you’ve seen a slip dress over a white tee, but have you ever seen one with nipple clamps?
Crystal is always a source of fashion inspiration, and we love how she can mix and match quirky pieces effortlessly.
Twist and tuck your basic white tee for a stylish look. Bonus points for pairing it with neon green sandals and a fun bucket hat.
My girl crush Zoë Kravitz can do no wrong. She just looks so effortlessly cool in her white tee, cuffed jeans, loafers and chunky gold jewelry.
White tees are work wardrobe staples. They look great when paired with your favorite midi skirt and boots. Just swap out the boots for sneakers for a casual after-work look.
Layer your white tee under a button-down that can be tied at the waist for a cute, stylish look.
A dress layered over a white tee and a pair of pants might seem like a lot, yet this look somehow still looks casually cool.
Use a white tee as a foundational piece to layer colors and textures. I love this combo of rust-colored pants and bubble gum pink jacket.
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