Styling A White T-shirt With Guest Bloggers (+ Limited Edition Charity T-shirt!)

This blog post has it all.

T-shirt styling? Check.
Guest bloggers? Check.
A new limited edition t-shirt? Check.
And that t-shirt is to raise money for charity? CHECK.

I’m so freakin’ excited to share this shirt with you and I’m double excited that these awesome ladies agreed to help me show you how they style it!
Erika of Peony + Honey and Stella of The Hearts Delight are 2 of my favorite local bloggers and these pics will definitely make you want to check them out.

If you want to skip right to the t-shirt info, click here.
If you want to see some serious style inspo, keep scrolling!

 

ERIKA

This is a style I think of as classic but elevated.
White tee, wavy hair, natural make-up?
Perfect classic summer look.
Now pair that with a printed pant,
boom! Elevated.
I’m all in on the print trends
going on right now.
Snake skin, leopard, and camo are my faves!
Such an easy way to take a look up a notch.

Erika Fundraiser Blog
Stella+babes+blog
 

STELLA

Now this is how you dress up a t-shirt!
I love mixing casual and dressy pieces
and I think the denim jacket and t-shirt
pair so well with the sequin skirt and heels!
I also love how both ladies tied the shirt
up in different ways. It’s so easy
to tuck or tie a t-shirt and totally
change the fit without
actually altering it!

 

SAM

Since these ladies nailed some
of my favorite styles I had to rack my brain
for another way I love to wear a white t-shirt.
I’ve been very into the monochrome look
and it’s been fun playing around with
whites and neutrals for summer!
These linen shorts are so comfy and they still
look polished! Paired with a white sneaker it’s
really the perfect summer day look.

Sam Babes Blog Post

NOW FOR THE FUN(DRAISING) PART.

This “babes supporting babes” t-shirt is for sale for a limited run (6/24-7/8) and is to raise money for the Girl Up Foundation! Get more info on the shirt here.

Girl Up is an organization started by the United Nations that helps girls all around the world with not only health and safety concerns but also with education, leadership training, and empowerment. To read more, click here.

$10 of every shirt will be donated directly to Girl Up.