The good old reliable t-shirt. We all have one....or two, or three, or four. (Let's be serious!) No matter the season, they're a must-have.
Here's the problem: With so many fabulous options to choose from, like rocker, v-neck, and the beloved boyfriend, it can be dizzying trying to pair them perfectly and come up with new ways to make them look, well, new!
GalTime checked in with celebrity fashion stylist Colin McDonald for the 411 on this season's coolest tees (We bet you already have some in your closet!), and how to make them shine this summer.
Rock n' Roll /Vintage Tee: These types of shirts are easily complemented by a maxi skirt in lace or another textured material. If you want to show a little leg, have fun with colored denim or ripped denim shorts.
Junk Food MTV Logo Tank, $29
Nautical Stripes: The key here is mixing in some bold colored or neon denim. This helps to give off the nautical vibe without looked too themed.
BB Dakota Evette Striped Knit Top, $75
Bright/Bold: With a bright or bold tee, try color blocking. Color blocking is huge right now, so any other fun colored bottom can work. You can also add a neutral color like khaki, black, or white to balance out a look. Dark denim works great, too!
Gap Essex Sugar Wash Scoop, $19.95
V-Neck: To dress down a v-neck tee, a pleated maxi skirt will do the trick.You could also try a pair of cropped pants and a blazer, a great look for those casual Fridays at work!
This James Perse Short Sleeve Relaxed V-Neck will go with anything!, $50
Oversized/Boyfriend: If the tee is long enough, belt it and wear it as a fun, summertime dress. For a more casual style, leggings or jeggings will keep you looking relaxed and chic all day long.
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Rag & Bone V-Neck Boyfriend Tee, $80
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Colin T. McDonald is a noted fashion stylist in New York City. He is quickly emerging as a future face in the industry. Along with being a stylist, he commentates daily for many highly noted critics both on and off the red carpet. Still finding time, he is also a fashion consultant for top and emerging brands lending them his eye and expertise. Lastly, he has recently launched a style blog titled Stylesource and online media platform styleTV.