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Graphic Print Tees from Art Hustle

I was looking for some quirky graphic print t-shirts online a few days ago just to sport casually during the day, maybe for a workout and for a holiday I’ve been planning since ages (the destination still remains unknown!) and found a website called Art Hustle which caught my attention. I mean I do love myself some typical ‘geek’, ‘dork’ and ‘nerd’ tees when it comes to graphic print but it’s quite refreshing to see them retail such an unseen variety. Most of these t-shirt prints I haven’t ever come across on the high street which always gets me excited as I like to have a wardrobe that I don’t see others sporting on the street.

Do you love graphic print tees or those with quotes on them? My life revolves around quotes and tag lines so much that I literally have them on frames, phone covers, laptop cases, bed sheets, wallpapers and even flash drives! I personally feel graphic print merchandise is a classic phenomenon like the skinny jeans and iPhone you see. It’s not going to fade anytime soon or go out of fashion because quotes, whatever they say, define your personality and are the easiest way to make a fashion statement. These t-shirts are undoubtedly geared and more suited towards a younger audience but if styled appropriately, do have the ability to look chic and constitute a sophisticated yet fun outfit. I took some of my favourite graphic print picks from Art Hustle’s online store and create a few looks with them.

It’s easy to go for a casual sporty look with graphic print tees when thrown on with some sneakers, bomber jacket and mini messenger bags but they actually look pretty cool when paired with something more contrasting and grown up like structured blazers, sky high stilettos and large tote bags that can tone down it’s casualness and youthfulness by just a notch. There are so many festivals and concerts happening this season, it’s unbelievable. If you are always stuck in a rut with your festival clothing or can’t decide what to sport, I’d personally stay safe and style around a cute graphic print tee. Makes life much easier!

I’ve also been looking for some graphic print t-shirts for working out in or to mix up with pj’s and it’s just so expensive out there. I’m seriously not spending £15 on a t-shirt I am going to sleep or sweat in. Hence my hunt for more affordable online stores and I’m pleased to inform those on a tight budget that Art Hustle tees are under a tenner. Two thumbs up for that! They also do some super funky hoodies and jackets for this in-between, unpredictable weather so check them out as well.

The amazing people at Art Hustle have also provided Get Gawjus readers with a £5 discount if you shop from their online store along with free shipping using the code ‘getgawjus5’. Excuse me while I go and stock my wardrobe with some uber cool essentials from them. 

Lima said...

The graphic looks amaze! Especially the chanel lookalike.

I'm hopefully making my own tees soon along with tanks and crop tops!


deanlondon said...

Just ordered a bunch of stuff for my holiday. Who doesn't like a funky tee?!

deanlondon said...

Just ordered a bunch of stuff for my holiday. Who doesn't like a funky tee?!




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