image via Pink Peonies
Graphic tees have been around for quite a while and we're seeing them getting not only more clever, but also more endearing and appealing. You can say who you are , what you think, and what you want others to know about you without saying a word. My dad says graphic tees are just an expensive bumper sticker, but haven't we always stated who we are with our clothes? Now we are just getting less obscure in our statements.I like graphic tees with a design that are simple and straightforward, not too cluttered, and placed well (no staring right at my, uh boobs). So a super-suggestive slogan is not what I'm are after. It seems that designers are finally getting the, ahem, message.