Style a Basic Cute Tee for the Season

Fall weather is moving in and I’m sharing how to style a basic cute tee for the season!⁠ Keep reading to see the look and get full outfit deals!

Don’t Mess with Mama- isn’t that the truth sometimes? Or all the time? JK.
I know that sometimes I am definitely a no-nonsense kinda Mama. Don’t get me wrong, I love my kiddos. But there are times when I’m definitely not playing.

You know the times you’re rushing out the door to make an appointment and they want to bring every toy they can carry plus suddenly forget how to put their shoes on? Or when they skip nap which turns into a whine-melt-a-thon when making dinner? Or worse, a stranger wants to give advice or opinion about your kids on the playground. Yep. For sure. Don’t mess with Mama, please!

Don't Mess with Mama Tee

I picked this cute tee up from the gals at Beck and Call in the Oregon District (Dayton) in the spring and it is one of my favorite tees to wear! It’s cute by it’s self with jeans, a short skirt or shorts. It’s also super easy to layer as we transition into fall.

Style a basic tee for the season with one simple item. A cardigan!

A quick front knot with a simple maxi skirt makes for an EASY outfit. Make sure to grab a cardigan on the way out the door though- because with fall weather here in Ohio you can be hot one minute and chilly the next!

Style a Basic Cute Tee
Style a Basic Cute Tee for the Season

Tee: Beck and Call
Maxi skirt: Charlotte Russe (now closed; similar)
Cardigan: Old Navy (similar | similar)
Sunnies: Gift (similar | similar)

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