I love writing blog posts, but I have to say, this was my all-time favorite wishlist to write since 90% of my wardrobe includes jeans (here’s my favorite pair) with a colorful T-shirt, blouse, or sweatshirt.
Oh, and since Christmas is coming up, I had to (really wanted to) share a couple of seasonal options. Ready to do a little window shopping with me?
Griswold Family Christmas
If you haven’t watched the classic ’80s movie National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation, add it to your list this year. My family loves it so much that we watch it every year.
All Dressed Up Nowhere to Go
I bought this shirt during the covid lockdown, but I still wear it all the time. It’s from one of my favorite Etsy shops— how fun are these custom ink portraits?
Wake Me When It’s The Weekend
To whom it may concern, please wake me up when it’s the weekend. Thanks!
As a “crazy Boston terrier lady” it’s important to own at least a few shirts, socks, and maybe even a coffee mug. I said I was crazy … haha.
I’m a sucker for quirky food shirts, and this one takes the cake (cake for breakfast, of course).
The Most Wonderful Time of The Year
Here’s another seasonal favorite that I plan to wear on Christmas Day. Does anyone else love pink and red together as much as I do?
I am a true Virgo, and I’m all about the mix of tie-dye and zodiac signs on these shirts. This is from a cute shop in my hometown, so if you want to “shop local,” I highly recommend their goods!
I love thrifting and finding old sweatshirts with cool fonts and designs. This one happens to be new, but it totally has that vintage vibe.
I’ll admit, I have a pretty big collection of crystals and gems, but they’re mainly for decoration on my coffee table. I have a few friends who would love this shirt (I’m thinking out loud for Christmas gift ideas).
Two (very important) words of wisdom: cheese please! Such a cute shirt for any cheese lover.
Griswold / Zodiac / Weekend / Crystals / Breakfast / Dressed Up / Wonderful Time / Boston Terrier / Ski / Cheese
Speaking of graphic tees and sweatshirts, Elsie and Emma launched a charity shop with some really cute designs (coffee mugs, too!). All proceeds go to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.