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Photos by Brandon Hill

As my last semester of college comes to a close, I’ve been really focused on building my casual wardrobe. College has been all about athleisure for me. While I do still love me some athleisure, as I get out into the real world more and more I’ve realized that this look isn’t always appropriate outside of the college bubble.

The reason why I always show up to class in workout wear is because it’s comfortable and easy. Plus, as someone who is constantly busy and running around, these two things are a must. If you’re in the same boat as I am, you’re probably thinking… what’s a girl to do?

Let me introduce you to my secret weapon: graphic teesβ€”aka a way to look like you’ve put a lot more effort into your outfit than you actually have. Personally, I tend to gravitate towards band tees like this AC/DC one because I’m a music loverβ€”especially rock and roll.

T-shirts like this one a snap to style and don’t require much more effort than an athleisure look. I just threw on a pair of jeans, a fuzzy jacket, and my new favorite slip on sneakers for an outfit that is as comfortable as it is cute. Shop it all down below!

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