Recently, I’ve been on a graphic tee kick and pair them with jeans and flats on the weekend, or with a blazer and heeled booties for a more dressed up look. My other favorite way was with a sequined shirt and denim jacket for my birthday, as seen here.
I wanted to share 9 cute graphic tees for spring with the warm weather hopefully right around the corner. There are quite a few favorites, including Southern sayings, North Carolina themes, and empowerment.
9 Cute Graphic Tees for Spring
- Notorious RBG: One of my favorite tees with my favorite girl. If you haven’t seen the documentary or “On the Basis of Sex” film, I highly recommend, especially in honor of Women’s History Month.
- North Freakin’ Carolina: The description on website for this shirt really expresses my feelings about North Carolina. I always dreamed of moving to a big city but the universe kept me here. I have such pride in all that North Carolina is and can progress to be, and I like sharing all that there is to offer. Proceeds from this shirt benefit Nourish NC, an organization that provides meals children year round.
- Mayo & Tomato: There is nothing better in the summer than a fresh tomato and (Duke’s) mayo sandwich. This shirt comes with the “recipe” for the perfect tomato sandwich.
- Women Belong in the House & the Senate: This is another favorite, particularly for Women’s History Month, but all year long as well.
- I Just Want to Hang with My Dog: This tee is the one that started my obsession with graphic tees. It’s always true.
- Hug More Necks: One of my favorite Southern phrases.
- America Needs Teachers: A great reminder & one that I don’t take lightly. I was grateful for a time when I was granted a scholarship to attend college to become a teacher.
- Long Live the Butterbean: This shirt is printed in Kinston, NC and sold by Chef & the Farmer. Butterbeans are one of my favorite vegetables and I have fond memories of shelling them with my grandmother when I was young.
- Abide No Hatred: This shirt has an amazing message that Bitter Southerner provided in the aftermath Charlottesville. “White faces have to look straight into the eyes of other white faces and say: I will not abide your hatred.” Every shirt donates $5 to the Southern Poverty Law Center, an organization I feel strongly about, particularly because of their Teaching Tolerance.