I’m loving the simply life at the moment; outside of work I’m living in jeans and t-shirt combinations when having to leave the house.  In the house, leggings and tees are my go-to.

I’m more relaxed in myself than I have been the past few years, my career is going well, my body confidence is swelling, and I feel I’ve settled into my own slightly weird, slightly quirky personality.   I always use to apologise about myself – now I just don’t give a damn.

I think this relaxation in mind set has led to a relaxation in my style.   I’m more willing to experiment and try new things, but I’m also more likely to just throw on something that I’m comfortable in.   T-shirts are just that – soft cotton against my skin feels great and if it has a graphic print or a quirky slogan then I’m even happier.

These are just some I’m craving right now; I think they’d look great in New York next month, paired with skinny jeans, a jacket and some red lippy for exploring cocktail bars and quirky restaurants (not to forget The Met).

8 PLUS SIZE SLOGAN T-SHIRTS

1. River Island Plus ‘American Tour’

2. Joanie Clothing ‘Baguette About It’

3. Boohoo ‘Peace’

4. Joanie Clothing ‘Brunch Club’

5. Flox Creative ‘I am not a unicorn’

6. Forever 21 ‘Pretty Mess’

7. Simply Be ‘Sisters Before Misters’

8. New Look ‘She Can and She Will’

Do you have a thing for slogans?   Which are your favourite?

C x

5 thoughts

  1. I don’t know why but that baguette one really made me laugh! My favourites that I already own both came from primark and one has a little kitten saying you’ve cat to be kitten me and the other is one that says nap queen which pretty much sums me up perfectly

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