Fashion Staple Used: Graphic Tee
I’ve been in Miami the past few days for Art Basel. Even though I grew up in Miami, I’ve never had the opportunity to attend the international art show. Essentially all of South Beach and the Design District turn into a cultural combination of galleries, installations, pop-ups and parties. Inspired by the event, I decided to DIY one of my fave tees from Old Navy.
Neon always reminds of Miami, so I added fluorescent accents to the graphics and painted Miami across J’Adore (I made it ombre by starting with pink and layering the bottom with yellow). You can replicate the DIY for your city, too!
My favorite part of Basel was visiting the more intimate galleries. You can attend a party, or just pop in to check out the art. I stumbled upon Van Alpert’s exhibition, which draws inspiration from Hollywood icons. The graphic black and white designs, accented by pops of color seemed like the perfect fit for my outfit on Day 1 of Art Basel.
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Photos by Spiro Mandylor
Tee: Old Navy (DIY version)
Skirt: Nordstrom (also like this one)
Bag: Brahmin (similar)
Bracelets: Stella & Dot
Nails: Essie “Cascade Cool”
This post was sponsored by Old Navy. Check out Old Navy’s latest fashion lineup in store or online at oldnavy.com.
You look so cute! Love the DIY tee. Sad we couldn’t meet up… next time! XO
Such a cute DIY! I need to switch up my Old Navy tee 🙂
Very fun neon and ombre colored graphic text shirt! Love the pleated monochrome skirt too, such a classy and pretty piece!