- What else would we combine with cargo pants returns?
- Just when you thought that the trend in Y2K might not keep coming back, the fashion world twisted you.
Enter: graphic tee. There were dozens of ways to make a statement on your t-shirt in the early ’00s. To begin with, the more controversial the formulation, the better (perhaps this is a retrospective from Abercrombie…). Back then, it was all about Ed Hardy’s wild graphics before getting into the say-inspiring phase, the kind that is very popular in group training.
We’ve seen a resurgence in recent months, initiated by some of our favorite style icons. Sometimes they’re funny and weird, sometimes they have strong meanings, and sometimes they’re just random harvest picks that might mean nothing.
But one thing is for sure: Graphic T-shirts in all shapes and sizes are mostly back for summer 2021. From texts that make us laugh about pop culture, we complement the T-shirts we make, we make a double claim, along with where you can enter your statement options.
The Funny TeeAddison Rae is Y2K’s return queen (she’s even been spotted wearing a Von Dutch hat), so of course, so we weren’t too surprised to see her Britney Spears channel. Circa 2002 (Remember “Dump Him -Tea”)? Icon. ) This sarcastic graphic trio is something they took from Depop, but a similar version can be found on TeePublic.
What news! The TikTok star also announced that they would be out in May feeling sexy and sad wearing this oversized version with leggings, sneakers, and a bag of furry purple hands. If Bella Hadid has a trend, it’s almost guaranteed to be everywhere in a few months, so are tops and chassis. We’re therefore ready, of course, to follow suit with their own silly, harsh Tootsie Pop Tea, many of which are available on Depop.