GIRL POWER






Statement tees are back. I have to admit that I am not that much of a fan, except for the rare ones that match my mindset. Not that they are not pretty, but some of them have some dumb shit written on them. If I were to have something written on my chest or my back it better represents how I feel.
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Le t-shirt à message fait son grand retour. En vérité, il n'a jamais disparu, juste de ma garde robe. Parfois cringy à souhait... qui se promène encore avec du "Los Angeles Heart" écrit en Carta Magna police 120 sur soit ? (en y réfléchissant, ça aussi ça redevient tendance). 




I had given up on statement tees a few years ago because I felt like less was better. But thinking through it, sometimes it feels damn empowering to wear something that clearly shows the world how you feel. Mostly, when you need some movation. Whether it is on a bad day or just while watching yourself working out, a little reminder on your chest is always a plus. 
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Mon motto: moins il y en a mieux c'est, j'avais donc laissé au placard les messages et dessins sur t-shirts il y a un bon moment déjà. Sauf que - oui, sauf que - bah finalement c'est plutôt cool d'avoir un message qui match ton humeur. Ça évite de devoir répondre à la question "ça va?" et des fois ça motive. 




I have to admit that the message here is quite aggresive but it represents my mood quite well and gives a nice contrast with the pinky-girly outfit: I can wear whatever girly outfit I want without falling into the nice girl cliché and being myself all girly inside. Girls bite back, yes. Following up this mindset, I would greatly advise you to check I Can Be Society's website. They sell great inspiration and motivational statement apparels and accessories (their mugs are so great!). By doing this, they help people facing disabilities, discriminations, people struggling with addictions, and keep them motivated. Which, I think, is the whole point of wearing a statement piece: keep yourself and people around you motivated. (Use the code BLACK to get 25% off). 

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Bon j'avoue, le message de ce t-shirt est plutôt agressif mais il me reflète bien. Je suis pas sauvage mais y a des jours où j'aime bien qu'on me laisse tranquille. Puis, ça fait contraste avec la tenue toute rose praline poupée : pas si douce que ça au final la petite. D'ailleurs, je vous recommande d'aller faire un tour sur I Can Be Society, site qui a pour but d'aider les personnes handicapées, discriminées ou luttant contre une addiction et qui vend toute sorte de vêtements et accessoires avec des messages inspirants et motivants dessus. (-25% avec le code BLACK). Perso, j'ai eu un petit coup de coeur sur leurs mugs!





t-shirt - H&M / skirt - Pimkie / shirt - thrifted 

  1. Love your blog.! so nice babe
    Regards
    Somethingoff.com

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  2. I love your statement tee. Because that's so how I feel every moment! Hahaha. Love your blog and how this was shot. You look fabulous <3 =D

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  3. I've always been a huge fan of graphic tees, but I feel the same about the message on them. They should always have a meaningful message or a fun one. Wishing you a great week! xx

    Andreea,
    http://couturezilla.com/

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  4. I like your tee. The print is not that prominent but the message is :-)
    Have a great weekend.

    Love, Esther
    https://lifestyle-tale.com/ballerina-moment/

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  5. Love the slogan on your tee. Too cute.

    Kara Aragon
    http://www.thekaragon.com

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  6. Well said girl!! clothes and their colors don't define yourself. definitely pink doesn't mean we are not strong!! xx
    www.bonjourchiara.com

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