Back to college days ft PrintOctopus

During my college days tees with logos and slogans were a big hit! Girls paired tees with flared or boot cut low-waist jeans making college fashion really chic (2003-2006). Somehow I lost my love for tees and hardly wore them, until now! The new t-shirt trend is more polished and dapper making it a closet staple for every style enthusiast. I have been blabbering endlessly about tees for quite some time now (check here) and my love for them is growing with each day. Pair with jeans, dungarees or skirts they will never fail to impress and elevate your street style to the level T!

Recently, I came across a brand called PrintOctopus and the designs blew me away. They have a myriad of quirky graphic tees to choose from making your everyday style up to trend! A whole range of curated tees are available in food and drinks, Hindi slogans, funny, friends inspired, Coldplay inspired and many more categories. You can choose as per your interest and bonus, they are really affordable. What can be better than fashion which is affordable!

Since I am a food lover, I chose a food and drinks graphic tee with a Nutella jar picture printed on. It was love at first sight and my first instinct was to recreate my college look with this offbeat t-shirt. Keeping it classy in a blue and white summer look, I paired my white Nutella tee with low-waist flared jeans. The weather is humid currently, so I chose to tie my hair back into a low-knot and the finishing touch were a belt, dangler earrings and a sling bag.

This was pretty much my casual yet fashionable look during college days! So go on and add more tees to your closet, have some fun with your looks and create some head turning statement.

Style tip: Pair graphic or slogan tee with denim or ruffled skirts for an effortless and unique street style look!

Hope you love this style, leave your comments on whether you love t-shirts as much as I do!

Live & Love,



Jeans – Westside stores

Earrings –

Bag – Forever21

One thought on “Back to college days ft PrintOctopus

  1. Hi Charu,
    I enjoyed reading this blog post. It was simple and made
    me recall the good old days when this used to be
    trending! I look forward to seeing more posts ­čÖé

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