One of the most versatile items ever is the white cotton tee. You can dress it up, you can dress it down, you can layer it… it gets a lot of wear! I keep mine bright and fresh with Clorox, and I’m so happy that Clorox & Cotton Incorporated asked me to partner with them on this Spring fashion sponsored post! Cotton & Clorox are pretty much the perfect pairing to keeping clothes looking clean and fresh – they’re both a staple at my house with two messy kids. Today I’m sharing 4 easy ways to wear your white cotton tee with items you might already have!
This first look is really just going with the white on white idea. I pulled in a little color with the blue earrings but otherwise just kept it really simple. This is also great paired with white jeans or a white skirt.
One of my favorite tricks is tying a tee in a knot. I usually tie it in the back like I have here, but I’m not opposed to the front tie ;) This just helps you get a little more shape out of a boxy or loose tee and looks great paired with fun skirts.
Here I’ve just thrown it over a bikini and paired it with a sarong. An easy coverup for the pool or beach! (Don’t worry about seeing the color of your suit under the tee.)
And here with denim jeans and a little neck scarf. I love bandana scarves right now and there are so many cute designs. Casual but still pulled together.
Of course the most important detail is having a bright and fresh white tee. Not only does Clorox Regular Bleach fight stains, it also fights odor and sanitizes every load of your bleachable laundry. Odor build up occurs thanks to bacteria and sweat (yuck, but a fact of life). Adding Clorox bleach to loads of bleachable fabrics will remove tough stains, keep whites brighter longer, and sanitize your laundry to kill 99.9% of bacteria (which causes odor)! Cotton’s breathable, non-synthetic fabric is so much better for odors – making this duo a staple in our home!
PS, does anyone else always keep a Clorox Bleach Pen Gel handy? The best little tool!
Photography by Charlotte Elizabeth Photo. Thank you to Clorox & Cotton for partnering on this post.