Say It with A Junk Food Tee

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Slogan tees are the bumper stickers of the 21st century.

With a tee you don’t need to bring your car in order to put a message out into the world. It is instantly visible. If clothes give indication about one’s identity, then t-shirts are part of that message. Are you wearing a minimalist plain basic tee, are you a fan of logos or do you want to show your love for Marvel comics, is David Bowie is your style icon or are you asking “Where’s the after party?” with a slogan tee?

American vintage-inspired tee label Junk Food Clothing have produced an amazing summer 2013 collection with men’s and women’s t-shirts that are set to create an instant impact. Like the old school tee from the 1970s or 1980s your Dad handed down to you or that you found in the thrift shop, Junk Food’s prints are washed out and the tees’ fabric is super soft.

For an all round rock chic look that feels comfortable on the skin, team your Junk Food band tee with the softest denims by Genetic and round sunnies such as the Twiggy or Winona Frame from Wildfox Sun, as well as flat ballerinas and a printed scarf. Combine your Junk Food slogan tee with the LNA Dreamer Shorts and a leather belt, a Finders Keepers clutch and some plimsolls.

Check out the Summer 2013 styles below. Self Service is asking: how would you style your Junk Food tee?

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