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Here's Dakota Fanning in our September issue, sporting the tee that started it all. Click through to see how eight Lucky editors styled their shirts.
Melissa Lum, accessories editor
"I want to style this t-shirt like I would a rock tee—with a leather skirt, jeans or to the gym and let it get better with age."
Katia Kuethe, creative director
"Laurel Pantin picked these dreamy super-wide-leg cream wool Edun pants for me—I absolutely adore Laurel and would (almost) wear a garbage bag if she told me to. I love wearing minimalist, classic and monochromatic or tonal looks—white with ivory, baby blue with dark denim, etc.—so in that sense she styled me #veryme."
Megan O'Neill, senior associate beauty editor
"A cool t-shirt with loose, army-green shorts is just chill, haphazard perfection. And sort of Gwen Stefani-ish in its androgyny."
Jenna Gottlieb, senior fashion writer
"There’s something really throwback-cool about a graphic logo tee. And when I say throwback, I mean '90s—my favorite! It’s fun to play up that vibe with khaki trousers and a baseball hat. Go Bears!"
Elana Fishman, senior digital editor
"I take most of my style cues from Taylor Swift—laugh all you want, but the girl knows how to put together a flawless preppy-meets-retro ensemble—so pairing my tee with Wayfarers, a classic red lip and a denim skirt in my preferred fit-and-flare silhouette felt like a total no-brainer. And since I'm slowly exploring the 'challenging world of bare midriffs,' to quote Clueless, I knotted the shirt at my middle to turn it into a crop top."
Hayley Phelan, fashion features editor
"I'm a pretty casual dresser, so to me, the best way to wear a cool t-shirt is simple—just add a pair of lived-in boyfriend jeans!"
Virginia Nam, social media director
"I paired my Lucky tee with a pair of Nike sweatpants with a graphic 'Just Do It' logo on the side of the leg (normcore at its finest). The trench coat adds structure and polish to the otherwise very casual look."
Jayna Maleri, senior fashion writer
"I love a windowpane print, and I really love culottes, so the pants were a no-brainer. The red, white and blue palette is one I wear a lot—it's classic and simple and a little bit preppy. Perfect!"