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Olivia Wilde's Graphic-T-Shirt Obsession Is Out Of Control

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    We imagine Olivia Wilde's dresser drawers look something like this. And, that's not because she necessarily strikes us as the incredibly neat, perfectionist type. Rather, well, have you seen her T-shirt collection? We've noticed a very distinct — and wonderful — pattern in the wardrobe of the future Mrs. Jason Sudeikis. And, it revolves around her affinity for a great graphic tee.

    In Wilde's wardrobe, a screen-printed top acts as a neutral. She's worn one tucked into a pencil skirt, under a sleek pantsuit, and, of course, slouchy with a pair of jeans. These short-sleeved shirts let the actress add in her down-to-earth, funny personality, but without getting too kitschy. Wilde's mastered the perfect mix, and the outfits ahead are solid (well, graphic-printed) proof.

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