Tired of tees? Five budget-friendly alternatives

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The t-shirt is a wardrobe basic, no matter who you are or what you do all day, but when you're a mom, you rely even more on the trusty tee. It's easy to wear, easy to wash, and easy to find. No fuss, no muss, no hassle.

Just make sure you're not sacrificing style for simplicity.

The basic crew neck tee is versatile and comfy and can indeed be dressed up, for day or evening; add a cool necklace or scarf, or a pretty cardigan, and your tee can go pretty much anywhere. But don't just default to the crew neck -- mix it up a little when you shop for tees. Look for pretty necklines with ruching or fancy sleeves; go for colors that aren't white or black or gray.

Here are five tee alternatives, all from Old Navy, all for under $25.00. Wear them with your yoga pants and your jeans and -- even! -- a skirt. Wash and dry and go, go, go.

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