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For some, Red Nose Day means bathing in beans, silly dress-up and general tomfoolery. For the more fashion forward, we're celebrating in style with a limited edition Comic Relief tee, designed by none other than iconic British designer, Vivienne Westwood, sold nationwide in TK Maxx.

After we covered the t-shirts' launch a couple of months ago, TK Maxx, asked us if we wouldn't mind popping down to style up the tee's, for some ideas of how best to wear your designer piece. This was a challenge if ever we heard one, and as you may have noticed earlier this week, at Mango's workwear styling event, we're not ones to refuse a challenge, besides it's all in the name of charity right?

With a lack of mannequins (our graphic designer Lottie stepped in, big thanks) and a busy shop floor, I'd liken this to some form of guerilla styling. In the end, I came up with three different ways to wear these cool printed tees.

The first look played on this season's seventies trend with floor length Alberta Ferrati Dress (£299 was £1460), knotted oversized Hogarth Comic Relief Tee (£9.99), and floppy Seventies Hat (£9.99). Secondly, I went for a casual look with the Punk Printed Tee (£14.99), ultra Skinny Jeggings (£9.99), Superdry Trainers (£24.99) and cross body Satchel Bag (£18.99). I finished by teaming the Punk Print Racerback Vest (£9.99) simply with a nude pleated Pollini Leather Skirt (£299 was £1040) and studded Pumps (£16.99), for a spring-friendly, feminine look.

If you want to get your hands on one of these tee's (their cool sketched prints make them totally wearable post Comic Relief) click here.

You can also donate to Comic Relief here.