Rock n' Roll Tee

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So is anyone sick of a band tee yet? Cause I'm not. I am glad to say the graphic band tee trend is here to stay! There are so many options now it's so hard to choose. There are a million ways to style it so I wanted to show something a little different.


This look was fun for me to put together. Most things I show you are looks I have worn in my life. Either it's a casual weekend look or the rare occasion I get to go to dinner or grab a drink. This look was purely created for the blog, but it's aspirational for me. I am thinking of concert, or festival look. It's a little funky for just dinner for me, but I go to a lot of concerts and this would definitely work well. As the temperatures drop you can trade out these mules for some ankle boots and tights or even a well placed OTK boot. For now, though I wanted to work leopard into this look in a different way. The shoes are from last year but I linked up some similar pieces. This skirt is old too but I just love this shape. It's fairly fitted but is a straight line. I find that skater skirts or A-line just don't work for me. This is the most flattering shape and a bit high waisted creates a sexy silhouette. The top is the hero piece. From local boutique Tula, which normally is a go-to for neutral comfy basics. This tee is hand screen printed in LA so the shipping is a bit long but 100% worth it. Definitely TTS (I bought a small) and long enough to french tuck, knot or wear over leggings. I have the spanx leather leggings and this wears perfectly over it. Best thing? It's on sale for $32







Tee| Tula Boutique 
Skirt| Free People (similar / similar)
Shoes| Primp (similar / similar)
Hat| From a friend (similar / similar)

What's your favorite way to wear a band tee?

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