How to Style A Band T-Shirt
If you have read one of my previous posts, you will know that I love going to concerts. Over my span of twenty-something years, I have been to quite a few and have accumulated a variety of t-shirts because of it. It can get boring constantly re-wearing a band t-shirt with a pair of jeans. So I wanted to give you a little inspiration to rejuvenate the life of your well-loved tee, while staying on trend.
Mix prints! Just because your shirt has a print, it doesn't mean you have to stick to the routine of pairing it with a basic pair of jeans or solid pant. You can go as subtle as black and white checked or be a little bold and pair it with a tartan trouser. Checked everything is one of my favorite trends for this fall and winter. I layered my shirt with a cropped leather jacket and checked high-waist trousers. This look is also current because we are moving away from skinny jeans and more towards straight and wide leg trousers.
LEATHER AND MORE LEATHER
Nothing says Rock N' Roll more than leather pants. It took me a bit of time to squeeze into mine, so fair warning, they aren't the most practical piece of clothing. Because they are so unforgiving, instead of tucking in your shirt, tie it just above the waist line of your pants to enhance that edgy I don't give a, well you know, feel. If pants aren't your jam, you can go for a leather mini skirt and knee high boots.
I know I said pairing a band tee with jeans can get boring, but detail is EVERYTHING. Distressed denim gives another dimension to an outfit by adding subtle details. The trend of embellished or embroidered denim creates the same effect. Pairing the t-shirt with an oversized blazer and a light washed distressed denim is a feminine take on ripped jeans while incorporating menswear.