With The Band


If I could live in one article of clothing for the rest of my life it would be a T-shirt, a band T-shirt to be precise. As a constant concertgoer and lover of all things comfy, I’ve acquired many band shirts over the years. I love the story and memories a shirt like that can bring to an outfit, plus they’re endlessly versatile. They can be worn to your day job, brunch, yoga, and even meeting the parents.

As a Charleston music blogger, it isn’t uncommon to see me wearing one of my favorite bands across my chest. But since I am more concerned with what the setlist is going to look like rather than myself, I asked my fashionista friend, Jenna, from a Just A Touch Too Much to help me style my favorite tees. After much debate, we decided on three different looks: glam nightlife, 70’s causal, and monochromatic brunch.

Glam Nightlife


Shovel and Rope T, sequin shorts (similar), leather jacket (similar), black booties (similar)

70’s Causal

Tyler Boone T, wide-leg jeans (similar), kimono (similar), platform sandals (similar)

Monochromatic Brunch

Glass Mansions T, grey jeans (similar), black wedge sneakers, key necklace, thunderbird necklace (similar)

Much like a stage performance, owning your own style is about confidence and individuality. Each of these shirts reminds me of a time I got to do what I’m passionate about, which is supporting local, live music. So grab your favorite band tee, turn up some tunes, and own what makes you feel like a rockstar. But be share to it with me by tagging @discoteepee in your pictures! A million thanks to Michael and Ian from the Charleston-based blog, I Love That For You for capturing me in my best light.

Lastly, no post of mine would be complete without a playlist of some local music. I’ve compiled a playlist of musicians that also have some style both musically and aesthetically.

Meggie Hulsey heads up the blog, Disco Teepee, covering local and regional music. Music changes moods and minds. This is her journey to bring the...

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