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Thursday, 22 August 2013

FIFTY-ONE/ jude law and a semester abroad

Band tees are a staple in my wardrobe. I can seriously never have too many of them. I go to a ton of concerts so I pick them up there, and I order a lot online as well. The majority of the band tees that I own are reserved for wearing around the house but I do wear a few of them to work and to run errands. They are just undeniably comfortable and they are great expression of who you are.

One of the only things in this world that I'm more passionate about than fashion is music and I strongly believe that you can tell a lot about a person by who their favourite artists are. Although I don't create any music of my own, I listen to an (almost) unhealthy amount of it. I view music as an escape and it has the ability to comfort me and alter my mood. I love a whole range of genres, with pop punk probably being at the top of always growing list. Seeing live music is my absolute favourite thing in the world and I've travelled to different cities and provinces to see my some of my favourite bands. The band on this t-shirt is Brand New and they have been a staple in my life ever since high school. I still get goosebumps whenever I listen to their music. The most wonderful part about them, in my opinion, is that every album they have is a completely different genre. Although they're all pretty dark, they have an album that suits every mood.

I paired this band tee with a maxi skirt, a purple cardigan with faux fur, leopard print shoes, pink lips and a ton of black and gold accessories to make it slightly less casual. 

T-SHIRT/ Online SWEATER/ Dress Barn PURSE/ Zara (via consignment)
BRACELETS/ Ardenes SKIRT/ Lane Bryant SHOES/ Airwalk

* All pictures were taken by Michael Tundo

4 comments:

  1. ADORE that sweater! OMG. Fabulous. And that bag screams ROSIE.

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    1. Thanks girl. I keep hearing people say that about the bag, too funny.

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