Recently I stumbled across Wonder Witch Boutique on Instagram and I was instantly in love with their designs. Created by Natalie Linaweaver this store creates tees and artwork inspired by literature classics. Combining amazing rock and roll inspired visuals with your favourite characters or novels - what's not to love? I'm wearing all of these band style tees in XL.
Pride and Prejudice but make it Guns and Roses inspired! When I checked our Wonder Witch website I instantly clicked on the Jane Austen collection. I've been a fan of Austen's works since I was a very young girl and every piece called to me.
So obviously my first choice had to be this perfect Austen band tee! Skulls, roses, and literature - oh hell yes!
The print and softness of these tees have also blown my mind. These are a perfect fit all in the XL and the soft cotton is a dream to wear. I think, in all honesty, I might need every tee off this website!
The most powerful woman Medusa in a very Metalica-style print? GIVE IT TO ME!!!! The colours used for this artwork and the perfectly placed make me swoon.
My styling for this shoot was much more casual than usual I wanted to pair these band tees with high-waisted flares and my favourite belt and leather jacket. The pieces I'd naturally gravitate towards when wearing such tees. The results are perfection!
Every piece from this store is iconic in its own right but there is something magical about this retro print.
Now I will admit choosing only one Edgar Allan Poe print was hard but I knew that the anatomical heart/face combo needed to be mine. Forever a sucker for Poe and even more of a sucker for a raw and realistic heart print.
As you can see this tee really pops and the artwork is amazing! I can't wait to get my hands on the Nevermore tee next order.
Just look at that detail! I swear these designs are made for people with larger chests as well as each style fits my curves perfectly.
I'm sure you've also noticed over time that I have an ever-so-slight obsession with Sleepy Hollow or Headless Horseman stories. So when this epic 80s inspired print popped up on my screen it was a must-have.
A perfect Halloween all-year-round piece inspired by a story that is loved by so many creepy horror lovers like myself.
Which is your favourite? How would you style each tee? Let me know if you'd like to see any more of their amazing artwork and clothing on Curves To Kill?
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