Music triggers art. Sound waves invisible to the naked eye are revealed by artists, oscilloscopes and trips imagined. Some people hear colors. Others see colors when music plays. Lucky them. For the rest of us, Theresa Shea makes the invisible apparent in our newest BayouWear motif, Music Lines.
Jon Batiste is descended from a distinguished music line, as are the Marsalis Brothers. New Orleans is America’s music line. Jazz Fest is the music line we all get into; a second line for the soul. Now BayouWear brings you a music line for your body. Dance in it, parade in it, go to Fest in it, live in it, work in it, play in it. Get in the line that brings joy. Wavy groovy duotone NOJF buttons secure the trip.
Global warming has nothing on summer in New Orleans. Our HowAhYa® Hawaiian-style super-soft washable rayon shirt is the ultimate expression of life in the swamps. The working buttonhole at the collar converts this versatile shirt from bayou day wear to bistro evening wear; just add a jacket.
This Hawaiian-style camp shirt dresses up, down and all-around. A core fashion item for every wardrobe and perhaps the most famous shirt of its kind in the world. Each fabric is complemented by thematically matching custom buttons that raise each shirt to another level. Made in the USA. Read about the Music Lines fabric motif here.
Unisex chest sizes: XS (36-38"), S (38-40"), M (40-43"), L (43-46"), XL (46-49"), 2XL (49-53"), 3XL (53-57")