Days turn into weeks and weeks turn into months and months turn into years, and The Band Perry has used time on their side to transform into many different personas throughout their time in the spotlight.
The sibling trio once sang of traditional twangy country music and has now officially made the switch over to the pop world, embracing change as they make their way into their new chapter of their career. And yet, we can’t help but notice how much The Band Perry has grown and changed since the “we are country music days.”
From long, curly locks to sleek ‘dos and frilly dresses to monochrome ensembles, The Band Perry has definitely made statements throughout each musical era, and that’s not just by chance. The trio has made a point to change up their look throughout their career to compliment their ever-changing sound.
“I feel like our style is always the visual representation of what we’re trying to portray,” Kimberly Perry once told The Tennessean.
Her brother Neil looked to one of Country music’s biggest icons when discussing their changing looks. “I think creativity in wardrobe has been a country staple even long ago. The man in black, Johnny Cash himself, made a statement with his clothes and we like to carry on that tradition.”
Check out the drastic evolution of The Band Perry in photos below…
The Folksy ‘If I Die Young’ Era
The Band Perry came onto the scene looking innocent and sweet. Kimberly’s corkscrew curls and her brothers’ on-trend straightened locks dominated their introduction to the country world. During this time, they embraced the folksy vibe. It seemed to carry through much of their first album.
The Gypsy Soul-Meets-‘All Your Life’ Era
Like that of many gypsies, The Band Perry was on the run, but not from their huge success they found early on in their career. They were on a mission to find the next step in their path for country music and the evolution into their new project began. But some things never change—those banjos still remained a staple in their sound.
The ‘Pioneer’ Phase
A new stage, a new look. Bringing the glam level up a notch alongside a dark array of colors, The Band Perry embraced their “Better Dig Two” antics into their fashion choices. Yet there seems to be something quite pretty in their mix of the shadowy wardrobe with the country flair…
The ‘Done’ Days
Keeping in line with their darker palette of wardrobe, the trio vamped up their good looks with even better clothes. Kimberly embraced all that glitters in a subtle way, where the guys found their refined looks with the help of trendy button-ups and vintage blazers.
The ‘Live Forever’ Era
When the Olympics calls, you definitely oblige. Taking the hint from those five colorful rings, The Band Perry swapped their grays and blacks for vibrant hues of blues and yellows. Mirroring the excitement that electrified their song, “Live Forever,” they created a new Technicolor vibe in their funky yet on-point outfits.
The band shied away from the spotlight for a bit after their Olympic effort and came back with a clean slate…literally. Kimberly, Reid and Neil shed their skin to develop a changed look involving complete neutral ensembles. Their ‘Comeback’ signified the return of their voice in country music and their outfits gave fans the chance to not be distracted by looks, but rather the importance of their development. Kimberly even dyed her hair dark for the occasion.
The ‘Stay in the Dark’ Transition
Once again, The Band Perry ‘stayed in the dark’ for a bit to become the pop group they aspire to be in their next step for their career. Taking on the edgy persona with an all-black liquid leather look, all three of them embodied the drastic development with their latest single. Pop music, The Band Perry is coming for you.