The Best Places to Buy Band Tees Online

This past weekend was one of the highest of holy days. No, not Easter –  I saw The Who in concert on their 50th anniversary tour.  While Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend are the only two remaining original member and getting up there in years (they made plenty of deadpan jokes about their impending mortality ha), they were amazing and sounded even better than when I saw them ten years ago.

To get into the rock n roll spirit, I wore a new band tee – a recreation of an old The Who touring tee, of course. My collection is growing quickly, and they’re perfect to throw on come festival season. Effortless, bohemain, comfortable and literally cool in the Coachella sun. I’ve shared my favorite places to find band tees below, so grab a few and rep your favorite classic artists all festival season long.

Junk Food


The Who Vintage Tee

My The Who shirt was from Junk Food, which is primarily sold at Urban Outfitters. Perfectly worn-in, these tees primarily feature classic rock artists like Pink Floyd, the Grateful Dead and AC DC. Each sell for around $40, so they’re affordable enough to collect, and I love the over-sized fit paired with both pants and shorts. This shirt will definitely be stashed in my Coachella 2016 suitcase.


Midnight Rider

Midnight Rider tees are on the higher end when it comes to price point, but feature more rare and niche artists than other brands. They tend to focus on more country/folk music in addition to rock n roll, so you can pick up a Tom Petty, Townes van Zandt and even a Dolly Parton tee. These tend to run on the smaller size, so order a size up for the baggy look. I bought the Janis Joplin version, but definitely need to drop a few lbs before it has that cute, off the shoulder look like on the model. So I’ll spare you all the modeling photo 🙂

Forever 21

 

Van Halen Vintage Band Tee
Once you sift through all the polyester crop tops and bandage skirts on Forever’s website, you’ll find a pretty decent selection of inexpensive band tees. I bought this Van Halen number for less than $20, and my coworkers thought it was the real deal straight from the 80s. Always the sign of a successful replica in my book!

Do you guys know of any other great sources for these dope tees? I’m always down to throw my money at things that combine some of my fave passions – live music and fashion. Thanks for stopping by, and I hope you’re Monday was pretty bearable! Tomorrow will be more festival/Coachella content, as I’m currently obsessed and can’t wait for my trip at the end of April! Is anyone else going this year?
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