Rolling Stones One Size Tee - Pigment Dye BlackRegular price $109.00 Save $-109.00
With an overly oversized tee like this, you should be pretty serious about having options, but also have a preference for keeping things real chill. Front and back Rolling Stones’ graphics really spruce up a look, whether paired with denim, bike shorts and socks, or a playful printed pant. The results always feel effortlessly cool and capture that straight from the concert type of vibe.
Guns N' Roses Live 1988 Tour One Size Tee - TaupeRegular price $105.00 Save $-105.00
Join us where the grass is green and the girls are pretty. We can guarantee that there will be howling vocals, buzzsaw guitar riffs, and thunderous bass and drums. Slip into this Tour OS Tee and it’ll satisfy an appetite for destruction by offering the freeing feels of being at an outdoor Guns n’ Roses show. The overly oversized silhouette and the earthy, taupey wash will get you looking for a spot to lay down your blanket with a fancy basket of booze and snacks. Featuring front graphics that give a nod to the 1988 tour, this is a real GNR gem that’s arriving just in time for a comfy, cool girl summer.
Run DMC Raising Hell Oversized Hoodie - Vintage BlackRegular price $180.00 Save $-180.00
Hit it Run! Released 35 years ago, ‘Raising Hell’ is arguably the first hip-hop album that earned wide crossover appeal and became a cultural phenomenon. With tracks like “Walk This Way”, “It’s Tricky”, and “Hit It Run”, the album brought rap music to a whole new array of fans, but was raw and rugged through and through. An unlikely collaboration with Aerosmith’s Steven Tyler and Joe Perry on “Walk This Way”, the song is the most well-known from the album, but also sparked a rap/rock hybrid in the late 90’s/early 2000’s that made room for artists like Kid Rock, Limp Bizkit and more. Featuring one of the most respected logos in music history, this oversized hoodie features the group’s logo and album name on the front, and lyrics from the track “My Adidas” across the back. And since this oversized hoodie is equal parts legendary and timeless, it will look effortlessly cool when putting together looks that are both on-trend, comfy, and in some cases, downright polished.
Blondie 1976 Oversized L/S Tee - High Tide Tie DyeRegular price $129.00 Save $-129.00
Picture this - it's November 1978 and Blondie is playing at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium. The setlist includes some of the group’s best hits, including, “Heart of Glass”, “One Way or Another”, “Fan Mail”, and “Sunday Girl”. Revisiting the Los Angeles show, this oversized long sleeve feels like you could have been there. Featuring a poster-style graphic, location, show details, and an all-over high tide tie dye wash, it’s a checkered cutie that makes just the right kind of noise. Toss on bike shorts for a coastal vibe, or wear with flared/wide cut denim for something a bit more tomboy-ish.
Led Zeppelin Swan Song Weekend Tee - Vintage WhiteRegular price $99.00 Save $-99.00
An unfinished, unreleased Led Zeppelin track titled “Swan Song” is known to be one of the greatest lost masterpieces from the legendary group. Since Zeppelin had an abundance of quality material during the making of their 1975 album, ‘Physical Graffiti’, they had flexibility to shelf the song they originally started in 1974. With plans to launch their own label, it was announced that it would be fittingly named after the unfinished track. And although it’s hard not to wonder what the song could have become had they actually finished it, it's an unfinished piece of music history that’s a significant part of the group’s legacy. Including classic Led Zeppelin features, this weekend tee remembers the lost “Swan Song” and has the iconic rendition of Icarus that served as Swan Song Label’s mascot. Synonymous with the band itself, Zeppelin fans know that this legendary logo was initially not for the band itself but rather just the label - giving this tee, Icarus, and the famous “Swan Song” story even further depth.