(SPOT.ph) Graphic tees are a streetwear staple and music-inspired ones are in a category all their own. You’ll never tire of cool shirts that feature your favorite bands and singers. The older and grungier they look, the better—you’ll love these for years to come.
Here are 10 cool graphic tees to shop right now:
AC/DC 1981 T-Shirt (P1,195) from Pull&Bear
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Freddie Mercury Songs Limited T-Shirt (P1,295) from Zara
Whether you’re a newbie Queen fan after watching Bohemian Rhapsody or you’ve been stanning the British rock band since you first heard hits like “Somebody to Love” and “We Will Rock You,” you’ll love this shirt from Zara, which has a print of Freddie Mercury himself on the front, along with his autograph on the back.
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The Rolling Stones Graphic Tie-Dye Tee (P1,195) from Forever 21
If you’ve ever so much as browsed through vintage graphic tees, you’ve definitely seen The Rolling Stones’ ubiquitous tongue-and-lip logo—you could easily start a collection of shirts that feature it. Make sure to include this one from Forever 21, which has the logo against a bright tie-dye pattern along with a list of tour spots from the band’s 1981 American tour on the back.
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Kurt Cobain T-Shirt (P1,295) from Bershka
Rep '90s rock with this Kurt Cobain shirt from Bershka. The Nirvana lead singer was known for wearing his tees with ripped jeans and flannel shirts and you could easily recreate that same grungy look with this top. Pair your outfit with these sneakers, made famous by Cobain himself.
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Stone 2Pac Tee (P1,595) from Topman
Hip-hop fans will totally want this graphic tee from Topman featuring Tupac Shakur, considered by many to be one of the greatest rappers of all time with a career spanning from the late '80s to the mid '90s. Wear it with some Pac-inspired accessories like gold chains, round specs, and bandanas.
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Woodstock Music T-Shirt (P1,195) from Stradivarius
Woodstock, the late 1960s music festival that attracted over 400,000 people, has become the stuff of legend. This shirt from Stradivarius, decked out in a washed-out tie-dye pattern, is inspired by the festival aside from the era’s hippie movement. Pair it with any '60s- and '70s-inspired item like loose pants, ripped jeans, A-line skirts, and chunky heels.
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Pink Floyd Tbar Fox Graphic Top (P799) from Cotton On
We’re sure you’ve seen that Pink Floyd logo depicting light passing through a triangular prism and turning into a rainbow—a T-shirt must-have if you’re collecting cultural memorabilia. If you’re a fan of the band’s psychedelic music and aesthetic, you might also like this graphic tee inspired from Cotton On.
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The 1975 Artist Tee (P350) from Fudge Rock
This shirt from Fudge Rock is inspired by English pop rock band The 1975’s 2018 album A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. We love the mellow yellow shade and the cool sketch of the band’s frontman Matt Healy.
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Printed T-Shirt With Ariana Grande Print (P899) from H&M
Pop music fans, you probably haven’t stopped hearing about Ariana Grande since her song (and eventually album) “Thank U, Next” exploded onto the charts. H&M’s got a bunch of cool shirts and sweaters featuring the popstar, and we’re currently eyeing this white tee with a photo of her Sweetener album cover on the front and its tracklist on the back. We especially love the slightly extended sleeves and dropped shoulder silhouette that add an extra laid-back touch to the top.
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Band Shirts (P250) from Seashop
Local brand Seashop makes tons of cool graphic tees, including these picks featuring the logos of bands like 5 Seconds of Summer, Arctic Monkeys, and The 1975. Who knows—maybe in 20 years your kids will be wanting these tees in the same way you totally obsess over vintage rock 'n' roll shirts and memorabilia.