Do you love rock and roll? Do you adore old Beatles music, the Rolling Stones, Van Halen or AC/DC. But then again, perhaps you like more hardcore rock or punk music. People who love rock and roll like to dress in clothes that let others know their passion. One of the most popular items sold by t-shirt companies is actually personalised clothing and what it’s promoting is music. Wearing music inspired clothing has been popular for decades and it’s a “fad” that never seems to wane.
If you want to spend plenty of money on these types of t-shirts then check out the Topman collection called AAA which stands for Access All Areas. The line of collection was introduced in London and New York stores in 2010 and have proven to be popular. The shirts were originally modeled by Louis Simonon who just happens to be the son of Class bass player Paul Simonon.
These shirts aren’t your typical t-shirts though. They are often tight fitting and and a bit androgynous. They are often paired with tight fitting jeans or trousers. Add a studded belt and a velvet scarf and you’re ready to look so “cool” you’re hot.
Of course, the fifty year old and up generation may not be too interested in wearing skinny jeans but still loves music inspired clothing. Let’s face it…leather and velvet pants and coats worn with a skinny t-shirt is pretty much for the youthful crowd. But you don’t have to feel left out if you’re older. With t shirt printing so readily available today, you can have anything you want printed on your shirt. If you still think Buddy Holly or Elvis Presley rocks, then by all means wear a printed t-shirt letting others know. Topshop’s AAA collection doesn’t have anything on you!
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