The vintage band tee has been around for eons but there’s no doubt that it’s definitely become a street style fave of late. A roll call of designer brands such as Alexander McQueen, Saint Laurent and Gucci have released their own versions (with the price tag to match!) whilst high street retailers such as Zara and H&M have also jumped aboard the trend, offering more affordable options. If you want the genuine article, visiting local vintage stores and the perseverance to scour the racks can often unearth just the right tee.
Whilst the vintage band tee seems a no-brainer fit for off duty style it can also easily work for a nighttime look when paired with dressy accessories. Just look to Elle Ferguson and Tash Sefton from style blog They All Hate Us for inspiration. Whilst Elle nails the jeans and tee combination easily with beachy waves and layered jewellery, Tash manages to work her tee with black trousers featuring a classic tuxedo stripe, statement heels and a Gucci belt bag to attend an evening event. Versatility with any trend is key in my book and this is one way to ensure you get maximum wear out of your tee.