If there’s one fashion trend (or shirt trend for that matter!) that I love it has to be band shirts. I wear my Doors shirt, Rolling Stones top and Waylon Jennings long sleeve shirt quite frequently with skinny jeans, distressed denim boyfriend jeans, flared jeans, my new favorite white 7 for All Mankind skinny jeans, destroyed denim shorts, and fun denim skirt – the options are endless! If you’re searching for a fun band shirt to wear out and about or for back to school, you’re in luck! I scoured the net and found some fun band shirts in every price range that you’ll love this season and for years to come!
Without further adieu, here are a few fun band shirts for summer and back to school!
Trendy Chaser classic rock band shirts
As a huge fan of classic rock, I am loving these fun tops for summer and back to school.
We can all use a little more “time” by Pink Floyd!
My favorite rock legend of all time, the one and only Tom Petty!
The perfect shirt for summer music festival season!
There are quite a few shirts available for Pink Floyd fans this summer.
As a fan of the Grateful Dead, it was such an honor to interview Bob Weir a few years ago! I definitely have to have this shirt.
Madeworn Rock classic rock band shirts:
When I was a kid I had the chance to see the Rolling Stones in concert. It was one of the best experiences of my life. There’s nothing like watching Mick Jagger and Keith Richards perform live. This Rolling Stones shirt is definitely one that you will wear and treasure for years to come.
“Don’t Worry About A Thing….”
Legendary Rolling Stones shirt for summer. PS: Pair it with a suede moto jacket or leather moto jacket come fall.
Daydreamer band shirts:
The Beatles aka the Fab Four are one of the greatest bands of all time. Show your love for Paul, Ringo, John, and George with this great shirt!
Must have Bowie muscle shirt! Pair it with your favorite distressed denim shorts, a fun skirt or ankle length crop jeans this summer.
Band shirts by Trunk LTD:
Must have Nirvana shirt with Kurt Cobain, Dave Grohl and Krist Novoselic: