T-shirts inspired by movies and music
T-shirts go together with music and music like Mork and Mindy. Or Jay and Bey. Or Kanye and, well, Kanye. The point is, film and music have inspired some pretty great t-shirts. Here’s a few of our faves:
Most things Linday Lohan touches turn to shit. But not Mean Girls. It’s been just over 10 years since it first graced our screens and we’re still quoting the zingers!
Some of us are actually wearing them. Check it out.
These shirts started out cool, then eeeevvvveerybody had one so then they got less cool. But we reckon enough time has passed and they’re almost cool again in a quasi-retro hipster ironic way. Look, it’s just a classic shirt, all right?
And just because this is abso-freaking-lutely timeless…
White Men Can’t Jump
Oh Woody – you trailblazing bastard, you! Woody was rockin’ this cult tee way back in 1992, loooooong before celebrity toddlers were (North West, we’re looking at you). In fact, he was mostly responsible for its subsequent explosion into mainstream fashion – if you didn’t own a Parental Advisory Explicit Lyrics t-shirt in the mid-nineties, you were probably being beaten up for your lunch money.
Taken from a Beyonce song, ‘I woke up like this’ quickly became the mantra for ladies (and men) keen to stick it to society’s impossibly high beauty standards. They posted pics of themselves, barefaced and ‘just woken up’ to celebrate natural beauty. Naturally, the lyrics made it onto t-shirts, worn mostly by people who have obviously spent 4 hours achieving their ‘just woke up’ face.