whats the absolute oldest age where band tees are still acceptable?
you should stop wearing them frequently by your 30s, but its not like you have to drop them completely. depending on the band and design of the shirt they can still be effay, just on more rare and casual occasions.
Also, make sure what you're wearing has a good aesthetic if you must wear any kind of graphic at all.
It's usually better if people not with your in-group wouldn't be able to recognize it.
I googled Skrillex for something awful, but I'm posting this instead because for how terrible that band is, this is surprisingly acceptable.
My 49 year old dad wears slayer shirts and because he's in the Americana Music Association in Australia he wears those around a bit too. He's a pretty cool guy so I think he can get away with it.
I'm 21 and I'm stoping wearing band t-shirts. The only one that I still wear is pic related, saw them live last year and in person is low-key, so I'm fine.....
they can be effay if done well, but they should NOT be a main part of your wardrobe, ever. maybe 1-3 shirts to be worn occasionally.
>It's usually better if people not with your in-group wouldn't be able to recognize it.
Prefer the first one that was posted, but I didnt realize that many people liked LRD? I knew that Heavier Than a Death in the Family was really well received but I've never seen people talk about them before.
My dad is 50 and occasionally wears a minor threat or dag nasty shirt around the house on the weekends. Usually while doing so blasting their music and talking about how good their shows were. So I think they can be pretty cool regardless
reverse image search, its readily available
not to sound doucheish but if i saw someone with a LRD shirt irl id get very excited but would hate them if i found out they only liked the shirt
dont be that guy