Summer is the season of t-shirts!
90's and Y2K trends have brought back tie-dye, AND the great musicians and bands of the past.
You can buy expensive versions of these *vintage* distressed tie-dye t-shirts ... but who has up to $75 to spend on one t-shirt?
I found a few t-shirts (that were not actually vintage -- recently printed -- don't worry, we're not destroying collectibles here!) in the thrift store and decided to give them a little color.
The truth is anytime I find a white tee shirt in the thrift store, most likely it has some kind of minor flaw. This $2 Kurt Cobain tee had some *minor* pink spots as if it was accidentally thrown into the wash with a new red shirt.
That's where tie-dye comes in to save the day and create a one-of-a kind summer piece with colors that make a Cobain t-shirt bring to life the grunge look of the 90s.