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Concert merchandise, once a way for artists and bands to promote their music, has evolved into unique brand of its own. In the age of free music streaming, concert apparel, which are mostly comprised of t-shirts, is a way for artists to make money. But lately, artists such as Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Kanye West have been upping the t-shirt's design ante that they're no longer just a live concert memorabilia, but a real fashion item for self expression. 

But, our favorite items aren't from your artists of today or those worn-looking Nirvana or Metallica rock t-shirts that's all over Instagram. 

We're still on the TLC tip.

In the 1990s, the TLC trio of T-Boz, Left Eye and Chili was one of the best selling musical acts in the world. While we willingly danced to the infectious beats of "Creep" or "What About Your Friends," we also wanted to look like them too. We were all about their colorful DIY oversize streetwear, which was one of the coolest band costumes—and concert merch too.

Apparently, we're not the only ones who think so: just look at Kylie Jenner's Fanmail tour t-shirt. No Scrubs included. 

 

October 03, 2016 by Matt Scheffler