70s Cowgirls Ride Bareback Vtg Graphic Tee Iron On Statement T-shirt Transfer


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What's your story? From band tees to statement tees, relive the 70s and 80s with us one vintage graphic tee, t-shirt iron on at a time.

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Retro style
Retro styleis style that is consciously derivative or imitative of trends, music, modes, fashions, or attitudes of the past.
Definition[edit]

The termretrohas been in use since the 1960s to describe[1]on the one hand new artifacts that self-consciously refer to particular modes, motifs, techniques, and materials of the past.[2]But on the other hand, many people (incorrectly) use the term to categorize styles that have been created in the past.[3]Retro style refers to new things that display characteristics of the past. Unlike thehistoricismof theRomantic generations, it is mostly the recent past that retro seeks to recapitulate, focusing on the products, fashions and artistic styles produced since the Industrial Revolution, the successive styles ofModernity.[4]The English wordretroderives from theLatinprefixretro, meaning backward, or in past times.

In France, the wordrétro, an abbreviation forrétrospectif,[5]gained cultural currency with reevaluations ofCharles de Gaulleand France's role inWorld War II. The Frenchmode rétroof the 1970s reappraised in film and novels the conduct of French civilians during the Nazi occupation. The termrétrowas soon applied to nostalgic French fashions that recalled the same period.[6]

Shortly thereafterretrowas introduced into English by the fashion and culture press, where it suggests a rather cynical revival of older but relatively recent fashions.[7]InSimulacra and Simulation, French theoristJean a demythologization of the past, distancing the present from the big ideas that drove the modern age.[8]

Most commonlyretrois used to describeobjectsand attitudes from the recent past that no longer seem modern. It suggests a fundamental shift in the way we relate to the past. Different from more traditional forms of revivalism, "retro" suggests a half ironic, half longing consideration of the recent past; it has been called an "unsentimental nostalgia",[9]recalling modern forms that are no longer current. The concept ofnostalgiais linked to retro, but the bittersweet desire for things, persons and situations of the past has an ironic stance in retro style. Retro shows nostalgia with a dose of cynicism and detachment.[10]The desire to capture something from the past and evoke nostalgia is fuelled by dissatisfaction with the present.[11]

Retro can be applied to several things andartifacts, for example, forms of technological obsolescence (such as manual typewriters, cash registers, and bulky hand-held cell phones) and also the resurrection of old computer games and the equipment on which they are played.[citation needed]


Fashion design[edit]A 1940s retro-style dress with turban, designed in a modern electric blue, modeled byKarlie Klossat a 2011Anna Suishow

Retro fashion refers to fashion from 1940–1990.[citation needed]Retrofashionis aclothingstyle which consists in wearing clothes commonly used in the past. This way of clothing often includes garments and accessories that are characteristic of such times, and many people use them in an exaggerated way and in combination with current clothing. Examples the 1950s, "bell-bottomjeans",Poodle skirts, and shoes, smallneckties, chiffon scarves, sport equipment, etc. Makeup may also play a part in feminine retro fashions, with focal points being heavily-lined eyes and bright red lipstick; hairstyles such aspompadours, ponytails, andducktailsmay be adopted, as well as styles that model film stars of the 1940s and 1950s.

An example of this trend is the 1970s and 1980s sportswear; soccer jackets, jerseys, and T-shirts with former logos of the soccer associations are very popular; their designs commonly remember the old days by using lines in the sides and combinations of colors characteristic of those times. A specific case is the1970 FIFA World Cupheld in Mexico. Its logo and font type is used in a variety of retro sports garments. Brands such their own divisions specialized in retro products. Some soccer, baseball and basketball clubs also have re-edited their former garments to raise their sales. See alsoThrowback uniform.

In the late 2000s, there was a revival of neon and pastel colors, stereotypically associated with 1980s fashion. Nowadays, 1990s fashion has made a comeback, many of the fabrics and patterns ubiquitous to the decade (such as crushed velvet and floral) are popular now in the 2010s.Dr. Martens, a shoe brand popular in the 1990s, has also made a strong comeback in the early 2010s. 2011–12 was the British company's best selling season of all time.[21]


See also[edit]
  • Kitsch
  • Nostalgia
  • Old school
  • Ostalgie
  • Period piece
  • Retrofuturism
  • Retrotronics
  • Retro-style automobile
  • Rockabilly
  • Steampunk
  • Vintage clothing

Concert T-shirtFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaSeveral people wearing black concert T-shirts at a concert.

Aconcert T-shirtis aT-shirtthat is associated with aconcertor aconcert tour, often for musical groups often promote themselves by creating and selling or giving away T-shirts at their shows, tours, and events. A concert T-shirt typically containssilk screenedgraphics of the name, logo, or image of a musical performer or group. One popular choice of graphics on the rear of the T-shirts is a listing of information about the band's current tour, including tour cities (sometimes specifyingvenues) and corresponding dates.[1]In the 1960s, printed T-shirts gained popularity for self-expression as well for advertisements, protests, and souvenirs.[2]In 1968, rock producerBill Grahamco-founded Winterland Productions, credited as "the first concert T-shirt manufacturing company".[3]

One of the most popular colors for concert T-shirts is a flatblack.[4][5]Fans often purchase or obtain these shirts to wear to future concerts.

Wearing a concert T-shirt is a cultural signifier, with commentators identifying various reasons behind the choice to wear a particular one. For example, attending a band's concert while wearing a T-shirt from one of the band's tours long ago can give the wearer a certain prestige amongst other fans, it is indicative of the longevity of their support for the group.[6]

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