Would You Wear a Rock Tee?

Recently, it seems rock 'n roll has taken the fashion world by storm (which we realize is nothing new, but hear us out) - Almost everyday this week,
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Recently, it seems rock 'n roll has taken the fashion world by storm (which we realize is nothing new, but hear us out) - Almost everyday this week,
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Recently, it seems rock 'n roll has taken the fashion world by storm (which we realize is nothing new, but hear us out) - Almost everyday this week, British Vogue capped their "breaking news" roundup with a different old school rock collaboration. Today, they're singing the praises of designer Gina Alexander's Hendrix-inspired line of bags and leather jackets, all of which are stamped with the legendary guitarist's iconic image. Yesterday, they mused about Worn By, a new t-shirt label dedicated to recreating the original fashion pieces of classic rock idols. And over at the LA Times, California skate label Altamont Apparel gets a shout-out for their limited edition rocker tees - also in tribute to Hendrix, but adorned with his sketches instead of his face. We love rock stars, and we think the idea behind these collaborations is really cool. Still, we hesitate to buy. Especially when we remember the Beatles t-shirts shoved way back in our closet, which we tried desperately to work into our wardrobes - but ultimately couldn't, because even when it went under a blazer or with an expensive skirt, it looked a little too Ashley Tisdale. Would you wear a rock tee? If so, how could you make it work outside the gym or your bedroom? --SARAH MUEHLBAUER