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Angus Young AC/DC Schoolboy Costumes for Men

For those about to rock and get on the highway to hell, I'm going to show you how to become Angus McKinnon Young, the lead guitarist and songwriter in the Australian/Scottish rock band AC/DC. His schoolboy look became iconic during the 80s, and dressed as him, you will be instantly recognisable at any 80s event, and your outfit will definitely be a great conversation starter. There are two costumes available, and I'm going to start with the cheaper one - prices are subject to change so this may not be the cheaper option by the time you're reading this! The costume by Fun Shack comes in sizes medium, large or X-large and includes the red blazer, white shirt insert, blue shorts, blue cap and striped tie. Wear with some black shoes to complete your look. This item is currently being sold by Morph Costumes on Amazon, but the supplier could change, so please check when you're on the site. Now, you'll notice that the outfit is red and blue. Looking back through the archiv

Frankie Say War Hide Yourself T-shirt

Anyone who lived through the 1980s, will certainly remember the iconic, Katharine Hamnett inspired Frankie Say slogan T-shirts, and also the two anti-war songs by the band " Two Tribes " and "War".  This was also the height of the original cold war era, when tensions between the Soviet Union and U.S. were at boiling point and the threat of nuclear Armageddon loomed over us. That officially ended on Dec 26th 1991, but now here we are almost four decades later in 2022, and we have a new Cold War situation to fret about. Whilst the Paul Morley designed "Frankie Say Relax" T-shirt was definitely the most popular choice (it's true to say that more of these T-shirts were sold than records!), there were two other official T-shirts by ZTT which included " Frankie Say War! Hide Yourself " and "Frankie Say Arm The Unemployed", which were both actually worn by Frankie Goes To Hollywood for some of their photoshoots back in 1984.  Here we are