Kinda punk, kinda not. The Cure’s post-punk style expanded a genre over the course of their career. But for their debut 1979 album, ‘Three Imaginary Boys’, the sound would be the closest the group would ever get to pure punk. This t-shirt dress displays the album’s original artwork, featuring a lamp, a fridge, and a vacuum cleaner, which each symbolize a member of the band. A bright pink album cover ironically speaks to the depth of darkness throughout the album — summing up the themes of loneliness within crowded cities in a bittersweet way.
Made from 100% cotton, with a perfect hand feel and worn in look
Made from a heavier loose knit cotton jersey, we lengthened our weekend tee for this perfect mini length t-shirt dress
Made by your team of Daydreamers, right here in Los Angeles
Size small measures chest width: 21" length: 31"