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Deadheads Rejoice: 6 Psychedelic Looks to Shop for Dead and Company’s Summer Tour

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Although the original incarnation of the Grateful Dead broke up more than 20 years ago, it still looms large in our culture. From Ben & Jerry’s “Cherry Garcia” ice cream to the seemingly endless number of tie-dyed vintage tees with the band’s iconic skull symbol, it’s hard to escape its influence, even if its jam-band tendencies aren’t really your speed. Just as its expansive sound continues to inspire rock stars to this day, the members’ style and that of their dedicated followers, endearingly called “Deadheads,” have been embraced by festivalgoers and free-spirited individuals alike. No wonder, then, that in 2015, the band’s surviving members returned to the stage as Dead & Company (along with new additions like John Mayer and Allman Brothers Band bassist Oteil Burbridge) and continue to tour, bringing their free-wheeling energy across the country.

Dead & Company heads to New York City’s Citi Field tomorrow, and even if you’re not going to the concert, the classic Deadhead bohemian vibe is perfect for any number of folksy activities. Maryam Nassir Zadeh’s red tiered skirt with Caroline Constas’s multicolored peasant top is ideal for swaying, but if you want even more coverage, there’s Kenzo Vintage’s earthy patchwork dress. If your closet is already filled to the brim with summery shifts, then Gucci’s pleated wide-leg pants are a trippy alternative. And, of course, every proper Deadhead must own at least one vintage band tee: The details and wide-ranging colors of Spectruum Vintage’s tie-dye tour shirt from 1995 make it a particularly versatile choice. Here, get in touch with your inner Deadhead and shop these six psychedelic looks.

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