Christmas guide: The most fashionable (and questionable) music merchandise

Christmas guide: The most fashionable (and questionable) music merchandise

Band merchandise, something we want so badly to own but we barely have the money for — shipping to Asia is costly, and in this day and age of limited merch drops, you'll lose badly if you snooze.

But lucky for us, the holiday season has arrived and any type of excessive expenditure (even if it’s actually for yourself) is completely justifiable!

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Of course, there’s literally thousands of band merchandise out there on the interwebs, so we’ve taken it upon ourselves to narrow down some timeless and festive merchandise from some of your favourite artists.

Harry Styles — Treat People With Kindness Enamel Pin (US$9.95)

BTS — Coaster Set (₩16,000) or Official Badge Pin (₩20,000)

Taylor Swift — Reputation Socks (US$15) or The Old Taylor Can't Come To The Phone - Phone Case (US$35)

Logic — Over Heads Sublimation T-Shirt (US$35)

Rihanna — Striped Anti Tee (US$39.95) or All Ages Sports Bra (US$39.95)

Beyonce — Holiday Collection: Have A Thicc Holiday (US$55), Sis The Season Sweaters (US$55), or Love God Herself Tee (US$35)

Justin Bieber — Stadium Tour Long Sleeve T-Shirt (US$50)

The Weekend — Oversize Hoodie (US$150) (in collaboration with PUMA)

Kendrick Lamar — Kung Fu Kenny Hoodie (US$60)

Tegan and Sara — The Con X Deluxe CD Bundle (AU$72) or Metal T-Shirt (AU$30)

Lorde — Melodrama Collection: Melodrama Profile Tee (US$30). and Album Cover Hoodie (US$60.00).