A shirt featuring a ‘dancing’ logo has become a fashion trend in Australia after a viral YouTube video showed a woman with a shirt emblazoned with the phrase ‘Dancing, Dirty Dancing’.
The shirt, which was spotted by Australian fashion brand DressCode, features a Diddy silhouette on the front with the words ‘Dance, Dirty, Dancing’ emblazened at the back.
It is available for purchase through the website of Australian fashion retailer DressCode on a variety of sizes, but the most popular option is the 3XL, which is available in a variety other sizes from 3XL up to 5XL.
The shirt is available to order through the online retailer from August 1, which makes it a perfect fit for the holiday season.
Dressing Code managing director Alex Faull told the ABC the shirt was inspired by the ‘Dying’ dance craze.
“Dying is a dance, it’s a dance and we’re all about that,” Mr Fauell said.
“So when we heard that there was a shirt that showed the Dirty Dancing dance, we thought it would be a good fit.”‘
Dying, Dirty Dance’ inspired dress shirtWith the shirt featuring the phrase, “Dancing on the beach with a Dixie cup” emblazed, it was obvious to DressCode that it was a fitting shirt for the season.
“People love the dance, they love the Dixie cups, they’re all part of it,” Mr Pemberton said.
The Shirt, a popular trend in Australian fashion, has been viewed more than 8.3 million times on YouTube.
“The shirt has become an iconic piece of Australian culture and it’s definitely not something we’d have dreamed of seeing when we were young,” Mr Gull said.
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