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Emily Laurich, a super talented Neck Deep fan, created a The Peace And The Panic shirt and short combo, and it's nothing short of incredible.
Laurich made the clothes from a flag and took it to the band's show in Minneapolis.
They obviously loved it, and bassist Fil Thorpe-Evans even wore it on stage!
Take a look:
The incredibly talented @emilylaurichphoto (IG) made this rad TPAP shirt & short combo from a flag and brought it to last nights show for us to try on and marvel at!
So amazing ❤️ pic.twitter.com/GaNWYYEXDV
— Neck Deep (@NeckDeepUK) February 14, 2018
And here are some more pictures of the pieces:
�� Print from @neckdeepuk the Peace and the Panic collection. I bought one of Neck Deep's flags when I saw them at Warped Tour this past summer. I turned the flag into a button-up short sleeve with some comfy shorts. Would looooove if one of the guys would wear it tonight in Minneapolis �� . #neckdeep #neckdeepmerch #thepeaceandthepanic #thepeaceandthepanictour #fanart #neckdeepart #neckdeepfans #firstavenue #minneapolis #minnesota #appareldesigner #menswear #altnerative #fashiondesigner #fashion #alternativeclothing #oneofakind #poppunk #inbloom #parachute @filisthorpe @elliottxingham @bamsowden @masshew @neckdeepuk @benisneckdeep @neckdani
Who else wishes Neck Deep would add this amazing combo to their merch store?
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