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Cotton On shirt becomes unofficial uniform of Australian music festivals

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Newstalk ZB,
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Audio,
Publish Date
Thursday, 17 January 2019, 9:00p.m.
The orange stripey shirts have been seen at Australian music festivals. (Photo / Instagram - James Anthony)

It's usually women who are accused of dressing the same, but one shirt has proved the old theory wrong.

An orange striped shirt has shown up at music festivals all across Australia, sparking much hilarity on social media.

The men's shirt, ironically enough called 'Festival Shirt', costs just AU$29.99 from Cotton On, and is seemingly quite popular. 

One writer for website Junkee went out to find the shirt at the FOMO Festival, and came across dozens of people all adorned in the uniform-like shirt

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I’d like to introduce you to my new religion... 🙏 @fomoaus 📸 @jrdjms

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The unfortunate fashion trend sparked some debate between Tim and Raylene about festival culture and youth fashion. 

LISTEN TO RAYLENE TALK WITH TIM ROXBOROGH ABOVE

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