You can now wear tees that look like the ones worn by rock legends like John Lennon, Joey Ramone, Frank Zappa, Blondie’s Debbie Harry, Gram Parsons, Joan Jett and other rock celebrities of the 60s and 70s era. Worn Free has designed its shirts to celebrate punk, hippie life, psychedelic rock and art-pop. The people behind Worn Free combed through photo archives of music and style icons and blended all these to produce shirts that are more than just fashion statements. Look cool, hip and full of punk spirit yourself when you wear a Worn Free shirts.
Worn Free shirts were designed for men, women and even kids. Just think about it. How cool would that be to walk around in a Pink Floyd, Alice Cooper, Elvis Presley or Frank Zappa shirt? Each Worn Free shirt has a story behind it. The Alice Cooper Ping-Pong Tournament shirt, for example, immortalizes the time when Alice Cooper decided to host that tournament instead of holding an Amsterdam press conference as scheduled. That drew so much outrage at the time. Or check out a tank top for women featuring the Hi How Are You design on a tee worn several times by Kurt Cobain, including just before Nirvana’s memorable live performance at the 1992 MTV Video Music Awards. The design was promoting Daniel Johnson’s seminal album.
Worn Free clothing does not come just in tees. For men, they have robes, hoodies and sweats, For women, they have fashion body tops like tank tops or scoop neck t-shirts. Kid shirts come in different designs appropriate for their age group and come in several sizes ranging from size 2 to size 10.
Worn Free is such a great reminder of the revolutionary past of rock that even current trendsetters such as Jennifer Aniston, Desperate Housewives’ Teri Hatcher, Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder and many more have been sighted wearing Worn Free tees.
Get in on the rock pop culture and get your very own Worn Free shirts. They make great gifts for rocker friends as well. It’s a shirt worth wearing over and over again.