Decorate yourself in some vintage wear; amazing replicas of the coolest threads worn by some of the coolest rockers. No... these aren't reproductions of old band shirts. Worn Free licensed and reproduced the odd, unique and wonderfully rare shirts that have been spotted on artists ranging from Debbie Harry to Kurt Cobain.
Made in California (yeah... it's nice to have some domestic goods still being produced), Worn Free shirts are very well made, but not intended to be stashed away in some protective case. These shirts are made to be worn. The shirts we examined were super-soft, vintage fit style. Do note - they are not 'destroyed' or meant to look like they actually came from, oh say... 1969. But, almost. In fact, they bear just enough of that "old" feel to warrant them modern day classics.
Worn Free shirts aren't cheap - and we mean that in both senses of the word. These are well made, and more durable than perhaps one might think. Prices begin around $39 and go up. As with everything, you get what you pay for, so don't be shocked at the list prices.
Each shirt comes with a tag that resembles the old style backstage pass. You know - the fabric sort. For example, if you have the Rod Stewart 'Lamborghini' shirt - the tag would feature a photo of Rod wearing said shirt himself, with date and venue details. The tag backs also feature interesting details to compliment the entire package.
Worn Free styles and designs come and go quickly. Therefore, and we mean this sincerely, if you see one you like... better get it quick. Each shirt - even the same model number - are unique also, so no two shirts are exactly the same.
Worn Free actually offers something original - okay repros of things original - but we mean in general. The market is full of reissued vintage music-related swag, but finally somebody has found a needle in that proverbial haystack, and this is it. Go grab up some cool threads at www.wornfree.com