You’re Not Joey Ramone, But You Can Dress Like Him…Thanks to Worn Free!

Do you ever wonder where stars get their awesome style? From other celebrities of course! Worn Free is the brainchild of Englishman Steve Coe, an admirer of pop culture along with a flair for creativity. Worn Free t-shirts can be seen on just about any one of your favorite celebrities from Robert Downey, Jr., Ryan Gosling and Jennifer Aniston to the All American Rejects, Backstreet Boys & Robert Plant.

Worn Free shirts are replicas of originals worn by legends like John Lennon, The Ramones, Debbie Harry, Kurt Cobaine and Janis Joplin. “Each shirt has its own story, and a connection to the person who originally wore them,” says Steve, “so it’s been very cool to see what we’re doing take on a life of its own.”

At fifty dollars a pop, the average consumer would consider that a rip off for a t-shirt. Considering, the shirts are vintage and legal—Worn Free receives permission to recreate the images and phrases worn by the rock & roll legends—not to mention they are made from higher quality materials than your average tee, the price isn’t all that unreasonable. Besides, you do get free shipping!

By buying a Worn Free t-shirt, you’re buying a piece of pop culture history. Each shirt’s tag is a sticker resembling a backstage pass featuring either a photo of a rock star wearing the original shirt or a rendering of the design, with information documenting its initial date, artist and venue.

Visit today to cruise some awesome designs that will sure to be a conversational piece every time you wear them!

StarShine Magazine is giving away two free Worn Free t-shirts of the winners’ choice. Find out how to enter on the contest page.


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