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Worn Free – dress like a 70s rocker

Wornfree

Here’s a clever idea – dig through old rock photos, pick out all the images of 60s and 70s rockers wearing t-shirts, then re-create those shirts for today’s market. That’s the idea behind Worn Free.

Just click on the photo of your favourite t-shirt wearing star (including the likes of Gram Parsons, Frank Zappa, John Lennon and Joey Ramone), then see a full-size picture of the replica t-shirt available on the site.

Prices are around £25. Not cheap, but not bad for a bit of iconic clothing.

Find out more at the Worn Free website

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