Always alive with an optimistic vibe, the ‘Betty Boop’ vintage t-shirt is more than just a good idea. Each of its pockets and hip design combine to create one of a kind designs by combining several classic accessories. I love vintage! I buy them for my husband and just think of how cool they are. We both love the idea that we can swap shirts with each other.
Forever love vintage shirt and ladies teeThis tee features a bold, vintage inspired design and is made from 100% virgin cotton. Each designs presents two different side panels with blue front panel and back panel in a light pink color wash. A vintage inspired shirt made with the finest old school fabrics. The material combined with a high density cotton blend will keep your shirt looking new for many years to come.
I love vintage t-shirts and this one is no exception. Actually it’s my favorite classic tee ever! I was also pleased to see that this shirt can be made in a black or white, blue or pink. I grew up with this shirt and when I was a kid we always wore it. It is as old as the sun and still looks good even after all these years. The top has a great print on it but that’s about it.
Forever love vintage shirt, hoodie, sweater and long sleeve
A vintage shirt that was made in the 1920’s. Wear it to help you stay cool and cool weather. Quality is of course 100% perfect! If you’re interested, we have a limited number of shirts available so if you want them go ahead and add me! Anyways, it looks like this sweater is quite popular… The Forever Love Vintage Shirt is a solid color soft cotton t-shirt. It features the iconic forever love logo printed on the front, and has an oversized fit with an adjustable waist. The shirt comes in various colors including white, navy blue and light green as well as many styles of design.
A vintage shirt that you can never get tired of. Wear it to an event or just give a little one more chance at making your life count with this great gift. We were wondering how could we put together a stylish shirt for our customer, who lives in London. We can’t find anything about vintage shirts, so we decided to make it ourselves. Our idea was to use t-shirt fabrics from the 70s and 80s with larger prints on the front that would catch your eye when you look at them from afar.