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Frankie Say Relax Don't Do It T-shirts

One of the most iconic 80s slogan T-shirts was, of course, "Frankie Say Relax". However, there were also a number of other tees around with slogans such as "Frankie Say Relax Don't Do It" and "Frankie Say Arm The Unemployed".

If you prefer something a little different, then the following "Relax Don't Do It" T-shirt is a nice alternative to what everyone else will, no doubt, be wearing to the numerous 80s festivals and parties throughout the summer months.

Relax Don't Do It Vest Tank Top for Women
Ladies Relax Don't Do It Vest Top


Relax Don't Do It T-shirt for Men
Relax Don't Do It Neon T-shirt for Men
The Men's premium cotton tee comes in neon green or pink for sizes small to XXL.

If you're a female, then you'll be pleased to know that T-shirts are available for you, too.


I found many other interesting designs, too, including a ringer tee and vest top. Take a gander at these...

The authentic and official choice is "Frankie Say" and not "Frankie Says", as Frankie Goes To Hollywood were a band, not a person.

Here are some more alternative 1980s slogan tees you may like...




You can view a full range of Frankie Say Relax T-shirts at my website Simplyeighties.com.

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