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Never Gonna Give You Up T-shirt


Never Gonna Give You Up T-shirt
Never Gonna Give You Up T-shirt

Slogan T-shirts were huge back in the 80s, and you can pay homage to fashion craze and also Rick Astley's hit single Never Gonna Give You Up with this awesome T-shirt. It features a block letter design in a similar style to the Katharine Hamnett political and ethical message tees, which have since been copied the world over. You may well remember those Choose Life and Frankie Say Relax tees, which were two of the most popular slogans back in the day.
Ladies Never Gonna Give You Up T-shirt
Ladies Never Gonna Give You Up T-shirt

The T-shirt is available in sizes from small to 3XL for men, and small to XXL for women. There are no other colour choices, but the black lettering on a white tee is exactly the style of the 1980s. If you're planning on using the shirt for an 80s event, then I recommened ordering a larger size than normal to get that over-sized look which was popular back then.

Women's Never Gonna Give You Up T-shirtAlternatively, you may prefer this very amusing Things Rick Astley Will Never Do T-shirt, which quotes the lyrics from his best-known song. This one is available from Amazon in heather grey in sizes small to 2XL. 

So what will Rick NEVER do? That's easy! He'll never give you up, let you down, run around or desert you. He'll never make you cry, say goodbye, tell a lie or hurt you. Sounds like perfect marriage material! 

A Men's T-shirt is also available in the same colour.

You may also like these T-shirt designs...
 

Rick Astley 80s Photo T-shirtRick Astley Silhouette T-shirt for Women

 


Also check out my post Rick Astley 80s Homage Sweatshirt

View all the latest 80s T-shirts on my website Simplyeighties.com.


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