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Tiffany 80s Pop Star T-shirt for Adults

Blue and White T-shirts featuring Tiffany I Think We're Alone Now and 80s geometric shapes

When you mention the name Tiffany to someone who grew up in the 80s, then it is certainly not a lampshade that springs to mind! Of course, it's the 80s pop star Tiffany Darwish, who is best remembered for her No.1 hit single "I Think We're Alone Now".

I recently discovered a fabulous T-shirt for ladies and gents on the Retro Tees store on Amazon, which celebrates her biggest hit song. It's been on the site since 2019, so how I missed this one I'm really not sure!

The shirt features a huge photo of Tiffany wearing a blue denim jacket (as many of us did back in the 80s), surrounded by brightly coloured geometric shapes in pink, yellow and turquoise, and the singer's iconic signature which appeared on all of her single and album sleeves. Sizes from X-small to XX-Large are avaiable in a boyfriend fit. 

There are four seperate listings for the T-shirt which is available in blue and white colours, and I've added them all below.

White Tiffany 80s Pop Star T-shirt for MenWhite Tiffany 80s Pop Star T-shirt for MenLadies White Tiffany 80s Pop Star T-shirtLadies White Tiffany 80s Pop Star T-shirtMen's Blue Tiffany I Think We're Alone Now T-shirtMen's Blue Tiffany I Think We're Alone Now T-shirtWomen's Blue Tiffany I Think We're Alone Now TeeWomen's Blue Tiffany I Think We're Alone Now Tee


The T-shirt would make a fun gift for 80s pop fans, and it's also ideal for wearing to 80s festivals and parties, which, I hope, will all go ahead as planned now that we are winning the battle with that menace called Covid.

You can also but the Tiffany 80s T-shirt directly from the Retro Tees store if you prefer. 

Admittedly, I had a bit of a crush on the Tiffany back in 1987/88, when I had posters galore plastered on my bedroom wall, although I also had a thing for Debbie Gibson and Wendy James. Although her assault on the UK and US singles chart was short-lived, she did manage to score three consecutive top 10 hits in both countries, the other two being "Could've Been" and "I Saw Him Standing There". 

Sadly, after one more hit with "Radio Romance" in 1988 (She also had a No.6 hit with "All This Time" in the US), the singer faded into obscurity, although she has continued to release singles and albums, with her latest being "Hey Baby" in 2021. 


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