Wohven is a monthly t-shirt subscription service that sends you premium quality t-shirts at a fraction of the retail price.
The blank t-shirt subscription starts at just $9 a month and you can choose one of 12 colors (charcoal, light gray, navy, black, white, royal, brown, red, pewter, olive, mint, cardinal, or midnight), or let them surprise you. For $10 a month, they will make your t-shirt a v-neck (same color choices but no olive, mint, cardinal, or midnight) and for $13 a month, they will send you a graphic tee every month ($14 for a graphic v-neck). Go up to a long-sleeve graphic tee for $18 per month. Sizes range from small to XXL.
This is a review of the $13 per month graphic tee option.
DEAL: Get 30% off of your first month with coupon code HELLOSUB30.
The shirts always come in a simple reusable plastic mailer.
Aside from the mailer, the shirt also comes in transparent plastic packaging together with an info card that presents this month’s featured shirt and its designer, William Finch from Bournemouth, UK.
Everything in my September 2019 package!
This month’s tee is a gray round neck shirt made from premium quality cotton and polyester fabric. Aside from the designs, I love Wohven tees because they’re light, soft, and comfortable to wear.
The designer is inspired by his hometown, where he lives near nature, the seas and the forest. As you can see, this one has beautiful blue waves that definitely represents the beaches near his home.
The shirt is size XXL, and it’s made in Nicaragua. The shirt has a really nice fit!
It’s always nice to see how artists beautifully represent nature in their artworks, and this shirt is proof of that!
I love how the artist interpreted the beautiful water waves on this month’s shirt design. The shirt itself is also comfortable and the fit just is perfect. Wohven shirts are my go-to wear on casual days, or when I just want to show people these beautiful shirt designs. I’m excited about future packages! This is definitely one of the best subscriptions for tee lovers and collectors!
What do you think of Wohven?