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.
Also included is an 8 x 10 exclusive poster that features the shirt’s design. Ours arrived with dents, though.
At the back, it features the designer of this month’s shirt, Nicolas Fredrickson. He’s a designer and illustrator from Omaha, Nebraska.
Everything in my October 2019 package!
This month’s featured shirt is in black. It’s a round neck made from premium quality cotton and polyester materials.
As always, the shirt comes with a simple yet unique, artistic design that would surely make you think deeper. This month’s design features a lamp-like figure surrounded with rays of lights that are represented by lines and dots around it. It also features an ancient eye symbol in the middle. It’s like wearing a work of art on a t-shirt!
T-shirts from Wohven never disappoint! Every tee they send is high-quality and comfortable to wear. They even feature artistic designs you wouldn’t find anywhere else. It’s also nice to receive a poster with the same design as the shirt, but ours arrived with dents. Overall, it’s an awesome subscription especially if you are a fan of graphic tees. For just $13 per month, you’ll get a fresh tee to show off! If you prefer plain shirts or v-neck shirts, they offer those as well!
What do you think of Wohven?