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. Women’s option and kids’ option available now, too!
This is a review of the $13 per month graphic tee option.
DEAL: Get 30% off of your first month with coupon code HELLO30.
The shirt came in Wohven’s classic green plastic mailer.
Each mailer includes a poster that features the designer of the shirt. This month, it’s Michael Grasseschi, an illustrator and designer who loves nature!
As always, the other side of the sheet features this month’s shirt design!
Everything in my October 2020 package!
Here’s this month’s featured Wohven t-shirt! It’s a round neck tee made from premium fabric and it comes in an olive green color which looks really awesome. I like how soft and breathable it is as well!
Here’s a closer look at the print! It looks like a nature-inspired painting with minimal details! There are hills in different earthy colors, and a circle above them which represents the moon. It’s simple yet eye-catching, and I really love it.
Wohven sends the most unique tees and I love it. This month, the artist did a great job of expressing a beautiful nature-themed design using only lines and curves, plus a few, earthy colors. The tee’s quality is also good because it’s soft, lightweight, and breathable. All in all, this subscription is great for anyone who likes wearing graphic tees! There’s a new featured artist every month, so you always have a new design to look forward to!
What do you think of Wohven?