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By (Guest Post)06/12/2006
go to menshealth.com and type in Vintage T-shirt
By (Guest Post)08/31/2005
personally....I just go to garage sales...you can find some pretty good stuff there...I just bought a maroon "Penn State University" sweatshirt with 3/4 sleeves...all i did was cut the neck to make it alot wider.....it was already worn and faded...so...garage saling makes it so much easier...
By (Guest Post)07/04/2005
i heard on queer eye for the straight guy (not gay tho) that if you sand paper it a little bit.. not the whole shirt just the image on it... but the other two are good ideas too
By (Guest Post)06/30/2005
yeah ive heard if you leave it in the sun while its soaked in water and salt for a couple days that itll get more vintage-y
By (Guest Post)06/23/2005
wash it in the washing machine, (small load) with 2 cups of bleach. Then tea dye it. It won't absorb much tea unless it's all cotton. Dry it on a line and stretch out the neck and strech the body of it in a vertical direction. That ought to do it. Don't dry it in the dryer.
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