'Free Lindsay' collections hit stores
Monday 26 July 2010
Just days after Lindsay Lohan went to jail, fashion website StyleList has unearthed some gear that will help you show your support (or the contrary). But with that ever-shrinking sentence, you better get shopping quick!
The biggest range to choose from comes courtesy of the CustomizedGirl: t-shirts make you a 'Member of the Free Lindsay Coalition,' state 'Lindsay's Last Call' (complete with the image of a drink, of course) or simply demand to 'Free Lindsay Now.' Shirts cost between $9.97 and $24.97.
Label 99 Volts is using online platform Amazon to cash in on Lindsay's fate: a simple design, available for both men and women, shows a prison cell together with the slogan, 'Free Lindsay.' They are already discounted and now selling at $12.99 instead of $21.99.
Cafe Press has also thought of the other 'team:' its 'Keep Lindsay' t-shirt costs $28. And that's not the only thing that's more varied on the site: the 'Free Lindsay' range also includes buttons, trendy tote bags, and even underwear. Frustrated about the fact that your 'Free Winona' and 'Free Martha' t-shirts suddenly seem so dated? Plan ahead for next time, and get a t-shirt that says 'Free Whichever Spoiled Little Brat Celebrity That's In Jail This Week.' Prices at Cafe Press start at $12.
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