Franny Ladies Dark Grey/Charcoal Baseball Shirts

Franny Ladies Dark Grey/Charcoal Baseball Shirts

$25.00



In 1994 Kurt Cobain wrote a song about Seattle's beleaguered Frances Farmer, who was driven out of Hollywood and into the insane asylum by McCarthyism in the 1950s.

"Franny" adapted by Thom Phoenix from a photo of Frances Farmer.

Custom sewn, individually numbered ladies baseball shirts (BJ038-040). Hand printed with soft discharge ink.

Comes with ZBQ Certificate of Authenticity.

Reviews (1)

Average:

Sizing is waaaayyy too small which is such a bummer because I was really looking forward to wearing this ☹️ I ordered this in a ladies xl and it fit like a small. All of the t-shirts I own are either unisex large or women’s xl so I was pretty confident it would fit. I had a couple of my friends who wear the same size try it on too and it didn’t fit either of them also. Maybe Canadians are just a lot skinnier than Americans (lol wouldn’t surprise me) and sizing is different? Also, take note: the shop’s logo seen in the image is a part of the design and printed on the shirt. I had thought that was just used with the image to prevent anyone from using it without permission but it is part of the design. This sort of disappointed me because it draws attention away from the rest of the design.


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