Zara Has A ‘Friends’ T-Shirt Line That You’ll Definitely Want To Buy

Zara Friends T-Shirts

by Jazmin Kopotsha |
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Don't you just love it when the worlds of fashion, entertainment and 90s nostalgia collide? Us too. Which is why we're totally into these new Zara t-shirts. Prepare to add to basket.

Zara is no stranger to celebrating huge film and TV franchises in their clothing lines, of course. There have been Star Wars collections, that incredible Wonder Woman line back in 2016 and now, while as we continue to wallow in our Netflix binge pits over the lost glory days defined by everyone's six favourite New Yorkers, we've been gifted a modest line of Friends t-shirts.

As it stands, there are two of these loose fitting cotton t-shirts available online. Both boast big, screenshot-style prints of a scene from the show across the chest. If you're not hot on your Friends trivia, they've popped the episode title on the shirt too. There's also a lovely little print on the reverse at the nape of the neck which, super fans will be able to identify in a heart beat.

'The One Where Monica Gets A Roommate'

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Grazia Zara Friends T Shirt White

Take it all the way back to the very first episode when Rachel arrives at Central Perk after ditching Barry at the alter. As we've learned from the series' flashbacks, their lives would never have been the same had Monica not been so chill about Rachel moving in...

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Grazia Zara Friends T Shirt White

Recognise the Central Perk logo?

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FRIENDS® T-SHIRT, £15.99

'The One With A The Thanksgivings'

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Zara Friends T-Shirt

Are you even a Friends fan if you didn't contemplate recreating the scene when Monica put a turkey on her head with your Christmas turkey?

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Zara Friends T-Shirt

That little logo is of course the picture frame on the back of the front door to Monica's apartment.

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FRIENDS® T-SHIRT, £15.99

The t-shirts are just £15.99 each, are available in sizes S to XL and just might be the addition to your casual summer wardrobe you've been looking for. In need of inspiration of how to style them? Let us refer you back to the queen of enviable 90s wardrobes, Miss Rachel Green.

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