Once upon a time when I was a young girlo, there was nothing I thought was more stylish than an item of clothing with a huge brand name or logo across the front.
Whether it was your classic sports brand (Adidas, Nike) or dubious teen clothing labels (Susst, Nope etc), all I wanted to do was to wear my brands on my sleeve or you know, on my chest!
As time passed I realised that fashion wasn’t all about “name brands” as we loved to call them back then and more about how you express yourself through your clothing.
Recently, however, there has been somewhat of a revival for logos and slogans and suddenly, I’m sucked back in.
I love this Pepsi t-shirt, it’s from the men’s section in Bershka and goes with everything.
While shorts season is well and truly past us now, there are many ways to wear your favourite branded t-shirt.
You can get away with it at work if you have a casual dress code, simply pop it on under a blazer and pair it with black jeans.
And if it’s chilly, layer under a bomber jacket.
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Another way to dress up your logo t-shirt is by wearing it with a fitted skirt, slogan tees look great with leather or vinyl skirts.
For a casual look layer it under a denim t-shirt or biker jacket.
I bought a Levi’s tee in Spain for €25 but I wasn’t that happy with the quality.
It’s very see-through and the logo is a bit faded already. Has anyone else had this issue with a Levis tee?
I’m wondering if mine was a fake or if it’s because I put it in the dryer?!
I tend to buy slogan tees one size up because if they’re too tight they are unflattering on the boobs! Go looser and larger if you need to.
These are just a few slogan/logo t-shirts I’ve my eye on – let me know if you like them too.
I feel as if this “Sassy” t-shirt, €18 from Missguided was made just for me…
One of my favourite vintage stores, Public Romance in Galway, is stocking these gorge “Girl Gang” tees in black and white.
I think they’d be cute with mom jeans and runners.
Crank up the sass to level 100 in this Nasty Gal “Bitch since Birth” t-shirt, I absolutely love it!
Nasty Gal is definitely the place to find a slogan tee with an extra serving of attitude – check out these two beauts.
A retro logo is just as cool as a sassy slogan, especially this Coca-Cola tee from Bershka.
The Gucci logo t-shirt sent fashionistas everywhere into a frenzy earlier this year and the high street has produced its own affordable versions of the much-coveted garment.
Check out these dupes from Bershka and River Island.
Last but not least, this slogan t-shirt from River Island appeals to every fibre of my being.
Hope you enjoyed this post and apologies for being MIA for so long. I’ve been very busy with an exciting new job. It’s a massive opportunity for me but I’ll still be blogging as usual.
Do you like the slogan tee trend? Leave me a comment and let me know. I know this post is slightly unseasonal but I hope to do a cosy jumper post soon – watch this space!
PS – this was not a sponsored post.