It’s time to love your logos again. Riding a wave of 90s and early 2000s nostalgia, the logo T-shirt and sweatshirt are making a big comeback this year, thanks to celebrities like Harry Styles, who aren’t afraid to flaunt their favorite brands. Pair your logo shirt with a clean pair of jeans, or tuck it into a simple dress for a look that’s fashionable without being obnoxious.
Here are five logo-driven shirts we love (and one bonus logo-printed product at the end).
1. GUESS DESTROYED LOGO V-NECK TEE
An inside-out design delivers faded stripes on this short-sleeve tee, featuring the classic red triangle Guess logo.[/caption]
2. CALVIN KLEIN JEANS LOGO PRINT SWEATSHIRT
The iconic CK logo sweatshirt is updated with a slightly looser fit and a faded black “meteorite” color. Harry Styles not included.[/caption]
3. BALMAIN JERSEY SWEATSHIRT
Balmain’s sweatshirt features the label’s iconic motif in white. It’s cut from soft cotton-jersey and finished with ribbed trims for a cozy fit. This is a favorite sweater often seen on the Kardashian-Jenner clan.[/caption]
4. GUCCI OVERSIZED TEE
Inspired by an original 80s print, this oversized top is detailed with the label’s signature gold Gucci lettering and red and green web motif. The cream-colored cotton jersey is distressed around the neckline for a cool, worn-in feel.[/caption]
5. GIVENCHY DISTRESSED TEE
This T-shirt has a loose fit, distressed cut-outs and is printed with the label’s distinctive block lettering. Now that Riccardo Tisci has announced his departure from Givenchy, this is the time to scoop up one of his iconic shirts before the changing of the Givenchy guard.[/caption]
And while this last item isn’t a T-shirt, it’s hot off the runway and just too good to pass up. An embossed leather logo tote? Yes please.
DKNY EMBOSSED LEATHER LOGO TOTE
This DKNY black leather tote features a magnetic closure, top handle and adjustable strap. The boxy design takes this bag from tough to tomboy chic.[/caption]
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