Shopping Fix: What’s Your Slogan Style?

25 April 2014 by

GALLERY >> The Slogan Styles


Risk averse? There’s an array of feel-good slogans out there. Georgia May Jagger is on message with her Isabel Marant ‘Freedom’ tee.

T-shirt, £180, Christopher Kane

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Jumper, £295, Sister by Sibling

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Tres Sweatshirt, £82.50, Antipodium

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Pouch, £18, Alphabet Bags

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Join the likes of Ri-Ri, Queen Madge and Rita Ora and say something a bit daring, risqué or potentially offensive!

Top, £70, Zoe Karssen

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Parental Advisory mesh sweatshirt, £833, Alexander Wang

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Baseball cap, £38, Comme Des F Down

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Cady bracelet, $37.95, Stella and Bow

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Sweatshirt, £65, Untitled & Co

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If you're all about labels, almost every brand has an option. Our favourite? This Chanel hoodie, worn by January Jones.

Tiger printed silk scarf, £180, Kenzo

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Belt, £210, Moschino

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Hoodie, £172, DKNY x Opening Ceremony

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Leather skirt, £175, Ann Sofie Back

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V-neck football t-shirt, £30, Topshop x Adidas Originals

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Slogos – that is, slogan and logo motifs – are omnipresent. From Topshop to Net-APorter, the streets to the runways, you can’t escape them. They’re emblazoned on tees, sweats, caps, bags, jewellery and more. 

Pick the right piece and you’ve got a trendticking, conversation-starting, winning buy. There are degrees of slogo-ing, however, and it’s all about finding the perfect match for you.

Some are distinctly in-your-face – for example, ‘You can’t make a hoe a housewife’ or ‘Up yours’ are best left to those with major sartorial swagger, like Rihanna. Then there are the die-hard designer fans, who love to gild their wardrobes with conspicuous label logos: think Balmain, Chanel, Givenchy, et al.

But if subtle is more what you’re after, stores currently provide an array of sweet, never-offensive versions – just check out Christopher Kane’s Petal tee for inspiration. So, which slogo crew are you in? Click through the gallery above to find out...




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