Slogan tees, they’ve been having a moment for more than a moment and frankly, I’m finding I can’t get enough of them! I mean, anyone who knows me will know I’m rarely lost for words and the beauty of a statement/slogan tee is that you can still be spouting words even when you’ve got your mouth shut and you’re power-walking down the high-street. Genius! And talking of the high-street, it’s got some A-M-A-ZING slogan tees right now, you can barely lift your latte to your lips for bumping into them, and here are my current favourites.
Starting with this ‘Lucky’ tee that I picked up in New Look a few weeks ago for the bargain price of £8.99 and just love! It feels like such good quality, it’s 100% cotton and I’ve found it fits nicely and washes really well – love it:And here are some more I’ve spotted in New Look that I’d happily make room for in my wardrobe – all current and in-store/online now:
Moving on to MANGO, where I spotted SO many slogan tees that I want, want, want, when I was shopping in Bangkok recently – but I couldn’t let myself go all the way to Thailand only to shop in MANGO, so left empty handed! But, these two are the ones I can’t stop thinking about:
Shopping around, here are 10 more of the best slogan tees I’ve come across, details and links underneath the pics. If we’re to believe there’s a heatwave around the corner, then buy now and wear now springs to mind, yay!! Finally!!
Gelato T-Shirt, H&M, £19.99 – click here.
C’est Si Bon Striped, Hush, £35 – click here.
Fiesta-Beach-Repeat, Zara, £15.99 – click here.
Today’s Outfit is Pink, Zara, £15.99 – click here.
Not My First Rodeo, Kitri Studio, £45 – click here (they only had 3 left in XS when I last looked).
ROSE T-Shirt, FWP by Rae, £28 – click here (also love their BON VINTAGE tees too).
Cheri Slogan Tee, V by Very, £15 – click here.
Brunch Club T-shirt, Whistles, £49 – click here.
Strong Girls Club (Pink), Mutha.Hood, £22 – click here.