The Logo Tee

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T-SHIRT | Tommy Hilfiger (old)
JEANS | Whistles (sold out, similar here)
TRAINERS | Adidas
COAT | Primark (old, similar here)
SUNGLASSES | Topshop
BAG | Topshop

Praise the lord, the brash logo tee is back! Remember the days of harvesting a young wardrobe of Jack Wills, Hollister and Abercombie t-shirts? Yep, it’s officially OK again.We all have one, hiding somewhere at the back of a cupboard or drawer (maybe it’s even your favourite gym top) but it’s time to dig them out and style them up for Spring. The classic, off duty style was big on catwalks for SS/17 and that Gucci top has been seen just about everywhere. But if (like me) you can’t afford to splurge on the iconic designer version, you can pick up cheaper (but just as cool) alternatives on the high street. Check out my favourite finds below.

I impulse-bought this Tommy Hilfiger logo top because it was a great find in TK-Maxx. I knew it would come in handy and one year on I’m wearing it on repeat! I’d recommend white because it’s a staple and you can slip it into so many ensembles – the clean, crisp colour (or lack of) looks cool with any jeans combo, under dungarees or with fitted trousers for a smarter get up.

As I mentioned in my previous post, I’m obsessed with fishnets (I even returned to Primark to get them in a different style…) and can’t get over the tiny bit of extra warmth they add! They’ve become almost a necessary item of underwear when I get dressed, radiating an effortless splash of edge as an alternative to socks. I particularly love how they compliment (or rather clash with) these raw hem jeans, giving the outfit a rough, urbanised tone.

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1 – Calvin Klein 

2 – The Deep End Club

3 – Fila @ Urban Outfitters

4 – Levi’s

Thanks for reading!

Peace x

ph: Chloe Jacks

Author: lilyroseking

20, blogger and journalism student at Nottingham Trent University. Music lover, fashion admirer and travel dreamer. Vintage and charity shopping, collecting records and drinking beer is what I do best.

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