Get on message with your T-shirt
Highstreet to catwalk, Slogan t-shirts are the latest must have. We show you our favourites from Topshop, Doubletroublegang, Wildfox and more
So slogan t-shirts have come a long way from the “ I went on holiday and all I got was this lousy t-shirt” It seems the coolest t-shirts of late are those that make you smile.
The key to this whole sensation is to keep it lighthearted and somehow it seems, these slogan t-shirts are just so much better in French. Non? Mais oui!
We particularly love the hand embroidered tees and sweatshirts from Doubletroublegang who personalise to order (that’s Christmas sorted)
Topshop and Wildfox have a great selection that can be worn to liven up classic tailoring, or tucked into a high waisted jean to follow a more seventies vibe.
Celebrities love them because you can really make a statement without saying a word.
Alexa Chung ties her wording in her with shoes in this effortless chic, white tee and jeans combo,
Daisy Lowe dresses up her slogan tee with a semi sheer skirt and red stain block heels.
And Reese Witherspoontakes her words to the gym with her array of tongue in chic tees.
Victoria Beckham is always ahead of the Fashion game and here she might be trying to tell us something…
T-shirt, £25, Dover Street Market (020 7518 0680, doverstreetmarket.com)
T-shirt, £55, Sonia Rykiel at Amazon (0800 496 1081, amazon.co.uk)
T-shirt, £7.99, Pull&Bear (0800 015 9735, pullandbear.com)
T-shirt, £39, People Tree (0845 450 4595, peopletree.co.uk)
T-shirt, £16, Topshop (0344 984 0264, topshop.com)
T-shirt, £75, Wildfox at Very Exclusive (0800 092 2966, veryexclusive.co.uk)
T-shirt, £55, Made by Riley (madebyriley.com)
T-shirt, £30, Pepe Jeans (020 7078 3513, pepejeans.com)
T-shirt, £39, Double Trouble (doubletroublegang.com)
T-shirt, £18, Simply Be (0345 071 9018, simplybe.com)