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The 1990s Logomania Trend is Back!

Are you excited about the return of the Logomania trend this coming Spring? If you aren’t sure what is it, the fashion trend was prominent in the 90s and designers monogrammed their garments with unique lettering. Now it’s back with bold and eye-catching graphics and logos. If a “walking billboard” isn’t your style, there are ways you can still incorporate the logo-centric trend into your wardrobe. Check out what other ways you can rock the Logomania trend!

Casual Statement Pieces

You can start out with investing in casual statements, such a T-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts or jackets. It’s an easy way to add a bold impact to a simple silhouette without it being right in your face. Style these casual staples with your favorite pair of jeans and kicks for an athleisure look or opted for a blazer and trousers for a more polished look.

Statement Accessories

Another way to ease your way into the flashy trend is accessorizing.  A simple hair piece, designer sash or a handbag can add your logo-centric trend to your look. You can also opt for a belt buckle or graphic caps/hats.

Mega Font Statment

Lastly, for those of you who want to “Go Big or Go Home”, this is the perfect option for you. Just make sure not to let the logos wear you and with the super-mega fonts, you most certainly will make a bold statement.

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