Buy these fresh fall items if you’re obsessed with logo-mania
Your favorite trend from the suburbs is officially back. No longer relegated to the very back of your closet, the logos that once thought were dated af are finally back from the fashion graveyard.
Thanks to Instagram’s obsession with ’00s nostalgia, get ready to be lookin’ like a snack with these 8 pieces you need to buy:
1. The “Say My Name, Ken” Bodysuit
Barbie x Missguided Black Printed Bodysuit – $38
Ken, meet Barbie. Barbie, meet Ken. Tell me, who else can get more meta than the blonde plastic doll herself? As an ode to Ruth Handler’s finest creation, Missguided released a killer collab with Barbie. One of my personal faves is this super cute mesh bodysuit as it’s chicly sexy, yet incredibly sophisticated like the doll herself. Show your love for your childhood style icon by rocking this with a matching pink miniskirt, bomber jacket and thigh high boots.
2. The “Dude, Where’s My Couture?” Pants
Juicy Couture Logo Geo Crown Del Rey Bootcut Pant – $73.99
It’s 2017 and everyone is hopping on the DeLorean to the era before pop culture “died.” As the kween of #tbt fashions, Juicy Couture resurrected their velour track pants just for you. Swap the Ugg boots and Tiffany jewelry for a one-shoulder sweater top, hoop earrings and clear PVC boots.
3. The Lil Kim Tribute Earrings You Absolutely Need
X-Girl Logo Hoop Earrings – $26
The red carpet may be rolled up, but nothing else screams more #tbt worthy than seeing a pair of big hoop earrings with a logo on it. If Lil Kim were to rock this in the ’90s, she would’ve dialed her stylist to go grab it for her. Pay a tribute to the *original* Queen Bee with a logoed belt, brown lipstick, mini dress and a feather-trim coat.
4. The Hollaback Girl Cap
Von Dutch Tan Logo Trucker – $40
Halloween may be a couple of weeks away, but hear me out: you can channel your faves with their go-to #fbf accessory. As the go-to brand for every girl who wanted statement pieces, Von Dutch turned Paris Hilton, Gwen Stefani and Anna Nicole Smith into bonafide style icons with their statement hats. Rock this cap with a pair of red lips, bling and a whole lotta denim for that ’00s bombshell vibe.
5. The “No Comment” Statement Necklace You Need to Wear
Nuhanzi Carrie Style Necklace – $70
If Carrie Bradshaw was a woke millenial, she wouldn’t be wearing a basic ass “FEMINIST” slogan tee. Instead, she’d be rocking a nameplate necklace with something other than her own name. Nühanzi, a Chinese term that means “manly woman”, is a NYC-based fashion label that you can’t miss out on. If you see a cat caller, let this necklace do the talking. Never have you ever found a chicer way to flip off the assholes.
6. The Girl Next Door Choker
Shop Dalmata Playboy Bunny Choker – $18
The late, great Hef may not be walking on earth anymore, but celebrate his legacy by treating yourself to a little slice of Playboy heaven. Chokers might be so 2016, but the quintessential bunny logo makes this girl next door staple a statement necklace you MUST keep for the rest of the year.
7. The Thotty Preppy Top
Fenty x Puma Cropped Polo – $80
You don’t need to be in Harvard to earn a degree, but you can fake it with this super collegiate-chic polo tee. Cropped above the waist for that Britney Spears circa ’99 look, Riri takes it to the next level with her Fenty University emblem. Stamped near the breast, THIS logo is something that you can’t ignore as it will make all your school mascots roll on the bleachers. Do you with a plaid miniskirt and big puffer jacket.
8. The Slay in the Snow Gloves
GCDS Knitted Logo Gloves – $88
OK. Right now, the weather isn’t overly too terrible, but brace yourselves because winter is coming. As the temps drop, turn to your grandmother’s favorite hack (i.e. gloves) to hide your chipped manicure. If you hate gloves and want to try them, I dare you to try this trend! The logos on them instantly dress it up for every occasion whether it be hitting the clubs or skiing in Aspen with your family. While gloves may sound non-practical and intimidating, you can thank me later.