According to this article at Who What Wear, we may be reaching the end of logo-laden clothing and accessories. Apparently, fashion designer Johanna Ortiz has declared that she’s ready to retire “overtly branded pieces”, revealing, “I think I’m done with logomania.” Will other designers fall in behind her?
And how do we feel about the decline of logo-wear? For me, it’s a positive, as I rarely wear anything that’s recognizable as “designer style,” unless my Keds count. When I wear a scarf, I don’t care for the designer’s logo to show and ditto with bags and tees (any tee with a cat or octopus is game-on).
I’ll make an exception for the following, because they’re not too serious, and I’d love to hear your opinions in the comments:
Cute sneakers. There are some amazing women’s sneakers for sale! Sequins, puff balls, metallics, cartoons and more. They’re a traditional piece of clothing that often displays a logo. Converse forever.
“Designer” sunglasses. In quotes because, really, do we need Famous Designers in order to get a cool pair of glasses? So if I do buy a “designer” pair, I want to be sure that name is on the arm, just to be cheeky. Rock me out, Gucci.
Stay fabulous, be as logo-ish as you like, and see you at the new “Easy does it” Visible Monday,
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