12 slogan t-shirts you should own
First made popular in the '80s by Katharine Hamnett, the slogan t-shirt has had something of a resurgence over the past two years. From bold political statements to tongue-in-cheek one-liners, fashion is once again doing the talking. Here are some of our favourite choice words to add to your wardrobe.Shop The Edit
1. Coffee lovers
Our sentiments exactly. Pink, cute and an easy way to declare our love for coffee, this style just moved to the top of our wish list.
BAN.DO, Not without my coffee pink t-shirt, £30
2. Brunch club
Because who doesn't love brunching? We'll be wearing this top with blue jeans and Converse off-duty. On summer afternoons, update your look with white denim for a burst of freshness.
Whistles, Brunch Club Logo T-shirt, £49
3. Cute cacti
Our love of cacti shows no signs of waning, in fact, this season they're making their way into our wardrobes thanks to one of our favourite brands, Tommy.
Tommy Hilfiger, Tommy jeans embroidered tee, £35
5. Parisian chic
Who doesn't want to be a French girl? This super soft cotton tee was made to be worn with high-waisted jeans and summer mules.
Whistles, Merci beau coup logo T-shirt, £49
7. Levi classic
Our favourite Levi's top has had a blue makeover. Dress it up with white jeans and heels come Saturday night.
Levi's, The perfect batwing tee, £25
8. Beach styles
From playful t-shirts to must-have prints, Fabienne Chapot has become one of the hottest brands around. Start your collection with this on-the-money tee.
Fabienne Chapot, T-shirt with Aloha text, £40
9. Baby pinks
Who can resist a shout out to Calvin Klein? Showcase this fresh baby tee with white jeans and casual sandals.
Calvin Klein, Monogram box logo tee, £45
11. Bold Biba
We know how much you love Biba, so why not let everyone else know too? This style looks just as good with jeans and trainers as leather trousers on a Friday night.
Biba, Biba Logo & Star Tee, £25