11 Must-Haves To Rock The Logomania Trend This Spring

In honour of logomania’s triumphant return, we’ve put together a list of 11 must-have pieces for you to wear this Spring.

Gucci! Fendi! Versace! Wearing flashy logos has been out of style since the late 90’s, when the rise of knockoffs eventually thrusted the trend into “tacky” status. However, logos have recently been making a huge comeback on the runways, and fashion-lovers are super excited about sporting this trend again. In honour of logomania’s triumphant return, we’ve put together a list of 11 must-have pieces for you to wear this Spring.

Gucci White Logo Print T-Shirt & Red GG Marmont 2.0 Belt Bag

Image: SSENSE

If there’s one brand we can thank for making logos cool again, it’s Gucci. This white logo tee and red belt bag are serious #OOTD goals.

Buy it: Gucci White Logo Print T-Shirt, $940, at SSENSE & Gucci Red GG Marmont 2.0 Belt Bag, $1310, at SSENSE

 Gucci 54mm Square Sunglasses

Image: Nordstrom

With the gold “GG” emblem on these sparkly sunnies, there’s no mistaking them for anything but Gucci.

Buy it: Gucci 54mm Square Sunglasses, $528.47, at Nordstrom

Gucci Leather Belt With Double G Buckle

Image: Farfetch

When you’re spending hundreds of dollars on a belt, wouldn’t you want people to know who it’s by? Thankfully, this belt by Gucci does the work for you. FYI it’s also a great investment piece, as it can make your entire outfit look expensive af (even if it’s not).

Buy it: Gucci Leather Belt With Double G Buckle, $610, at Farfetch

Fendi Small Kan I BagImage: Farfetch

With celebs like Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian wearing it head-to-toe, Fendi’s logo has made a serious comeback as of late. We love this bag’s multicoloured take on the signature intertwining “F”s.

Buy it: Fendi Small Kan I Bag, $3,300, at Farfetch

Zara Capsule Collection T-Shirt With Printed Logo

Image: Zara

Zara is not a brand whose logo you would necessarily think of wearing, however, the monochromatic logo-print on this tee just works.

Buy it: Zara Capsule Collection T-Shirt With Printed Logo, $19.90, at Zara

 Kenzo Logo EspadrillesImage: Farfetch

We love how these logo-ed baby pink espadrilles by Kenzo are super cute and trendy without being too in your face. How perfect would these look worn with a white tee and jeans?

Buy it: Kenzo Logo Espadrilles, $325, at Farfetch

Adidas Originals track jacket

Image: Farfetch

Why wear just one trend when you can wear two? This track jacket by Adidas combines logomania with athleisure (another trend we’re obsessed with).

Buy it: Adidas Originals Track Jacket, $192, at Farfetch

Tommy Jeans Collegiate Crew-Neck Sweatshirt

Image: Urban Outfitters

Is there anything more 90’s than Tommy Hilfiger? This logo-ed “Tommy Jeans” sweatshirt brings back so many feels from the decade.

Buy it: Tommy Jeans Collegiate Crew-Neck Sweatshirt, $109, at Urban Outfitters

Calvin Klein Jeans Logo T-Shirt

Image: Asos

Speaking of 90’s fashion brands, this baby blue t-shirt by Calvin Klein really hits the spot for us. Clicking “add to cart” asap.

Buy it: Calvin Klein Jeans Logo T-Shirt, $93.74, at Asos

MSGM Logo Multi Strap Slipper Slides

Image: Shopbop

Why wear your heart on your sleeve when you can wear your favourite fashion logo on your feet? These cool MSGM slides are the epitome of logomania done right.

Buy it: MSGM Logo Multi Strap Slipper Slides, $430.80, at Shopbop

Balmain Black Logo T-Shirt

Image: SSENSE

While $320 may seem super expensive for just a t-shirt, $320 for anything Balmain is pretty much a steal. This black logo t-shirt with gold buttons on the shoulder is chic af, and we’re obsessed.

Buy it: Balmain Black Logo T-Shirt, $320, at SSENSE

Would you wear the 90’s logo trend this season? Let us know in the comments!

Featured Image: Instagram/@Fendi

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