End of clothes with logos

The chest logo has been a popular feature of men’s clothing in the last decade.

The likes of Ralph Lauren, Lacoste, Superdry and Fred Perry were once the exclusive brands that did this. Sadly for them, their style was copied relentlessly and without shame by nearly everyone.

Some brands opted for an alternative animal logo, but the same style. Others went for the simple written font but placed it in the exact same spot, on the chest.

Once cheaper brands get involved, the bigger brands begin to move away because they realize that the trend has hit the masses and is therefore no longer something they want to be associated with.

 

David Gandy

In a recent interview with David Gandy, he revealed the one thing men have to start doing in order to get laid.

You can read the MSI version on what Gandy said here.

In short this is what Gandy said…

“Good t-shirts are essential. Why grown men still walk around with slogans on t-shirts is beyond me. It’s a mystery”

“Do you think that putting on a tee with a funny slogan or picture is going to get you laid? Believe me, it won’t. A good plain white or black t-shirt is a hugely versatile piece.”

This is the stage that men’s fashion has arrived at. As the masses have begun wearing clothing with the brand plastered all over it, the top level people have moved to a classier and plain design.

 

The End Of Chest Logos

The reason that this could be the end for chest logos, is because trend setters and public figures have moved away from that type of clothing.

Men take notice of what the likes of David Gandy are wearing, and they copy their outfits.

A second reason for this change, is because these logos no longer have the same appeal. There was a time where these logos meant something.

In the modern era however, these logos can be worn by anyone, knocks-offs exist and they’re very outdated.

Even the likes of Ralph Lauren and Superdry have either moved their logos elsewhere on the clothing or removed them completely.

If you’re still wearing clothing with centralised branding, then it could be time to renew your wardrobe. This type of clothing has found it’s way into gyms and there it will remain. Outside of this, centralised branding and prominent text should come to an end in men’s fashion.

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The chest logo has been a popular feature of men’s clothing in the last decade.

The likes of Ralph Lauren, Lacoste, Superdry and Fred Perry were once the exclusive brands that did this. Sadly for them, their style was copied relentlessly and without shame by nearly everyone.

Some brands opted for an alternative animal logo, but the same style. Others went for the simple written font but placed it in the exact same spot, on the chest.

Once cheaper brands get involved, the bigger brands begin to move away because they realize that the trend has hit the masses and is therefore no longer something they want to be associated with.

 

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In a recent interview with David Gandy, he revealed the one thing men have to start doing in order to get laid.

You can read the MSI version on what Gandy said here.

In short this is what Gandy said…

“Good t-shirts are essential. Why grown men still walk around with slogans on t-shirts is beyond me. It’s a mystery”

“Do you think that putting on a tee with a funny slogan or picture is going to get you laid? Believe me, it won’t. A good plain white or black t-shirt is a hugely versatile piece.”

This is the stage that men’s fashion has arrived at. As the masses have begun wearing clothing with the brand plastered all over it, the top level people have moved to a classier and plain design.

 

The End Of Chest Logos

The reason that this could be the end for chest logos, is because trend setters and public figures have moved away from that type of clothing.

Men take notice of what the likes of David Gandy are wearing, and they copy their outfits.

A second reason for this change, is because these logos no longer have the same appeal. There was a time where these logos meant something.

In the modern era however, these logos can be worn by anyone, knocks-offs exist and they’re very outdated.

Even the likes of Ralph Lauren and Superdry have either moved their logos elsewhere on the clothing or removed them completely.

If you’re still wearing clothing with centralised branding, then it could be time to renew your wardrobe. This type of clothing has found it’s way into gyms and there it will remain. Outside of this, centralised branding and prominent text should come to an end in men’s fashion.