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Top 5 Mini Slogan T-Shirts

Photography by Simon Creasey

1 H&M

Slogan T-shirts are huge, literally, but they're not for everyone.  Don't get me wrong, I'm all up for a giant slogan t-shirt but I also like the more subtle approach which is why this week's Top 5 is all about the 'mini' slogan tees.  Starting off with this cute little number from H&M.  Thanks to Beyonce's gran we all know and love this 'When Life Gives You Lemons' phrase and short of getting it tattooed across your forehead, this t-shirt can be a gentle reminder to keep your chin up and crack on with life...or maybe you just think it's cute, either way it's a high street winner with me.

T-Shirt | Short Necklace | Disc Necklace | Sunglasses | Jeans 

2 Topshop

Heartbreaker was one of my favourite songs of the 90's and if there's one thing Topshop does well, it's 90's trends.  Grab a pair of their high waisted mom jeans, tuck in this 'Heartbreaker' t-shirt and layer a biker jacket over the top and you've got the recipe for 90's perfection.

3 Maison Labiche

Maison Labiche was the original brand to start creating these cute tiny slogan t-shirts, in fact it's what their brand is all about.  Now they have children, mens and they haven't stopped at t-shirts.  I love stripes (who doesn't?) so in a number 3 is this rather French Bretton 'Cherie' embroidered t-shirt.  Tucked into a pair of high waisted jeans this tee will be perfect for Summer.  Accessorise with a scarf tied around your neck for serious French girls vibes or layer a blazer over the top to dress it up.

4 &Other Stories

If simplicity is your thang then this basic navy t-shirt with 'Future Perfect' embroidery right be your cup of 'tee'.  Again team with some denim or even a pair of high waisted chinos, add a basket bag and you've got a pretty cute little summer outfit.

5 Pull & Bear

These T-shirts are all about adding a bit of fun and if you want to ease into the trend then you might not want to break the bank with your first mini slogan tee.  This 'IT'S OVER' basic black t-shirt from Pull & Bear is only £7.99 so it's perfect for trying out the trend.

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  1. 22nd April 2017 / 9:15 am

    Really like the other stories one as well. Really minimalistic and cute

  2. 22nd April 2017 / 2:16 pm

    When I was younger I loved slogan tees but how I grew older I started replacing them with plain T-Shirts. That’s why I’m glad they’re back this season. I’ve seen so many pretty ones lately (and bought them haha) I totally agree about H&M, they make really cute slogan tees. xx

    Valentina from https://psminimalist.blogspot.com

    • 24th April 2017 / 6:46 am

      I was exactly the same, I was very guilty of wearing every single Juicy Couture slogan tee they every brought out when I was a teen. Just goes to show that everything comes back around, however I won’t ever be whipping out the velour tracksuit again 😉 x

  3. 22nd April 2017 / 6:24 pm

    Love the first 3, need to get a few more in my wardrobe!

    Kirsty xx | kirstyeelizabeth.com

    • 24th April 2017 / 6:48 am

      H&M have a lot more cute styles too and they’re all so affordable so it won’t break the bank, I’m totally eyeing up the Maison Labiche one though x

  4. 22nd April 2017 / 6:45 pm

    I’m loving all the embroidered tees at the moment.

    I like the ones with the small quotes, but I’m also a fan of the roses, so many to choose! 🙂

    Heather x | http://www.atelierofstyle.co.uk

    • 24th April 2017 / 6:49 am

      I love the small quotes styles, I bought a few last season from Topshop & Maison Labiche but I still find myself wanting more x

    • 24th April 2017 / 6:49 am

      Well now you just have an excuse for another trip to H&M x

  5. Lindsey
    28th April 2017 / 2:48 am

    I am crazy about this trend!!! I need more ASAP!

    @RivetingTrends gotta spice up the page!

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