Their patterned midi dresses, denim boiler suit and grown-up neutrals have been flying off the shelves in recent months, but now M&S have gone back to basics with a range of slogan t-shirts.
Having crashed back onto the catwalks when Dior sent a ‘We should all be feminists’ t-shirt down the runway in October 2016, this ’90s trend has been filtering through onto the high-street.
Follow Dior’s lead and use yours to make a statement with an empowering quote or play on the retro feel by wearing a tee emblazoned with your favourite city – there’s no shame in picking one just because you love the font though!
M&S’s range of slogan t-shirts have been flying off the shelves, but the online store looks to have had a recent restock, with more sizes now available. The already low price point has been slashed further, with many styles now costing just £4.
Worried slogan t-shirts are just for teens? Instead of teaming with a pair of joggers, elevate the look by layering under a suit (Dorothy Perkins have some great pastel separates).
The unexpected combination will not only feel fashion-forward but help you maximise the cost-per-wear of your tailoring too. Finish off with a chunky, white trainer to make the most of the sports luxe feel.
For something a little more feminine, style with a pleated midi skirt. Go for a block colour to let your t-shirt take centre stage or clash with a bold printed skirt.
Just make sure you stay true to size with the t-shirt to avoid having extra fabric to tuck in or adding bulk to your frame. Made from a cotton and elastane blend, these bargain t-shirts are designed to be form-fitting.
Or, keep it really casual and wear untucked with a pair of straight leg, light wash denim jeans for day. You can always add a pair of kitten heels for evening.
At this price, we’re spoilt for choice but the ’60s feel of their Arizona Wild Spirit t-shirt and laid-back appeal of the rainbow Copenhagen tee have sent them to the top of our wish list.
They’re selling out fast in most sizes, so move quickly if you want to bag a bargain. Either check out the t-shirts online, or in store. We’re likely to be adding more than one to basket…