6 of the Worst Slogan Tees on Sale Now

Summer and working from home all the time has made me appreciate the benefits of a good t-shirt. While I was snooping around some of the online stores for some new tops, I kept coming across these incredibly tacky slogan t-shirts. I can understand if these were being worn by twelve years olds, but something (the prices, for example) tells me that these are being marketed for adults. Can someone help me out here? I cannot understand why anyone would want to wear one of these, unless they were at the gym (and even then, I would not wear one of these to the gym because I’d look like a twat.)

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Left: “Tout va bien” t-shirt by J Crew. Since when did they become a French brand? And according to reports, things are not going “bien” over there right now and sales are dipping. Right: “Let it be!” t-shirt by Happiness. Beatles lyrics are annoying no end – but made even worse when you add an exclamation point at the end.

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Left: “100% Magic” t-shirt by ASOS. How could you possibly set foot out of the house wearing this, unless it was a dare? Right: “Bad Ass Paris” t-shirt by Etre Cecile. There is nothing “bad ass” about Paris – it’s a city that is the opposite of bad ass. Get a life.

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Left: “I have seen the future” t-shirt by Levis. This is so geeky and SO lame. Right: “In Vogue we trust” t-shirt by MLM Label. I just threw up a little bit in my mouth. And if you actually did trust Vogue, you wouldn’t be wearing slogan tees, you’d be wearing overpriced designer clothing and you’d be photoshopped to death.

  • miss agnes

    I guess the J.Crew tee is positive reinforcement, you know, sort of let’s pretend everything is fine. You made me laugh today, thanks for that.

  • alexandrasuhnerisenberg

    Yikes….