As a nation, it’s safe to say that we’re loco for a logo – and one of the most instantly recognisable iterations comes by way of Gucci’s simple-yet-statement trademark T-shirt. You know the one we’re talking about... If you haven’t seen it sported by the style set over the past Fashion Month, you’ll have certainly scrolled past it via your favourite fashion Instagram account.

Oversized and boasting a vintage feel thanks to its distressed neckline, faded gold lettering and a cutesy floral appliqué, this model has achieved cult status due to its classic-cool potential.

Blue denim goes with a white tee like a cuppa’ goes with biscuits. In other words: Better bedfellows, you’ll be hard pressed to find. For a pared-back affair, Ksubi’s cropped high-rise jeans are a winning style. Meanwhile, to add some flavour to your outfit, ETRO’s multicoloured patchwork wrap (with its vibrant red and cream crochet) will jazz things up nicely.

To bring a brand new energy to the staple, introduce a bold layer underneathJil Sander’s light blue and red checkerboard style is just the statement that’s required. To make it even more of a visual feast, anchor the duo with Sportmax’s poplin skirt, which promises to get people talking with its fold-over waist and utility nuances.

For a smarter switch-up, make your tee work hard underneath a checked suit by way of Tibi, toning down the formality of tailoring and its myriad workwear connotations. Synchronising beautifully with the palette, a brown python-embossed leather tote via Wandler will carry your daily essentials from A to B in style.

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