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The 2016 Way to Wear All the Logo Merch You Totally Forgot About

Look back at your old photos, and you'll probably find yourself sporting a good ol' logo-plastered shirt or two - Hollister or Guess, if you were growing up in the early 2000s. While we've completely abandoned these flashy looks, logos never went completely out of style. At Fashion Week, they made a subtle appearance on the tees and pullovers of street-style stars and even appeared on the runway at shows like Tommy Hilfiger - who brought back all the branded goodies, from tanks to sweaters, we forgot about.
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