Attention, last-minute holiday shoppers: It’s go time. For most online retailers, there is still enough time to deliver (for a fee) by Dec. 24, though the likelihood of something selling out only increases from now on. Many sites place their cutoff dates at Dec. 20 for Christmas shipping.
There has been no shortage of logos in fashion, which translates to plenty of gift options for label junkies looking to wear their allegiances on their sleeves (quite literally). For the label-obsessed, brands like Gucci, Off-White and Vetements all still carry a heavy cachet, but there are other brands, like the recently resurrected Fiorucci, creating their own logo buzz. Regardless of the brand, these gifts all make their own statement.
Off-White “For Walking”: leather over-the-knee heeled boots
If you’re really into labels, it’s all about Off-White right now, and designer Virgil Abloh’s “For Walking” printed leather over-the-knee boots are the biggest label statement one could make this year (or next).
Fiorucci cropped logo sweatshirt
Seventies and ’80s brand Fiorucci is slowly but surely making its comeback. This cropped sweatshirt, with its angels logo, is both ahead of the curve and savvy of the past.
Vetements lurex logo socks, $98
Yes, there are the Bernie Sanders-esque campaign jackets and scarves, but these Vetements lurex metallic socks are both festive-looking and on-trend (and currently on sale).
Fendi Fun Fair slide sandals, $600
These candy-looking slides are perfect for a holiday spent poolside.
Fenty Puma logo mascot backpack, $250
This bear backpack from Rihanna’s academic-inspired collection has been a highly prized item all fall.
Miu Miu logo graffiti ballerina flat, $694
A subtle graffiti print, ankle wrap and buckle detail make this pink ballet flat a little naughty and a little nice.
Gucci iPhone 7 plus logo case, $190
A Gucci logo is still worth its weight, but the best thing about this case is its hard-to-lose shocking-pink color.