• Mon, Dec 20 2010

Poll: Do Logos Matter to You?

Whether it’s Coach or Chanel, there’s no denying the power of a recognizable label. However, some logos are more stylish than others. Would you be more or less likely to buy a purse (or any other item) that was covered in logos?

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  • Eileen

    Mostly, it depends on the size. I’d never want a handbag or anything, really, covered in logos, but, say, a small Ralph Lauren pony is not a big deal.

    • Lauren

      I agree with that. I have a Kate Spade bag, her little logo tag thing is tiny, you’d have to be right next to me to see it, but I would never walk around with a LV or D&B bag that’s covered in logos.

    • Lindsay Cross

      I agree with both of you. A small logo is fine, but when the logo is the entire pattern of the bag, wallet, what-have-you, I don’t like it at all.

  • Lauren

    I’m paying for the bag/clothing, they’re not paying me. I don’t see a reason I should have to pay to advertise for the company. If they were paying me to be a walking billboard I would happily display the logo, but I don’t pay to be a walking advertisement.

  • Chelsea

    For me I could care less about the logo, its the fact I can’t cven afford a label bag.

  • Joanna

    i agree, its tacky when it’s all over a product.
    you buy it because it looks nice, not to advertise the company.
    though i’d rather buy the same looking item from topshop rather than primark.

  • kris

    I’m not a big fan of logos all over anything; in fact, that typically makes me NOT purchase something. The only exception is the Miss Marc character, from Marc by Marc Jacobs, though she’s not exactly a logo. I just think she’s adorable, and I have a handful of items bearing her image, though none of it has “Marc Jacobs” stamped all over the exterior. I didn’t buy any of it with the intention of, “ooh, everyone is going to see this and know it’s Marc Jacobs,” it was just, “She’s so cute! Must. Buy. Now.”