Apparel Logo Ideas:
This tie-dye heart will make a splash and is bound to catch attention when used as branding on any piece of apparel. The monochromatic color palette adds a serious aesthetic and is a contemporary branding style. The well-balanced Gothic A1 typeface complements the minimalist style of the design and has a matching bold characteristic.
The soft pink across the middle of the logo hints at a traditionally feminine brand but, more importantly, adds a soft, nurturing character that contrasts the sharp, jagged line of the icon. This icon, resembling a mountain, suggests an outdoor brand, while the dark gray and distinct letters of the Barlow typeface give the brand name prominence.
Bright orange is a great color for branding, as it immediately draws attention and highlights a brand that is energetic and enthusiastic about nightwear. The sleepwear aspect is indicated by the warm gown and sparkling stars, while the geometric lines of the Nunito Sans typeface contrast the fluidity of the icon and suggest a trustworthy brand.
A minimalist icon of a sleep mask and chunky stars creates a fun mascot for a children's sleep apparel business. The soothing quality of the closed eyes and half hidden stars is enhanced by the cool, modern monochromatic near-black, while the Monda typeface optimizes the logo and its branding for online marketing and social media.
This standout design exudes a modern masculine identity that is eye-catching and bold. The clean lines of the Miriam Libre typeface, with its soft curves, highlight a strong yet friendly personality. The rounded and stylized tux suggests a sophisticated apparel line, while the intense pink adds a trendy aesthetic and urges customers to buy.
Vivid red is commonly used in retail to create a sense of urgency, encouraging customers to buy before the apparel is no longer available. The addition of leafy elements to a sports bra hints at feeling refreshed after exercising, indicating a brand designed to keep athletes cool. The Maven Pro typeface flows like a runner wearing your apparel.
This charming icon works well as a symbol for a sleepwear or eveningwear apparel brand. The stark black KoHo typeface combines a mechanical and calligraphic style to bring a unique quality to the design that hints at handmade garments, while bright orange symbolizes a brand message of creativity and positivity—a design guaranteed to draw attention.
The cyan color is bright when used with orange and black, bringing a sense of tranquility and youth to this design. This idea of youth is carried through in the icon of a small figure wearing a tailored, fairy-like dress. The slightly rounded corners of the Rubik typeface add a friendly quality to this lively design.
As an emblem for your apparel, the stars and wreaths in this icon symbolize the excellence and quality of your materials and creations. The blue color palette enhances this idea with connotations of knowledge, wisdom, and confidence, while the rounded Ubuntu typeface adds a softer, friendlier quality that invites all customers to try your brand.
The Playfair Display typeface brings an outgoing, attention-grabbing quality to this design, creating a logo that looks great on banners and in advertisements. The apple green color symbolizes freshness and growth, hinting that your apparel is always fresh and new, keeping up with trends, and the circular icon complements this idea of continuity.
The vivid orange lines making up the flowing lines of this elegant evening gown invite the viewer to imagine all the possibilities related to the look, feel, and environment in which evening gowns can be worn. This design invites the customer to feel amazing, young, and enthusiastic. The retro Caudex typeface may add a vintage glamour flair.
The lines of this icon forming almost an abstract knot create a sense of chaos, movement, and energy, making a great symbol for an athletic apparel brand. The dark purple color palette adds a sophisticated, luxury aesthetic to the design and the brand, while the Public Sans complements the minimalist style with a strong, neutral quality.
Bright pinkish-red jumps out of this design, grabbing attention and encouraging customers to walk into your apparel store. The familiar Alatsi typeface creates an atmosphere of calm and trustworthiness while highlighting a contemporary flair. The fragile butterfly flying by the moon fits well into this aesthetic, hinting at delicate materials.
Black and off-white are timeless colors that portray confidence, strength, and professionalism. The creative design of a mustache combined with a hanger suggests traditionally male clothing, perhaps with a more formal style, such as tuxedos. The Caudex typeface adds a fun retro flair, linking back to vintage styles.
This tribal-styled eagle works well as a symbol for a nature-loving brand that values freedom, truth, and strength. The use of a monochromatic green continues the natural theme and conveys a brand that is fresh, inviting, and perhaps organic. Meanwhile, the Monda typeface adds a contrasting technical style to the logo for online marketing.
How do I create an apparel logo?
- Think about your business's target market, values, and niche positioning.
- Research the colors, fonts, and images your competitors use in their logos.
- List the elements that will work for your business and stand out from the crowd.
- Generate ideas using a logo maker.
- Select your top five to ten designs and ask potential customers for feedback.
- Tweak your favorite design based on the feedback and download it.
Where can I find apparel logos with names?
What are some famous apparel logos?
- Coco Chanel.
- Louis Vuitton.
Where can I download the best apparel logos?
You can create, edit, and download apparel logos for free on Zarla by clicking on "Edit" below one of our examples or by using our logo maker.