TikTokers are predicting Gap logo sweatshirts will be back in style in 2021

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File this under trends no one ever expected to see again: Tons of TikTok users are currently sporting Gap logo sweatshirts in their videos. Some are even predicting the comfy loungewear essential of yesteryear will actually be a bonafide trend in 2021.

No matter your age, there’s a pretty good chance you owned a Gap logo sweatshirt back in the day. Not only were they super comfortable, but they were low-key a status symbols in the days before luxury brands Gucci and Louis Vuitton became more mainstream.

While some people stopped wearing their Gap logo sweatshirts and hoodies, the brand really never stopped making them. And, if you can believe it, they’re still universally well-reviewed and top-rated at both Gap and Gap Factory.

Whether you follow trends or not, there’s no reason not to get yourself a Gap logo sweatshirt this season. Even if the craze doesn’t take off in 2021 as TikTokers are predicting, you’ll still have a cozy piece to bundle up in on cold days.

Shop: Gap Arch Logo Hoodie, $59.95

Credit: Gap

Shop: Gap Logo Shine Crewneck Sweatshirt, $54.95

Credit: Gap

Shop: Gap Logo Hoodie, $17.99 (Orig. $49.99)

Credit: Gap Factory

Shop: Gap Logo Pullover Hoodie, $17.99 (Orig. $39.99)

Credit: Gap Factory

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