I want to create a tagline for my clothing brand. As the title says, the tagline is:

Make it different

I want the tagline to describe to consumers that:

  • These products are exclusive, and
  • The consumer will feel different while using my products.

Does "make it different" sound good?

  • I think only a special context can make it sound good, for example: Does your outfit seem too usual? Make it different!
    – Alex_ander
    Jan 15 '20 at 10:55

If you would like to stick as closely to your proposed slogan as possible, I would suggest altering it slightly to

Makes a difference

This links nicely to your second bullet point in that it is clear that wearing it will have a positive effect on the consumer.

Your current phrasing is more like a command to someone else that they should make 'it' different from other items.

An alternative phrasing just occurred to me as well. You could say,

[Brand name]. Made differently.

That would also get your point across.

  • I think "makes a difference" fit for my brand. Thanks! Jan 16 '20 at 2:19
  • Is that tagline fit for this sentence? Good style start with exclusive outfit. Let "makes a difference". Jan 16 '20 at 2:20
  • It should either be "Good style start with this exclusive outfit. Let's make a difference." or "Good style start with this exclusive outfit. It makes a difference."
    – LnZ
    Jan 16 '20 at 6:08

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