Wear Your Appetite on Your Sleeve with This Food-Inspired Apparel
It's official: Popeyes is selling their real uniforms online after fans on Twitter pointed out that Beyonce's Ivy Park collection looks a lot like the stylish employee get-up. Most of the items are already sold out, so hopefully they'll be restocking soon. You can check out the full selection on thatlookfrompopeyes.com.
The fast-food chain just launched a permanent online shop for their merch, and we are officially lovin' it. The debut line features more than 20 McDonald's-inspired clothing items and accessories that you never knew you needed, including World Famous Fry socks, a Sesame Seed umbrella, pop sockets, a Big Mac sandwich journal, hair ties, and even a winter beanie. Check out the full line-up on GoldenArchesUnlimited.com.
The cookie company has officially joined the holiday clothing game. They released a new limited-edition collection with Shinesty, which includes a two-person Double Stuf sweater, pajamaralls, pajamas with a cookie pouch, and onesies. “We have something we’re sure everyone will want to 'dunk' their body in,” said Shinesty CEO and founder, Chris White. The collection ranges in sizes from XS-XXL and prices range from $49.99-$104.99. Get yours today by heading to Shinesty.com.
Tis' the season for ugly Christmas sweaters galore! Popeyes is serving up one that's sure to get people talking at any holiday party, especially given how popular their Chicken Sandwich has become this year. Head to UglyChristmasSweater.com to order your sweater for $45 before supplies run out.
Get ready to drink to this: Bud Light and Grammy-nominated artist Post Malone have teamed up to create a limited-edition streetwear collection. Drawing inspiration from Malone's distinct tattoos, cover art and lyrics, the exclusive merch features everything from comfy sweatpants to cropped t-shirts to denim jackets and more—all Bud Light-branded, of course. The capsule will launch nationwide on August 5, 2019 at Shop.PostMalone.com, and items range between $10 and $250.
Have you ever wanted to keep your Cheddar Bay Biscuits warm and at arm's length? No, but now that you think of it, it sounds like a good idea? That's what Red Lobster thought when they decided to make new limited-edition fanny packs that come with insulation to keep their signature baked goods at optimal temperature.
The only way to win one is to enter Red Lobster's Twitter contest. Get all the info here.
The fast-casual burger joint partnered with PINTRILL to create a Pride collection sold through the month of June, which includes a pin, tee, tote, and beach towel. 100 percent of the proceeds from this fun rainbow apparel line benefit The Trevor Project, a crisis intervention and suicide prevention resource for LGBTQ youth.
Don't get it twisted: To celebrate the company's 30th anniversary, the pretzel chain partnered with six artists to design their first line of fashion and accessories. The "For the Love of Pretzels" collection features men's, women's, and children's clothing—ranging from graphic tees to baby onesies—and retails for $13-$40. The collection also includes notebooks, mugs and bags, so there's something for every pretzel-lover in your life.
Arby's and Warby Parker are coming together to re-brand Arby’s 23rd Street restaurant and Warby Parker’s Greene Street location in New York City to introduce the WArby’s Onion Ring Monocle— "a crispy yet corrective product that’s positioned at the intersection of food and fashion." Fans of the mash-up can also shop limited-editon WArby's-branded apparel, including shirts, hats, sandwich-inspired lens cloths and even beef-hued glasses.
If you're desperate to start grilling but the temperatures aren't high enough to wear your favorite summer tank just yet, Johnsonville has got your back (literally). The sausage company created a full line of "Swagville," including this Sun’s Out, Buns Out Tank-Topped Henley, so people can look great while cooking outdoors during any time of the year.
The pizza company brought back their Pie Top sneakers in honor of March Madness, but these high-tops offer a lot more than foot support. The shoes have the ability to order pizza and pause live TV. During the week of March 19, online retail site HBX will offer up 50 pairs for sale, but their price has yet to be revealed.
We already knew pancakes make the world go 'round—but the breakfast chain gave us another reason to love them by launching a line of limited edition breakfast-inspired loungewear like onesies, pants, and socks to benefit the Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.
Obsessed with the all-pink Starbursts? Now you can practically become one with their new apparel line. After seeing all the "I am a pink Starburst" memes, the company decided to "bring that reference to life offline for our fans," said Audrey Arbeeny, a senior brand associate for the company. "What better way to do that than launch a merch line where they can boldly wear it on their sleeves?” The playful collection features pink clothing, including a denim jacket, a sweatshirt, t-shirts, and a scarf.
This flavored sparkling water brand is turning up the heat this summer. They've turned their signature array of colorful cans into a swimsuit line so you can literally wear the drink to the beach. With five different color options for swim shorts ($39.50) and one pieces ($49.50) this bubbly new apparel has something for everyone.