10 Food-Themed Clothing Gifts
Miss Turkey in her custom-print hamburger bikini.
It's probably too late to purchase most of these gifts in time for Christmas, but that doesn't mean we can't sit and drool at the intersection of food and fashion. Sorry, Miss Turkey's custom-made burger bikini was auctioned off for charity months ago.
10. Hot Dog Socks:
At only $6.80/pair, these hot dog socks from Popkiller should keep your feet warm and looking stylish.
9. Nyancat Shirt:
True to its name, Hot Topic never lets a pop culture trend go unexploited. Thank goodness this shirt ($22.50 - $24.50) featuring the flying-cat-in-a-pop-tart meme doesn't come with speakers, like some sort of wearable Hallmark shirt, endlessly playing the mind-melting Nyancat theme.
8. Tootsie Roll Scarf:
Sorry, but for $28, you only get Fred Flare's brown and pink Tootsie Roll scarf, not the model wearing it.
7. Bacon Scarf:
6. Silk Bacon Scarf:
Still on the Etsy/bacon tip without looking like it came from a home ec class circa 1972, there's this abstract handpainted silk scarf ($57) with streaks of pink, red and white that clearly connote bacon.
5. Bacon Socks:
4. Coffee & Whiskey Shirt:
This is not a shirt for those seeking hydration, but for those who are unapologetic in their love for adult beverages, BuyOlympia's $18 coffee and whiskey shirt is a find.
3. Sparkle Bacon Shirt:
Girlie or bacon? Now, you don't have to choose. You can have both in this $19.99 sparkly bacon shirt from Think Geek.
2. Margarita Sundress:
The glass is always half-full in this bright, retro, cross-backed yellow sundress. And it's marked down to $49.30 (from $58) on BettiePage.com.
1. Cookie Loves Milk:
Along with the two unicorns humping (charmingly titled Afternoon Delight and now out of print), this is one of our all-time favorite Threadless designs, available as a t-shirt ($12), tank top ($12) or hoodie ($29).
Elina Shatkin is a staff writer at LA Weekly. Follow her at @elinashatkin or contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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