Fast Food Fashion

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OK, so it’s not as good as the real deal and certainly not as satisfying as large chips and a cheeseburger but here at FN we are very excited about wearing the food inspired trend that emerged from fashion month back in February.

From the golden arch inspired logos that were seen on the Moschino catwalks, to the supermarket aisles in the glamorous Chanel supermarket, it looks as if food fashion is going to be hottest trend come Autumn/Winter.

Also, don’t forget the household-inspired British fashion brand Anya Hindmarch, who adorned her gorgeous collection with the Kellogg’s Cockerel, Coco Pops and Tony the Tiger.

But do not fear fashionistas! Our wonderful High Street has come through for us. Check out our fast food inspired favourites without the designer price tag that are already emerging this Spring/Summer.

So forget pastels and metallics, this AW prepare to see the food inspired fashion come flooding in, we’re heading for a McFashion statement.

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I Love French Fries Tee, £18.95,  zazzle.co.uk

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Fast Food Charm Bracelet, £5.50, claires.co.uk

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Los Pollos Hermanos Breaking Bad Tee, £19.99, truffleshuffle.co.uk

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Lemon Stripe Bodycon Dress, £29.00, Topshop

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Sugar Puffs Tee, £6.99, truffleshuffle.co.uk

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Red Padded Coca-Cola Shoulder Bag, £19.99, truffleshuffle.co.uk

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Hot Dog Bandeau Bikini, £32, Topshop

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