Fast Food Clothing for Brand Super Fans

PHOTO: Models pose backstage ahead of Moschino show during Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 on Feb. 20, 2014 in Milan, Italy.
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A recent ABC News story on the popularity of regional chain restaurants made us realize: America is serious about their food, including their fast food. So for those of you who want to profess your love for your favorites on your person, you're in luck. Several fast-food chains serve up clothing in addition to the regular menu items.

In fact, Taco Bell has just debuted a line of socks. Yes, socks. Click through the next few pages to read more about the taco socks and several more fast-foodie fashion statements.

PHOTO: Taco Bell socks by The Hundreds is seen here.
Taco Bell socks

Taco Bell tweeted today that it had partnered with clothing line The Hundreds to create a pair of Taco Bell socks. The photo of the socks features tacos, of course, and what appears to be Mexican pizza. The socks aren't available on either Taco Bell or The Hundred's web sites yet, so no word on the cost.

Taco Bell has several other unusual products for sale including a giant adult onesie with TACO BELL written down the side and rings. Yes, Taco Bell jewelry.

PHOTO: Models pose backstage ahead of Moschino show during Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 on Feb. 20, 2014 in Milan, Italy.
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McDonald's goes high fashion

Created by fashion label Moschino , not actually by McDonald's, but brilliant branding for the company just the same. Last month, the Italian label showed on the runway several pieces inspired by the golden arches including a baggy red sweater dress with what resembles the golden arches logo and a $1,300 red-quilted leather purse, again with something similar to the arches. There's also a French fry iPhone case, a sweater and a backpack.

PHOTO: Eat Like You Mean It boxers priced at $20.00.
Carls Jr. and Hardees
Carl's Jr. Boxer Shorts

No way would Carl's Jr. -- famous for their commercials showing beautiful women suggestively eating burgers -- settle on a mere T-shirt to promote their brand. Nope. Instead, the burger chain created a pair of men's boxer shorts that say "Eat it Like You Mean It." Keep it classy, C.J.

PHOTO: Chipotle t-shirt priced at $13.00.
Chipotle burrito love shirt

Chipotle has several clothing items for sale for its devotees, of which there are many if the massive freak-out that ensued when there was speculation they might run out of guacamole is any indication. But one of the best is also one of the most simple: An I Love (picture of burrito) t-shirt.

PHOTO:IN-N-OUT Burger onesie priced at $14.95.
IN-N-OUT Burger
In-N-Out Baby Onsie

People who love In-N-Out really loooove In-N-Out. They're fanatical. So it's no surprise they want to pass along the love of their favorite burgers to their little ones ant a very young age. As in, too young to even chew a burger. But anyway -- baby burger onsies. Delicious!

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