Nandos drops limited edition clothes and merch so you can get spicy

Its actually quite stylish (Picture: Nandos)

Youve tried every hack on the menu and progressed to extra hot – how can you further showcase your deep and enduring love for Nandos chicken?

Wear it on your body, obviously.

Dont go drizzling garlic sauce all over your chest just yet. Nandos has answered your chicken-themed prayers and launched their own range of merch, so you can finally rep Nandos even when youre not digging into a pitta.

Be warned, though – the collection is limited edition. You can either pick it up IRL from the Nandos Yard popup, open until 18 August, or order it online while stocks last.

You can take your pick from all sorts of merch options, whether you want to go for a subtle nod to the iconic peri-peri chicken or go all out and cover yourself head to toe in fast food logos.

nando's yard merch, model wearing long sleeved t-shirt, hat, and fan
Of course theres a bucket hat (Picture: Nandos)

On offer are short sleeve T-shirts for £15, long sleeve T-shirts for £20, bucket hats for £10, tote bags for £10s, or fans (presumably for when you get overambitious with your spice level) for £8.



The designs arent actually as garish as you might be imagining, so you could actually get away with wearing the collection when going about your day. You wouldnt get a load of weird looks or be mistaken for entirely unsubtle Nandos advertising.

Nando's yard merch, man and woman wearing long and short sleeved t-shirts
The collection is on sale at the Nandos Yard popup (Picture: Nandos)

The tees are white with just Nandos or Nandos Yard on the chest and sleeve, with the musical lineup from the popup on the back.

The hats are a touch more blatant, in the brands black and red with that chicken you know and love printed on the front.

nando's yard merch and clothing
Yes, you should wear the full outfit every time you visit Nandos (Picture: Nandos)

If you go for a tote bag, youll get a pretty snazzy design created by London-based artist Reuben Dangoor, best known for his royal portraits of grime artists.

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If you want to check out the collection in person, youll need to head to Nandos Yard in the next few days, which is taking place at 89 1/2 Worship Street in Shoreditch.

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