No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you, you read that right. Your (and David Beckhams‘) favourite Portugese chicken restaurant has branched out into fashion.
To celebrate the arrival of Nando’s Yard, a 3-week East London pop-up, the chain has launched a series of merchandise so you can finally show your love of all things PERi-PERi to the world.
The collection includes short and long-sleeved ‘tour’ t-shirts, bucket hats and fans, all with the Nando’s logo of course. All the garments come in a monochrome palette and to be honest they’re quite chic.
There are also tote bags and prints designed by London-based artist Reuben Dangoor, best known for his royal portraits of grime artists.
You buy the limited edition collection at Nando’s Yard, open until 18th August, but if you can’t make it down, then you’ll be pleased to hear you can buy them online too.
Prices range from £10 for a bucket hat to £20 for a long sleeve tee. Buy them now or regret them forever.
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