The 10 Best Food-Centric Accessories

Stay on top of the latest trend with sushi scarves, lettuce umbrellas, baguette bags, and more.

  • It's a shame Father's Day has past because this bacon strip neck tie is a must-have for any fashion-forward father. Pick up a bacon neck tie at Jimmy Fallon has one. (Photo: Plug)
  • Ukrainian fashion designer Victoria Panyukova has created the best thing in bread-friendly transportation since Wonder Bread Packaging. CYAN's Baguette Bag is guaranteed to protect your "fluffy loaf while keeping your hands free." It's not yet for sale, as the company has only raised 59,00 Euro out of their 4.000,00 Euro goal, but it is available to pre-order at
  • Neff Headwear offers up a line of mouth-watering cupcake beanies. They have a lengthy menu of flavors including chocolate, strawberry, vanilla, mint, confetti, and red velvet. Purchase your very own cupcake beanie at
  • There's really nothing better than keeping all your valuables in a thick, juicy hamburger. Head over to
  • This is a surefire way to one-up all your friends at your weekly slumber parties. Curl up in the comfy slice of pizza, which is equipped with mushroom, broccoli, olive, and pepperoni pillows (sold separately). Pick up your Pizza Sleeping Bag from designer Brooke Abboud at Waffle and Syrup Sheets with Optional Fruit Pillows. (Photo: Brooke Abboud)
  • Eastpak has designed the most graphic burger bag on the market. Its Hungry Henry series offers Eastpak.com. (Photo: Eastpak)
  • Japanese design company iMeshi is the undoubtable king of graphic food iPhone cases with a line up that includes tonkatsu, yakisoba, bento, and wildcard eggs with bacon. Order any one of their iPhone 4 cases on
  • The Vegetabrella is undeniably the sleekest way to keep yourself dry. Made in Tokyo by design company Tokyo Noble, the Vegetabrella comes packaged and rolled up to resemble a head of Romaine lettuce. The Vegetabrella is available at
  • The handmade knit Sushi Scarf is the most fashionable wearable sushi product out there. The scarfs are created by rogue Etsy shop owner Bella Blitz, who's Etsy profile claims, “My goal in life is to drink whiskey and smoke a cigarette while being called a 'classy broad' and getting slapped on the ass by a stranger (my standards are not very high).” So, yeah, support Bella and buy the Sushi Scarf at her
  • Pop a squat on this oversized, meaty cheese burger chair. Stacked high with patty, lettuce, tomato, pickles, cheese, and onions, this burger bean bag chair is sure to balance the feng shui of any room in your house. Order the Wow! Works designed burger chair on

Here at First We Feast we’re not just food lovers, but also food-style aficionados—or perhaps more accurately, food-style haters. So much of today’s overlaps between fashion and food is misguided, and all too often concerned more with style than substance. The best food-themed fashion is not stylish at all, but rather extremely gauche: sweatshirts that with all-over-print French fry designs, shorts inspired by Baskin Robbins shorts, and the like.

Inspired by these triumphs and the recent unveiling of an in-development baguette bag, we’ve rounded up the ten best accessories that resemble your favorite snacks, from bacon neck ties to lettuce umbrellas, and everything in between. There is a truly fascinating world of kitschy food design and apparel products out there—click through the gallery to view the crème de la crème of food accessories, apparel, and furniture available online now.

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