'Tis the season to wear your hamburger on your sleeve. If you've seen Texans repping Whatabuger in kooky holiday merch in your Christmas past, let us transport you to the future where you, too, can be decked in orange.
If you find yourself wondering who asked for this, the answer is a strong IDK, but people really eat up this holiday merch each year. Ugly sweaters, eat your hearts out.
The belle of this ball is the ever-popular sweater, which this year lays out Whataburger's most staple snacks in a blue-and-orange tile pattern. Patty melts, honey butter chicken biscuits (all hail the HBCB), and tries all make an appearance amidst little logos, Christmas ornaments, and snowflakes. This item has a history of selling out quickly.
Vintage lovers may be charmed by a navy blue crew neck sweater that turns down the silliness a lot for a retro, minimalist look. This one also tones down the holiday motifs for something that's wearable year-round ... if you can stand the warmth, anyway.
Also looking extremely cozy and year-round, if a little less publicly wearable, is the Whataburger Comfy Original. This bright orange, logo-tiled, and fur-lined pullover will have payed for itself by the time your lowered heating bill comes in. But if something with less sleeves is calling your name (and you're a size small and like a sale), a Charlie Brown-like orange sweater vest with Whataburger roof details is the move.
For a group gift, families and friends might love the matching pajama sets — it's Whataburger on top, Whataburger on the bottom, and just about as orange as clothes can get. These sets are available in both adult and child sizes.
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Holiday shoppers looking for stocking stuffers or just something with a lower price tag may love the fry slippers — which make the wearer's feet look like they're stuffed into a carton of fries — a few different sock styles, several hat styles, games, and sort-of-subtle holiday decor like a nutcracker and an orange Santa ornament.
Whatever your holiday looks like, Whataburger knows it could always be more orange.
Shop the 2023 holiday collection at whataburger.com .