Dunkin’ Donuts Launches Fake Clothing Line Ad Campaign

Dunkin' Donuts has unveiled a strange new ad campaign. They’ve shared a few clips to Twitter advertising their “Espresso-Wear” clothing line designed to keep coffee drinkers hands free on the go.

In one of the clips, a man walks and carries two coffee cups with no problem thanks to his “Cappu-Chinos,” aka chino pants with cup holder pockets on each leg. In another, the chino-wearing man meets up with his friend in “Americano-veralls,” overalls with, you guessed it, a cup holder attached at the chest. In a third ad, a man reads his newspaper with both hands thanks to his “La-Tank Top,” a tank top with a cup holder as a pocket.

The thing is, customers can’t actually get their hands on these interesting fashion pieces. That’s because, like the disclaimer on the ads read, they’re “not available, because they’re not real.”

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