All you need is Beatles merch

The Beatles were always setting trends that were ahead of the curve, in music and fashion. From leathers to suits, Nehru jackets and Beatle boots to Lennon’s famous specs, the band knew how to make a statement. If you want to make a statement of your Beatles fandom, take a look through this selection of fab gear available from the NME Merch Store – and not a ratty old moptop wig in sight.

The Beatles Logo Sweatshirt – Buy Now
Black or blue jeans and John, Paul, George or Ringo are your uncle. This simple grey jumper is easy to dress with, a great addition to any music lover’s wardrobe.


The Beatles Sgt Pepper Hoodie – Buy Now
Join Billy Jean and the rest of the greatest fictional band in history. Wear this logo brandishing jumper and become part of the club.

The Beatles Yellow Submarine Slippers – Buy Now

Catching The Beatles in their creative prime, the Yellow Submarine artwork is iconic – and now you can wear it on your actual feet.

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The Beatles All You Need Is Love T-Shirt – Buy Now
John Lennon wrote All You Need Is Love especially for the ‘Our World’ project, the world’s first televised satellite link-up between 25 countries in 1967. Its message was typical of Lennon’s simplistic yet poignant writing style, ideal for the worldwide broadcast and still resonating with audiences today.

 

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The Beatles Yellow Submarine Nothing Is Real T-Shirt – Buy Now
This tee is inspired by the band’s soundtrack to the film, ‘Yellow Submarine’. We can assume that this is the re-released UK version of the album’s artwork as it was the only one that included a reference to the track Strawberry Fields with the lyrics ‘Nothing is real’ printed on the record’s jacket and seen just under the album title on this tee. Pretty cool.

Why not check out the entire The Beatles collection? or visit the NME Merch Store to shop our entire range of music, film and tv merch.

Additional Words: Will Metcalfe