Popeyes is releasing a clothing line after a Twitter user pointed out similarities between their insignia and Beyoncé's newly released Adidas collection. 

No stranger to hopping on a social media trend, the fast-food chain, whose branding includes the colors burgundy and orange, released a limited-edition clothing line, according to the New York Daily News.

"OMG! Beyonce designed her Ivy Park x Adidas collection in the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich color way," a Twitter user pointed out. 

Employees at Popeyes sprung into action and launched That Look From Popeyes, a limited clothing line inspired by their work uniforms. 

“Popeyes is offering fashion seekers who missed the boat the first time a chance to score something nearly identical,” the company wrote in a statement Wednesday. “Enter a fast food fashion collection that features some of the brand’s most iconic maroon and orange uniform designs.”

The 10-item clothing line features oversized jackets, crewneck t-shirts, polos and sweatshirts. The line also includes hats and visors that the fast-food chain's employees are often seen wearing during their work shifts. The items, which range in price from $10 to $40, are accompanied by peculiar product descriptions. 

"Warm and comforting. Like our buttermilk biscuits. Designed with slash pockets, elastic cuffs and drawcord hood for a sporty style," the description for a jacket reads. 

The company used actual employees to model the clothing line while serving their best Beyoncé poses.

Although it's unclear if Beyoncé truly got her color scheme inspiration from Popeyes, Daily News reported the singer has a lifelong membership card at the fast-food chain. 

According to CNBC, all proceeds from the limited clothing line will go to the Popeyes Foundation Family Fund which provides food and support to communities in need and victims of natural disasters. 

Popeyes is no stranger to jumping on social media trends for the sake of profitability. Back in 2019, the restaurant scored big after a Twitter feud with Chick-fil-A over who had the best chicken sandwich, as Blavity previously reported

The fierce debate rattled hundreds of social media users who took to the fast-food chain to test out their new spicy chicken sandwich. The new social media craze around their chicken sandwich caused the company to sell out in weeks with skyrocketing sales. Popeyes saw their store traffic double in a matter of days with 30% of their sales being attributed to the new sandwich.