Fashionable Gifts For ‘Star Wars’ Fans [Gift Guide]


Thanks to The Force Awakens and Rogue One, Star Wars was everywhere this year. Well, MORE everywhere. Many awesome wearables were released, but we’ve picked some of the most interesting items for you to consider when searching for the perfect holiday gift. Check them out below.

star wars kimonos

We love a good kimono cosplay—especially Star Wars. That having been said, Etsy seller SkyCreation has added to her Star Wars-inspired collection with kimono dresses based on Poe, Rey and BB-8 from The Force Awakens.


The Hot Topic Force Awakens Collection includes and awesome Phasma jacket and leggings, a Finn jacket, a Rey cardigan, and a series of dresses based on Poe, Kylo Ren, Stormtroopers and BB-8.

loveandmadness crawl bracelets

Star Wars Crawl Wrap Bracelets by Love and Madness. Look for an Empire Strikes Back version soon.


Her Universe has partnered with ModCloth to release modified a-line skirt versions of Star Wars dresses released last year for Celebration (along with the original lightsaber skirt). The lineup is available in sizes XS to 4X.


Looking for something really, really unique? Look no further than the outrageous Star Wars shoe designs of Irregular Choice.


Loungefly has a seemingly endless supply of awesome Star Wars bags.


Star Wars Moon Boots are made by Italian company Tecnica in Darth Vader, Stormtrooper and Threepio styles.


Etsy seller BenaeQuee Creations makes all kinds of fantastic Star Wars-inspired bags and wallets. Use the code BQBIRTHDAYTREAT at checkout through November and you can save 15% off all orders over $10 (before shipping).


Warm your feet with these fuzzy Wookiee slippers, featuring the sound of Chewbacca (but not the smell). When you walk, these slippers alternate between two different Wookiee roars: RRRAARRWHHGWWR and WAAAAAAAAARGH. And for when you’re being a sneakiee Wookiee, there’s an on/off switch so you can silence them.



Musterbrand makes some seriously high quality Star Wars jackets, sweaters and scarves.


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