Dresses and Skirts

bat dress

Is the title of this sweater dress a Backstreet Boys reference? I’m going to ignore that. Also, you should ignore the fact that I picked up on the reference.

All you need to know is that this Bat Dress is vengeance…and the night…and whatnot.

Product Page ($79.99)

dress of the phoenix

This Phoenix dress by costume designer Jolien Rosanne of Fairytas looks like the sort of thing that would be worn in an epic fantasy game.

Just stunning.

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kawaii dresses

These skater dresses by Etsy seller thekawaiimachine take ghosts and witches out of the fall and into the summer. The ghost version has happy little ghosts flitting about the sky with clouds and moons. The witch version features the tools of the trade including potion bottles, crystals, and daggers. The magical weapons dress features all the weapons and transformation items a Sailor Scout needs. All are a 90/10 nylon/spandex blend available in several colors.

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dinosaur dress


Redditor glimmerlady looks lovely (and deadly) in a Jurassic World-inspired Dilophosaurus dinosaur dress that she made herself.

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Etsy seller KYOCATclothing has just launched with a whole bunch of super cute dress designs that aren’t super expensive.

The launch lineup includes designs inspired by Doctor Who, Star Trek, Sailor Moon, Marvel and more—each in a polyester/spandex blend.

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homework dress 2

18-year-old Erinne Paisley is an advocate for global education and wanted to help bring attention to the issue at her high school graduation, so she found a fashionably geeky way to do it.

She made her dress out of her old Calculus homework, black satin, and some velvet trim and added a message (in red ink, of course) that read: “I’ve received my education. Not every woman has that right. Malala.org.” She then donated the money she would have spent on buying a dress to the Malala Fund and created an auction for the dress after her graduation to raise even more money.

Erinne’s advocacy doesn’t end with fashion. She’ll be attending the University of Toronto where she’ll be one of 11 National Scholars to study International Relations. She hopes to study international law, with an ultimate goal to work at the UN. I hope she makes it. I have a feeling she will.

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You can wear the beautiful Tatooine sunset with this maxi dress. It’s a 50/50 cotton/polyester blend with tank top styling and a slit on the right side. There’s also a landspeeder in front of two setting Tatooine suns across the front.

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Bridal designer Alfred Angelo has unveiled their incredible 2015 Disney Fairy Tale Weddings bridal collection. The stunning array of styles are inspired by the most popular Disney princesses including Cinderella, Aurora from Sleeping Beauty, Belle from Beauty and the Beast, Jasmine from Aladdin, Tiana from the Princess and the Frog, Snow White, Rapunzel from Tangled, Ariel from the Little Mermaid, as of course Elsa from Frozen.

Each dress is more beautiful than the next and the portrait for each photo captures their fairy tale perfectly.

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As you can see, this nostalgic skirt is inspired by R.L Stine’s classic Goosebumps series. Ah, this brings me back to an easy time of my life when I couldn’t wait for the next school book fair to pick up the latest issue. Nostalgia and fashion is definitely a winning combination.

Product Page ($45.99)


This pencil skirt design feels like it was inspired by one of those questions that geeks come up with at a party after a few drinks.

I mean, who do you think would win in a fight between Dragon Ball Saiyans and Marvel Heroes? Either way, it makes for a very unique skirt.

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