Bioworld has revealed their merchandise for Rogue One and I really love some of these pieces—and the the color scheme is awesome. Instead of the traditional orange and white, we’re getting some muted earth tones here (except for the Scarif trooper bag, which is fantastically tropical). Perfect for being stealthy about what side you’re on.
There’s a variety of options from bags to wallets to hats, some of which you can check out below. [click to continue…]
Yes, there is such a thing as a carbon fiber fedora. Who would wear (and pay $200 for) such a thing? I’m sure I don’t know—but I feel like something creative can be done with it. Like an alternate reality Indiana Jones or what have you. At any rate, it is unique—I’ll give it that.
Carbon Fiber Fedora ($199)
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Fall’s coming and then winter, right? You’re going to need to keep your head warm. Sailor Moon Luna and Artemis beanies exist. Need I say more?
Sailor Moon Luna And Artemis Beanies: $13.20
SO MANY! Chain chomp? Goomba? Bullet Bill? Piranha Plant? I can’t decide between all of these awesome Super Mario beanies! Winter is coming and here I am, beanieless. Well, actually I have several beanies—but they’re all dead to me now. Check out the rest of the collection below. [click to continue…]
So you know that look your cat gives you? The one where you’re pretty sure it’s contemplating murder? If your cat was wearing this bonnet, you could think of the Firefly line “I swear by my pretty floral bonnet, I will end you” and laugh and laugh. Watch your back though.
Cat Bonnet ($4.76)
By now, several of us have begun our journeys as trainers in Niantic Labs’ hit new augmented reality game, Pokemon Go. The new mobile title based on Nintendo’s hit game franchise is helping people explore their surroundings in new ways, and it’s getting tons of us out of the house. But when it comes to long-haul trips like those required by the game, even the most physically fit trainer can find themselves weary.
So, here are a few suggestions for creating a trainer ensemble that will make your journey a bit easier (which you should cap off with comfortable shoes, of course). [click to continue…]
We’ve featured the unique handmade hats of Etsy seller HandiCraftKate in the past, but now there are comfy hood versions in her whimsical and (mostly) colorful style.
Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
It may be summer in your neck of the woods but, you know, winter is coming and all that.
When it does come, you’ll be glad to have this Dragon Scale Nomad Hood from Etsy seller Ember And Ash. In addition to the chunky scale pattern, the hood includes crochet extensions that measure 105 inches from end to end so you can wrap them around your neck like a scarf. Plus, there are loads of color options.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Looking for a snail shell helmet? You’ve come to the right/only place. These custom helmets from Etsy seller HighNoonCreations are made from rubber and assembled and painted by hand.
They don’t come with the tentacles though—which is baffling. I can’t outfit a snail posse with non-tentacled helmets.
Check out more pics below.
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There are a lot of college graduates out there, so you’ll want to stand out from the crowd. You can start by wearing an LED graduation cap with scrolling messages on the top.
Human person Dan Barkus has customized his graduation cap with a Teensy 3.2 board and a small Bluetooth module connected to a full-color LED that can display a handful of pre-designed graphics or, if he’s feeling a little cheeky, a customized scrolling message. The commands are sent to his hat via his phone. That is not a sentence I ever expected to have to write in my life, but there you have it.
Check out a video of the hat in action along with a second video highlighting how the cap was made.
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