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Jackets and Sweaters

Thanks to Sarah Dempster, we have a peek at an upcoming Naboo cardigan from Her Universe that we simply can’t wait for. Fortunately, it should be added to BoxLunch’s Star Wars collection very soon (it may be available at BoxLunch brick and mortar stores as we speak). Not only that, Ashley Eckstein herself confirmed that a matching skirt will be available as well. [click to continue…]

No, this isn’t about the Stranger Things Demogorgon. We’re talking about the original Dungeons & Dragons Demogorgon here. The Prince of Demons! Only followers of the true Demogorgon are worthy. Followers with $39.99 to spend! [click to continue…]

We haven’t come across many official Magic: The Gathering-themed fashions over the years (card armor is an exception), so this MTG hoodie is a rare find. One thing is for sure—you’ll always have plenty of mana since the pattern is on both the front and the back. [click to continue…]

Cloaks and capes are making a comeback! The Galactic Scavenger Hooded Cape certainly has us sold on the idea. It’s made of charcoal grey and black acrylic/poly yarn that is supposedly “super soft”. It also features an interior pocket that should be perfect for lightsabers, hidden daggers and even your smartphone. [click to continue…]

There are a lot of sites out there that sell unlicensed Star-Lord jackets, but Anovos has swooped in with their official, high-end Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 model. As with all of Anovos’ stuff, accuracy is key. [click to continue…]

Am I alone in saying that I kind of want one of the book sweaters featured in this parody informercial hosted by Gravity Falls‘ Kristen Schaal and Jason Ritter? They appear to be custom sized for Gravity Falls: Journal 3, but they should make them in a wide array of sizes—and don’t forget plus! My Brandon Sanderson collection gets chilly. [click to continue…]

Google and Levi’s revealed at SXSW that the “Commuter” smart jacket first teased at Google I/O last year will be available starting this fall for $350 in both men’s and women’s sizes. If you are unfamiliar, the jacket is made with Google ATAP’s Project Jacquard technology, allowing the wearer to control their smartphone (you’ll want and Android device for this) by simply touching their jacket sleeve. You can check out a demo video below to get a better idea about the jacket’s capabilities. It features a ballsy dude riding a bike while not wearing a helmet and dismissing a call from his boss. He also locks his bike up like an idiot at the end. [click to continue…]

We’ve been following the rollout of Elhoffer Design’s Padmé Amidala-inspired Galactic Queen/Royalty collection from concept to completion, and now the final two designs have been added: The Galactic Sunset Hooded Cardigan and the Galactic Dusk Poncho. [click to continue…]

(via Reddit)

Cats. When they’re not sitting in the Amazon box you got in the mail, they’re terrorizing ships and becoming one with space. This hoodie captures them in their natural habitat, but you can choose to revere our alien overlords on everything from tank tops to pillows if you prefer.

(via Startorialist)