German-based Musterbrand is known for making some really nice Star Wars merchandise and I’m adding this Rey-inspired top to that list. I could do without the Rebel logo on the sleeve, but the cut and style more than makes up for it.
The top was available for pre-order at NYCC and, while it’s not on their site currently, here’s hoping it’ll be on both the main and US regional site soon. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]
As a plus-sized lady, I can tell you that I’m picky about store bought bustiers, but this Star Wars Comic Print halter bustier from Torrid has my attention. The print alone is a draw, but the price is definitely good for a store bought bustier. I dig it.
I don’t know if the boyshorts come with this outfit. I checked the site and I don’t see a separate pair of them, but they may be added later. Take a closer look below.
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Harajuku isn’t just a place in Japan, it’s a fashion state of mind—and Nintendo wants Pokemon to be part of it. To that end, Harajuku-based Spinns is teaming up with Nintendo to create an official Pokemon line starting with tops and skirts.
Six new sweat tops in different colors feature Pikachu, Gengar, Snorlax, Mew, Ditto and Eevee and there are two new Poke Ball skirts in red, white, and black. Pair those with some accessories and a colorful pair of tights and you’re set.
The collection will be online and at Spinns locations starting September 30th. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Polish fashion designers Maja and Celina Debowska of the Etsy shop celapiu have cleverly crafted these felt animal scarves and stoles. While the sisters make a range of cold-weather accessories such as hats and gloves, the critter stoles really steal the show—the level of detail is pretty astounding. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
That’s when these Han Solo-inspired fashions replied “I know”. Smooth.
The “I Am Han Solo” collared tank dress has a Peter Pan collar and is made of a sublimated poplin fabric. There’s also the cute “I Love You, I Know” Peter Pan collared shirt that’s made in partnership with Her Universe. Made in a pale lavender, it’s playful and a little retro, both of which I enjoy. Both the shirt and dress come in sizes small to 3X. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Disney and cosplay get a vintage twist thanks to this awesomely curated collection by Unique Vintage.
There are so many different items that being able to mix and match to create your own perfect vintage Disney look is a snap. They also have regular and plus sizes, so there’s something for everyone. One thing’s for sure. You’ll always have an outfit for Dapper Day. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
We discovered some pretty cute fashions for Studio Ghibli’s Howl’s Moving Castle over at Hot Topic, and there’s plenty of love for Calcifer to be had.
Men’s and women’s tees, bags, mugs, throws, a hat…even a Calficer coin purse. I want so much of this stuff! Check out more pieces from the collection below. [click to continue…]
Disneyland and Disney World are magical any time of year, but I’m especially a fan of Disneyland from September to December because that’s when Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas comes to New Orleans Square and takes over the Haunted Mansion.
What also appears right around that time is new NBX merchandise, and this year is no exception. New hoodies and tees for men, women, and children are expected, along with new trading pins. There are also new gloves, hats, and beanies. In other words, there’s a lot of awesome coming. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]
Forever 21 is launching a super cute limited-edition 29-piece Disney Pixar capsule collection. The collection launches August 31st with clothes and accessories for women, men, and kids featuring characters from Toy Story, Monsters Inc., and Finding Dory (it appears that some of the items in the collection are already available online).
With everything from beanies to sweatpants, prices are as low as $3.90 and top out at $24.90, so you can find a lot of cute for not a lot of money. Check out a preview of some of the items below. [click to continue…]
Target isn’t messing around with their policy of inclusivity. Kudos.