Women’s Apparel

upcoming her universe

Ashley Eckstein is going to be a very busy lady at Wondercon this month. Not only is she debuting new Her Universe designs at the con, but she’ll be hosting two panels and a fashion portfolio review for attendees who are looking to get into fashion design.

On top of all that, she’s also partnered with Kohls for the first-ever Marvel activewear collection for juniors based on Captain America: Civil War.

Plus, Her Universe Press will be hosting a panel with published authors and experts about how to prepare a winning pitch to get a novel published. Whew!

Take a closer look at some of the new designs and get details on Wondercon events below.

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star wars fashions

These new Star Wars-inspired designs from Beep Boop Beep Clothing are fashionable and affordable, so you can outfit the entire family with fandom.

Indeed, most of the designs can be purchased in men’s, women’s, and kids’ sizes ranging from S – 2XL (for both men and women), 3 – 12 months in babies, and 2T – youth large for kids.

And there’s plenty of Rey-inspired designs to be had. Check out more below.

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ora adida geisha

Singer Rita Ora and Adidas have announced new geisha-inspired additions to the “Adidas Originals by Rita Ora” collection. The new sportswear ranges from leggings to kimonos and includes some beautiful embroidered jackets.

This is definitely one of those times I can understand women who wear workout clothes even when they’re not working out. I’d step out in a few of these quite happily.

Check out pieces from the collection below.

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Gold Bubble Clothing knows that geek girls have a love for webs and the ladies who sling them, so it makes sense that these Wraith designs have a certain look and feel. The inversion of the white and black gives this clothing line it’s own personality and I like that it comes in two different dress styles and leggings.

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These 3-pack panties sets feature Black Widow and Captain America designs in sexy black and gold. Two pairs have the design on the back only, while the comic book and repeating shield styles are all-over prints.

Check out the Captain America version below.

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When I was growing up, my mom always wanted me to make sure I had a jacket or a cardigan or whathaveyou in case I got cold. I admit, I was a rebel about it and didn’t listen much.

That said, I’d wear the heck out of this Jedi Kimono Cardigan from ThinkGeek. Unlike those scratchy wool things I had as a kid, this cardigan is made of a light, flowy wine colored material emblazoned with the Logo of the Jedi Order in black.

Do I think there’s something dark side about the color choice? Yeah, but that totally doesn’t influence my decision. Nope. Not even a little.

UPDATE: Darth Vader version added. Check it out below.

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Hot Topic has revealed a brand new fashion collection inspired by the upcoming film Pride, Prejudice, and Zombies. These new pieces are Victorian-themed, sexy and stylish, but they still allow for free range of movement when you need to go out and kick some zombie ass.

I’m sure the Bennett sisters would approve. I sure do. Check out more designs below.

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We love Ginny DiGuiseppi’s stellar cosplays. In addition to her elite Arya Stark, she’s done everything from Jareth the Goblin Queen to Ellie from The Last Of Us.

Well, Ginny’s back as Belle from Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. More specifically, as Belle in her winter garb from the “Something There” scene. As you can see, she really nailed it—right down to the bird.

Photos by Anne Barhyte

Check out more pics below.

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Living Dead Clothing has followed up their cosplay catsuits with a dive into sci-fi in this new collection.

Organics meet mechanics and it works. Check out more designs below.

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These Moons Orbit Your Ears


These Lunar Orbit earrings use natural minerals to put a geeky spin on the double-pearl-style:

We took the look of the double-pearl earring and put a geeky spin on it. See, if you’re not tied to the idea of the balls being pearls, you’ve got more space to play with the concept. And, you know, some natural minerals remind us of objects in our solar system. Take, for instance, sodalite. Looks a lot like the Earth from orbit, with clouds swirling in our atmosphere. And howlite kinda looks like the craggy surface of the moon. Thus, the Lunar Orbit Earrings were launched.

Plus, since each stone is natural, no two pairs are exactly alike.

Check out another pic after the break…