Skirt - wonder woman

Etsy is a delightful place because you never know what sort of gems you’ll find there. One place to look for treasure is Seams Nostalgic. The shop specializes in vintage glamour, and they’ve managed to blend that with superheros and sci-fi.

Owned by Abi Casey, the shop has a whole line of classy circle skirts featuring heroes like Wonder Woman, Black Widow, Captain America, and more. Some of the designs are obvious, but others are subtle and can be worn to the office. These would be ideal for a ’50s superhero cosplay group. Just saying. Keep in mind the skirts are made to order and are ready to ship in 4-6 weeks.

More fabulous skirts after the break.

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The weather is turning colder and pretty soon you’ll be freezing so you’ll need a scarf to keep warm. This roll-up Pokéball scarf is just the thing with it’s red, black, and white pattern. This two-ply scarf is handmade with acrylic yarn and measures 6′ 5″ long. It looks like a regular striped scarf when it’s around your neck, but roll it up and you have an instant Pokéball.

See another picture after the break.

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crazy cat lady

Send your cosplay pics to tips@fashionablygeek.com.

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dark link shoes

There’s Link and then there’s Dark Link. Retailer Bobsmade (we’ve featured his amazing work we’ve featured several times in the past) has captured both sides of the Legend of Zelda hero’s personality on these hand painted Chucks. They’re so detailed and pretty that I’d be afraid to wear them and get them dirty!

If you need a pair of your own, you can place a custom order. The studio’s artists paint on a white canvas shoe and will add any design and colors you like.

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harry potter tattoo

This tattoo was based on concept art for art for Order of the Phoenix. It’s the same person behind that amazing Hogwarts tattoo we featured a while back. Needless to say, this is turning out to be one hell of a Harry Potter sleeve.

By Roly at Tattoo Technique in Clarksville, TN.

(redhairedgypsy via FYeah Tattoos)

iron man hand

Mechanical designer Pat Starace may have created one of the coolest prosthetics ever with this Iron Man 3D-printed glove.

It’s a functional prosthetic that can be fitted with a number of technical and fun additions from LED “lasers” to voice control. In essence, a child can overcome a physical challenge and feel like a superhero at the same time.

Pat’s hoping to put this into mass production, however, he’s currently taking individual requests for now. I hope someone decides to help him develop these because I think it’s an amazing idea.

Check out the video after the break.

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hail hydra

Many have joked that Hydra can’t be all that effective as a secret organization if they keep plastering their logo everywhere. You would think that employees would dress inconspicuously at least.

You can this Hydra work shirt in sizes S to XXL.

Product Page ($39.99)

baby minion

The beauty of the internet is that someone can post something and then someone else can find it six months later and it can be fun for a whole new group of people.

This clip from America’s Funniest Videos of a toddler dressed as one of the Despicable Me minions shows off the best costume for kids ever.

It’s basically the equivalent of putting your kids in one of those Sumo suits and letting them bounce all over the place. It’s hilarious and adorable.

Check it out after the break to see what happens…

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serenity tattoo

Proof: he retweeted it. You can check out the tweet after the break…

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wIfbjOh

After seeing John Jiao’s photos of all the insanely awesome cosplay costumes from this year’s New York Comic-Con, I’m starting to think I missed out.

Take a look his collection of gorgeous photos in the gallery after the break…

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