Bags

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This stylish stamped leather bag would definitely complete any fantasy ensemble or even spice up a casual outfit. Whether carrying your wallet or potions, the Celtic knot design with intricate rivets just make this a fun bag.

Etsy shop Petit JuJu fabricates these genuine leather bags in a variety of patterns and color options. Discover which bag matches your inner fantasy fandom after the break.

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What better place to shop than a store created by two gals who love video games, sci-fi, comics, and anime? We just discovered Lace and Lore and we dig their quirky and cute style that covers dresses, skirts, hand bags, leggings, and accessories. Their fun patterns and designs cross over so you can mix and match accessories with the clothing.

Check out more designs after the break…

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Mario, Donkey Kong, Samus and more are crammed together on this tote bag for what looks like a Nintendo family reunion in a very tiny room. Etsy shop EmSeeItch illustrates tons of your favorite Nintendo characters with adorably round faces for this 15″ by 15″ bag.

There’s also a Legend of Zelda and Pokemon version that you can check out after the break…

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In a perfect world, this Doctor Who TARDIS Crossbody Bag would be bigger on the inside. Or it would actually be a TARDIS scaled down for easier carrying.

Still, it’s super cute and the addition of the interior is a nice touch.

Take a closer look after the break.

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I know I’ve made my bag fixation pretty clear, but now I get to tell you that I saw both the faux leather Star Wars Movie Poster tote and wallet at SDCC and fell in love. That said, I’m officially bummed I didn’t get to see the trooper backpack, but it’s probably a good thing because I would have easily justified that purchase with the old “I need this Star Wars bag to hold all of my other Star Wars bags!”

See more pictures after the break.

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It took Frodo roughly six months to reach Mount Doom. This LOTR-themed messenger bag/purse from Etsy seller GeekUprising would have been perfect for the trip.

This purse measures approximately 11″ wide, 10″ tall, and 3″ deep. The main body of the bag is closed off with a zipper. There are two pockets on the front of the bag, one large pocket on the back of the bag and a zipper pocket inside for smaller item storage. The strap is adjustable with a maximum length of 60″, and there is a magnetic closure on the front of the bag.

The bag can also be paired with a LOTR-themed wallet. With the bag and wallet, you’ll be all set to get out and explore Middle-Earth!

Product Pages: Messenger Bag ($30.00) / Wallet ($30.00)

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Rocket Raccoon totally has your back.

Odds are he won’t be able to carry around your laptop, but this Rocket backpack buddy is big enough for your books, papers (don’t tell Groot about those) and tablets. Besides, what he lacks in size he more than makes up for in gun-toting mayhem.

Check out more pictures after the break…

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Writer, podcaster and all around geek girl Holly Frey likes to get crafty over on the Star Wars site from time to time. This time around, she’s put together a tutorial on how to make your own Star Wars bags.

The tutorial gives you details on how to make three different Star Wars bags featuring R2, Ahsoka, and the Rebels.

You can check out her full tutorial at the Star Wars blog.

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Leaving clothes in your luggage during hotel stays leaves them a wrinkly mess. On the other hand, I’m too lazy to put my clothes in the drawers. ShelfPack is the solution I desperately need.

The ShelfPack features stacked shelves and telescoping supports that are simple to load up with clothes and then pack away.

It’s a little too big for carry-on, and it is a little expensive at $350, but being able to conveniently organize your clothes and skip using a hotel room dresser does sound rather appealing.

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ThinkGeek’s legendary Handbag Of Holding now comes in a dragonscale version. And you can feel good about your purchase because it was ethically sourced. It used to be that wave after wave of knights were slaughtered to take down dragons for stylish and functional bags like this. However, we’ve been assured that these dragons were free-range and died of natural causes.

Like previous handbags in the series, the dragonscale version is plenty big with 15 pockets to hold all of your stuff. Check out more pictures after the break…

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