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If you’re tired of not being able to snag all the pocket monsters in Pokémon, try wearing them! This dress from Koala Art & Design is made from polyester/spandex with a pattern that features pixelated Pikachus and Poké Balls – what more do you need?

Catch another picture of the dress after the break.

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As much as I wish it wasn’t the case, wearing chainmail every day isn’t practical. It’s heavy, loud, and metal isn’t pleasant against the skin when it’s cold outside. Black Milk Clothing has another option though: fabric printed to look like chainmail. They have a new collection of apparel that includes skater dresses, a swimsuit, leggings, a body con dress, and more with the chainmail print.

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Harley Quinn probably likes to have a night out on the town just like anyone else, and if she’s wearing a sequin dress like the one PureLight Cosplay’s modeling in these photos, she’s all set. The gown and gloves combination is positively elegant, and the high-cut slit adds a little of that Harley Quinn sass we all love.

Photos by Craig Bannerman Photography.

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Captain America wouldn’t be the same without his vibranium shield, and this dress from Living Dead captures the weapon’s technical side. The polyester and spandex blend features the schematics in vivid red, white, and blue and makes a heroic statement.

See the dress from a couple more angles after the break.

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Infinity Gauntlet dress

The Infinity Gauntlet is a dangerous weapon in the hands of the Marvel villain Thanos. It holds six soul gems, and when the powers of those jewels combine… well, that’s when it’s time to hold onto your butts. One cosplayer took the concept of the powerful gauntlet and turned it into a creative dress. Why wear the Infinity Gauntlet on your hand when you can cover your whole body with it? I think Thanos should adopt this look.

Photo by David Ngo.

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It’s fall, but if you’re a superheroine or supervillainess there’s still time to wear a light and comfy dress. This Wonder Woman dress is perfect for cruising around in an invisible jet on a warm day. If you’re looking for something a bit more evil, there are also Joker and Harley Quinn-themed dresses to choose from. You can check those out after the break.

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This little skater dress is the perfect thing for Legend of Zelda fans. You definitely don’t see Wind Waker Ganondorf dresses everyday.

It’s made of 90% Polyamide fabric and 10% Lycra for a stretchy and very comfortable fit. The design is created with a sublimation method so it won’t fade or wear off after repeated washes. It is fitted through the bodice before flaring out at the waist.

Product Page ($39.99 via The Mary Sue)

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Star Trek: The Next Generation is my favorite of the Trek series and also has my favorite Trek uniforms. These A-line dresses capture everything I love about the design while looking very comfortable. They come in command red, science blue, and security gold. No one will judge if you buy all three – they’re perfect for casual cosplay and also everyday wear! Just don’t go on any special missions while you’re wearing the red dress.

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Kaylee’s fancy party dress from the episode “Shindig” has seen a lot of action. It’s a popular choice for Firefly cosplayers and, if this comic is any indication, it’s managed to sneak its way into the wardrobes of geeks everywhere.

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The Carol Danvers version of Captain Marvel is beyond awesome, and it’s been amazing to watch the Carol Corps grow over the last couple of years. I see more and more cosplayers wear the red, blue, and yellow, and Tumblr user pineapplesquid made a fancy dress version of Captain Marvel’s outfit. This design is much cooler than any of the poufy dresses I wore to high school dances; in fact, I think it would make a pretty rad wedding dress.

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