It might be time to retire your Hylian Shield backpack in favor of the newest model from Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Then, of course, you need to get this tunic to complete the look. [click to continue…]
Yesterday, we showed you Musterbrand’s upcoming Star Wars Rey sweater, but today is all about their Zelda collection and it includes items you’ll need if you want to survive the winter: a coat, hooded shirt, cape knit hoodie, a scarf, and a backpack (you’re on your own for pants and shoes).
I kind of want it all. If I had to, I could live without the coat and the scarf, but why make me choose? Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Takayas Custom Jewelry recently created a pair of wedding rings for two diehard Legend of Zelda fans named Megan and Jonathan. Majora’s Mask was a childhood favorite, so they decided that their rings should mimic the Clock Tower. Both rings feature an incredible amount of detail—look closely and you’ll spot Anju’s Moon Mask and Kafei’s Sun Mask on Megan’s ring. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
I always enjoy showing off one of Takayas’ custom rings because they’re so gorgeous and cleverly designed. That’s definitely the case with this custom Hylian Shield and Master Sword wedding ring set Takayas made for Keanan when he decided to propose to his girlfriend Kristina.
The Hylian Shield engagement ring is 14K white gold and features an accent ruby, emerald, and sapphire on either side of the shield centerpiece. Takayas also added 14K yellow gold to the Wingcrest accents.
The Master Sword’s diamond shape was made with beauty and safety in mind. By splitting the band, Takayas made sure the sword tip wouldn’t poke her finger or end up bent against the shield with repeated wear. On top of that, the back of the shield has a groove for the sword to fit into.
Indeed, the way the Hylian Shield engagement ring interlocks with the Master Sword wedding ring is particularly cool with this set. You can check out the rings individually below.
Whether you’re traversing the hills of Hyrule or smashing an innocent villager’s pots, it’s always important to be prepared. Now, cosplayers can feel just like Link from Legend of Zelda with these awesome, officially licensed accessories.
The Zelda line from Merchoid includes the Master Sword, Hylian Shield, costume hoodies, beanies and more.
Check out some of the items from the collection below.
Takayas Custom Jewelry is back with another beautiful ring design and a delightful story to go along with it.
Both John and Erin are huge Legend of Zelda fans. So, when it came time to propose, John commissioned this subtle (but beautiful) Zelda-inspired design that features a delicate band with a large white topaz center stone framed by three triangle moissanites set in a triforce pattern.
However, the proposal is the best part. It took John a year of planning, but the Zelda-themed scavenger hunt complete with handmade props and costumes made it the adventure of a lifetime.
Check out more pics below.
Living Dead Clothing unveiled a new Mystery Monday collection and it’s all about Zelda this week.
Midna, Ganondorf, Fi, Majora, Shiek, and Zant all get a turn this time in new skater, catsuit, and rainmaker styles. Definitely worth checking out.
See more designs in the collection below.
If you’re going to spend your days smashing pots and saving princesses, you’ll need a majestic horse. Few horses are as majestic as this one thanks to JMC Equestrian Clipping.
The cut is called the ‘Armor of Love’, and though it’s not based specifically on The Legend Of Zelda, this steed does looks ready to impress the Queen at the local Renaissance Faire, or take on an evil sorcerer alongside the hero.
Check out more pics below.
If you’ve ever wanted to look like your favorite pointy-eared time-traveling hero, you can probably get a fluffy white dressing gown from Bed Bath & Beyond that’ll make you look a passable Voyage Home era Spock. But we suggest this awesome Legend of Zelda hoodie.
This gorgeous cosplay hoodie from Merchoid will make you look just like Link would if, y’know, he wore a hoodie. Which is almost does. If that bloody hat were just sown to the back of his damned tunic. Speaking of backs, this hoodie features a fabric replica of the Hylian shield on the back. Perfect for deflecting rear-facing Octoroc attacks. Or, more likely, just looking dope and/or fly from all angles.
More pics below.