Force Friday II marked the official merchandise launch for Star Wars: The Last Jedi. And while it’s easy to associate that with the toys and figures that suddenly appeared on retail shelves and pegs, there was also quite a few apparel and accessory items that went up for sale.
Yes, there were a lot of t-shirts. Yes, the t-shirts were mostly sized/designed for men. But there were some pretty cool designs and more than shirts on offer. In no particular order here are my picks for the 5 most stylish geek fashion finds from Force Friday II:
Star Wars Galactic Necklace – ThinkGeek
It’s the Star Wars version of ThinkGeek’s Solar Orbit Necklace and it’s a site to behold.
Semi-precious stones stand in for various planets from a galaxy far, far away and its 17″ long chain comes with a 3″ extender built in.
You’ll find this Star Wars accessory on ThinkGeek’s website retailing for $39.99.
Star Wars Emblem Leggings – Her Universe
The Imperial/Rebel logo design used by previously seen on a Her Universe circle scarf and cardigan is now available on leggings.
They’re fun and almost subtle at the same time.
The Force is With Me Racerback Tank – Design by Humans
This typography tank is a little trippy and definitely something different than what we’ve seen from Star Wars shirt designs.
It’s got a sense of movement plus the phrase is applicable to more than one Star Wars movie.
For $24 you can get this mantra for yourself from the Design by Humans website.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Gold Rebel Logo Lapel Pin – Cufflinks Inc.
Black and gold can be sleek.
Combine it with the design of this pin and we may have never seen the Rebel starbird look this classy before.
As a lapel pin, it’s tiny too, ideal for the geek fashion version of a secret handshake.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi Rebel Symbol Canto Zip Around Wallet – Loungefly
I guess we have Canto Bight to thank for the fancy factor.
The quilted shell-like design let’s the small starbird shine.
We’ll have to wait until November for it to arrive, but the pre-order for this wallet is now open on Entertainment Earth with a price of $40.
I’m going to keep an eye out on Loungefly’s website to see if/when it appears there. (And yes, there’s a purse in a similar design too.)
What’s your pick for most stylish Force Friday Fashion Find?
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