Despite May being the month a new Star Wars movie came out, it looks like a lot of the more fashion-forward pieces dropped in April, but there’s still a few good picks. Check them out and more geek fashion below:
Nixon came out with three new watch designs for Solo: A Star Wars Story. My hands-down favorite is the gorgeous Enfys Nest watch ($225). Costume details are subtly incorporated in the design of the watch face and hands.
The Her Universe Ahsoka Tano activewear is their best-looking Star Wars activewear yet. Based on a Clone Wars look you’ll find the Ahsoka Tano Sports Bra ($29.90), Ahsoka Active Jacket ($49.90), and Ahsoka Active Capris ($34.90). If they’re sold out there, check Hot Topic.
Target has a cool dress for younglings that incorporates opening scroll text: Star Wars Rebel Logo Skater Dress ($19.99). They also have a kids’ Star Wars Short Sleeve Henley Shirt ($12.99) that has the trails of various ships forming its stripes.
Retrospective has a new Leia nightshirt ($42). Find it at Nordstrom.
Musterbrand released a Han Solo jacket ($399.99) in the style of the one he wears in The Force Awakens. It’s also available in Disney Parks.
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ThinkGeek’s Jurassic World/Jurassic Park anniversary collection is all in guy’s sizing but if you wanted dinos hidden in a Hawaiian print shirt (affiliate link: purchasing through this link may earn me a commission at no additional cost to you) ($39.99), this may be the place to go.
And as per usual, Torrid has one of the most stylish collections. Check out their Jurassic World Abbey Georgette Blouse ($38.90), Jurassic World Navy & Ivory Midi Skirt ($54.90), and Dinosaur Tee ($38.90).
Get your subtle geek on with this Overwatch belt ($19.99) at ThinkGeek.
Book, comic, and video game writer Sam Maggs collaborated with Jordandene for a Fangirl Galaxy Collection that features shirts, hats, and bags ($12 – $35). My favorite designs include “Complex Female Character” and “Clever Girl”.
Storybook Cosmetics introduced their Book Club subscription box with each month’s makeup products themed around a classic novel ($24.99/month).
Shop Disney teamed up with designer Trina Turk to celebrate Incredibles 2 with these fabulous Edna Mode-inspired sunglasses ($127.95) and 60s mod Rancho Dress ($227.95) that matches the film’s art direction.
Target has a whole slew of vintage-esque Mickey-themed clothing and accessories for the whole family.
You’ll find several of the Infinity Stones as subtle geek necklaces over at Shop Disney including the Infinity War Time Stone Necklace ($29.95).
Stance debuted a pair of black and purple Black Panther socks ($16).
In Geek Fashion News:
Thandie Newton wore an amazing custom Vivienne Westwood eco-friendly dress that featured photos of her collection of black Star Wars action figures to the Cannes showing of Solo: a Star Wars Story. It was a cool statement on several levels. Click here to see more close-up details.
Jennifer Landa put together three great everyday cosplay outfits for Lando, Qi’ra, and Han over on the official Star Wars site.
Fashion magazine Harper’s Bazaar had an interview and editorial photo spread with Edna Mode from Incredibles 2.
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Kay is FANgirl's resident geek fashion expert and co-host of the Hyperspace Theories podcast. She reviews books and movies for the site with a heart for storytelling and a mind that likes to analyze. Kay's been a guest on various podcasts sharing her love and knowledge of storytelling, film-making, fashion, and of course, Star Wars.
Most days are filled with her work as a creative services professional - designing websites & branding, photographing, voice acting, editing, and more. Kay spends the little bit of free time she has reading, costuming, and, of course, making pew pew noises. She would pick up more jobs and hobbies if she was a Time Lord.
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