Vintage 1977 C-3PO earrings

Some of the first Star Wars merchandise ever made was for women to wear, which I think is awesome. In 1977, before the well known action figures hit store shelves, Weingeroff Ent. Providence, R.I. (licensed by Factors Etc, Inc) was producing licensed Star Wars jewelry, which included necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets, hair…

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Review – women’s socks 5-pack

A little while ago I posted about a new 5-pack of women’s Star Wars socks – I loved the designs so much I had to have them. I first spotted them on SuperHeroStuff (priced at US$14.99) but I purchased these on ebay for US$9.99 – a great price for 5 pairs…

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Review – Vans Star Wars shoes

The Vans X Star Wars line was announced in April 2014, with a collection of twelve styles to choose from. Since then, they have released several other designs, including some exclusives. While I’m much more of a ‘high heel girl’, I couldn’t resist the idea of Star Wars footwear. Early…

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Review – Body Vibe Charm Beads

A little while ago I post my review of the exclusive Star Wars charm bead set available from Thinkgeek. The charm beads are made by Body Vibe, one of SalesOne LLC’s jewelry brands. While I was researching the company and their full Star Wars collection, I noticed two beads pictured on…

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Review – Loungefly mini Vader bag

When Loungefly released their Star Wars handbag collection, I knew straight away I loved the Darth Vader patent handbag. Interestingly, it is the only design in the range (so far) to be available in two sizes, so I while I knew I wanted it, I wasn’t sure which size would…

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