Review – Princess Leia shoes by Adidas

In late 2009 Adidas previewed their first Star Wars collection of shoes, but unfortunately only released one style in women’s sizes (I have small feet, men’s shoe sizes don’t go small enough for me). I was excited to see that they had chosen Leia’s metal slave bikini from Return of the…

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Review – Her Universe tops

In addition to the symbols cardigan, my Black Friday sale order from Her Universe also included three tops. It was great to grab these on sale, as they’re fantastic pieces. It’s no secret I love Her Universe’s Star Wars items, I hope they continue to make great Star Wars fashion for…

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Review – Her Universe cardigan

I of course had to grab a few items in Her Universe’s Black Friday sale. One of the items I am excited to finally get my hands on is the symbols cardigan. Original retail price was US$40, I paid US$31.50 during the sale. I’m so very glad I bought it when…

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Review – Vintage 1977 set of rings

Impressed with the detail of the Weingeroff Ent. vintage necklaces from 1977, I am keen to collect more from their range. I recently picked up a boxed set of rings, featuring Darth Vader, C-3PO and R2-D2. The rings came in a jewelry box, complete with satin lid lining featuring the…

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Review – vintage ‘Sisterhood’ pin

This isn’t a licensed Star Wars item, but apart from being vintage I can’t find any other info about it. Found while checking one of my bookmarked Star Wars sellers on Ebay is this awesome ‘Sisterhood of Jedi Knights’ pin. Measuring approximately 8cm x 4cm, made of plastic, the front…

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Strapless dresses from We Love Fine

We Love Fine has been adding a wider variety of styles to their Star Wars range for women, including dresses. I recently picked up their two Star Wars strapless dresses – the Darth Vader tube dress and the R2-D2 tube dress. Each retails for US$34.00, available in sizes small to 2XL. Both…

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Review – necklaces by Adam Joseph

For each of the original trilogy films, a different company held the license for jewelry in the United States. For Return of the Jedi, it was Adam Joseph Industries Inc. (San Francisco, California). So far I have three of their necklaces – ROTJ logo, MTFBWY and X-Wing Fighter Pilot. These…

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Review – Slave Leia socks

I have a number of Princess Leia saved searches on ebay, and included in one of my daily emails was a listing for Slave Leia socks! I had never seen these before, so I hastily clicked the link to learn more. They were for sale from one of my bookmarked…

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Star Wars socks for women

At the 2012 Star Wars Celebration VI convention in Florida, I came across a booth selling Star Wars socks for women! They had sold out of the popular R2-D2 design, but I picked up an awesome pink/gold Rebel Alliance pair, and a black/silver Imperial pair. They are an officially licensed Lucasfilm…

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