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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Another Thinkgeek sale!

Thinkgeek has announced another sale – with some Star Wars apparel discounted even further! Act quick – some styles only have selected sizes left. Shop the sale via the direct product links below – Don’t Call Me Princess – 75% off, Chroma Wars – 50% off, Darth Star – 50%…

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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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New ‘Stormy Night’ tank top

Hot Topic has added a new Star Wars women’s shirt to their website. A black racer back tank top featuring a stormtrooper design inspired by ‘The Starry Night’, complete with Endor bunker details. Available in juniors sizes small through 3X, it is priced at US$24.50 at Hot Topic (at the time of…

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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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Vans X Star Wars

In April 2014, StarWars.com announced a collaboration with footwear company Vans. The line launched with an initial range of six shoe styles, with a further six limited edition designs under the ‘Vault by Vans’ label. The collection has since expanded, including t-shirts, caps and backpacks, as well as more footwear options.…

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! It is January 1st 2015 here in New Zealand, and I’m really looking forward to the coming year – Episode 7 and heaps more Star Wars and Fashion! The Kessel Runway is now officially one month old (the website publicly launched December 1st 2014) and it’s exciting…

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Fashion in Star Wars Insider magazine

The August/September issue of Star Wars Insider magazine had a couple of articles with a focus on female Star Wars fans. “Fashion of the Force” talks about Star Wars fashion, from runways at Fashion Week, to fan girl favourites Her Universe and Black Milk Clothing. The article’s author Lisa Granshaw talks…

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Review – Wallace Berrie Star Wars rings

For Empire Strikes Back, the Star Wars jewelry license was held by Wallace Berrie. Their line included pendants, pins, and a set of six adjustable rings which I have recently been able to add to my own collection. Each ring is gold in color, with an adjustable band. The packaging…

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