Three new t-shirts at Thinkgeek

Thinkgeek has added three new women’s Star Wars t-shirts to their website. The three designs are Trooper Pop Art, Han Solo Carbonite, and Best Co-Pilot in the Rebellion – all three shirt designs are exclusive to Thinkgeek. The Co-Pilot and Pop Art t-shirts retail for US$19.99 each, available in sizes…

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Black Milk Clothing x Star Wars

Australia clothing label Black Milk Clothing first caught my attention years ago, when they released an Artoo swimsuit. In 2012 they released their first Star Wars collection in collaboration with Lucasfilm. The full line of Black Milk Clothing x Star Wars includes 7 athletic tops, 14 swimsuits, 10 dresses and 6 leggings. Focusing on…

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Review – Gold Bubble Clothing leggings

As soon as Gold Bubble Clothing announced their Han Solo inspired bloodstripe leggings, I knew I had to have them. When they were finally released, I had just spent a bit on Black Milk Clothing x Star Wars pieces during a rare sale, so I could only afford to pick up…

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Leggings at SuperHeroStuff

SuperHeroStuff.com has been adding quite a few Star Wars leggings to their web store, with a variety of designs and characters. Prices range from US$21.99 to US$41.99, in sizes s to xl (three designs are also available in 2xl) – they ship internationally. Some great designs – the kawaii characters are…

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Gold Bubble Clothing

Launched on 30th November 2013, Gold Bubble Clothing included two Star Wars inspired pieces in their opening collection. The company was created by costumer/designer Jinyo, together with his partner Victoria – both are Star Wars fans and costumers, so it was great to see them include Star Wars designs in their…

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Exclusive tees at Thinkgeek

Thinkgeek has just released a new collection of exclusive Star Wars t-shirts, with five women’s tees. Featuring a ‘retro’ style, they are available in sizes s to 3xl, priced between US$19.99 and US$24.99. Shop the new collection here      Photos sourced from and belong to Thinkgeek.

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