Black Milk discontinues license

Australian clothing company Black Milk Clothing announced on 12th February that their Star Wars licensing deal has come to an end. All current Star Wars clothing items on the US and worldwide web stores will be taken down at the end of March. These last remaining pieces (mostly the shooter…

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Valentines Day tees from Fifth Sun

Valentines Day is coming up, and licenced graphic apparel company Fifth Sun has added some great themed Star Wars designs to their women’s t-shirt range. As I mentioned in my earlier post, Fifth Sun prints orders on demand, so many of their designs are available on a variety of shirt…

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Skater dresses at SuperHeroStuff

SuperHeroStuff currently has three Star Wars skater dresses, all in a ‘costume’ style recreating a character outfit. The three designs are Boba Fett, R2-D2 and Princess Leia, available in sizes s to xxlarge (the Boba Fett dress is only available in s to xl). Prices range from US$36.99 to US$56.99,…

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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 – 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 – 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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Review – Loungefly accessories

Following on my from my post about Loungefly’s Star Wars handbags and purses, I discovered they are also making quite a range of other accessories. I had recently spent my Hot Topic ‘Hot Cash’ voucher on a range of Star Wars accessories and my eagerly awaited parcel just arrived in…

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Yoga pants at Thinkgeek

Thinkgeek has recently been adding a range of yoga pants to their store, which includes three Star Wars designs so far. Available in women’s sizes small to 3X, they feature Yoda, Princess Leia, and R2-D2. Each pair is priced at US$39.95 – but Thinkgeek has frequent sales/promotions, so it’s helpful…

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