Rubber bracelets by Pyramid International

Browsing around the stalls of merchandise for sale at my local convention a little while ago, I spotted a range of cute Star Wars licensed rubber bracelets. I picked up the R2-D2 and C-3PO ones, as they work together as a cute set. Looking up the manufacturer ‘Pyramid International’ on-line, their…

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New Star Wars jewelry coming soon

Body Vibe makes jewelry collections for several pop culture licenses such as Doctor Who, DC Comics and Marvel, and has now added Star Wars to their catalogue. Coming in the new year is a great collection of necklaces, earrings and more featuring some fantastic designs. Unfortunately it looks like their…

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Review – Loungefly set of earrings

While searching for the Darth Vader coin clutch, I came across this set of stud earrings also by Loungefly on ebay. Until recently I didn’t know they made jewelry, as the brand is mostly known for handbags and wallets –  my recent Hot Topic purchases of bows and necklaces are made by Loungefly too.…

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Riachuelo Star Wars collections

In my search for information about the Star Wars collection by Brazilian designer Triton, I discovered another Brazilian company released their own Star Wars collection around the same time. Riachuelo launched their recent Star Wars collection in stores on May 4th (International Star Wars Day) and included around 30 items, with prices starting…

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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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Review – Weingeroff 1977 necklaces

My first vintage Star Wars purchase for my wardrobe was the R2-D2 and C-3PO necklaces made by Weingeroff Ent. Providence, R.I. (licensed by Factors Etc, Inc) in 1977. They are amongst the first ever Star Wars merchandise – they feature the 20th Century Fox copyright details, with no mention of Lucasfilm. They were made in…

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New Star Wars bags at Thinkgeek

Thinkgeek has just released two new Star Wars handbags! One features an R2-D2 theme, the other has a Boba Fett theme. Priced at US$49.99 each, they measure approx 9″ tall, 12 1/2″ long and 7″ deep. I love the styling on these, a great addition to any Star Wars fan’s…

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R2-D2 handbag by Loungefly

As I mentioned in my earlier post on Loungefly’s Star Wars collection, their R2-D2 bag wasn’t amongst those now available on Loungefly.com. Questions on the Facebook page were answered with ‘coming in January’ – and now we have a full promotional image of the bag, via Loungefly’s Instagram – I…

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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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Loungefly Star Wars handbags

It was completely by accident that I came across the brand Loungefly – I spotted a photo of an R2-D2 handbag during a regular Star Wars search on Pinterest, that had nothing other than ‘Loungefly’ in the notes. Looking up the brand’s website and Facebook page, I found they hold several licences…

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