To finish off my Celebration Anaheim reports, here are some of the great women’s Star Wars fashion items I spotted while browsing amongst the dealers in the exhibitors hall. From vintage necklaces and t-shirts to new accessories and bags, there were so many options! Quite a few of the items I saw were gone on later visits – so I made sure to purchase anything I had my eye on when I first spotted them. Here’s a few of the finds I managed to photograph amongst the crowds of busy shoppers –
The blue lightsaber earrings are made by Bioworld – I love my pair. The four necklaces are also made by Bioworld (the Millennium Falcon necklace was available from Hot Topic recently). The carded stormtrooper necklace is a vintage piece made by Weingeroff Ent – I don’t own a carded version (bought mine loose to wear) so it was nice to see one in person. I’m not familiar with the black and silver Star Wars logo pendant, it was very pretty!
The imperial leggings are made by Her Universe, as is the Boba Fett tunic dress – Her Universe only stocked their new collection items at their booth, so it was great to see other stockists selling older items for fans who are still looking. The pink and brown women’s t-shirts were vintage items, very cool.
The red lightsaber necklace was one of four jade lightsaber pendant designs made by Noble Wealth in 2005 (credit to SWCA for the info) – I really wanted this one but couldn’t quite afford it after all my earlier shopping! The stormtrooper knitted hat is a modern item, I love the braids as a fun touch. The women’s R2-D2 backpack was something I hadn’t seen before – but spotted many worn around the convention, a popular and useful item.
A few more assorted Star Wars jewelry items – vintage C-3PO rings made by Weingeroff in 1977, and a few pendants that I’m not familiar with (I’m keen to find out more), they looked vintage? Lastly, two 6-pack sets of earrings made by Loungefly – I have a different 6-pack that has designs from both of these sets, so I can’t decide if I need these two as well!