It’s fine to have plain white and black socks on hand for certain occasions, but I recommend keeping your sock drawer full of wacky designs for everyday wear. Seriously, looking down at your feet and catching a glimpse of Batman can turn a frustrating day into a happy one.
Superhero Stuff has your sock needs covered with new styles featuring Batman and Robin, Spider-Man, Superman, and The Avengers.
See more styles after the break.
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Brooklyn resident Lauren Gates has taken to dressing up her adorable bunny in costumes. The bunny, Benjamin Linus, is apparently okay with this because not only has he been turned into a student at Hogwart’s, but he’s also been a pumpkin, a sailor and a dinosaur. Gates did a shot for each month of the year and said that this Harry Potter costume took the longest to shoot at about 20 minutes. Patient as bunny is, he did not like the scar and glasses being stuck to his head. It paid off in the end because now he has his own calendar in the works and even his own Facebook page.
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What really makes this fun is that designer Jason Wu isn’t actually calling this a Pok mon handbag. He’s calling it the Jourdan Backpack which he named after model Jourdan Dunn, but it’s still a Pok ball to me. The bag is made of baby calf and Saffiano leather and has a designer price to match the fancy name. It’ll set you back $1740, but you’ll be the envy of all the other trainers.
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Ben and Mimi had a charming wedding, and one aspect in particular jumped out at me: the groomsmen’s boutonnieres. They weren’t flowers or anything else I’ve ever seen, they were action figures! I know. It sounds like it might be garish, but it actually works and it definitely looks like it fits into the overall tone of Ben and Mimi’s celebration.
Mimi asked the groomsmen who their favorite superheroes were, and she crafted the fantastic accessories. The round-up includes Batman, Professor X, Jesus, Iron Man, and Superman.
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Katrina Navarro loves comics, superheroes, and fashion. She combined her passions with these fantastic everyday outfit designs. I think these looks are a happy medium between wearing a full costume with the cape and tights and wearing a geeky t-shirt. Her outfits take the overall look and colors of various heroes and villains like Wonder Woman and Supergirl and make them comfortable and perfect for wearing just about anywhere.
I soon started drawing up fashion sketches based off specific Superheroes and Villains with keeping things in mind: Clothes that a person can find in their closet or easily at a store with some to no alterations. When I have trouble finding a type of clothing that could work, I often scour magazines and online clothing stores for items.
I draw these sketches for fun of course, but I also draw these to share with people who also have a love for comics and fashion. The Superhero inspi sketches are for people to refer to just in case they want to closet cosplay as their favorite Superhero for the day. You don’t even have to totally replicate the clothing in the designs. It can simply be referenced, altered, switched, or whatever they like. That’s why I try to mention optional clothing that could also work in case someone doesn’t want to wear a skirt or heels.
Check out more outfit designs after the break.
(Project: Rooftop via CA)
Don’t let all that grunting and growling fool you. When no one’s looking, Chewie likes to relax, stick his head outside the cockpit and let hyperspace blow past like a warm summer breeze.
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Though finding geeky underwear is easier these days, it’s challenging to find them for every fandom. I’m glad someone is meeting the demand of this niche market! That someone is Etsy seller Geek Chic Artist. The little image of Serenity used for these Firefly panties is perfect, as is the quote. They are available in ladies small to extra large sizes.
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Most of us are carrying at least two digital devices at any given time. For better or worse, gadgets are becoming a way of life. If you find your pockets weighed down with electronics or have a pile of them in your purse, this trench coat from SeV will probably make your life easier.
It comes with 18 pockets. 18!! You can fit everything in the various sizes of pouches and if you have a small wallet, you can be hands-free with no purse. It’s supposed to all fit naturally so you don’t look like the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man.
All of that is fabulous enough, but the trench coat also stain and water resistant. It’s available in red, black, and mist. The price point is fair for what you get; at $149, it’s not the cheapest or the most expensive.
See an x-ray view of the coat after the break.
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Most wardrobes could stand to have more playful and fun items, and these new skirt styles from Go Follow Rabbits meet that requirement. She’s got Mary Poppins and Alice in Wonderland prints available, and as you can see from the photo above, they don’t follow Disney’s interpretations either. I think that makes them more wonderful.
The skirts are made to order, and turnaround time is three weeks.
Check out the Mary Poppins skirt after the break.
Product Pages: Alice in Wonderland ($45.99) and Mary Poppins ($45.99)
Try to imagine for a moment what it would be like to wear Mario’s shoes. Just how many times will you discover that the princess is in another castle before you completely lose your mind and need to be committed? You could try asking Mario, but I don’t think he’d hear you in his current state.
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