The Mass Effect hype train is going faster than light right now, and ThinkGeek is hopping aboard with 20% off apparel and accessories sure to please every Shepard and FemShep in the galaxy. Inside, you’ll find gear to represent both N7 and the Andromeda Initiative (though not Cerberus, hmm).
Surprise! It’s cold again. So before you pack away your winter clothes for the year, we want to take the opportunity to find the best hoodie.
On the one hand, there are some things that look pretty great. On the other hand, how often do regular people wear capes these days? I mean, people who aren’t Veronica Lodge on Riverdale, obviously.
Let’s get the bad news out of the way first. Before you reach for your credit card, this amazing Batman-themed jacket made from over 10,000 pieces of Lego isn’t available for sale. It was a one-of-a-kind creation made to tease every Lego and Batman fan who will never be able to own it.
If you had to choose the perfect single outfit to wear the rest of your life, one of these wearable sleeping bags from Selk’bag just might be it. They’re like comfy pajamas that will also keep you warm at night, and now that they’re available in four Star Wars designs, why would you ever need to change into another…
If the thought of having to ‘dress up’ has you skipping fancy dinner parties, or turning down promotions at work, Fruit of the Loom might have a solution for you. Its 2016 Professional Collection is a line of fleece sweatsuits printed with ‘formal’ designs that make it look like you’re actually dressed as an adult.
It’s been almost 21 years since Toy Story made it totally okay to miss all the toys you grew up playing with; it’s one of those rare perfect movies that’s impossible not to love. But is there room in your heart for this forthcoming line of Toy Story-themed sneakers from Vans as well?
After completely wowing us with its new line of Marvel and DC Comics “secret identity” and “alter-ego” formal wear, Fun.com is back with a line of winter coats and snowsuits that will make you envious of every 10-year-old who’s out sledding while dressed like Iron Man, Batman, the Hulk, and other superheroes.
You probably haven’t even packed away the sunscreen yet, but it’s already time to start thinking about what you’re going to wear to holiday parties come December. The tacky sweater is always en vogue, but everything is better when you can incorporate Star Wars into the festivities.
It’s a good idea to make sure your affairs are in order before beaming down to a mysterious new planet wearing a red Starfleet uniform, but what if you were wearing a pre-damaged uniform first? Maybe whatever aggressive alien race you were about to face would assume you’d already been phasered to death, and leave you…
They might not be remembered in 75 years the same way the battles of World War II were, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be proud of all the times you fought those menacing ghosts while playing Pac-Man as a kid. Now, you can commemorate your valiant deeds with this on this bomber jacket from Blues Heroes.
Aside from “coming soon” there isn’t a whole lot of information yet available about this new formal wear collection from Fun.com. But what we do know is that it will feature suits, ties, and other accessories that incorporate patterns, designs, and logos from Marvel and DC Comics’ properties.
Inspired by marsupials like kangaroos, Unihabitat’s new Summer Mewgaroo Hoodie comes with an oversized pocket on the front and dangling pom-poms for entertaining a kitty. It’s sure to take you one dangerous step closer to becoming the crazy cat person you’re always mocking.
The synthetic compounds (PFCs) that help the fabrics used in rain jackets repel moisture have an unfortunate downside: they don’t naturally break down and are far from environmentally-friendly. It’s kind of the ugly secret of the performance wear world, but Columbia has finally come up with an eco-friendly waterproof…
To help reinforce the idea that its clothing is designed for rugged outdoor adventures, Columbia is turning the informational hang tags on some of its garments into stainless steel survival tools that do everything from cut wood, to fix clothing tears, to filter water.
Disney is continuing the Lucasfilm tradition of doling out Star Wars licenses to every last company on earth who wants to make merchandise. A couple years ago, Vans showed us that Star Wars shoes weren’t an awful idea, but we take it all back after seeing these footwear creations from Irregular Choice.
Lego has dabbled in wearable accessories in the past, but it looks like the company is finally moving past just watches and keychains by teaming up with Uniqlo for a new line of t-shirts available in both kids and adult sizes and designs.
Amazon’s first-ever live TV show will air tonight. Called Style Code Live, it will features three exuberant presenters attempting to sell Amazon’s clothing stock. Yes, it’s a shopping channel. No, you probably won’t be able to endure it.