Sometimes it’s not enough just to go out and buy a movie you love – sometimes you want to wear the awesome stuff your favorite characters sport on the big screen. If that sounds like you, and you love Guardians of the Galaxy, Frozen and Back to the Future II, you might want to dig out that change jar.
With Halloween right around the corner you may find yourself wanting to dress up like Star-Lord from James Gunn’s Guardians of the Galaxy. It's only the highest grossing movie of the year, ya know. The centerpiece of any good Star-Lord outfit is going to be the jacket, and the folks over at New American Jackets have you covered--literally.
For $140, you can own this replica Star-Lord jacket, made of red synthetic leather. It’s the key component of a good Star-Lord ensemble, and arguably the hardest to find at your local mall. Now it can be yours with a few mouse clicks. Ladies, no need to fret – there’s a version for you, too, just in case you want to be Star-Lady this October. [via Fashionably Geek]
Have a more fashionable event to attend than a Halloween party? Like, maybe your very own wedding? If that’s the case, and you really love Disney’s Frozen, you’ll be happy to know you can buy your very own Elsa-inspired wedding gown come January.
That’s right, you can let your single status go with this upcoming design from Alfred Angelo. The new gown takes the dress Elsa wears in the hit film, makes it a little sexier (you don’t want a G-rated wedding night, do you?) and makes it so every grown-up Disney princess can relive the magic on that special day.
The dress is due out next year at Alfred Angelo stores across the country. No word on the price.
Maybe you’re really just looking for a good pair of futuristic shoes to make that walk around town a little less of a hassle. You’re in luck! Universal has revealed an officially licensed version of the self-lacing Nike Trainers that figured into Back to the Future II.
The new versions are significantly cheaper than the Nike ones released on eBay, come with flashing LED lights, and look really cool even if they won’t lace themselves (that tech is rumored to be hitting the market next year). At $99, they won’t break the bank and will allow you to let your geek flag fly without taking out a second mortgage to do it. [via Fashionably Geek]