Hot Topic has released a three piece Wonder Woman wedge boots.
They have specifically designed these boots to be used for cosplay.
Each wedge boot is made of three separate parts.
The full boot comes to above the knee.
However, unsnap the piece over the knee and you have another boot.
Unsnap the part over the shin and you have a wedge shoe.
All three styles maintain the 3 1/2″ heels.
RIPT Apparel has released another design that caught our eye.
This one is called Wonder Moon.
It shows Sailor Moon but in Wonder Woman’s outfit.
The line is available in men’s and women’s t-shirts as well as a tank top.
Unfortunately, there is no children’s wear to this.
Star Wars crawl scarves are coming soon.
The scarves will show the word crawl from the beginning of one of the original trilogy movies.
Mighty Fine is making the silk scarves happen.
Customers will be able to choose whether they want A New Hope, Empire Strikes Back, or Return of The Jedi.
Each of the scarves has the entire crawl on the, but at the angle seen in the movies, so while the bottom is in large print, the top is tiny.
The collection will be available starting in September.
A shirt advertised on Facebook caught my eye today, and I just had to share it.
The shirt is made by RIPT Apparel, who I don’t know that I had heard of previously.
It features Princess Peach from Nintendo’s Mario video games.
Peach has her arms outstretched with the caption “The Hills Are Alive” above her, in a play on The Sound of Music.
Behind her, all of the hills have eyes, suggesting their being literally alive.
Mario, Luigi, and Toad are also among the visuals behind Peach.
RIPT Apparel offers the t-shirt in men’s, women’s, and youth, while also offering the print on hoodies, sweatshirts, and tank tops.
Warner Brothers and DC Comics have released a Wonder Woman fashion line.
Entitled Her Universe the line features 7 pieces including 2 jackets, 2 dresses, a tank top, a skirt, and a romper.
Our favorites are the Reversible Dress and Armor Faux Leather Jacket.
The Her Universe collection is available at Hot Topic and in retail stores.
However, it is a limited edition, so best get yours before they disappear.
It’s been a bit over a month since I was able to go the Denver Art Museum and had planned on posting this on May the 4th.
However, there were some issues uploading the pictures, and so I waited until I could present you with all of them, which ended up being today.
For a fan it’s definitely a worth while experience, for non fans it can be interesting to see all of the work that goes in to making a major movie’s costumes come in to reality.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a picture of everything, as some photos just didn’t turn out right, but I do have 150 photos to share with you.
I’ve placed them in the order that I came upon them as I walked through the exhibit, so as to allow you to experience them in the same order I did.