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Geek fashion, powered by The Force.
This year geek couture has inspired high-fashion runway looks, a comic-con fashion show, and the creation of a brand new company as people push for more stylish pop-culture-inspired clothing. Now established online fashion retailer WeLoveFine is moving onto the designer geek-inspired style scene with the launch of a new label called Goldie.
The first line is a Star Wars boutique collection that “is fun, fashionable, and practically bursting with the power of The Force” according to WeLoveFine.com. It includes 10 pieces in a variety of styles from classic tanks to dresses, including a Leia dress complete with bun hood. The most unique item is probably the Dark Side Glamour dress, in a cut that is rarely ever seen in a geek-inspired collection. Images have also surfaced of a Darth Vader-inspired dress, though it doesn’t appear to be on the WeLoveFine website yet.
“Goldie is a label that reflects fan culture through a lens of fashion, cutting-edge design and fierce style,” the label’s description reads, “Headed up through WeLoveFine.com by Sara Scargall, the Goldie line seeks to merge the passion and excitement of pop culture brands and characters with trendsetting, contemporary chic looks for the girl looking to make a statement with her fandom. Fan-bulous and exciting clothing for ladies in this world or any other.”
Prices for the collection only range from $30 to $55, so while you might have to invest a few more dollars if you want a more chic geek look, it seems like you won’t have to completely break the bank for these. This Star Wars line is an impressive collection for WeLoveFine’s first attempt with Goldie. Check out the complete collection below.
H/T Fashionably Geek | Photos via WeLoveFine.com
Lisa Granshaw reports on pop culture and geek fashion and is the founder of GeekFold. You can find her work on Syfy, Boing Boing, and Geek and Sundry.