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Star Wars: Dress like Rey with official The Force Awakens fashion line

Retailer Hot Topic has rolled out an exclusive collection of clothing items inspired by the characters of Disney's blockbuster franchise entry

Clarisse Loughrey
Wednesday 27 April 2016 09:47
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Amongst all the many, many incredible things to admire about Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Rey; that stylishly minimalist, yet durable wardrobe is pretty highly covetable. Come on, it's got sand-coloured capris so you can beat your enemies into the dirt without worrying about ruining your look, with some extra-flowing bits to blow dramatically in the wind; how more perfect an outfit can you get!

Well, now's your chance to take Rey's own look home with you; with US retailer Hot Topic introducing an exclusive new fashion line based on the characters of Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

It's the latest in the company's push towards creating unique, female-targeted pieces based on all of their favourite properties; following a DC Women collection giving the likes of Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn a retro spin, as well as a line of dresses based off all five seasons of American Horror Story.

The collection was created in tandem with Her Universe, which specialises in creating comics and sci-fi inspired gear; from Thor sailor dresses to an Eleventh Doctor-inspired Doctor Who look; with the winners of a fashion design competition held at last year's San Diego Comic-Con putting together The Force Awakens collection.


What's so fantastic about the line is the range of inspirations on show here; the Rey Cardigan or the Phasma Jacket take only subtle hints from the characters' costumes, or there's a pretty great replica of Poe/Finn's Jacket or a BB-8 styled dress if you're just wanting to fully geek out.

The collection is now available to purchase on Hot Topic's website.

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