Incorporating Geek into Fashion

Now is a great time to label yourself as a geek. There are endless superhero movies in theaters, new comic series being drawn and board game shops popping up everywhere. Geek fashion is also something that’s evolved over the years. I wanted to briefly share how I incorporate geeky Fandoms into my wardrobe and how I still look fashionable and cute.

Jewelry & Accessories 

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Scarves are probably my favorite accessory. They’re perfect for those cold, chilly winter days and being in Minnesota, there are plenty of those days approaching. My scarf above has planets, the sun and the moon on it. The scarf is more nerdy than geeky. The second picture I have a Hello Kitty ring on my finger because I love cats and I also have owl earrings in. Jewelry & accessories are a great way to show of your geek in situations where wearing a geek t-shirt are prohibited. For brands, I recommend Betsy Johnson for jewelry. I also pick up a lot of accessories at conventions too.

Tardis Dress / Clothing Options 

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I can’t say how many times I love this dress from Her Universe. I originally bought this for  Console-Room a Doctor Who convention I attended, but it’s appropriate for everyday wear too. It’s extremely flattering and super comfy. Her Universe is a great brand for geek fashion. I will say that I feel their sizing runs small. I wear a medium in their t-shirts and a large in their leggings. Besides Her Universe, a couple other sources for geek clothes including Hot Topic of course, DeliasSuperherostuff.comWe Love Fine and more.

I can always use shopping recommendations, so where do you get all of your geek fashion items? Let me know in the comments! 😀


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