Today I am wrapping up my Orlando MegaCon 2017 cosplay posts with a last set of photos from the convention’s last day, Sunday. I previously posted photos from Friday and Saturday of the con – be sure to check those out to see even more creativity and talent!
Keep reading for some epic cosplays!
I had such a blast at MegaCon 2017! It came a bit abruptly for me so I wasn’t as prepared for it as I would’ve liked but, nevertheless, I had an amazing time!
Since there was SO much going and my dad (who acted as my blog photographer) and I took SO many photos, I decided to split up my MegaCon coverage into three “types” of posts – yes, expect a lot of MegaCon ahead – Cosplay, My Experience, and What I Wore. I’m going to start with my first of three Cosplay posts sharing some of the various cosplays I saw over the weekend. Splitting them up by day, I will begin with Friday (as I did not attend the con on Thursday).
Keep reading to see Friday’s incredible cosplays!
Woot!! Hot Topic is having a 40% off sale on tons of super cute apparel pieces on their website! Fandoms include Disney, Doctor Who, Star Wars, Harry Potter, Sailor Moon, and more! Also, the whole site is 20% off – including clearance AND today is the last day for $1 shipping on orders over $50!! So many awesome deals – GO, GO, GO!! Hurry before the sale ends!
Don’t know where to start? Keep reading for my picks 🙂
I know Black Friday can be pretty overwhelming trying to keep up with all the amazing sales out there. To help you out, I’ve rounded up all the best Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals for geeks and cosplayers I could find in to one post.
I did my best to keep everything up to date and I’ll continue to add as I find more awesome deals!
Tip: For extra savings, be sure to use Ebates.com (referral link)! Sign up is FREE and many stores are doing DOUBLE cash back! So on top of whatever savings you’re already getting, you can get up to another 15% off!
UPDATED 11/28 4:14AM
Yesterday I shared my favorite Anime, Disney, and Doctor Who inspired geek dresses. Today, I’m bringing you a few more with pieces inspired by some of my favorite fandoms Marvel, Harry Potter, and Star Wars.
Be sure to check out yesterday’s Part One post!
I love how diverse geek fashion has developed for women these past years. We now have so many ways to represent our fandoms and to do so in whatever our unique clothing style might be. Do you like to keep things casual with tank and skater dresses? Check. Do you want something classy and sophisticated with a touch of lace? Check. How about something just subtly geeky? Check. What about something full on geeky and/or could almost be considered cosplay? Check.
It really is a great time to be a geek lady!
Today, I’m going to share with you some of my favorite geek DRESSES. As a little girl, I was lucky to find a fitted women’s geek tee – oh, how I would’ve gone crazy for a pretty geek dress like these!
There were so many wonderful dresses, I decided to do a Part Two to this post which will be up tomorrow.
For the last three years, Hot Topic and Her Universe have put on an amazing “geek couture” fashion show featuring designs from some incredibly talented aspiring designers. Every year, I want to so badly attend the show and every year something comes up that night preventing me. This year, I FINALLY was able to make it!! Read on to see experience attending the Hot Topic and Her Universe Fashion Show at San Diego Comic Con 2016!
Between companies like Her Universe and We Love Fine, geek fashion for women has evolved much since the days when our options mostly consisted of unisex t-shirts. Now there are many fashionable and flattering options for geek girls of all shapes and sizes in a multitude of fandoms. Unfortunately, for our male counterparts, most geek men’s fashion has stayed within the regular crew cut t-shirt realm so I was beyond delighted when I saw a Pac Sun booth next to We Love Fine in what I designated the Star Wars retail area of San Diego Comic Con. I was drawn right away to their Star Wars x On the Byas collaboration collection with their fun and colorful mix of prints and patterns and how they incorporated various Star Wars characters and vehicles in a subtle way.
My boyfriend, Luke, received two of the tank tops from the collection and wears them both regularly. Since I don’t often cover men’s fashion on the blog, I asked if he could give me his male opinion on the tank tops and he happily obliged. The following is his honest review of the Millennium Falcon Floral Tank Top and the Darth Vader Floral Tank Top – both of which he is modeling in the accompanying photos of this post (doesn’t he make such a handsome model?).
“I’ve certainly received plenty of compliments on the tank tops. Probably the best thing about them is the subtle addition of the Star Wars characters and vehicles with the Hawaiian floral design. Many of my friends have had to take a moment before realizing what was on my shirt and then burst out with the “That is AMAZING!” laugh. The fit is also great. Being a tall and slender guy, I often find that getting the small sizes of tank tops are either too short for my torso or that the medium sizes are too large around my waist, these however (which are both smalls), fit great.
My small bit of criticism towards the shirts is the variation in pixel resolution for each design element. Clearly they are not all the same DPI, as some objects look very grainy or blurry, while others are very clear and crisp, and so the various elements really do not match up that well. Another minor note that a friend pointed out (yes, this is for the most hardcore Star Wars fans) is that the Millennium Falcon is indeed reversed. The cockpit should be on the right side.
In the big scheme of things, these are Hawaiian print Star Wars summer tank tops, and living in Southern California and always being surrounded by a bunch of fellow Star Wars nerds, it couldn’t be a cooler addition to my wardrobe.”
These are definitely girlfriend approved! To check out the rest of the Star Wars x On the Byas collection click HERE!
What do you think about these tank tops?