Australia is home to not one, but two, awesome clothing companies ready to dress the geeks of the world! Launched in 2012, Living Dead Clothing is one of the many companies to have started in their wake, making their unique mark on the spandex clothing world with their design motif of chibi and zombiefied character artwork. Featuring mashups of fandoms, from Disney Princesses dressed as the Doctors to Batman characters as kitties, their designs and artwork set them, and your wardrobe, apart!
Being geek chic isn’t only limited to when you’re awake, but can be flaunted even when you’re cozy in bed. Check out this selection of great pajama sets, sleepwear separates, and fun underwear.
Love it or hate it, Valentine’s Day is a week away! It’ll be a great weekend to make a loved one smile, and whether you’re taken or single, it’s as good a time as any to flaunt your fabulous geek style.
Rounding out our trio of Valentine’s Day related gift guides (find our other guides HERE and HERE), today’s guide features some current love-related fandom clothing and accessories, as well as a few general pieces, that are sure to make a perfect gift for your partner or that finishing touch to your Valentine’s Day themed geeky outfit!
Prepare yourself for kisses and hearts…
This time of year, my social media pages are full of people trying to motivate themselves to be more fit and workout. Now, while I’m not fond of those inspiration images usually seen around Pinterest telling me what I should or shouldn’t do, I am fond of messages that get me a little more pumped up to go to the gym. Especially, when those messages are nerdy AND on workout clothes. Activate Apparel is a company I touched on back in this post, and since I’ve been seeing them pop up on friend’s pages, I figured checking out their new stuff would be worth a look.
Offering sophisticated and chic sterling silver jewelry licensed from DC Comics and Star Trek, Australian jewelry company Guild Jewellery Design is one of the few companies around offering stylishly geeky jewelry that wont break the bank.
With average prices ranging from $30-80 (though those gorgeous charm bracelets will set you back between $140 and $275), their rings, earrings, necklaces, etc., are a perfect happy medium in quality, price, and style compared to what you’ll get from Hot Topic and nOir Jewelry.
‘Tis the Season, folks! Lindz and I found ourselves stunned the other week as we were compiling these gift guides. Why? Because there was so much to include! To be at a point where there’s an abundance of stylish items available to geeks is, literally, shocking…and so awesome! We can’t wait to see what next year is like. For now, enjoy this gift guide covering some of our top picks for geek chic jewelry that is sure to please.
When I was in school, I was pretty much convinced that I didn’t have an athletic bone in my body. I preferred the comfort of art club, marching band, and my video games over team sports. However, all that changed when I discovered weightlifting earlier this year.
I’ve finally found something that I not only love and makes me stronger, but that also makes me feel like a superhero in training. However, when it come to geek clothes to workout in, I’m sorely lacking.
Inspired by this Instagram photo from Her Universe where she’s rocking a Wonder Woman shirt, I was curious to see what options are out there for active geeks.
One of our most popular posts on the blog is our DIY Friday on how to transform large t-shirts into fun, altered tops. However, there are also companies that will do all the leg work for you. Jack of all Trades not only designs great shirts featuring characters from TMNT, Marvel, and DC Universes, but their “Custom Cuts” features many of their shirts with a unique DIY flair.