Tomorrow we’re heading down to San Diego but we have just one more SDCChic entry for you, ours! We couldn’t issue a challenge without taking the opportunity to put together outfits, and here are a few we’ll be wearing throughout the weekend.
We’re just days away from the biggest con of the year, and we’re continuing with our SDCChic series with some new outfits put together by Emily of The Stylish Geek! Emily is known for her geektastic outfits of the day, cosplay, and is one of the lucky few part of this year’s Her Universe fashion show.
Similar to Mandie, her outfits feature a signature piece paired with different accessories. Additionally, her evening outfits are inspired by cosplay, and even feature some handmade pieces made by Emily herself.
We hope you’ve been enjoying our SDCChic series and that it’s inspired you to put together some great looks for SDCC or upcoming cons! Today’s entry comes from Crystal from Geek Pinata. Like us, she covers posts about geek fashion, conventions, and has recently been posting geek chic outfits of the day.
Crystal approached our challenge by putting together outfits that include con tips and really paid attention to the location (like the proximity of the con to the beach!)
This week we’re featuring various geek fashion bloggers in our very first SDCChic. Each one has put together two day and two night outfits befitting of the biggest geek weekend of the year. Today we’re have Mandie of Geeky Glamorous fame. Mandie focuses on outfits of the day, local events, giveaways, and even had her wedding featured on SyFy.
Now that we’ve covered the great geek fashion events that are happening at this year’s comic con, we wanted to do something fun leading up to the big event. We contacted various fashion bloggers to participate in our very first SDCChic!
SDCChic is a showcase of geek fashion looks that are perfect for comic con. Whether you’re attending panels, checking out various events outside the con, or making an appearance at great parties, there’s a look that will fit the bill. Each participant was challenged to put together four outfits, two day looks and two evening looks, based on what SDCChic meant to them.