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  1. Let’s Get Deductive With This Sherlock-Inspired Fashion Line

    It's Elementary, my de—whoops. That's a different show.

    Remember that officially licensed The Last Unicorn clothing that came out last month? Gold Bubble is following up their recent success with a new line inspired by BBC's Sherlock, and it looks pretty incredible. I didn't even watch the last season and I am still jonesing for one of those dresses with the smiley face on 'em. Or maybe Holmesing?

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  2. WeLoveFine Is Having a July 4th Sale (And Don’t Forget About Our TMS Fan Design Contest!)

    Well, there goes my wallet.

    If you were thinking about picking yourself up an official The Mary Sue t-shirt--or any t-shirt from WeLoveFine's collection--then tomorrow might be the right time to do it. And while you're over there, remember that our fan design contest is still happening!

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  3. You Wanted Mars Attacks! Leggings To Be A Thing You Could Buy, Right? ‘Cuz Here They Are

    Ack! Ack! Ack!

    We're not quite sure what to make of these leggings, which are clearly inspired by the 1996 Tim Burton film Mars Attacks!  What we do know is that they're extremely advanced technologically, which suggests--very rightfully so--that they're peaceful. A quality pair of leggings, by definition, is not barbaric.

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Stay on Target With the X-Wing Knife Block

    May the fork be with you!

    Tired of dicing womp rats with your T-16 cutlery back at home? Good. You're ready for the big leagues now, kid. Just remember, these are not for stabbing! Don't go using 'em for Alderaan reasons.

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  5. District Fashions Are on Display In The Latest Hunger Games Couture Offerings

    Oh my lumber...

    The Hunger Games franchise - making textiles sexy just for you.

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  6. First Officially-Licensed The Last Unicorn Apparel Is Here To Break Your Heart

    Now all I need is a Flight of Dragons dress and I'll be good.

    Is your wardrobe severely lacking in butterflies and Red Bulls? You are not alone! Gold Bubble clothing has released the first official The Last Unicorn clothing line in honor of the 1982 film and the novel by Peter S. Beagle, and holy technicolor spandex was it ever worth the wait!

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  7. The Mary Sue Exclusive: Game of Thrones House Martell Sigil Necklace From Pyrrha

    The Mary Sue Exclusive

    Designers Wade Papin and Danielle Wilmore of Pyrrha struck a deal with HBO recently to create jewelry inspired by the hit series Game of Thrones. When we first posted about it, fans asked "Where's House Martell!?" The wait is over. HBO has given us this exclusive first reveal of their latest talisman necklace emblazoned with the House Martell sigil and words: Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken. SOB! Click ahead for a closer look... 

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  8. Geeky Pillow Covers – For When You Really Want To Impress Company

    Get In Loser We're Going Shopping

    Claire Weston is the shop owner of Citadel Traders on Etsy, offering a little something to spruce up your abode for when you're entertaining...or not!

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  9. How the History Channel’s Vikings Inspired Street Style

    Not all that glitters is gold

    Vogue and Elle online run stories lately about how Game of ThronesSpartacus: Blood and Sand, and The Borgias impact runways. (Cue shots of models sashaying down runways in pseudo-medieval silks and "armor-inspired" leggings with only the most tenuous link to anything actually worn on the show.) “Get Cersei Lannister's Look” and “Gauzy Gowns Echo Spartacus’ Style” run the click bait captions. We can debate how much actually translates down into any literal street style; the real impact is subtler—maybe best demonstrated by fans of Vikings, on the History Channel.

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  10. These Pop Culture-Inspired Fashion Designs Are Simply Fabulous, Darling

    eye candy

    Fashion is not my strong suit. As I put this post together, I'm wearing a yoga top and the comfiest pants I own, which I think are ten years old by now. But even I, uncouth peasant that I am, can appreciate the classiness of artist Sara Richard's "Haute Pop" series. How do I begin to pick a favorite? Even bloody lab coats are swank here. Click through for more, and be sure to follow her Tumblr for new designs every Sunday.

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