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Things We Saw Today: This Comfy-Looking TARDIS Dress

Hot Topic is now selling this TARDIS dress, courtesy of our pals at Her Universe.

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  • Anonymous

    Ugh. Already annoyed. Viper should have black/green hair!

  • Anonymous

    Maybe she does, and she’s not in complete costume?

  • Anonymous

    Make up your minds, either sexy-costumes are awesome (this post), or they’re not (the Halloween one). You see-saw between endorsing them and slut-shaming.

  • Rebecca Pahle

    They are neither awesome nor not awesome. They are an option.

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  • Meredith Hershey

    I have that TARDIS dress and it’s awesome :)

  • TKS

    Fox has the rights to Madam Hydra? How is that possible?

  • TKS

    1) The Tardis dress isn’t a costume. Nor is it marketed as “sexy” implying its objective of satisfying male gaze. Is it sexy? one could argue yes. Is it lingerie? no.

    2) Is saying “not all pirates are “sexy pirates,” not all nurses are “sexy nurses” and not all Chewbaccas are “sexy Chewbaccas,” and these “sexy” costumes should be an OPTION for women (and men) and not be the OVERWHELMING STANDARD costume for women.” slut shaming? I’d argue no. Should you dress sexy if you want? yes. But that idea shouldn’t be pressed on people by a male-dominated industry.