It’s nice when a company finally makes a piece you’ve been asking for for literal years. I just really love Padmé and the Naboo Handmaidens, folks. While I’m not huge on the color as it’s a little uhhh… sweeter? than my style usually tends, I do love how the piece looks. (Lin referred to this as “this pastel aesthetic that is such a hard left from the Bria Lookbook” when I sent her the pictures.) Just like with the skirt, the crest is subtle enough that most people will just think it’s a neat pattern. The Naboo fans though… we know.
Naboo Cardigan: Her Universe
Black Sweater Shell: Express
Floral Skirt: H&M
Black Pumps: Nine West
For sizing reference, Bria is wearing a Medium in the cardigan.
Because when you’ve been working like crazy on a Commander Iden Versio costume… obviously you have to make an Inferno Squad inspired dress to wear for the panel you’re running that same day at the con. Or no wait… is it just me that’s that crazy?
Custom Inferno Squad Dress: Made by Bria
Black Flats: Coach
Thank you to Haythem at Lafhaj Studios for the photography!
I have a Hux problem. I also have a military jacket problem. (Un)fortunately, they combined and I got peer pressured into buying this jacket a few months ago. Actually, it turned out to be a great plan because I really love it and now, because you all know how this goes… an outfit post.
Military Jacket: Zara
Faux Leather Leggings: Express
Also… HI MILLICENT <3
I have a Star Wars problem and by problem I mean that I’m all about the First Order. They’re going to put ‘First Order Trash Queen’ on my tombstone at this point.
Look this skirt is just really cute, okay?
Stormtrooper Skirt: Her Universe
Crop Top: Express
Black Heels: Ralph Lauren
The First Order may be the next generation of the Empire but that doesn’t stop them from getting a style upgrade. Just look at that new crest! And the new stormtrooper armor!
First Order Dress: Mighty Fine
Leather Jacket: H&M
Grey Tights: Hue
Black Pumps: BCBGeneration
A few notes on this dress: First, it’s very short. I’m 5’6″ (so a little over average height) and it juuuuust barely covers my butt. It may work better as a tunic/with leggings but heyyyyy fashion! In all seriousness, this is probably something that anyone above average height will want to avoid if you’re looking to wear this as a dress. There’s also a weird fit issue around the arm pits that’s been noted by several others. Short version: try this dress on in the store first. (It’s available at Macy’s.)
There’s a little film called Star Wars: The Force Awakens coming out this weekend and we’re going to celebrate the only way we know how: by throwing it a fashion party. So jump on board the Millenium Falcon because Chewie, we’re home.