We’re back! Just, y’know, later into January than expected. Please feel free to blame the freezing cold, limited amounts of day light, Bria’s work schedule, and the foot of snow for this delay. It’s okay though: we’re back now!
From the minute I saw it teased in their promotional pictures, I knew that I had to have this dress inspired by Rose Tico. Actually, I originally thought it was a jacket but nope! It’s a shirt dress which is even better. I hope this is a sign of more Star Wars inspired clothing to come.
Rose Tico Dress: Musterbrand
Black Tights: Hue
Black Boots: Dr. Scholls
Godspeed Rebels bracelet: Sparkle Designs
X-Wing Necklace: ThinkGeek
For reference, Bria is wearing a size small in the Rose Dress
One of the things that I wanted to do when I decided to bring White Hot Room back was to try and feature more outfits that I could actually wear to work. Granted, I do work somewhere with a relatively casual dress code but it’s made it a fun challenge. This particular outfit? I drove home from work, put a little bit of make up on, and then went outside to take pictures.
Bromance Cardigan: Elhoffer Design
Black Shirt: H&M
Black Pants: Max Jeans
Tall Boots: Dr. Scholl’s
The Last Jedi Purse: Dooney & Bourke for Disney
Just like how my love for Kylo Ren surprised me, so did my love for this sweater. It’s been a very cold winter in my part of the world and this sweater has been decidedly cozy and one of my go-to pieces.
And oh hey: The Last Jedi novelization is out today. You should probably go read it.
For sizing reference, Bria is wearing a size small in the sweater. If in doubt, size down. The fit is generous.
Rey has, without a doubt, the most comfortable boots in Star Wars. Every cosplayer we know swears by them. It’s not terribly surprising that Star Wars went back to Po-Zu for Rey’s new footwear in The Last Jedi. Equally unsurprising is that Po-Zu announced last week that they will be making the boots available for pre-order with delivery in November. (That’s just in time to wear with your Hero Rey costume!)
You can preorder the boots from Po-Zu’s website here. They set you back just shy of $300 but if they’re as comfy as the original pair, they could totally be worth it. The biggest difference between these and the screen used boots is that these have a zipper but they should still be good for Rebel Legion approvable and will honestly be a lot easier to get on and off.