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Thursday, September 5, 2013

Top Five Geek Gear Essentials

We've been getting a little bit into internet shopping lately here at GeekRex and thought we'd share some of our greater discoveries. The following is a list of some of our favorite sites for clothes, posters, and even make-up. Have any other recommendations? Please share!

1. The Geekerie Posters - The Geekerie creates poster prints for basically everything, including comics, science fiction films, TV shows, and more (pretty much you name it, they have it). The prints are a modern art take on iconic classics, both paying homage to our favorite pieces of pop culture and looking clean and classy on your walls.


2. Fencing & Archery  - This online shop is basically fantastic for ONE nichey type of item: Game of Thrones clothing. We've received tons of compliments on the helvetica list t-shirts we ordered, which are incredibly comfortable, soft and flattering in fit.


3. Black Milk Clothing - Black Milk has been popular for years, but recently caught our attention with their new line of Mass Effect inspired clothing, including N7 leggings and dress. Because who doesn't want to look like Shepherd ALL the time?! The line also carries tons of Star Wars apparel and is launching a Harry Potter line in September, as well as Game of Thrones in the months following. 


4. Geek Chic Cosmetics - It's not like when you see an eye shadow, people would KNOW it's inspired by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Doctor Who, but you'll know. And that's what matters, right? The company also makes a variety of brightly-colored lip glosses and lipsticks for cosplayers (and people who, you know, just like bright lipstick). Plus, they get bonus points for branding their lip glosses as joysticks.

5. Red Bubble - This one is kind of a no-brainer, but Red Bubble makes some of our favorite unique and geek-inspired T-Shirts and has the widest selection we've seen. Kyle recently picked up the Hawkeye T-Shirt for cosplay at Dragon Con and general wearing purposes, and when another shirt he ordered came in looking sub-par, Red Bubble offered a full refund and didn't even ask him to send the defective shirt back. 


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