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Hot Topic and Her Universe Unveil Their New Marvel Collection

Hot Topic and Her Universe are pulling out all the stops for Avengers: Age of Ultron. They’ve teamed up to create a line of sleek and stylish apparel that is basically everything I’ve dreamed of wearing. Don’t get me wrong, t-shirts, leggings, and costume dresses or tunics are fine choices when it comes to fangirl clothing (and wow, do I love that there are so many options these days), but I want more. And this Marvel collection is what more looks like. The Avengers-inspired looks are downright dreamy.

The line looks the way it does thanks to the Her Universe Fashion Show held at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con. The winners of that contest, Amy Beth Christenson and Andrew MacLaine, got the opportunity to design this collection and truly made it fashion-forward. For example, take a gander at these Captain America and Loki dresses:

If you’d like to go more subtle, you can. The crown jewel of the line is a black and dark red Black Widow sheath dress that barely hints at the hero’s costume. The black Black Widow jacket is a touch more obvious but still inconspicuous enough to wear any/everywhere. And don’t even get me started on the beauty of the Tony Stark bomber jacket.

The pricing for the new chic line is as follows:

Captain America Halter Dress, $59.50
Thor Sailor Dress, $59.50
Stark Industries Bomber Jacket, $54.50
Black Widow Dress, $44.50
Black Widow Belted Jacket, $64.50
Loki Halter Dress, $59.50

If you’re already itching to add all these looks to your wardrobe, you can pre-order them now. The collection will be available in stores and available to ship online on May 12. Flip through the gallery below and start making your selections and then jump to the comments and let me know what you’re purchasing.


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