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Living Dead Clothing’s New FIREFLY Collection Sure Is Shiny (Exclusive)

Do you have a pretty floral bonnet? Neither does Living Dead Clothing, but their brand new officially licensed Firefly collection does have several other options to make Browncoats smile–including their first offerings for men. The best part? You don’t have to travel all the way to Persephone to add these pieces to your wardrobe. We have an exclusive look at some of the shiny clothing.

The line-up includes dresses and leggings and tops for men and women inspired by Jayne, Zoe, Kaylee, Mal, Inara, and Wash. You can incorporate most of the looks into your regular apparel, while others fall more into the everyday cosplay category. I’m pretty sure dressing like Zoe while running errands on a Saturday morning will make said errands more awesome.

Living Dead Clothing director Wade Lange says, “I can’t wait for Browncoats to see our new Firefly collection. As a small independent Australian made brand, we often feel like the underdog crew of the Serenity ourselves. We’ve really gone all out and pooled our creative resources to deliver something that captures the spirit of Firefly and has something for everyone–including our first menswear line!”

The Firefly collection will be available on December 14 from Living Dead Clothing’s website. Don’t let any power in the ‘verse stop you from treating yoself. (Now I’m thinking about a Firefly and Parks and Recreation mash-up. It could work!)

Which item in this collection do you think matches the awesomeness of Jayne’s cunning hat? See more pics in the gallery below and tell me about your top picks in the comments.

Images: Living Dead Clothing

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