Not only does this dress feature a map of Middle earth on it but also has exquisite Elvish lettering on the belt, and hem (that is the right word isn’t it? I don’t know much about the anatomy of dresses) The matching handbag and the Elvish Llorian leaf brooch just show an amazing attention to detail.
Via Geeks are Sexy
This home made Tron inspired dress by LJinto on flickr is nothing short of inspiring.
Electro luminescent wire and tape put to good use I think…
Is Quorra a Disney princess?
I was sent the above image by @james_a_craig but I’ve not had a chance to hunt down the source, luckilly for me Cory Doctorow from Boing Boing also found it so I haven’t had to hunt it down.
The girl modeling the dress has her own Facebook page as Tardis Princess and the photographer resposible is jere7my thor?rpe.
Here is another picture of it closed over:
These leggings with the blueprints for the Tardis would go rather well with this Tardis Dress both are sold by GeekyU1 on Etsy.
They also sell this “R2D2 Inspired” dress. There you go that’s next Halloween sorted for you… Why does no one make this kind of thing for guys…
I’ll try not to post any more dresses today, I seem to post a few too many for my liking but I had to post this comic strip dress from ModCloth if only to give me a reason to post these leggings from BlackMilk Which unsurprisingly for BlackMilk don’t actually appear on their website:
I’m honestly just trying to whittle down my “To Blog” queue during my lunch break …
I have an almost Jughead/Wimpy level obsession with cheeseburgers so when I saw this I had to post it.
Hamburger Dress, August 2005.
Assorted fibers, nylon, crocheted and sewn.
Via Joy Kampia
I don’t normally post dresses that aren’t in some way shape or form geeky but this one is pretty cool. I found on Pinterest which lead me to Dress A Day but that article seems to have gone walkies as it’s 404’d on me, luckily Style Pantry still has it. The dress is by Luly Yang (Website plays music…)
God only knows I’ve posted enough TARDIS Dresses on this blog, so when I saw this on Boing Boing I had to share it. Somevelvetmorning has posted the dress and her work in progress photos to Imgur (Gallery embedded below)
This dress designed by Dutch duo Michiel Schuurman and Berber
Soepboer allows you to Color-In your dress to suit your fashion needs.
Sadly the dress was announced in 2009 and there were only 50 to be made at the time do I doubt you will be able to get your hands on one.
Via Color By Numbers
This Green Lantern Dress by Grafik Fashion is pretty cool no?