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Dress Like Wil Wheaton: Hyperion T-shirt
Versace Jeans & Video Games
Versace Jeans introduced a new line of high-end t-shirts inspired by the 80’s. You don’t normally associate Versace with arcade games but I was thrilled to see this Galaga inspired t-shirt ($175) in the collection. Why shouldn’t luxury brands and gaming rub elbows? I hope we’ll see more collaborations between studios and clothing brands this year.
ROMWE Leggings: Pac-Man, Angry Bird and Mario, oh my!
ROMWE is holding a sale until May 17th where you can get some awesome gaming leggings for $19.99. They have over 300+ leggings including some gaming favorites including Pac-Man, Angry Birds, Super Mario and a “starfish” that looks a lot like a white Power Star.
The sizes look a bit small so make sure to check the size chart carefully before ordering.
Portal: Aperture Logo Wallet
Stash your hard earned cash from being a test subject in an official Aperture wallet ($29.99) from J!NX. The wallet has plenty of card holders and the test chamber sign interiors can remind you of all the good times that you had at Aperture. I’m still waiting on my paycheck, Aperture. I know the cake is a lie but seriously, you owe me some hard earned money.