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I am currently on a quest to wear 365 Days of Video Games Fashion. Make sure to follow my journey on Instagram.
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Interview: I am the dot.
Well, I am not as cool as Ellen but I am featured on the DailyDot. Below is a snippet of the article, make sure to read the full interview on their website.
Kaitlin Stewart has worn more outfits this year inspired by The Legend of Zelda than there are levels in the classic video game.
In fact, every day this year the 26-year-old social media manager has worn a different outfit based on her favorite video games, which range from League of Legends and Portal to Tomb Raider. It’s part of a 365-day challenge she’s taken on for her video game fashion blog PwnLove, where she chronicles each item to her followers in hopes of showing them the many options available in the world of video game style.
Order Your Triforce Claddagh Ring
Remember when I posted about the adorable, custom made Zelda inspired ring Claddagh Ring from explodedsoda in February? The designer of the ring, Benjamin Peters, just put the rings up for sale on Shapeways. The rings are available in a variety of materials and colors from colored nylon ($14), stainless steel ($24), silver ($64) and more. Go order one today in the name of friendship, wisdom, courage and power.
New From BustedTees: Visit Columbia & Mario Flower Shop
BustedTees released two new designs based on the popular series Super Mario Bros. and Bioshock. The first is a greeting from the skies features the majestic city of Columbia ($20) t-shirt. I wish the Little Shop of Piranhas T-shirt ($20) was around last week when I put together my Piranha Plant Gear Guide for Top 5 with Lisa Foiles.
T-shirts with a Punch!
OTL Gaming shares, “This series of five shirts ($24 each) are inspired by the classic boxing video game Punch Out. There are five designs: Mike Tyson (who appeared on another 8-bit t-shirt design earlier this month), Bald Bull, Don Flamenco, Soda Popinski and King Hippo!
If you’re in the market for something more athletic in style, Barstool Sports also offers the series in tank top for the same price.”
Kickstarter for 8-Bit Socks
Level up your sock collection with these 8-bit inspired designed by Sammy Icon. The young, Ukraine-based company is hosting a Kickstarter to fund their new designs inspired by classic games including Mario, Duck Hunt and Pac-Man. If you want a pair of these pixely socks then, make sure to back their Kickstarter today.
In honor of new Top 5 with Lisa Foiles episode about Deadliest Plants, I pulled together a bonus guide about one of the most iconic video games plant of all time. The guide includes Top 5 t-shirt, jewelry and misc extras all inspired by the Piranha Plant.