If you are looking for some Star Wars apparel Disney parks have some new pieces to consider.
The popular Her Universe brand has unveiled some new looks at the Disney parks! These designs were made to be a promotion for Galaxy’s Edge according to Ashley Eckstein, founder of Her Universe, designer and voice of Ahsoka Tano in Star Wars.
“I am a huge Star Wars fan and I love showing off my fandom proudly! When designing this collection, we wanted to create the perfect outfit to wear while living your best life on Batuu. Whether it’s drinking blue milk, picking out your perfect lightsaber or flying the Millennium Falcon, everyone wants that wearable souvenir and photo that shows the perfect day at Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge!”
Where can I buy these?
Right now they are in park only, but will be on ShopDisney starting on January 27th.
If you are at Disneyland you can find them at the Star Trader and Launch Bay. If you are in Disney California Adventure they are at Elias & Co. Or in the Downtown Disney District at the World of Disney Store.
If you are in Walt Disney World you find these at Disney’s Hollywood Studios in the Tattoine Traders and Launch Bay stores. The Contemporary Resort has these items at Bayview Gifts. If you are in Downtown Disney you can find them at the Star Wars: Galactic Outpost, the Star Wars: Trading Post and the World of Disney Store.
The Her Universe and Our Universe clothes are quite nice. So those are most likely worth the money.
Side note. This article really pushes Galaxy’s Edge as much as the clothes. The blue milk and $200 lightsabers they promote have mixed reviews. So so your research on the value of the different upcharges before you go. Some of these are more for the experience than the product and that might be really worth it to you! Consider the experience element too when making your decisions about where you spend your money.– From a consumer first standpoint.
Source: Disney Parks Blog
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