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Beam Up the New Star Trek Fashion Line from ThinkGeek and Her Universe

Beam Up the New Star Trek Fashion Line from ThinkGeek and Her Universe

Geeky clothes are great. It’s awesome to have something that you can wear to show your love for your favorite fandom. The only problem is that the more feminine-leaning geek-wear isn’t always the cutest on the planet. Ashley Eckstein saw that huge gap in the market, and created Her Universe, a fashion company to provide geeky and fashionable clothing for geek girls everywhere. Her Universe has exploded since it first hit the scene in ’09, and now the company has partnered up with ThinkGeek to bring us a fashion line that will compel us all to just toss our wallets at our computer screens.

To celebrate the Star Trek 50th anniversary, the two geek product powerhouses have created a fashion line to celebrate the ground-breaking sci-fi series that would make Lieutenant Uhura and Vice Admiral Janeway proud. And before you make a grumbly comment about how you can never let your geek flag fly at work, fear not, this line is perfect for everyday wear, parties, and even the office.

Take a peek at the gallery below to check out some of the awesome styles in this collection, and check out the full line over at ThinkGeek. But be warned, once you start looking, get ready to shout “SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY.” From the Star Trek blazer to the Tribble-inspired coat (yep, I said Tribble-inspired coat), there is a lot to love here. Seriously, you’re gonna have a pretty full wishlist. But hey, at least the holidays are coming up, right?

What are your favorite pieces from the new line? Where will you wear your new Star Trek gear? Tell us your outfit plans in the comments!

Image credits: Her Universe/ThinkGeek

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