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Every Star Wars Fashion Tie-In in the Galaxy

Photo: Hot Topic

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Over the past year, excitement has been building around the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the first new Star Wars movie in a decade. Fans lost their minds over even the smallest of clips from the film and tie-ins have been everywhere, from Coffee-mate to condoms. Clothing companies were not going to miss this chance to cash in on the movie's out-of-this-world popularity.

A number of clothing companies have felt the force awaken — and inspire them to make terrible puns (even worse than that one), plastering them on every available T-shirt. And while there is no shortage of graphic T-shirts, there are also themed dresses, bodysuits, every style of shoe imaginable —€” from flip flops to high heels — hats and beanies, as well as temporary tattoos.

Even ready-to-wear designers couldn't resist hopping over to the dark side with a number of Star Wars-inspired pieces that have been or will be auctioned off for charity.

Take a look below at the collections that are only a click away, but are inspired by a galaxy far, far away.

Old Navy

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Photo: Old Navy

The shining beacon of success for Gap Inc. — you could call it the group's New Hope —€” has a collection of affordable T-shirts and accessories. Tees are printed with large graphics of Star Wars characters and punny phrases like, "A Force to Be Reckoned With."

Uniqlo

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Photo: Uniqlo

Uniqlo can take any theme and somehow pare it down to make it look simplistic and wearable. If you're looking for a collection of Star Wars clothes you might be able to wear long after the new movie premieres, look no further.

Mara Hoffman

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Photo: Mara Hoffman

It's not only affordable fast-fashion retailers that are feeling the force. Designer Mara Hoffman released a collection of designs inspired by the movie franchise that would make any wearer the best dressed, on-theme person at any midnight showing.

Irregular Choice

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Photo: Irregular Choice

You have to admire these shoes for really going for it. The Yoda-heeled shoes, Darth Vader slippers, and Chewbacca Uggs will surely get any diehard fan's blood pumping.

Forever 21

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Photo: Forever 21

A sporty black-and-white collection filled with crop tops, tank tops, leggings, bodysuits, and dresses that printed with minimal Empire and Rebel-themed graphics.

Hot Topic

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Photo: Hot Topic

Did someone say Darth Vader cape dresses? A Star Wars collection is right in Hot Topic's wheelhouse, and the retailer did not disappoint.

CoverGirl

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Photo: CoverGirl via PopSugar

limited-edition collection of metallic lipsticks and nail polish shades, as well as a simple black eyeliner, all in bottles inscribed with iconic Star Wars quotes.

New Era

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Photo: New Era

The next best thing to just straight-up donning a Darth Vader or Stormtrooper helmet is this New Era collection made to look like headgear from the movie.

Rock & Republic

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Photo Rock & Republic

What have all these other Star Wars collections clearly been missing that Rock & Republic has in spades? Just a mess of rhinestones and cut-outs, of course.

Urban Outfitters

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Photo: Urban Outfitters

Star Wars-themed cheeky graphics, all-over print socks, ringer tees, Pez dispensers, and coffee mugs that reject anything but single origins. Enjoy Star Wars, but, like, ironically? Boy, has Urban Outfitters got the collection for you.

J.Crew

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Photo: J.Crew

One of the few legitimately cute collections and it's only for kids. The exception is a T-shirt printed with the phrase "Chewie, We're Home," which, c'mon, spoiler alert, please!

Havaianas

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Photo: Havaianas

These are perfect for when you want to run outside real quick, but also show your love for Star Wars.

Yandy

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Photo: Yandy

As long as nerdy men like Ross Geller from Friends still exist, Princess Leia, sex symbol, will still be a thing. Yandy has a collection of provocative Star Wars pieces that will please every dude three to five years removed from his parent's basement.

Love and Madnesss

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Photo: Love and Madness

At only $10 a piece, these Love and Madness temporary tattoos are a perfect way to get caught up in the Star Wars hysteria without actually getting inked.

Stance

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Photo: Stance

No matter who your favorite Star Wars character is, you can probably find her/him/it printed on a pair of socks from Stance's collection.

Selfridges's "Fashion Finds the Force"

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Photo: Selfridges

High-fashion designers got caught up in the force in a different way. The likes of J.W. Anderson, Christopher Raeburn, and Peter Pilotto created one-of-a-kind Star Wars-inspired pieces for department store Selfridges that were auctioned off to benefit a children's hospital in Britain.

Bloomingdale's Force 4 Fashion

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Photo: Larry Busacca/Getty Images

While bidding on Selfridge's pieces has ended, there's still a chance to get high-fashion Star Wars styles from designers like Diane Von Furstenber, Opening Ceremony, and Rag & Bone through Bloomingdale's auction. The proceeds from this collection will also go to charity, benefitting the Child Mind Institute.

Movie Memorabilia

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Photo: BBC

If none of these collections are good enough for you, you could always shell out around $100k for a piece of movie history like one mega-fan did.