You might have a pretty extensive collection of gaming t-shirts, but there are tons of other ways to work gaming into your personal style. From custom made jewelry to sweet socks to gamer-approved undergarments, you’ve got a lot of options to choose from. You can go subtle with a small accessory or deck yourself out in gamer gear from head to toe.
Converse x Super Mario Chuck Taylor Sneakers
Converse Japan collaborated with Nintendo to create these “One Star” Chuck Taylor Sneakers featuring Mario and the super star icon. Getting your hands on these can be tricky however since they’re from Japan.
Geeky Vuitton T-Shirt
Not to knock gaming t-shirts, but the Geek Chic “Geeky Vuitton” print from threadless blends in a bit more with a high fashion crowd while kind of poking fun of them at the same time.
Mario Piranha Plant Earrings
While Mario fans typically avoid piranha plants, these earrings are too cute to jump over.
Nintendo Controller Bra
This custom made NES Controller Bra is for experienced players only. No button mashers please.
Arcade Coin Drop Belt Buckle
This belt buckle is made from a real recycled arcade part and actually lights up.
Hand-Painted Super Mario Wayfarers
These hand painted wayfarer sunglasses feature artwork straight out of Super Mario Bros along the sides of the frames.
Penny Arcade First Party Controller Neckties
Penny Arcade brings a little bit of class and sophistication to the gamer’s wardrobe with First Party neckties. Each one is handmade from 100% silk and features a small controller icon.
Penny Arcade Jacket
Another stylish item from Penny Arcade, the jacket features the First Party logo over a Napoleon pocket.
Life Bar Necklaces
While the real world lacks a heads-up display, you can bring in some elements of one to your life. Glowing Life Bar Necklaces display your vitality… presumably so you know when to drink more potions.
Zelda Triforce Backpack
This is the ideal backpack for storing your boomerang, slingshot, bombs, hookshot, and bottles full of fairies. Or you know, books, clothes, and the cord for your DS.
Mario Warp Pipe Socks
They may not let you skip to world 3, but these Mario Warp Pipe socks let you 1-up other gamers’ in terms of style.
Companion Cube Women’s Briefs
These women’s briefs are designed to look like the Weighted Companion Cube, the object of your affection while at the Aperture Science testing facility in Portal.
Mass Effect N7 Armour Stripe Sneakers
While you wouldn’t expect Shepard to wear sneakers, if he or she did, it would obviously be this pair.
Custom Playstation Button Plugs
These handmade Playstation plugs by Marcus Hermansson might compel your friends to start pressing your ears, but they’re so awesome you probably wouldn’t even care.
Space Invaders Argyle Shirt
At first glance this seems like a typical argyle sweater, but the pattern is being destroyed by the defending tank from Space Invaders.
Aperture Laboratories Messenger Bag
The perfect bag for storing stuff like cake and neat guns made for the people who are still alive.
Princess Zelda Apron
If you want to cosplay in the kitchen, this Princess Zelda apron makes the perfect accessory.
Mass Effect N7 Leggings
These aren’t exactly battle ready, but they’re the most comfortable way to rock that N7 armor look.
Super Mario Level Skirt
This handmade skirt lets you add some old school, nostalgic vibes to your wardrobe while still managing to look feminine and cute.
Assassin’s Creed Jacket
This incredible custom made hooded jacket is inspired by the game Assassin’s Creed, but with a more modern flair.
Have you come across any cool video game fashion accessories? Tell us in the comments.
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Jenni Chasteen is a graphic artist and blogger who works full time for Dartboard Media editing and writing for Incredible Things. She’s passionate about art and pop culture and enjoys following the latest trends in social media and technology. When she’s not online she’s usually reading, drawing or gaming.