A trip to Hot Topic is in your near future because the hip mall retailer has just unleashed a fashion collection inspired by the new ‘Alice Through The Looking Glass’ movie. We’re telling you all about it here!
Hot Topic has made a genius creative move with its new Alice Through The Looking Class collection. Besides a timeless storyline, the movie is a Victorian-steampunk-gothic fashion lover’s dream! Find out how to get your hands on every stunning piece below!
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Bring on the pinstripes, embroidery and waistcoats! Hot Topic just announced that it’s releasing an 8-piece clothing line inspired by Disney‘s sequel to the Tim Burton-directed Alice in Wonderland movie. The pieces are inspired by our favorite characters from Lewis Caroll’s beloved tale. There’s the Alice Tea Party Dress, a beautiful blue dress with a buttoned bodice and printed with clocks and mini Chesire cats.
There’s also Alice’s Adventure Dress, one epic Mad Hatter Waist Vest and our favorite — a luxurious red dress with a velvet corset and a jacquard skirt. Shop the Red Queen dress for $79.50 right here!
Hot Topic Alice Through The Looking Glass Collection — Pre-Order It Now
The fashion fantasy doesn’t stop there! “We are more than excited that, for the first time ever, we have three pieces especially for our guy customer,” said Cindy Levitt, Hot Topic‘s Senior Vice President of Merchandising and Marketing. That means guys and gals can get their Wonderland swag on together. Can you say #couplesgoals?
Unfortunately, the line isn’t officially available in stores and online until May 17. But in the meantime, satisfy your Alice craving by pre-ordering the collection at Hottopic.com and shopping more merchandise from the movie on Amazon!
HollywoodLifers, are you excited about Hot Topic‘s fantasy-filled collection?