Black Milk launches Mass Effect clothing line

Australia's Black Milk Clothing has launched its range of dresses, swimsuits and leggings based on BioWare's Mass Effect trilogy.

Mass Effect N7 dress.
(Credit: Black Milk Clothing)

Australia's Black Milk Clothing has launched its range of dresses, swimsuits and leggings based on BioWare's Mass Effect trilogy.

Tali'Zorah vas Normandy dress.(Credit: Black Milk Clothing)

Black Milk Clothing, based in Brisbane, is only the coolest women's clothing store ever. If you've never heard of it, you have undoubtedly at least seen its clothes — such as the über-awesome R2-D2 swimsuit or the Game Boy dress.

Now, the geek-centric designer has taken on one of the most popular game franchises in recent years, BioWare's Mass Effect, with a range of dresses, swimsuits and leggings.

There are four lines in the range: N7, bearing the logo and distinctive markings of the Systems Alliance military code; Tali'Zorah, featuring the quarian's image; and First Contact Sucks, Don't Cross Omega's Boss and By the Goddess, patterned with scenarios from the Mass Effect comics by Dark Horse.

The full range is:

  • N7 Dress

  • N7 Swimsuit

  • N7 Wet Look Leggings

  • By The Goddess Leggings

  • First Contact Sucks Dress

  • First Contact Sucks Swimsuit

  • First Contact Sucks Leggings

  • Tali'Zorah vas Normandy Dress

  • Tali'Zorah vas Normandy Swimsuit

  • By The Goddess Swimsuit

  • Don't Cross Omega's Boss Dress

  • Don't Cross Omega's Boss Swimsuit.

Dresses retail for AU$95, swimsuits for AU$100 and leggings for AU$85, plus shipping. Be aware that each piece is made to order, so there may be a little bit of a wait.

Head over to the Black Milk Clothing website to check it out.

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