There are many ways to channel your inner Geralt of Rivia. You could grunt, curse, or slay, just to name a few option. Now you can also show off your fandom with clothing and accessories inspired by the hit Netflix show. BlackMilk just dropped everything from dresses, leggings, robes, capes, and more to help you give White Wolf vibes wherever you go. The 32-piece collection also includes apperal and accessories inspired by Yennefer of Vengerberg, Ciri of Cintra, and Triss Merigold. So go ahead and toss a coin to this enchanting Witcher collection, which ranges from $45-120. Maybe you’ll even catch the attention of your very own demon-slaying dreamboat or silver-tongued bard.
Whether you’re looking for something called a sorceress strapped up maxi dress, warrior harness, or basilisk overalls, BlackMilk’s Witcher collection has something for everyone. The “School of the Wolf” print shows off Geralt’s symbol and swords. The bomber jacket (pictured below, on the left) also includes the Medallion Tree at Kaer Morhen that honors fallen witchers. There’s also the beautiful “Continent Map” print with symbols from each episode of the first season (below, on the right). There’s even a few pieces left from last year’s clothes based on the video game. Every item is a limited edition and may sell out fast and destined never to return.
BlackMilk also has clothing and accessories collections for Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Matrix, and Stranger Things, among other geeky gear. We’ll have to check back to see if the company decides to update this collection with Liam Hemsworth’s face once season four substitutes him in as the White Wolf. Even though the prequel series isn’t even out yet, we’re confident that we would also love outfits inspired by Michelle Yeoh’s character in the upcoming show The Witcher: Blood Origin.
Melissa is Nerdist’s science & technology staff writer. She also moderates “science of” panels at conventions and co-hosts Star Warsologies, a podcast about science and Star Wars. Follow her on Twitter @melissatruth.