The Star Wars fever has uncontrollably gone out of hand! Admit it, one morning, you opened your Facebook and you saw Star Wars statuses scattered all over your wall, trailer, versions and even spoilers plastered left and right and what’s more insane is that, it had gone not only on Social media but even offline. Star Wars Swarm, we call it! Yes, Swarm!
We tell you, these are not just regular magazine covers.
Check out this local Bank, BPI. They have used Darth Vader as the Bank punisher who lessons the children to spend their money wisely. Good move, guys! You’ll definitely sway your Star Wars fanatic depositors to save more.
This is a given. 7 eleven, one of the largest convenience store chain in Asia will hop inside the bandwagon by decorating their tumblers with a “limited” –always limited- edition Star Wars printed tumbler.
How about these lippies? Even before the trailer hit youtube, Cover Girl already released their make-up line for the movie installment, so, will you wear one?
Here’s their an-eye-for-an-eye take.
How about this apple pack, need we say more? Perhaps these apples will make you a jedi!
Of course, life wouldn’t be complete if you couldn’t show your support by garbing yourself with Star Wars printed shirt. These are from Uniqlo and they are readily available in the country!
Or you can wear a bathing suit if you want. This one is from Forever 21.
How about these online shops? SALOOMPAH SHOES are hand painted, customized canvass shoes, and they are serving you real good customized STAR WARS pair!
And this spoof shirt that says, JEDI (edi) WOW!
If you’re not satisfied with the customized slipons, you may opt for the heeled ones.
and try completing your look by carrying this backpack.
Sure, even this telco hopped inside the bandwagon
Look how game their CEO! Mr. Ernest Cu of Globe Telecom Philippines!
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