Black Milk Reveal New Super Mario & Animal Crossing Clothing Line

Have you ever wished that you could show your Nintendo pride in what you wear? Then this clothing line might be the one for you. Australian clothing designer Black Milk has partnered with Nintendo, releasing outfits featuring characters and designs from popular titles, including Super Mario and Animal Crossing: New Horizons.

The Super Mario gear, which was first hinted at during Nintendo’s Super Mario 35th Anniversary Direct, is currently available for pre-order via the official Black Milk website to help celebrate Mario’s birthday. It features shirts, pants, jackets, dresses and more with designs displaying classic characters, such as Mario, Yoshi, Bowser and Princess Peach, as well as iconic symbols, including mushrooms and stars. Of course, you can even grab your very own pair of overalls inspired by the ones Mario himself wears.

Mario Clothes
The clothing line includes jackets, featuring characters from the Super Mario series


Meanwhile, the Animal Crossing: New Horizons collection will officially launch later this month. However, Black Milk has released a “look book” showing off a few of the designs which will be available for purchase when the gear goes live. Options include apron dresses featuring Isabelle, Timmy and Tommy, villager-print leggings and tee shirts, and several spring-themed dresses decorated with Animal Crossing’s familiar leaf symbol. No word has yet been released regarding whether or not these outfits will be released in-game as well, but that would fit into the already clothing-centric New Horizons.

If past Nintendo clothing lines are anything to go by, anyone wanting to make a purchase may want to pre-order. A Black Milk/Nintendo collaboration – a line of clothing inspired by the Pokémon franchise – reportedly sold out within fifteen minutes of its initial release.

Will you be strutting your stuff in Nintendo style? Which of these pieces are must-haves that you will be adding to your fashion collection this month? Let us know!

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