A Nintendo-inspired fashion line at Bloomingdale's is the perfect power-up for your closet

A Nintendo-inspired fashion line at Bloomingdale's is the perfect power-up for your closet
Bloomgindale’s has teamed up with designers like Kenneth Cole, Rebecca Minkoff, and more to create an exclusive Nintendo line.

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One of the best parts of the Nintendo Switch’s smash hit Super Mario Odyssey was dressing Mario in a seemingly endless amount of outfits. You could hunt for Power Moons as a Samurai, a skeleton, or even while wearing a wedding dress with a scuba mask. The only thing that could make the game more perfect is if we could add this exciting new Nintendo-inspired fashion line from Bloomingdale’s to Mario’s wardrobe. We’re pretty pumped just to wear it ourselves, though.

Started in celebration of Mario Day on March 10 (Mar. 10, get it?), this special collaboration captures the world of Nintendo with stylish new clothing from a variety of different designers, including Kenneth Cole, Rebecca Minkoff, Herschel Supply Co., Zac Posen, and more.  From bathing suits to shirts to purses and beyond, this new line of apparel is a great way to merge your classic gaming obsession with your personal style.

The collaboration comes as part of Bloomingdale’s Let’s Play campaign, which celebrates retro gaming in its fashion lines. Each of the products featured are exclusive to Bloomingdale’s, so scoop up your favorites before they’re gone.

Check out some of our picks below and see the entire Nintendo fashion line at Bloomingdale’s here.

Have a heart.

Have a heart.

Image: Kenneth Cole

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Wear your heart on your shoes instead of your sleeves. These stylish sneakers are decorated with pixel hearts and will run you $140.


Image: Kenneth Kole

Finish that stage in style.

Finish that stage in style.

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Feeling invincible?

Feeling invincible?

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This collection has got you covered from the chest up. Bricktown’s line features stylish shirts and caps emblazoned with Super Mario World characters. You can deck yourself out with a  Mario victory pose shirt ($75), a Star cap ($80), or a Venus Fly Trap Crewneck Sweatshirt ($185) — aka a Piranha Plant crewneck sweatshirt).  


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Back to basics.

Back to basics.

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Need a power-up?

Need a power-up?

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If you’re in the market for more business casual fashion, then you can’t go wrong with the decorative button-downs from Gitman Vintage. 

These shirts come with epic Mario prints that are subtle enough to fit into office life. You can get a shirt covered with Mario’s baddies from Super Mario Bros. ($195) or one decorated with Super Mario World power-ups ($195.)


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One powerful-looking pouch.

One powerful-looking pouch.

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Peach can hold onto your stuff for you.

Peach can hold onto your stuff for you.

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Clothes and apparel aren’t the only things getting a power-up. Herschel Supply Co. has bags and wearable accessories complete with Mario-themed flair.

Keep your stuff handy in a camo pouch ($45) that’s decorated with Super Mushrooms, coins, 1-ups, and Stars straight from Super Mario World. You could also have Princess Peach hold onto your stuff in this backpack with a Princess Peach patch ($60.) Just make sure Peach doesn’t get captured again when she’s holding onto your stuff.


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Game on, Garth.

Game on, Garth.

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Bring the finish line with you.

Bring the finish line with you.

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Gamers can still get their fashion fix from Aqua’s slick-looking line of geeky-looking apparel, without being too obvious about it.

The embroidered “Game On” sweater ($78) features a pixelated heart while these checkerboard Lace-Up Sneakers ($79) have a certain Mario Kart finish line flair.


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It's time to jump up in the air.

It’s time to jump up in the air.

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Vroom vroom.

Vroom vroom.

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Be prepared when summer hits with Original Penguin’s collection of Mario-themed swim trunks

From the pixelated plumber jumping across the sky on this blue-striped bathing suit ($79) to Bowser and his Goomba underlings on this black and white pair ($79), there are plenty of stylish ways to get your geek on at the beach.


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Power up.

Power up.

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The true Super Mario brothers.

The true Super Mario brothers.

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The Power Mushroom Sweater ($79) by Barney Cools might be our favorite look from the entire line. And because green Mario also needs some love, the Super Mario Kart hoodie ($79) features Mario and his brother Luigi on either shoulder. (Year of Luigi forever)


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Image: Rebecca Minkoff

Image: Rebecca Minkoff

Feeling super? Rebecca Minkoff will make sure you do with this exclusive “Super” sweatshirt ($88). The distinct and stylish rainbow lines will make feel like you’re hopped up on a Super Star.


Image: Rebecca Minkoff

Protect your phone with a bit of nostalgia.

Protect your phone with a bit of nostalgia.

Image: Skinnydip London

Your water is Blooper-free. Probably.

Your water is Blooper-free. Probably.

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You can also shop tons of Nintendo-themed accessories.

Feeling thirsty? Equip yourself with a Mario water bottle by S’Well ($42) to stay hydrated on the go, or protect your phone with this pretty and pink iPhone 7/8 case by Skinnydip London ($28) that’s designed almost like the classic Game Boy.


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