Ten years since Episode III: Revenge of the Sith (2005) was released, and I think I’m one of the only people who didn’t go to a midnight release!
But what do you get an avid Star Wars fan for Christmas – and I’m not just talking the kids?
Fear not, there’s something for everyone out there!
Everyone loves a good Christmas jumper. (You can try to deny it all you want, we all know you’ve got one hidden in your wardrobe somewhere!)
From Darth Vader, to Yoda. Stormtroopers to The Death Star – there’s every design you could ever want!
My favourite is the Darth Vader one though, certainly a way to ensure you’re at the head of the Christmas table come dinnertime!
(Jumper featured from Merchoid.com – Click on image to enlarge!)
If I could find this in an adult size – this would be my PERFECT Christmas present!
If the novelty onesie isn’t your cup of tea, then this is the next best thing to release your Dark Side after ever a long hard day at work!
Who doesn’t want to walk around the house in their best Darth Vader costume!?
(Dressing gown featured from marksandspencer.com – Click on image to enlarge!)
There’s something about a novelty bauble (I would know – I’ve already bought Anna, Else & Olaf decorations as a present!)
Even if it’s only the one bauble, it’s a great way of adding a personal, quirky touch to your Christmas tree.
This is a great present for both the younger (and not-so-young) Star Wars fans!
(Stormtrooper bauble featured at disneystore.co.uk – Click on image to enlarge!)
Now it’s time for the big one – the toys!
If you didn’t have a lightsaber as a child, I’m sorry to say but you missed out!
Hours of fun can be had training to be a Jedi master, or the next super-villain both solo or with a friend in a duel.
Granted, they don’t come cheap but the look on the face of the next Jedi master getting their very first lightsabre is something not to be missed out on!
(Lightsabre featured at amazon.com – Click on image to enlarge!)
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