Geek Gear World of Wizardry Wearables is a Harry Potter themed box with only wearable items. When you sign up, let them know which house you’re in, and they’ll take care of the rest, delivering a box of magical items to you every month! WoW has multiple subscriptions – if you’re looking for the shirt subscription, be sure to select “Wearables” at checkout!
The World of Wizardry Wearables had a revamp! No longer just shirts, you’ll also receive hoodies, jumpers, jewelry, hats, socks, scarves and more for the same price!
The wearables came protectively wrapped in blue tissue paper.
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A tri-fold pamphlet is included, which gives more information about this month’s box contents.
It gives you a full list of all the wearables in your box.
I don’t even think this full-color multi-page booklet is necessary because the items really do speak for themselves, but it’s nice to see the variations when they have them. A flat card would suffice!
Everything in my box!
Wizardry House Beanie (£11.99) Colder months are fast approaching, so we need snuggly wearables like this beanie. It’s a House-particular item, and we got it in Hufflepuff as it features a yellow Quidditch robe and some broomsticks!
Wizardry Potion T-Shirt (£11.99) Potions is a core class in Wizarding Schools. In this subject, students are taught how to correctly brew potions by following specific recipes and using various magical ingredients. The black shirt shows something special is brewing!
The print features a bubbling cauldron while there’s a bunch of empty-looking phials…
…that actually show their contents when you turn off the lights. Yes, another glow-in-the-dark shirt! Even the liquid on top of the cauldron glows!
Snake T-Shirt (£9.99) I bet the snake on this shirt is none other than the Dark Lord’s pet snake, Nagini (which is a hot topic nowadays)… And this gray shirt is showing her coiled around Tom Riddle’s wand!
Tom Riddle’s (or later on, Voldemort’s) wand is also made by Ollivander, and known as the brother of Harry’s wand. It is made of Yew and has a Phoenix feather core (while Harry’s is made of Holly with the same core), and measures 13 1/2″ in length. The handle looks like it was carved from a bone and appears to look like a hook.
Long Sleeves Wands T-Shirt (£14.99) Speaking of wands, we got another wearable that shows more of it! I love how they presented each one in an inclusive rainbow, letting kids show their love for Harry Potter and the Wizarding World’s inclusivity. It’s a fun and comfy long-sleeved shirt, which is also nice to have in preparation for the coming chilly months!
A true Potterhead can recognize which wand belongs to who. I can tell that the wands belong to (from top to bottom) Ginny, Ron, Professor Dumbledore (it’s the Elder wand!), Luna, Hermione, and the last is Professor Snape’s. I am not seeing Harry’s but that’s a good-looking wand too! Among these, I love how chic Luna’s wand looks, and how elegant Snape’s is.
The beasts are coming next month! Are you ready?
Geek Gear WoW Wearables box never disappoints when it comes to fun wizarding apparel. I am also digging the glow-in-the-dark shirt series, and I love this month’s Potions-inspired one! The beanie and long sleeve shirt is the perfect pair for the coming months, so no worries staying outside when the wind becomes colder. The Dark Lord’s Snake and Wand shirt are also great. I love how the makers get more artistic with every wearable they’re sending, and I also love the fact that it’s easy to manipulate my subscription on their website, like switching sizes, or even subscription boxes!
What do you think of this month’s Geek Gear World of Wizardry Wearables selections?