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Star Wars: The Force Awakens is on track to be the biggest film in the franchise — pre-ticket sales have already garnered $50 million nationwide. And here in New York, excitement has reached epic levels (and not just in the lines that have been growing outside of movie theaters for weeks now).

In addition to things like limited-edition ice cream flavors at Brooklyn's Ample Hills, lightsaber-wielding classes with New York Jedi, and a Star Wars-themed trivia night at places like Think Coffee and the East Village's Ace Bar, fashion's getting in on the action with collections that pay homage to the series — and luckily, they're not lightyears away.

Keep scrolling to find 14 places in New York City that are currently offering Star Wars-themed goods, running the style gamut from graphic tee-shirts and lipsticks to coffee creamers and Pez dispensers. Check out our north-to-south rundown below.

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Hot Topic

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Show up to tonight’s midnight premiere wearing a Boba Fett bomber jacket ($41.65), a Darth Vader cape dress ($45.15, below) or a Princess Leia dress ($48.65) courtesy of Hot Topic’s Star Wars collection with Her Universe. Bonus: everything is priced under $100.

Urban Outfitters

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Leave it to Urban Outfitters to create the ultimate Star Wars collection that’s full of graphic tee-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, a Darth Vader toaster, Pez dispensers, and even Yoda and Darth Vader nutcrackers to add a little holiday cheer to your fandom.

Bloomingdale's

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The force is certainly with Bloomingdale’s and its fashionable contributions to all of the Star Wars hype. Shoppers will step past the flagship’s windows displaying 11 ready-to-wear designer looks (courtesy of fashion heavyweights like Diane von Furstenberg, Cynthia Rowley, Giles Halston, and Opening Ceremony) to find a themed pop-up shop will movie-related merchandise. Carry your goodies home in one of Star Wars costume designer Michael Kaplan’s three limited-edition reusable “little brown bags” ($28) inspired by the film, and $2 from each sale will go to the Child Mind Institute.

UGG Australia

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Slip your feet into shoes inspired by Han Solo, Chewbacca (seriously, these slippers are genius), and the Millennium Falcon with intricate stitching and galaxy-inspired designs.
Women will definitely be tempted to shop in the men’s department for this particular collection unless they want to be relegated to just a selection of slippers ($14.90). Available for the men and boys, however, are parkas ($39.50), graphic tee-shirts ($19.90), and hoodies ($39.90).

J. Crew

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J. Crew’s offering of Star Wars merchandise varies from children’s bedding ($90) to electronic lightsabers ($34.50) and temporary tattoos ($15), but the real winner here is the ‘Chewie We're Home’ tee-shirt ($45).
Casually display your love for Star Wars: The Force Awakens with New Era’s collection of knit and snapback hats featuring some of the saga’s more notable characters and battle scenes, all priced under $50.

Toys"R"Us

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Toys 'R' Us is your source for everything fun, offering video game controllers ($26.50), figurines ($17.99), talking Yodas ($24.99), Star Wars editions of Sorry! ($19.99), Monopoly ($24.99), Battleship ($19.99), and Operation ($23.99), as well as a kitchen timer R2D2 ($14.99).

Havaianas

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Considering that it’s still warm enough in New York City to actually wear flip flops — winter, where are you? — no one can blame you for wearing your Star Wars-branded Havaianas ($26) not just to the bodega but also to the theater today, too.

Kay Jewelers

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Use your jewelry to either ‘align yourself with the light side’ or ‘embrace the power of the dark side’ with Kay’s limited-edition holiday 2015 collection of charm bracelets, rings, earrings, and necklaces.

Forever 21

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The fast fashion retailer isn’t just giving fans graphic tee-shirts — there’s also crop tops, body suits, metallic pullovers, and pajama jumpsuits in their collection to celebrate the movie’s release.

Old Navy

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Old Navy’s collection of graphic tee-shirts is definitely a force to be reckoned with, since's a selection for the entire family. Prices start at $8, so at the very least you can buy a couple that can double as workout tops.

Stance Socks

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The NBA’s official on-court basketball sock brand just released a special Star Wars sock in honor of movie in its first official store. Slide your feet into socks featuring characters like Yoda, Stormtroopers, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia.

Duane Reade

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Covergirl created shimmery lipsticks, nail polishes, and mascaras with names like Driod, Jedi, and Dark Apprentice in tubes that feature quotes from the movies — a conversation starter if we’ve ever heard one. Pick up one of Coffee-Mate's limited-edition flavors like Chewbacca Spiced Latte and Darth Vader Espresso Chocolate while you’re there.

Hot Topic

Show up to tonight’s midnight premiere wearing a Boba Fett bomber jacket ($41.65), a Darth Vader cape dress ($45.15, below) or a Princess Leia dress ($48.65) courtesy of Hot Topic’s Star Wars collection with Her Universe. Bonus: everything is priced under $100.

Urban Outfitters

Leave it to Urban Outfitters to create the ultimate Star Wars collection that’s full of graphic tee-shirts, sweatshirts, mugs, a Darth Vader toaster, Pez dispensers, and even Yoda and Darth Vader nutcrackers to add a little holiday cheer to your fandom.

Bloomingdale's

The force is certainly with Bloomingdale’s and its fashionable contributions to all of the Star Wars hype. Shoppers will step past the flagship’s windows displaying 11 ready-to-wear designer looks (courtesy of fashion heavyweights like Diane von Furstenberg, Cynthia Rowley, Giles Halston, and Opening Ceremony) to find a themed pop-up shop will movie-related merchandise. Carry your goodies home in one of Star Wars costume designer Michael Kaplan’s three limited-edition reusable “little brown bags” ($28) inspired by the film, and $2 from each sale will go to the Child Mind Institute.

UGG Australia

Slip your feet into shoes inspired by Han Solo, Chewbacca (seriously, these slippers are genius), and the Millennium Falcon with intricate stitching and galaxy-inspired designs.

Uniqlo

Women will definitely be tempted to shop in the men’s department for this particular collection unless they want to be relegated to just a selection of slippers ($14.90). Available for the men and boys, however, are parkas ($39.50), graphic tee-shirts ($19.90), and hoodies ($39.90).

J. Crew

J. Crew’s offering of Star Wars merchandise varies from children’s bedding ($90) to electronic lightsabers ($34.50) and temporary tattoos ($15), but the real winner here is the ‘Chewie We're Home’ tee-shirt ($45).

Lids

Casually display your love for Star Wars: The Force Awakens with New Era’s collection of knit and snapback hats featuring some of the saga’s more notable characters and battle scenes, all priced under $50.

Toys"R"Us

Toys 'R' Us is your source for everything fun, offering video game controllers ($26.50), figurines ($17.99), talking Yodas ($24.99), Star Wars editions of Sorry! ($19.99), Monopoly ($24.99), Battleship ($19.99), and Operation ($23.99), as well as a kitchen timer R2D2 ($14.99).

Havaianas

Considering that it’s still warm enough in New York City to actually wear flip flops — winter, where are you? — no one can blame you for wearing your Star Wars-branded Havaianas ($26) not just to the bodega but also to the theater today, too.

Kay Jewelers

Use your jewelry to either ‘align yourself with the light side’ or ‘embrace the power of the dark side’ with Kay’s limited-edition holiday 2015 collection of charm bracelets, rings, earrings, and necklaces.

Forever 21

The fast fashion retailer isn’t just giving fans graphic tee-shirts — there’s also crop tops, body suits, metallic pullovers, and pajama jumpsuits in their collection to celebrate the movie’s release.

Old Navy

Old Navy’s collection of graphic tee-shirts is definitely a force to be reckoned with, since's a selection for the entire family. Prices start at $8, so at the very least you can buy a couple that can double as workout tops.

Stance Socks

The NBA’s official on-court basketball sock brand just released a special Star Wars sock in honor of movie in its first official store. Slide your feet into socks featuring characters like Yoda, Stormtroopers, Chewbacca, and Princess Leia.

Duane Reade

Covergirl created shimmery lipsticks, nail polishes, and mascaras with names like Driod, Jedi, and Dark Apprentice in tubes that feature quotes from the movies — a conversation starter if we’ve ever heard one. Pick up one of Coffee-Mate's limited-edition flavors like Chewbacca Spiced Latte and Darth Vader Espresso Chocolate while you’re there.