Posted by specialK March 06, 2013

I love Black Milk clothing! They make THEE absolute best leggings for nerdy girls all over the world! Star Wars, Video Games, Graffiti, and fine art have all been immortalized in the nylon of Black Milk's clothing! They fit great & are super shiny, comfortable and every girl wants them. My love affair with Black Milk started when I picked up a pair of the Red Galaxy Leggings & I was hooked. Just when I thought Black Milk couldn't get any better they release a MIDDLE EARTH line to commemorate the release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey. Full of drama, monsters, Gandalf, The Witch King, Elves, The Men of Dunharrow and tons of color this line of leggings, bathing suits & dresses is awesome! I picked up the Witch King leggings for 2 reasons - 1: because I'm evil like that & 2: it's so cool to have the undead riding a Fell Beast across my legs! Black Milk's Star Wars line is just as amazing as the Middle Earth collection and Erica has her eye one of the R2D2 dresses. You can check out both Black Milk's Star Wars & Middle Earth collections as well as all of their other wonderful items on Black Milk's website


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