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Ugly robot christmas sweaters and other bling for your robot wardrobe

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18 December 2014



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Because you can never get enough of robots we compiled this list of fashion and accessories so you can show off your addiction. Ugly robot christmas sweater, anyone? 

 

t shirts $13.72 – $29.99

 

 

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hoodies $27.99 – $34.95

 

 

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ugly christmas sweaters $25.95 – $29.99

 

 

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women $10.05 – $35.66

 

 

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socks $4.50 – $14.99

 

 

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bling $7.99 – $165.00

 

 

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kids $14.99 – $46.95

 

 

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babies $9.99 – $43.19

 

 

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