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Arcade games may be best known for fun, simple action, with crazy imaginary characters and plots, but never did we think that we'd garner so much style inspiration from said characters. "Wreck-It Ralph" throws a medley of video game characters together and, while we love that Ralph is trying to turn over a new leaf, we may love his overalls even more.
Meanwhile, many of the ladies he encounters evoke images of the now-infamous manic pixie dream girl. Which is to say that they are super-snappy, ultra-feminine dressers. We're talkin' killer printed tights and adorable skirt after adorable skirt.
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Even Vanellope Von Schweetz knows a good hoodie when she sees one, and she knows all about how to fab it up. Element Colbie pullover hoodie, $44.50 on Swell.com, and Vince Camuto mesh skirt, on sale for $62.99 on Zappos.com).
We dare you to rock an all-pink look as well as Taffyta Muttonfudge. But, if you're gonna try, consider this Aqua dress, $202.29 on Asos.com, and pair it with these sweet pink Vans, on sale for $34.97 at Tilly's.
It's your party and you'll dress like a video game cartoon like Candlehead (she's totally the animated answer to TV's Jess Day) if you want to. Try a funky pleated skirt like this one by Vivienne Westwood, $80.41 on Amazon.com, and Hue polka-dot tights, $13.50 at Neiman Marcus.
Wreck-It Ralph reminds us of the early '90s, when printed overalls were all the rage for men and women alike. If you're ready for it (brace yourself), it might just be making a comeback. Left: Free People printed cord romper, $118. Right: Free People chambray floral overall, $118.
Mayor Gene gives the classic cardigan and tie look a metrosexual twist with his sexy purple hues. Top: Dsquared2 cardigan, $590 on Ssense.com, and Calvin Klein steel slim micro orb tie, on sale for $29.99. Bottom: Rugby Ralph Lauren large "R" varsity cardigan, on sale for $79.99, and Calvin Klein steel mini check tie, on sale for $29.99.
M. Bison is no hero, so don't let his cape fool you, but if you want to channel his signature look, go for this Calvin Klein belted cape, on sale for $118.90 at Nordstrom, and either the Eddie Borgo Safety Chain cuff (top), $341.92 on Farfetch.com, or the Express wave cuff bracelet (bottom), $16.90.
Video games, like "Wreck-It Ralph" are often nothing short of art. See for yourself in these two (holiday gift-friendly) tomes. "The Art of Video Games: From Pac-Man to Mass Effect," by Chris Melissinos, Patrick O'Rourke and Mike Mika, $26.40 on Amazon. "The Art of Wreck-It Ralph," by Maggie Malone and Jennifer Lee, $26.40 on Amazon.
Feelin' a little Saturday Fix-It Felix yourself? Here's what you'll need: Lands' End Oxford dress shirt, $25, Levi's 511 skinny jeans, on sale for $98, and Timberland Classic Chukka boots, $135.
Rancis Fluggerbutter throws us some major attitude in her track jacket. If you need one to match your rockin' 'tude, check out this American Apparel fleece track jacket, $44.
You don't have to be a tough guy like Neff to rock a killer gold cuff. From left to right: CC Skye Chevron cuff available at Shopbop.com, $137, Forever 21 classic filigree cuff, $5.80, Urban Outfitters hammered large cuff bracelet, $34, Forever 21 geo cutout cuff, $5.80, Urban Outfitters etched gold cuff bracelet, on sale for $24.99, Mango embossed metallic cuff, $19.99.
Get your "Wreck-It Ralph" toy on with Disney's Vanellope Von Schweetz talking doll, $24.50, and Funko Pop! Wreck-It Ralph vinyl figure, $12.50.
What would "Wreck-It Ralph" be without a game? Activision has you covered with the real deal for Wii, $29.99 at Amazon.