Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. In honor of Force Friday on Sept. 1, Target has released a line of fashion-forward, Star Wars themed clothing. The collection of T-shirts and accessories feature the classic Star Wars logo and characters, with many playing off the 70s vibe of the original three flicks. Pop a collared shirt under this and you could almost get away with wearing it to the office. Otherwise, this crewneck sweatshirt is just begging to become your Saturday staple this fall.
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