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1.Hot Topic isn't just the go-to mall store of your emo kid days. Now it's the go-to for licensed HP merch as unique as queen Lovegood herself, including fashion that goes wayyyy beyond tees — I'm talking dresses, swimsuits, and shoes that are stylish enough for the Muggle world.
2.Etsy is pretty much like the IRL Diagon Alley or Hogsmeade, since it's a magical place full of everything you could ever want — from jewelry to pins to stickers to home goods — usually made by talented fans themselves!
3.Box Lunch, which not only stocks licensed tees, bags, and home and office goodies you won't find anywhere else, but also donates to hunger-fighting charities that'd probably make Hermione proud.
4.Barnes & Noble is more than the Muggle version of Flourish and Blotts. Of course they're a great place to get books, but their selection of toys and collectibles is really what makes them a Potterhead paradise.
5.Amazon, we all know, is the place you can find pretty much everything you'd ever want or need with a simple Summoning Charm...err, search. Naturally that's the case for Potter merch, too.
6.WB Shop has official merch for Harry Potter and Fantastic Beasts that goes far above beyond the basic logo tees and robes you see everywhere. Wands, PopSockets, games, clothes...consider this a fan's Room of Requirement.
7.Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, and Pottery Barn Teen all have an exclusive Potter-themed collection of luxe bedding, decor, kitchenware, and accessories that seems to come straight of your wildest dreams. If you can't actually live at Hogwarts, this may be the next best thing.
8.Alex and Ani has an amazing collection of Harry Potter jewelry, and I'm (pretty) sure none of them are cursed or actually Horcruxes.
9.Target has toys clothes, toys housewares, and of course books and movies. But most importantly, they clearly speak Potterheads' language — shop for products curated by your Hogwarts house!
10.Williams-Sonoma for fantastical cooking tools and sweet treats you'll think Dobby delivered straight from the Hogwarts kitchens.
11.Boden has an unbelievably adorable line of Harry Potter kids' clothes that honestly makes me mad enough to inflate Aunt Marge every time I see it — why can't they make this perfection in adult sizes???
12.Kohl's has a surprisingly wide selection of HP tees and other apparel for both adults and kids so you can get everything on your back-to-Hogwarts shopping list.
13.Redbubble is a perfect destination for fan-made designs, most of which are available on tons of products, from tees to stickers to phone cases to notebooks to pillows. Get ready to ~transfigure~ your whole life into geek heaven.
14.Australian brand BlackMilk makes sexy and on-trend Hogwarts-themed gear that's known amongst fashionable fans for selling out quickly when they drop a bewitching new collection. Don't worry, though — they restock often, so sign up for owl updates if your fave thing is out of stock.
15.And finally, The Universal Store is a great option for shopping Wizarding World theme park merch even though you can't visit IRL.
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