As of this weekend, I was the only person on the planet who had yet to view the film Twilight.

But now that I’ve moved out of the proverbial darkness and into the light (shouldn’t that be the other way around?), I’m high-school movie crushing on Twilight‘s soundtrack and storyline.  And after my husband turned to me halfway through the film and said, “I like Edward’s coat,” I figured the film’s costumes were a phenomenon too.

twilight-kristen-stewart-robert-pattinsonSearching for “Twilight fashion” yields approximately 27.5 million results; if you’re interested in tracking down exactly what the characters are wearing, imitating their style, or fan-girling yourself out in Twilight gear, here are the best of the bunch.

In Style magazine presents a slideshow of Twilight looks, interspersed with commentary from the film’s costume designer Wendy Chuck.  (That coat my husband admired?  Custom-made.  But if you’re in the market for other pieces from the character’s wardrobes, most of the clothing was sourced from affordable discount fashion and thrift stores.)  For a film.com interview detailing the wardrobe challenges presented by the Oregon weather, click here.

The Cullen Closet links to exactly what the characters are wearing–including some reasonable facsimiles–so you can purchase your very own collection of Edward’s brooding gray tees.

Or, you can just turn the Cullens into paper dolls:  members of the fashion community Polyvore have assembled over 450 collages of what the vampire family would be caught dead wearing.

If you’re hardcore, you might consider getting a Twilight tattoo; I think I’ll just wear a Twilight t-shirt to New Moon opening night.

But as anyone who’s seen the film already knows, it’s all about the coats.

Photo credit:  InStyle, via Deana Newcomb/Summit Entertainment