Star Wars Inspired Clothing Portfolio
This is just a small sampling of costumes that we have custom made in the past for enthusiastic fans.
For custom made clothing similar to that shown here or in a different style
please see our custom orders page then contact us for a price estimate.
We can create a similar style to the originals with detailing, colors, and possibly a similar texture, but the fabrics will not be exactly movie correct due to discontinuation, seasonal nature, and unavailability of screen used or perfect replica fabrics.
available robes are for sale here
Currently available tunics, tabards and obis are for sale here
Custom order your leather belt here
On this page you will find:
Clothing For The Light Side
Different Jedi style tunic sets and pieces: from left to right is a variegated linen tunic, crinke textured stretch rayon tunic, and at right wild silk tunic. The linen and silk tunics are shown with earth brown linen tabards and obi, along with a brown leather Jedi style belt. These tunic fabrics are no longer available - please see our Men's Costumes for Sale page for currently available options.
|Above: Jedi Mab!
To the Right: David Quimby modeling our brown wool robe, and cotton tabards and obi as photographed by Pat Quimby.
Thank you guys for sending in the pictures!
David Quimby in an all-cotton version of Ep IV Obi Wan. This outfit included the brown cotton long inner robe, oatmeal cotton osnaburg long tunic, the single narrow long cotton osnaburg tabard and cotton osnaburg obi, all topped off with a brown robe.
Photo by Pat Quimby. Thanks for the great photos!
Photo by Nina Rizzo. Copyright 2007.
Here is an example of a Light Side Jedi ensemble: an espresso brown cotton undertunic, an oatmeal silk noil tunic, oatmeal silk noil tabards and obi, and a brown wool robe. While this outfit is shown with khaki drawstring pants, we usually recommend store-bought trousers as a cost effective alternative that could also be used for daily wear.
The wool robe is available on our Coats and Robes page.
The silk noil tunic, obi and tabards are available as a Custom Order. The tunic set (1 tunic, 2 normal length tabards, and 1 obi) cost $185 plus shipping costs.
was a custom ordered Mace Windu style tunic set. The inner
was made from ivory 100% cotton, and the longer than usual length outer
tunic with shoulder tucks and short side slits, tabards and obi
were made from heavyweight natural 100% linen.
A similar ensemble would cost $50 for the cotton inner tunic, and $185.00 plus shipping for the linen tunic, tabards and obi.
To the right is Hannibal in the above pictured ensemble, and his friend Nick in one of our standard Jedi style cotton osnaburg tunic sets. Boots, belts, sabers and gloves were sourced by them. Thanks for the great photo!
ordered Jedi style outfit with long natural heavyweight linen tunic
with shoulder tucks and side slits, heavy weight brown crinkle cotton
undertunic, and dark grey linen tabards and obi. The brown
crinkle cotton is no longer available.
ordered Jedi inspired outfit cut a little differently than usual.
Shown here are a pair of ginger linen drawstring pants, obi
angle cut tabards; oatmeal osnaburg tunic with shoulder tucks, small
side slits and more open angle cut front; a regular cream cotton
undertunic, and a Mace Windu style brown wool flannel robe with super
long sleeves cut all in one with the body and self-lined oversized hood.
ordered tunic set based on customer provided rendering. All
pieces are made from 100% linen, and the arm wraps/bracers have velcro
to make life easier (otherwise you'd have to wrap your arms every
single time you wear the costume).
Charles Yeo Kero in his custom made charcoal grey cotton bib-front shirt based on the Dark Luke style shirt, custom drab olive organic cotton tabards, oatmeal osnaburg tunic and obi.
Pants, boots, leather belt and saber supplied by the customer.
Photo by the The Picture People, used here with permission.
Custom made costume to match the customer's original artistic rendering. Inner tunic shown here is shirt weight cream cotton broadcloth, overtunic with covered buttons is made from distressed hunter green cotton twill, the obi and tabards are regular hunter cotton twill with spruce brushed twill on the inside - the obi and tabards are completely reversible for a different look. Obi echoes the sleeve lacing by having grommets and lacing at the back.
This one-of-a-kind Steampunk style Jedi inspired costume had an embroidered silk dickey with steampunk buttons, a tea-dyed muslin tunic, embroidered shot taffeta reversible tabards, an obi/waistcoat hybrid with working pockets, and a cotton twill robe with trim.
versatile custom ordered outfit was based on Luke's outfit from
ROTJ. The black cotton twill pants and shirt with contrast
bib front can be worn alone (the customer had his own belt to wear with
it), or with the textured hand dyed linen/rayon blend vest, tabards and
obi shown above. The entire ensemble together is shown above
left. The cloak was styled after one of two cloaks that were
in ROTJ when Luke confronts Jabba in his palace. Watch the
closely, and you will see the front opening change from a hook and eye
to a breakaway velcro closure for the fall down the shaft!
A similar outfit to this one would be $345 for the cotton twill pants, matching cotton twill shirt/jacket with contrast bib facing, and pre-dyed silk or linen vest, tabards and obi. A similarly styled wool flannel cloak would cost $145. Hand dyeing and shipping cost are extra. We make this outfit with separate pants and shirt rather than a jumpsuit for greater comfort and convenience in real life use. This hand dyed linen and the exact wool flannel shown in the cloak above are no longer available, but other fabrics may be substituted.
|Thanks Mark for the great photos of the outfit in action!|
ordered Ep IV Obi Wan inspired costume in lightweight
brown and tan crinkle cotton with brown wool flannel robe. This costume
was hand dyed, distressed and painted to appear aged and 'dirty'.
This costume was created for the Book People Jedi Training Camp in Austin, TX, and is shown "in action" below. Thank you, Topher, for the great photo!
Clothing for the Dark Side
can not replicate
Darth Revan as we do not normally work with metal, create armor, etc.
Please see our Custom
Orders page for a list of materials we do
NOT work with and the list of questions we will need to have answered
to provide a price estimate for other characters.
We no longer create Darth Maul costumes as the labor time and materials cost is too prohibitive for most of our customers.
ordered Sith costume components in cotton, linen and wool. These
mix-and-match pieces allow for maximum versatility - the customer can
pick and choose what combination to wear to have a variety of looks -
as shown, or all black, all red, mostly red with black accents, etc.
Components included long sleeved wool flannel robes with trim at sleeve
ends and front opening/hoods ($225 each), cotton twill
drawstring pants ($38 each), shirt weight cotton inner tunics ($50
each), shirt weight cotton
tunics with hoods ($60 each), linen tunics with shoulder tucks ($85
each), shaped linen tabards ($60 each set of two),
linen obis ($40 each), single layer linen or basketweave textured
cotton sash drapes with embellishments ($30 each), and leather belts
($75 each). Prices shown here are current as of August 2013
do not include shipping. In this
case, we did create the coordinating leather belts.
|Custom ordered charcoal grey cotton twill tunic with shoulder tucks, red cotton inner tunic, and red shirt weight patterned cotton tabards and obi. The red tabards and obi reverse to royal purple cotton twill, and a second inner tunic (not pictured here) in eggplant purple was also made so there could be variation in the costume on different days.|
custom ordered Sith Assassin costume was a collaborative effort between
us and Kim Pollard. Kim created a foam and a fiberglass
set so that the customer had two different options for different looks.
The grey inner piece was made from custom printed fabric with
pattern like that shown in a close up of the character's game rendering
and was lined with grey cotton twill. The grey piece had a
opening for the belts to pass through, and the front tabard like pieces
were edged with silvery grey trim. The outer black layer was
from a textured cotton lined with black cotton twill, and featured two
hoods, one with a 'visor' that acted like a standing collar when down.
The black layer had textured burgundy edging on the
pieces. Arm bracers from textured cotton, black cotton twill
drawstring pants, and a leather and webbing belt completed the ensemble.
creative collaboration with Kim Pollard! This custom ordered
Morthor inspired costume featured leather work by Kim Pollard in black,
pewter and silver for the surcoat and belt. The mock turtleneck was
embellished with white stripes to match the character rendering.
The wool robe had a shaped hemline and wrapped short sleeves.
The attached epaulettes were made from pleather and slate
faux suede with custom made piping to match. Fingerless
wide wrapped textured cotton obi, and arm pieces made to look like arm
wraps (but which easily fasten with velcro) completed the ensemble.
The hood is up so you can see more of the back of costume
details. We changed the orientation of the belt buckle from
original so it would not impale the customer's abdomen during stunt
|A custom Sith costume in collaboration with the customer who provided very helpful detailed sketches and information about what he wanted for each layer. The costume pieces are made from black textured cotton, black linen/cotton blend, and charcoal grey organic cotton twill. Red and black bias tape and black soutache braid provided accents and embellishment. Customer also kindly sent his shoulder armor pieces so that proper fit/layering could be done here in the studio - we did not make the leather shoulder armor.|
variation on the Sith theme in
variously textured cottons based on the customer's great
renderings outlining the look of each layer. This same
shown below in action! The exact fabrics are no longer
but something similar may be substituted.
you Rob, for providing the wicked photos! This costume is
also shown three photos above on our mannequin.
Worrell in his customized Sith style outfit at Atlanta DragonCon 2013.
Thank you for sharing the great photo, Peterson!
|Custom ordered Dooku inspired costume: black cotton twill pants and tunic, custom leather belt, and brown wool cloak with quilted shoulders and copper lining. The cloak clasp was extended into a chain closure by the addition of two sizes of chain links.|
of the unique Sith costumes we created in 2012. Based on a screen shot
from a video game, we created a short sleeved textured black tunic (the
sheen of the fabric makes it appear grey in the photos), black and red
flannel appliqued hooded surcoat, leather belts with metal accents, and
tabard/streamers that are reversible from textured on one side to
cotton twill on the other that tie on at the waist. Customer will be
wearing this with an existing obi and other costume components.
Thank you Brandon for the great photo of this outfit in action!
one of a kind custom order! This mixed media work of art was the result
of taking light side Miraluka reference images and sending them to the
Dark Side. The hand painted robe features couched leather cord,
and metal accents. Leather bracers also have hand painted and metal
accents. We embellished the belt buckle and made the belt and belt
pouches shown. Inner tunic features a textured and pieced insert front
and fold back 'lapel' accents. Textured linen obi and sash drape with
couched cord top off the main part of the ensemble. The hood/mask is
made from a textured cotton embellished with leather, red glass, paint
and bias tape. Necklace with real teeth was also included.
images follow. Special thanks to Life Force Glass in
TN for the glass 'gem' used in the belt buckle.
Due to the intensive number of hours it took to create this item, a costume with a similar level of handwork, detailing, number of layers, variety of materials, etc. would likely cost about $1250 + shipping and take at least three months lead time to create.
created black and burgundy cotton twill dress made to look like
overlaid tabards. The gown features matching arm wraps and
slits from hemline to thigh level to allow for dramatic movement and
interest. Textured waist cincher was a more feminine take on
obi. Shown here with a custom basket woven cotton regular
|Christopher McGill modeling his black silk noil tunic set, dark gray organic cotton undertunic, drawstring pants and black wool flannel robe. Thank you for the great photos! Note: we do not supply the leather belt or boots. The silk noil tunic, obi and tabards are available as a Custom Order. The tunic set (1 tunic, 2 normal length tabards, and 1 obi) costs $185, the cotton twill undertunic is $60 plus shipping costs.|
This custom ordered crinkle cotton tunic set featured sleeves made narrower in the forearm to facilitate stage combat.
The edges of both tabards and the obi were embellished with red fold-over braid. The tabards were backed with cotton twill to create a crisper effect, and can be worn with either side out for different looks.
|Custom order costume made to a customer's original artistic rendering and color specifications (same customer as the green costume with covered buttons at the front shown above on this page). This costume is made from royal purple and black cotton twill, black Kona cotton, and textured black synthetic fabric.|
ordered outfit inspired by the video game character "Galen Marek".
The outfit featured weathered black/charcoal gray cotton
drawstring pants; "earth" colored brushed cotton twill asymmetrical
tunic, wrap tie obi with sewn in saber loop (stand-in saber hilt shown
here) and arm wraps, white crinkle cotton wide obi that could be
'scrunched' to create folds, and hooded white sleeveless inner tunic.
The customer will also be wearing a long sleeved white knit
t-shirt. Since we do not work with stretch/knit fabrics, this
could be purchased separately from a place like Under Armour.
This ensemble costs $395 + shipping.
on a character from the video game "The Force II", this custom outfit
consisted of a short-sleeved cotton osnaburg tunic with a shaped front
and side slits. A matching cotton osnaburg long, thin waist
was also made for this outfit. The customer purchased the
remainder of the outfit from other places (leather pieces, belt, boots,
Thanks to Joshua Jarvis for modeling, and Katie Dickson for the photo!
outfit based on Darth Nihilus.
Our version of this costume (shown above) was created from black
crinkle cotton, with
the exception of the
quilted black matte satin sleeves. Once the outfit was created, the
various layers were shredded and distressed. Shown here with
veiling over the mannequin 'head' for photography purposes - this is
not included with the costume, but can be purchased seperately for $30.
This is NOT made to the 501st Nihilus COTF suggested layer
design guidelines (we made the ones shown here before those specs even
existed), so this is my
interpretation of the reference image viewable here.
I will continue creating this costume as shown here, not
according to another costumer's interpretation of the same or similar
The total for the crinkle cotton obi, vest/sleeveless shirt directly under the obi, long under-robe with front facings and synthetic satin quilted ribbed sleeves, 'skirt' with drawstring waist, rectangular cloak gathered at the neckline (with or without hood) and some distressing will cost $410 + shipping. The veil is an additional $30. Everything but the quilted sleeves and the veiling is 100% cotton.
ensemble shown at left was a custom ordered outfit based on a drawing
character Darth Nihilus, and was made from black 100%
silk noil for the rectangular cloak, sleeveless hip length vest with
sleeve caps, obi and skirt. The robe length tunic was made
silk noil with quilted black matte satin sleeves. The outfit
distressed at the hemlines once completed.
The customer provided his own mask and cowl combination, leather belt and gauntlets to go with this outfit.
Thank you for modelling, Andrew!
Photo by Debbie.
For custom made clothing similar to that shown here or in a different style please see our custom orders page then contact us for a price estimate - since this version was made from silk noil, it costs more than the crinkle cotton version shown above.
Custom ordered Sith Acolyte style robe made from 100% wool flannel with red painted sleeve stripes. We were surprised how many layers of paint were needed to reach this color saturation level.
|Custom ordered Red Guard costume. The inner robe and obi were burgundy 100% cotton French twill, the scarlet crush and spot resistant velvet cloak was lined with the same burgundy cotton twill. Both robe and cloak closed via invisible zippers at the back of neck.|
|We are unable
to reproduce any of the costumes worn by Padme in the three prequel
ordered blue wool cloak with black pleather collar and gold dragon
brocade lining for a Lando Calrissian inspired costume.
custom made ensemble was based on the character Senator
Chuchi from the animated episode "Sphere of Influence." The
customer provided several very helpful stills from the show for
reference, showing multiple angles of the costume. I made
costume from plum organic 100% cotton twill with gold and mauve accent
pieces and gold embroidered motifs at wrist, center front and on the
top was also fully lined with the same cotton twill and featured two
invisible zippers. The
neck area of the mannequin above is larger
than that of
the customers and was not adjustable, so in real life the collar and
will be closer together. We
made models to mimic the metallic gold components and cast them in
resin. The customer decided to add the gold detailing shown
the episode to the skirt herself.