Breha Organa was a human female who served as Queen of the planet Alderaan during the Clone Wars and the early days of the Galactic Civil War. At the end of the Clone Wars, she and her husband, Senator Bail Prestor Organa, adopted the newborn Leia. The girl, the biological daughter of the late Senator Padmé Amidala of Naboo and fallen Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker, became Princess Leia Organa of Alderaan.
- Tunic is slightly off-white, towards cream. Tunic fabric is shade or two darker than the pattern on the lining of the cape section. Medium to heavy weight bridal fabric with no texture or pattern. May have a slight sheen.
- Closure is in the back with an invisible zipper up the center back of the cape.
- Boat neck collar line with a strip of dark blue satin along the collar in the front and ends at a point over the back of the shoulders above the shoulder blades. Strip is roughly 3” / 7.5 cm wide, proportional to the wearer.
- Facing under the strip is be the same color as the rest of the tunic.
- Tunic has bust darts (French darts suggested) from the waist seam to peak of bust.
- Tunic has cape sleeves. The front of the sleeve section hangs to just below the elbow when arms are down. The cape waterfall drapes down the back and ends in a point just at the floor. Drape must not drag on the ground. Cape section has a seam through the center back.
- The lining of the sleeve cape is dark blue.
- The lining of the cape has a white or pale cream/off-white pattern running vertical down the cape. The pattern runs right-side-up, then next lines on either side are up-side-down, and then repeats that pattern.
- The symbols are roughly 7”/ 18 cm tall and 5.5″ / 14 cm wide at the widest but should be proportionate to the wearer. Symbols in the pattern look like a fan-shaped flower with symmetrical petals that come to a sharp point on their outside tips. The “stem” of each flower symbol is a thin hook-shaped loop. This “stem” connects to the next flower in the above/below it with three leaves pointing into the fan center of the next flower. In each vertical line of flower symbols, the hook and leaf stems alternate facing right and left.
- Tunic skirting ends just at the floor. Skirting is made of three to four panels. The skirting opens at the center front and side seams. Openings start at around 8” / 20 cm below the waist seam, proportional to the wearer. Lining of the skirt is the same as the base fabric of the tunic.
- There is a large hood that stretches from the back collar to the wearer’s waist. Hood snaps into place under the blue collar strip at the front collar. Hood is made from a chiffon or similar fabric and is dark gray-blue. Hidden snaps are attached to the back side of the neck strip for the hood.
- Palazzo pants made from knife pleated fabric.
- Pants are hemmed to cover the feet when standing straight.
- Pants are as close to the tunic fabric color as possible.
- Pants are loose fitting to the point that it almost looks like an underskirt.
- Belt made from the same color material as the tunic is roughly 3” / 7.5 cm wide with a silver buckle at the front around 4”/ 10 cm tall and 5.5” / 14 cm wide, proportional to the wearer.
- Buckle is shaped similar to the Alderaan crest or a moth with two wings extended up at an angle. Buckle is decorated with many fine filigree cut-outs.
- Closure is hidden in the back.
- Boots are white without any decorations.
- Boots are ankle to calf-height at the top.
- Boots have a moderate heel (roughly 1”-3” / 2.5-7.5 cm).
- Boots have black soles.
- Boots have a square toe.
- There is a seam up the center front of the boot.
- Hair is center parted and slicked down tightly on either side.
- Hair is then pulled back into braids starting at the base of the neck and braided into a crown around the head.
- On the top of the head, the end of the braid is tucked under the thickest braid just above the ear and only the thickest braid is visible braid from ear to ear on the top of the head.
- A strand of dark blue wool woven through the thickest braid, visible at the top.
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Updated: October 9, 2022