Luke Skywalker (TFA)

ALL, Episode VII (TFA), Jedi

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Luke Skywalker was a Force-sensitive human male Jedi Master who was instrumental in defeating the Galactic Empire and the Sith during the Galactic Civil War.

(Source: Wookieepedia)


[box] 1. Shirt/inner tunic:

Same style as ROTJ with a closed bib and mandarin collar. Shirt is white/off-white and should not be see-through. Mandarin collar should be fitted with a small opening in front. Sleeves should be mostly fitted until mid forearm, where the cuff starts. Cuff is fitted and closed with three (3) hidden snaps/press studs or similar, double-length cuff (approximately 10cm/4″ long). Shirt goes over pants and stop at top of thigh.[/box] [box]2. Vest/outer tunic:

Textured and nubby beige/dark cream fabric, sleeveless with large split under the arm until just above the obi. It is split again in the sides just below the obi and hangs straight down. The vest overlap slightly in front at the waistline, right over left. The vest ends just above the ankles.[/box] [box]3. Tabard/stole:

Textured fabric in beige/cream, preferably a lighter shade than the vest, obi, and pants. Ends at the ankles/instep, longer than vest.[/box] [box]4. Obi:

Same fabric and color as vest. Should be roughly 1 inch/2.5cm wider than the belt on both sides. No front closure.[/box] [box]5. Pants:

Loose fitting textured and nubby fabric in beige/dark cream. Should be the same fabric as vest and obi. Pants are tucked into the boots/boot wraps.[/box] [box] 6. Belt:

Wide brown leather (or leather-like) belt with slim sewn on borders in the same material. It has a large hexagonal buckle with a hammered and weathered look. The buckle should be as big as the belt or a tiny bit larger and follow a 3 high, 5 wide rule in dimensions. There should be a pair of rivets on the left side of the belt. The rivets can hold an OT style saber clip.
There must be a rectangular pouch on the right side of the belt in a simple style according to references.[/box] [box] 7. Cloak:

Coarse, heavily textured material in a medium gray-brown color. Cloak has a large hood that rests on the shoulders when up. Cloak is open in front and kept in place with two white straps that goes under the arm and ties in the back. Straps should be hidden as much as possible.
Cloak reaches ground and may not have any raw edges. It should have an arched seam in the back going to the sides with the highest point of the arch being around upper knee to mid thigh.
Cloak can be sewn unto tabards/stole.[/box] [box] 8. Boots:

Similar to ANH in a tan/sand/beige color. Boots should be suede or similar and no higher than mid calf. The boots should be wrapped from ankle and up to mid calf in a material similar in color to the boots. (Wraps are also referred to as puttees). They must have a thick sole in rubber/foam or similar in a color matching the boots. Boots and wraps should closely match the pants.[/box] [box] 9. Hair:

Styled like in movie, preferably in a salt-and-pepper style in light colors.[/box] [box] 10. Beard:

A full beard in grey and white. Has large white patches on both sides of the chin.[/box] [box] 11. Right hand:

a. Weathered metallic/aluminium colored and plated glove or prop instead of the right hand.


b. Brown leather glove that is void of design. Glove is weathered. Extends to approximately three (3) inches above the wrist.[/box] [box]Note:

All clothing items should be self-lined/flat-lined. No raw edges. The cloak can be single layer with a wide hem all the way around. Hem should be blind stitched or similar. (No visible seamline).[/box]


[box]1. Makeup to appear aged

2. Blue contacts[/box]


  1. KJO Detachment

Standard written by Author: Herve Cotton (Heco-Wan Kenobi), Lora Skywalker and Ackredies

Standard reviewed by the Costume Standards Committee 15 November 2016

PLEASE NOTE: The costume standards are a guide, yet are not an all inclusive outline of required elements. The judges will be looking for quality of workmanship, accurate execution and use of materials in addition to these general standards check lists. If you have a question about fabrics, colours, and parts choices for your build please contact the Detachment Officer for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build, or post a ‘Work in Progress’ (WIP) thread on the forum. (LCJ listing here)