Museum Replicas has finally brought one of the coolest and most obvious ideas to life: mix and match Jedi costumes. I saw the display at Comic-Con and had to jump online to learn more. It’s exactly what it sounds like. You dress up a digital paper doll with the Jedi costume of your choosing. You can pick from a few different colors for the pants, undershirt, tunic, tabard, boot tops, and robes. You can even pick from a few different belt styles. I’m not sure what the number of possible variations is with all the options they offer, but it’s got to be high.
The costumes are not cheap but just remember that you get what you pay for, and in my experience, this company produces high quality products.
See a video tutorial demonstrating how ordering works after the break. You can also check out the outfit I made.
I played around with some options; this combination comes with everything but the robe and costs $600.
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