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More Star Wars Fashion Icons That Aren't Padmé Amidala

Once again, I'd like to highlight some more icons of Star Wars fashion, just without Padmé (or Leia) since they always get all of the love when it comes to these things. Last week I highlighted ten of my faves, so this week I want to give ten more!

Riyo Chuchi

Riyo's debut episode in The Clone Wars, "Trespass," is a great episode for many reasons- and it also has her in an outfit that captured my heart. While this isn't Riyo's only amazing costume, it's my favorite. The elaborate headpiece in her hair and the ornate poncho just make it stand out, and just make me love her even more.

Trace Martez

In last week's article I shouted out Trace's sister, Rafa, for her amazing coat, so this week I want to show some love to the other Martez sister too. Trace's outfit, while not as extravagant as some others, is still pretty cute in my opinion. Not to mention how comfortable and practical it looks. Both Martez sisters have a pretty good sense of style in my opinion.

Satine Kryze

Satine might be the character that's closest to Padmé's level when it comes to her extravagant fashion choices. The Duchess of Mandalore has a wide variety of outfits that come in different rich colors and with various flashy pieces of jewelry and headwear. Satine's outfits are always so elegant and interesting, even her simpler ones where she is "dressing down" a little bit.

Doctor Aphra

While it's simple, I'm a big fan of Aphra's costume. Like Trace's, it's casual and practical while still being pretty stylish. I'm a big fan of the black and red jacket that she usually wears, and for some reason her pilot's cap with goggles is just adorable to me. Aphra is a great source of inspiration for casual style.

Sana Starros

Sana Starros is another amazing character with great, but practical taste. Her signature outfit is a simple black jumpsuit, but her awesome green scarf that she wears over it really makes her stand out and just look really, really cool, no matter what comic she shows up in. Sana Starros definitely has an outfit to envy.

Luke Skywalker

You didn't think I could talk about fashionable Star Wars characters without Luke, did you? Luke has many iconic looks, from the poncho to the yellow jacket, but my personal favorite is the black ensemble that he wears in Return of the Jedi. It's sleek, simple, and very, very cool looking.

Evaan Verlaine

And here we have yet another fashionable lady in Star Wars comics! My personal favorite look of Evaan's is her yellow jacket that she wears over simple black clothes. Paired with her really cool hair style, it makes for a very fun and unique look for her character, and I wouldn't have it any other way..

Kazuda Xiono

There are a lot of stylish characters in Star Wars Resistance, but Kaz's green jacket is what wins for me. It compliments him perfectly and it looks really, really cool and comfortable. I'd love to have one if they weren't all so expensive... regardless, Kaz's outfit is just fun and perfect for his character

Vi Moradi

If you haven't figured it out yet, I love a good jacket, and Vi definitely has one. Vi Moradi's awesome red jacket with her black and blue dyed hair definitely make her stand out, and I have to say she's probably the Resistance's most stylish spy.

Captain Phasma

Phasma is a character with a different kind of style than most of the characters here, but still one that I love. Her long cape and shiny chrome armor grabbed everybody's attention before The Force Awakens even came out, and though I've had years to get more used to her costume, I still think it's just as awesome as I did the first time I saw it.

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