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"Can you move? Your cape is in my way."
"You have no sense of personal space."
"But I have a great sense of style."
Shriv Suurgav and Lando Calrissian[11]

A cape was a loose-fitting outer garment that was fastened at the wearer's neck and draped from the shoulders. Landonis Balthazar Calrissian wore capes as a statement of style and fashion.


A cape was a sleeveless outer garment that was fastened at the neck and fell loosely from the shoulders.[12] During the Clone Wars, the planet Abafar hosted a cape retailer named Land O' Capes.[13]


"Please forgive him. I've concluded it has something to do with the cape. It enhances his delusions of granduer."
L3-37, regarding Landonis Balthazar Calrissian[14]

Lando Calrissian's many capes.

Lando Calrissian, the Baron Administrator of Cloud City, often wore fashionable capes for style,[12] as did the Dark Lord of the Sith and former Jedi Master Dooku.[3] The cyborg General Grievous, leader of the droid armies of the Confederacy of Independent Systems during the Clone Wars also often wore a cape.[4] The suit of armor of another Dark Lord, Darth Vader, also included a black cape.[8] Swamp troopers and wet-weather gear stormtroopers of the 224th Imperial Armored Division on Mimban wore waterproof capes known as "slicks."

Director Orson Krennic affected a white cape with his Imperial uniform.[5] Captain Phasma of the First Order wore a black and red armorweave cape over her chromium-coated armor.[6] Her colleague, the dark side warrior Kylo Ren, began wearing a black cape in the aftermath of the Battle of Starkiller Base.[7]

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