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"You can't walk around dressed like a monk while clones are on the hunt for Jedi."
―Janus Kasmir, to Caleb Dume[src]

Jedi robes was a term referring to the flowing garments worn by the members of the Jedi Order, a type of robes.


Although the Jedi had no set uniforms, their clothes tended to follow a pattern, consisting of an undertunic, an overtunic, an outer robe with a deep hood and wide sleeves, loose-fitting trousers, a tabard, a broad sash tied about the waist, and tall boots. Those pieces of clothing and footwear generally varied in light earth tones,[1] though several Jedi, such as Anakin Skywalker, were known for wearing darker versions.[2] In the eyes of some, like the Kalleran scoundrel Janus Kasmir, Jedi robes made their wearers look similar to monks.[3]


The Twi'lek Aayla Secura notably averted the classical pattern, wearing fitted clothes that allowed complete freedom of movement and left her midriff exposed.[2] Her fellow Twi'lek Finn Ertay, however, wore a long-sleeved, high-necked full-length dress that began to flare below the waist.[4] Ahsoka Tano, the Togruta Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, dressed similarly to Secura.[5] The Kiffar Quinlan Vos favored sleeveless tunics,[6] and sometimes donned a black leather outfit.[7] Being a hair-covered Wookiee, the Padawan Gungi wore nothing but a sash, a belt, and a bandolier.[8]

Behind the scenesEdit

Jedi garments first appeared in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope,[9] though they were not revealed to be the general wear of the Jedi until Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace.[10]



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