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The Costumes of Star Wars - Princess Leia

Updated on November 29, 2011

Star Wars - Princess Leia

Princess Leia Organa is the twin sister of Luke Skywalker and the daughter of Padme Amidala Skywalker and Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader. She was whisked away at birth, upon Padme's death, by Obi Wan Kenobi, to save her from her father who had turned to the dark side. She was raised by Bail Organa who was a member of the royal family of Alderaan. Following in her adopted father's footsteps, Leia became a senator and a leader in the alliance to restore the Republic.

Star Wars Princess Leia
Star Wars Princess Leia

Princess Leia Classic White Gown

The classic white gown, belted at the waist, with long flared sleeves and a hood, was worn by Princess Leia throughout most of Star War s Episode IV: A New Hope . This dress along with her signature double bun hairdo is classic Princess Leia.

Traditional Gown of Alderaan Royalty

A leader in the Alliance to restore the Republic.
A leader in the Alliance to restore the Republic.

Leia's Ceremonial Gown

At the end of A New Hope, Leia wears a white gown that is similar to what she wears throughout the movie, but it has a lower neckline, silver belt and is worn with silver jewelry and shoes.

Celebration - A New Hope

Ceremonial gown
Ceremonial gown

Leia on Hoth

On Hoth, Leia wears a white jumpsuit meant to keep her warm in the snow.  Over the jumpsuit she wears a quilted vest. The white is a symbol of her royal ties to her now destroyed planet of Alderaan.

Hoth

Leia on Hoth
Leia on Hoth

Leia on Bespin

Leia, Han, Chewbacca on Bespin
Leia, Han, Chewbacca on Bespin

Cloud City Outfit

Leia is seen in this outfit for only a few moments while she in Cloud City with Han Solo. It is a belted burgundy tunic worn over pants of the same color. The sleeveless blue coat/vest is shear with ornate embroidery.

Bespin / Cloud City

Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian
Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Lando Calrissian

Princess Leia's Gold Bikini

Slave Leia
Slave Leia

The Gold Bikini

Leia's gold bikini is another classic from the original trilogy. In Return of the Jedi , Leia is captured by Jabba the Hutt and made his slave. Chained to the giant slug, Leia waits patiently for her chance to escape. When Lando arrives to help Han and Luke, Leia strangles Jabba with the chain.

Leia on Endor
Leia on Endor

Military Leia

During the briefing before the final battle with the Empire, Leia wears the military inspired outfit of blue pants with a yellow stripe, a khaki shirt, and olive green vest. Once she is on Endor she covers up with a camouflaged poncho.

Leia and Han Solo
Leia and Han Solo
Leia and Han in the Ewok village
Leia and Han in the Ewok village

Leia in the Ewok Village

While celebrating the victory over the Empire, Leia wears this forest gown. It appears to be a suede dress with a white linen under dress.  The stitching is visible and there are laces at the neck.  The skirt comes to a point in the front and the back and there is a belt at the waistline.   It is in this outfit that Leia comes to terms with the fact that Darth Vader is her father and Luke is her brother. 

Leia and Ewoks
Leia and Ewoks

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    Anastasia Flynn 

    6 years ago

    You forgot the one when she dresses up as Boushh to save Han from the carbon freeze!

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    daryl2007 

    7 years ago

    I love starwars and 2 trilogies are great! I like more to the Darth Lords because they are cool and mysterious!!! Worth to watch!

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    Nancy DuPree 

    7 years ago

    Awsome Hub!

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