Clothing is one way the player can customize their character.

Overview[edit | edit source]

The player can have up to five different clothing items on their character, as well as a glider and a pet follower. The different clothing categories are as follows:

Clothing Type Inventory Slot Clothing Items
Wiki Hat Icon.png Head[1] Hats, Head Accessories, Hair
Wiki Glasses Icon.png Face Glasses, Beards, Necklaces, Aprons
Wiki Shirt Icon.png Body Vests, Sweaters, Dresses, Jackets
Wiki Backpack Icon.png Accessories Backpacks, Satchels, Wings, Capes
Wiki Pant Icon.png Bottoms Overalls, Jeans, Shorts, Skirts
Wiki Wings Icon.png Gliders Gliders
Wiki Pet Icon.png Follower Pets, Mounts, Tamed Mobs

Clothing and pets are purely cosmetic, and do not provide any perks to the player while equipped.

White clothing (craftable at a Clothing Workbench) can be dyed solid colours at a Dyeing Station. Clothing with existing colours and design can be dyed, but will layer the dye over the existing colours, resulting in a tinted or darker version of the original.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Clothing items can be found as random loot in chests, bought from clothing vendors (such as Clovis and Cyrus), purchased from special stalls at festivals, or received as quest rewards.

Certain clothing items were Alpha or Kickstarter Backer only, and are no longer available. These include the entire Steampunk set, the Ghost Costume, and the Vampurr Cape.

Equipping[edit | edit source]

Clothing items can be equipped by either:

  • Double-clicking the item while it is in the player's inventory (this automatically replaces any items that were already in the slot)
  • Holding down the mouse button and dragging the item to its respective item slot.

Clothing List[edit | edit source]

Head[edit | edit source]

Hats[edit | edit source]

Hair[2][edit | edit source]

Face[edit | edit source]

Eyewear[edit | edit source]

Miscellaneous[edit | edit source]

Aprons[3][edit | edit source]

Tops[edit | edit source]

Jackets[edit | edit source]

Vests[edit | edit source]

Sweaters[edit | edit source]

Shirts[edit | edit source]

Dresses[edit | edit source]

Bathing Suits[edit | edit source]

Accessories[edit | edit source]

Backpacks[edit | edit source]

Satchels[edit | edit source]

Wings[edit | edit source]

Backpack slot wing items are purely cosmetic. They do not function as gliders.

Capes[edit | edit source]

Floaties[edit | edit source]

Bottoms[edit | edit source]

Overalls[edit | edit source]

Jeans[edit | edit source]

Shorts[edit | edit source]

Skirts[edit | edit source]

Gliders[edit | edit source]

An equipped glider will not appear on the character unless it is being used (double jump or press U).

Pets[edit | edit source]

Any animals raised or tamed by the player, as well as tamed mobs, can be placed in the pet slot. The animal or mob will then follow the player wherever they go. Some animals can be ridden as mounts.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. As of the addition of the Human Characters DLC, a second head slot has been added to accommodate layering hair and other head items together.
  2. All hair in game is just labeled "Hair". More specific item names are for wiki purposes.
  3. Even though Aprons are technically body items, they are equipped in the Face slot.

Character Customization
Skin BasesSkinsClothingEmotes
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