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Greef Karga from The Mandalorian

Greef Karga (played by Carl Weathers) is the head of the bounty hunters in the Hunters’ Guild. He hands out the assignments and ensures that the clients pay the hunters. Unless, that is, one of the hunters runs off with bounty. Then things get a little messy.

Copying Greef Karga’s look takes a little bit of work. Most Star Wars costumes aren’t easy to recreate from your typical closet and Karga’s is no different. You can get close, though. Brown leather pants and a light brown undershirt set up your base layers. Over that you’ll want to add a brown leather vest and a brown leather tunic-style coat. Over the waist of your pants you’ll want to add brown fabric for a belt pad and then a brown leather belt. Brown leather boots and black gloves finish the look while a tracking fob, bounty puck, and official license get you ready to go after your own bounties!

Cara Dune from The Mandalorian

Cara Dune (played by the fantastic Gina Carano) is a former member of the Rebel Alliance. When the Empire fell the Alliance largely disbanded and Dune began wandering the galaxy on her own. She’s savvy and quick with a sharp tongue sharper knife. In short she’s everything a Mandalorian could ask for in a friend!

Cara’s costume requires a little bit of DIY and some patience, specifically when it comes to her armor. You can buy the pre-printed pieces above or, if you know your way around a 3-D printer, you can order the patterns from Etsy and print the pieces yourself. In both cases you’ll have to go through some trial and error to get the paint colors right in order to finish the appearance of the armor.

Once the armor is done, though, the rest of the costume is a bit of a breeze. A black compression shirt provides a foundation for the armor while leggings and boots make up the rest of her outfit. You can style a brunette wig to mimic her hair and apply temporary tattoos to match Cara’s. Just make sure you cover up with an arm band if you’re going near any Imperial holdouts!

Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian

Make Your Own: The Child (Baby Yoda) from The Mandalorian

Known to some as “Baby Yoda,” the Child is one of many characters introduced to Disney’s “The Mandalorian.” While his […]

Mandalorian Cosplay

Make Your Own: The Mandalorian

In the Disney+ hit Star Wars series The Mandalorian, set between the events of the Revenge of the Jedi and […]

General Leia Organa from Star Wars: The Last Jedi

General Leia Organa from The Last Jedi

In Star Wars: The Last Jedi, General Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) is on the deck of her flagship Raddus when the crew is expelled into deep space. Using the Force, Leia makes her way back to the ship and suppresses Poe Dameron. With the help of her brother Luke Skywalker, who distracts Kylo Ren, she makes her escape aboard the Millennium Falcon. For this costume, the star pieces are definitely the dazzling jewelry Leia wears, which stands out even more against her simple clothing.

General Leia Organa from Star Wars: The Force Awakens

General Leia Organa from The Force Awakens

In Star Wars: The Force Awakens, it’s been 30 years since Return of the Jedis, and Leia Organa (Carrie Fisher) is now a battle weary general for the Resistance. Leia is also heartbroken, having lost Ben Solo / Kylo Ren, who she mothered with Han Solo, to the dark side. A far cry from her Princess Leia costumes, she now wears a jumpsuit that’s much more practical for battle.

Qi'Ra from Solo: A Star Wars Story

Qi’ra

In Solo: A Star Wars Story, Qi’Ra (Emilia Clarke) is a human from the planet Corellia who grew up on the streets with Han Solo as part of the White Worms. Initially rivals, they grow together and eventually become lovers. Later, Qi’ra becomes a lieutenant in the Crimson Dawn crime syndicate, but that doesn’t stop her from dressing glamorously every chance she gets.

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Porkins

Jek Tono Porkins, nicknamed Piggy and codenamed Red Six, was a member of the Rebel Alliance and a striker pilot for Red Squadron. He is remembered for his tragic death in the battle to destroy the Death Star is Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope and is infamous online for his unfortunate name.

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Count Dooku

Count Dooku, played by the legendary Sir Christopher Lee, is a major antagonist in the Star Wars universe. He appears as the main antagonist in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones a minor antagonist in Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith, and a recurring character in the animated Clone Wars series. Count Dooku used to be a Jedi Master, and was even trained by the great Yoda, however after the death of Dooku’s former Padawan, Qui-Gon Jinn, he turned to the Dark Side

Han Solo from Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018)

Han Solo from Solo: A Star Wars Story

Solo: A Star Wars Story tells the story of a younger Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich), who is still a cynical smuggler but shows a bit more idealism than Harrison Ford’s portrayal of Solo in the original trilogy and sequels.