Obi Wan Kenobi (Star Wars) Costume for Cosplay & Halloween

How to make Obi Wan Kenobi Costume

Obi Wan Kenobi Costume for Cosplay & Halloween
# Item Description
1 Jedi tunic set This set includes inner shirt, tunic, tabard, waist sash and khaki pants. Except for the khaki pants, finding each one of the pieces for this costume is quite challenging since most companies will not sell them separately. It’s ok though, we did all the searching and brought you the most authentic Kenobi outfit you can find on the web.
2 Brown hooded robe with long bell sleeves Kenobi is a Jedi, which means he is basically a humble space monk. Whenever he is not in a diplomatic mission or in the midst of combat, he tries to blend in the crowd under a long, brown, hooded robe with long bell sleeves.
3 brown leather belt (tools included) There are two versions of Kenobi’s thin, brown, leather belt. You may choose between the one with little toy gadgets or the plain belt with no tools.
4 brown leather boots Any brown, pull-on, leather, high boots work for this outfit, but there is a more accurate version in the link to your left.
5 Lightsaber Here we have a retractable, blue lightsaber to add the final touch to your Obi Wan costume. Much more civilized than a blaster
6 Full costume This Jedi’s whole apparel requires investment for greater authenticity, but if you’re in a budget, there’s a full Obi Wan Kenobi costume for a reasonable price. We’ll leave the link right here in case you want to check it out

Obi Wan Kenobi’s Overall Look

Obi Wan Kenobi is a key character in the Star Wars franchise and a favorite amongst cosplayers. His wisdom and skill only seems to grow as he ages, but if there is something that barely ever changes, is his outfit. He is always wrapped in his typical beige Jedi tunic, a matching tabard and a waist sash held in place with a thin, brown leather belt. Brown, pull-on, leather, high boots are a recurrent item in his wardrobe as well as his khaki pants, the latter varying in shades between the Episodes I and III.

We’re going to focus on his outfit from Episode III: Revenge of The Sith, one of the most popular looks of this legendary Jedi knight, where we first see him wearing the inner, brown shirt he carried on until his last days as the eccentric old Ben Kenobi.

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