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37 "Star Wars" Characters Ranked From Least To Most Stylish

In a galaxy far, far away, one day you are in, and the next day you're out.

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Disclaimer: No droids were included in the making of this list, since as far as we can tell, they are not able to make their own fashion choices. Sorry, C-3PO and R2-D2!


36. Beru Lars


Aunt Beru is like the Auntie Em of the Galaxy Far Far Away. She's just trying to get through the day, which doesn't leave time for worrying about things like makeup, hair styling, or wearing clothes that make any sense together at all. The jean jacket that nightmares are made of.

35. General Grievous


The 'No Droids Allowed' rule almost excluded General Grievous from the list, but he's technically a cyborg so he sneaks in. Cloaks are a fashion staple but this looks like he found an old blanket that his grandma made and threw it on before he left the house.

33. Shmi Skywalker


What is going on here? We understand that slaves on Tattooine are sartorially limited, but she really could have made more of an effort in terms of tailoring and not wearing a SACK.

32. Yoda


Master Yoda is sleeping on the job when it comes to hair care. Those wispy strands could make a cute braid or would even look nice combed back with some product.


29. Owen Lars


Uncle Owen ends up being so high on the list due to the fact that he's just kind of basic. The fanny pack pouch on his belt seems useful, though. He gets points for practicality.

27. Boba Fett

Boba starts off as a kid wearing what appears to be hospital patient attire. The next time we see him, he's emulating his dad's exact outfit from back in the day. No originality whatsoever plus his armor looks like it could use some serious polishing and TLC. Also again, what is with that cape? Is it a jean cape? Did he get it from Aunt Beru?


24. Chewbacca


Is Chewbacca making a statement? As opposed to going completely nude (see Jabba the Hutt), he's accessorizing with an interesting belt and/or pageant sash.

23. Jar Jar Binks

Jar Jar gets points for improvement over time. At first he's barely presentable but then after becoming a senator, he starts embracing some funky jewelry and robes. Good for you, Jar Jar!

22. Nute Gunray


This headdress is a little better than Wicket's but not that much. Also why is his cape a quilt? As viceroy of the Trade Federation, material sourcing shouldn't be an issue.


18. Jango Fett


When sending out a hunter for bounty, being represented well is key. Shiny and sleek, Jango brings all the bounty to the yard. Minus points for stealing the look from Mandalorian warriors.


10. Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader

Anakin is another one like Jar Jar who really evolves his style. Look how sad he looks when he's a kid; his mom definitely dressed him. As soon as he gets off of Tattooine, he embraces his inner Joan Collins with some fierce shoulder pads. And then he sets the standard for imperial officers with the iconic Darth Vader ensemble. Are those buttons on his stomach ornamental or do they serve a purpose? Either way, it's all coming together for you, Annie.

6. Senator / Chancellor / Emperor Palpatine

Palpaine sort of falls off the fashion bandwagon after getting disfigured by Mace Windu, but that doesn't discount the parade of high-end designer robes he wears in Episodes I-III. Excellent taste in embroidery, sir.

5. Luke Skywalker

A style chameleon. On Tattooine, he's in classic farm tunic wear. When he's training day montage Luke, he shows off his toned Jedi physique with an Eye of the Tiger tank top routine. But when he needs to be taken seriously, he cleans up well in classic black with a Michael Jackson glove on one hand situation.

2. Princess Leia Organa

The original galactic fashionista. She looks good whatever she's doing. On a diplomatic mission, she turns it out with a silky robe paired with the fashion forward hairstyle we all know and love. When she attacks the moon of Endor, she turns camouflage into couture. Even as Jabba's slave, she's got a standard to uphold.

1. Queen / Senator Padmé Amidala

A diva is a female version of a hustler. Padmé wins the top spot due to the crushing onslaught of fabulous and intricate dresses she gets to wear as queen and later senator of Naboo. Pop stars of the 21st century, watch your backs. Padmé is coming for all of you.

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