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!
37. Jabba the Hutt
36. Beru Lars
35. General Grievous
33. Shmi Skywalker
30. Admiral Ackbar
29. Owen Lars
28. Cliegg Lars
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?
26. Boss Nass
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
20. Captain Typho
19. Governor Sio Bibble
Love his collared shirt dress and ESPECIALLY whatever that girdle thing is underneath.
18. Jango Fett
17. Zam Wesell
16. Lando Calrissian
15. Obi-Wan Kenobi
A traditional kind of guy. That epic dark horse ponytail slays, though.
13. Bib Fortuna
Bib Fortuna was into fingerless gloves before they were cool. Also he's really making the most of his head tail by winding it around his chest like a necklace.
12. Qui-Gon Jinn
11. Count Dooku
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.
9. Han Solo
Han Solo is like the leader of the bike gang who's really hot but who knows what he'll do next—can't bring THIS one home to your mom, amiright? Effortless, casual and cool.
8. Mon Mothma
7. Darth Maul
Darth Maul is like a stereotype of a New Yorker: he dresses all in black and carries a totally unique accessory. Here we see him in hood-down and hood-up looks.
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.
4. Prince Bail Organa
Looking immaculate every time he sashays in.
3. Mace Windu
Mace Windu's drycleaner is never going out of business—there is no way those robes stay that pristine on their own. His purple lightsaber is also the fiercest accessory in the galaxy.
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.