Note: For face characters, all costumers should strive for a close resemblance to the character's hair shape and color, facial hair or lack thereof, as well as any body decorations the character may have, such as tattoos and piercings. For hair color, unless exact color is required by the standard, all natural hair colors are accepted.
If the character does not have tattoos, piercings etc. then the costumer should cover up/remove any tattoos, piercings etc. they may have when wearing the costume.
A pilot, sometimes called a flyboy, directly controlled the operation of a vehicle while located within the same craft. A pilot was often assisted by a copilot, navigator, astromech droid, weapons officer, or other crew members. The term “pilot” was applied across vehicles used on land or in water, air, and/or space. The military designation for a pilot was PL-1. Whether this applied to all pilots or only starfighter pilots is unknown. On smaller ships, the word pilot and captain were interchangeable, but on larger vessels, the pilots were rarely the commanders of the vessels.
1. Medium reddish brown or dark tan long sleeve suede or moleskin overshirt
2. Orangish red sueded cloth pants with no visible pockets
3. Black cloth ribbed neck seal that can be just a “dickie” or attached to undershirt
4. Charcoal grey/greyish teal leather or pleather V neck vest that is longer in the back with side closure and double line piping
5. Brown belt with leather buckle and silver or brass square inset and 2 belt pouches, one on each side
6. Brown knee-high boots with Naboo-style strapping spats (like Padme’s Battle Outfit)
7. Medium reddish brown or dark tan leather gloves
8. Dark brown leather or leather-like bracer’s/gauntlets with double line piping
1. Naboo N-1 flight helmet(with full faceshield)
2. Accurately-styled Naboo fighter pilot blaster attached to belt via covertec clip
PLEASE NOTE: The costume standards are a guide, yet are not an all inclusive outline of required elements. The judges will be looking for quality of workmanship, accurate execution and use of materials in addition to these general standards check lists. If you have a question about fabrics, colours, and parts choices for your build please contact the LCJs for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build. (LCJ listing here)