Riyo Chuchi (The Clone Wars) Trespass

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.

CHARACTER DESCRIPTION

Riyo Chuchi was a female Pantoran politician from the moon of Pantora which orbited the planet, Orto Plutonia. Chuchi served as a senator and represented her people in the Galactic Senate of the Republic during the Clone Wars. (Source Wookieepedia)


REQUIRED ITEMS:

1. Shirt:

a. Medium to light lavender blue shirt with fitted, long sleeves and a high neckline. No visible closures.

2. Pants:

a. High-waisted navy blue wide-legged pants that blouse over the top of the boots at knees. Pants may be a solid color or may have a subtle diagonal stripe texture/pattern.

b. No visible pockets or closures.

3. Gloves:

a. Navy blue elbow-length gloves, the same color as the pants. Gloves should be fitted through the fingers and wrist and flare out to a wide opening at the elbow. The gloves come to a moderate rounded point on the top at the elbow.

b. Gloves have a thin gold line around the opening just inside the edge. There is a thin gold circle connected to the outline at the point of the glove roughly 1” (2.5 cm) across.

4. Poncho:

a. White square poncho with rounded corners. The front and back points of the poncho should extend just below the belt.

b. Poncho is decorated with an accurate swirling vine-line pattern in a lavender-blue color. The design is the same, mirrored on the back and front. There is a lavender-blue line just inside the outside edge of the poncho.

c. There are six gold ovular gems along the front right edge of the poncho. The gradually decrease in size from right to left.

d. Wide, high flared collar. The collar should be the same color as the pants and gloves.

e. There are two thin gold lines around the bottom of the collar. In the center front of the collar, there are five ovular gold gems. The center gem is the largest and the others decrease in size on either side of it. Each gem is connected to the lines around the bottom of the collar by another thin gold line, which encircles the bottom half of each gem.

f. No visible closures.

5. Belt:

a. Medium brown belt 1.5”-2” (3.5-5 cm) wide covering the overlap of the shirt and pants.

b. Ovular gold buckles 1.5”-2” (3.5-5 cm) wide and 2”-2.5” (5-6.5 cm) tall on the center front and center back of the belt. The buckles are decorated with a stylized S pattern.

c. Four iridescent lavender-blue ribbons, two on each side, hang down from the buckles over the hips. The ribbons are connected to the belt buckles with gold wire and rounded gold cones. Ribbons should be roughly 3/4″ (2 cm) wide.

d. A long, narrow, curved triangular metal-like piece hangs down from the center front belt buckle. It is decorated with a gold and navy blue curved diagonal pattern. It is connected to the belt buckle by gold wire and two rounded gold cones.

6. Boots:

a. Navy blue wedge boots with a silver toe covering and brown wedge soles.

b. Knee-high silver spats. The top edge of the spats is cut down in a U in the front and angled slightly down in the back. The front of each spat is cut out in a long up-side-down U shape, revealing lavender-blue material. Three silver strips, roughly 1” (2.5 cm) wide circle around the spats.

c. Spats have a silver flared cuff above the ankle, which comes to a rounded point in the center front. Each cuff is decorated with a lavender-blue curved line and dot pattern in the center front. On each side of the pattern are two gold ovular gems.

7. Hair:

a. Medium pinky-purple hair rolled into a smooth roll across the middle back of the head. The roll should extend past the ears on both sides of the head.

b. White knit headband that extends around the crown of the head and loops under the chin. Bangs should be parted on the right and tucked into the side of the headband so that none hang loose.

c. Gold headdress is made of strips roughly 3/4″-1” (2-2.5 cm) wide that curve over the roll hairstyle (11 strips recommended). The outermost three strips on either side curve over the front of the roll, framing the face. The inside edge of each strip is overlapped by the outside edge of the next strip, and the centermost strip is wider than the other strips. Except for the centermost strip, each is decorated with a gold half-circle and dot pattern, with the open edge of the circle facing outwards, on the front and back of the headdress.

d. The front of the headdress has four long, narrow, curved triangular gold pieces hanging from the bottom edge. They are attached to the headdress with gold wire and two gold rounded cones on the first and third strips from the face on each side. The triangles closest to the face are smaller than the outer triangles.

e. The wig should be styled neatly so as to appear like real hair.

8. Make-up:

a. Sky blue makeup covering the face and neck.

b. Two yellow curved lines on each cheek.

c. Makeup should be applied evenly and not splotchy.

OPTIONAL ITEMS:

1. Yellow contact lenses.


COSTUME RESOURCES

  1. Senatorial Detachment forum
  2. Rebel Legion reference gallery

Standard reviewed by the Costume Standards Committee: 25 November 2017

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 Detachment Officer for your category about parts/materials you are considering before you start your build, or post a ‘Work in Progress’ (WIP) thread on the forum. (LCJ listing here)




  • Author: Suzi Jedi

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