Items You’ll Need
- Luke Skywalker Costume with Shirt, Vest, Tabard, and Pants
- Luke Skywalker Electronic Lightsaber
- 60’s Mod Shag Costume Wig
- Adult Anakin Skywalker Glove Gauntlet
- Funtasma Captain Boots
Best Luke Skywalker Costume Guide
Dress like the Luke Skywalker, the Jedi Knight from Return of the Jedi in the Star Wars trilogy, who is prepared to confront his father, Darth Vader. Tossing his own lightsaber aside, Luke surrenders Vader in hopes of saving his father. In turn, his father ends of saving him from Emperor Palpatine. Get looks Jedi cosplay look with Luke Skywalker Costume with Shirt, Vest, Tabard, and Pants, Funtasma Captain Boots, and a 60’s Mod Shag Costume Wig. Take the force with you when you put on a Adult Anakin Skywalker Glove Gauntlet and take your Luke Skywalker Electronic Lightsaber.
Luke Skywalker Cosplay Costumes
As one of the most known heroes in almost any movie or tv show, it’s no surprise as to why you would want to cosplay as Luke Skywalker. If you really want to go the extra length, have a few friends dress up as Obi-Wan Kenobi or even Darth Vader as you fight against him. He’s a character known for his heroic deeds and strong determination and it’s only fair that you create a costume that really pays tribute to him. If we’re going with the outfit from Return of The Jedi, you’ll first need a haircut in the shape of his or at least a wig that looks quite similar to it. His outfit is one that is cosplayed quite often so it’s easy to find a full Luke Skywalker outfit online. The only things you may need to add to this outfit is the black gloves and boots as most do not offer it. The last thing to complete this look is none other than the lightsaber. You wouldn’t be a true Jedi without one by your side. Make sure to take a look at all the awesome cosplay ideas we have for him in the featured pictures below and also send us a few photos of your group cosplay so others can see what you’ve done!
About Luke Skywalker
Luke Skywalker is one of the main characters of the Star Wars series and the one who ends up defeating the Sith’s reign. He was raised on a farm by his aunt and uncle, unaware of who his parents were until a series of events led him to meet Obi-Wan Kenobi. From that meeting, his life was changed forever as he went on to learn of his lineage and fight against one of the galaxy’s greatest evils. In the later movies, he becomes a mystery as many people are unaware of his current location. He’s a character that many people like and it’s not hard to see why. Starting from humble beginnings, he grows to become one of the most memorable people that fight to end the Empire. He’s not just your typical Marty Stu version of a hero though, he actually has character depth and qualities that make him a beloved character.
Luke Skywalker is a fictional character and the protagonist of the original film trilogy of the Star Wars franchise created by George Lucas. Portrayed by Mark Hamill, Luke first appeared in Star Wars (1977),[a] and he returned in The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983). Three decades later, Hamill returned as Luke in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, appearing in all three films: The Force Awakens (2015), The Last Jedi (2017), and The Rise of Skywalker (2019). He reprised the role in The Mandalorian episode “Chapter 16: The Rescue” (2020), voicing the character that was portrayed by a body double with digital de-aging.
Originally a farmer on Tatooine living with his uncle and aunt, Luke becomes a pivotal figure in the Rebel Alliance’s struggle against the Galactic Empire. The son of fallen Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker (turned Sith Lord Darth Vader) and Padmé Amidala, Luke is the twin brother of Rebellion leader Princess Leia and eventual brother-in-law of the smuggler Han Solo. Luke trains to be a Jedi under Jedi Masters Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda and rebuilds the Jedi Order. He later trains his nephew, Ben Solo and mentors Rey. Though Luke dies at the end of The Last Jedi, he returns as a Force spirit in The Rise of Skywalker, encouraging Rey to face her grandfather, the resurrected Emperor Palpatine. At the end of the film, the spirits of Luke and Leia give Rey their blessing to adopt the Skywalker surname and continue their family’s legacy.
The character also briefly appears in the prequel film Episode III – Revenge of the Sith as an infant. In the de-canonized Star Wars Expanded Universe (renamed Legends), Luke is a main character in many stories set after Return of the Jedi, which depict him as a powerful Jedi Master, the husband of Mara Jade, father of Ben Skywalker, and maternal uncle of Jaina, Jacen and Anakin Solo.