Leather belt by Castaway Trading, Bracer and Holster from Etsy. Boots are from Pozu.
Probably the most expensive costume I have made yet!!
I splurged on the screen accurate tunic fabric from Mood when it was still available in Ivory. Custom dyed it to match a swatch of the brown putty S.A. color. It took about 5 dye baths to get the color correct...but learned a lot! The tunic is fully lined and whip stitched in place for a homespun detail (that no one ever sees lol).
The drape is a cotton gauze that is custom dyed....also took several baths to get the right tone! Features a small rolled hem and was shibori pleated for added texture. Will soon be upgrading to a pure wool gauze to be more accurate to that used in the film!
Obi is a gorgeous upholstery fabric with a linen look that was custom dyed. The texture was as close as I could get to screen accurate! Super soft and self scrunching. Features screen accurate zig zag hem along the raw edges.
Arm wraps are screen accurate and weathered with powder makeup and watered down acrylics. They are wrapped around a nude colored compression sleeve to help them stay up.
Pants are made from a gorgeous taupe colored brushed tencel twill fabric. The texture is EXACTLY what I was looking for- enough drape but still sturdy enough for a slim/utility fit. I heavily altered an existing pattern and added in the screen accurate top stitching for the knee patches. A double needle was used to add top stitching around the center seam.
Wig is a lace front from Pose Wigs that has a slight ombre for a natural touch. It was cut (3-4 inches!) and textured and then pulled back into a double half ponytail.