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Top Ten Prettiest Final Fantasy Costumes

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The Top Prettiest Final Fantasy Costumes

Final Fantasy is one of the most popular RPG franchises ever made. The various games are filled with beautiful images and the costumes are no exception.

Some of the costumes are formal and some are the characters normal wear throughout the games.

This page looks at the prettiest Final Fantasy Costumes for the female characters. The costumes are ranks for aesthetic and memorability.

Enjoy!

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Spoilers Warning (maybe)

Lulu from Final Fantasy X

Lulu from Final Fantasy X

Lulu from Final Fantasy X

Lulu's costume has a lot of details. It's off-the-shoulder with a brown fur trim, bell sleeves with lace on the cuffs and matching lace on the trim of the skirt. The skirt has a panel made up of a multiple of belts.

And yet even with all these components and the gothic overtones Lulu's costume is very elegant even though all these elements should not work together.

Character design by Tetsuya Nomura

Rinoa's Dance Dress from Final Fantasy VIII

Rinoa's Dance Dress from Final Fantasy VIII

Rinoa's Dance Dress from Final Fantasy VIII

Rinoa's Formal Dance dress has a simple elegance. It's an off-white dress that is almost a cream color. It has a short hemline and a sheer over layer. It features a halter neckline.

The dress fits the dance scene perfectly and the dance scene is one of the best scenes in the game.

Character design by Tetsuya Nomura

Lunafreya from Final Fantasy XV

Lunafreya from Final Fantasy XV

Lunafreya from Final Fantasy XV

In chapter 9 of Final Fantasy XV, Lunafreya goes to Altissa, during this chapter she wears this formal gown.

It's a floor length column dress with an asymmetric drape and gather detail that hits at the hip.

The gown has a jewel neckline and the bodice has a wrapped detail. The back of the gown a triangle cut-out detail at the neck as well.

This gown has a 1930 design aesthetic to it.

Gown Designed by Hiromu Takahara creative director of Roen


Bonus - Lunafreya's Wedding Gown.

Also in chapter 9, you can see Lunafreya's wedding on display. This gown was no specifically designed for Final Fanrasy XV, it was product placement for Vivienne Westwood. This gown which is depicted in the game is a made-order gown from the 2015 Autumn/Winter collection and it named "Sueno."

It's a strapless ballgown with asymmetric details. Lunafreya's added some detached sleeves.

She is also seen wearing her wedding gown at the end of the game.

Since the gown wasn't design for the game itself, this is more of a shoutout.

Gown Designed by Vivienne Westwood


Lunafreya's wedding gown designed by Vivienne Westwood

Lunafreya's wedding gown designed by Vivienne Westwood

Yuna's Wedding Gown Final Fantasy X

Yuna's Wedding Gown Final Fantasy X

Yuna's Wedding Gown from Final Fantasy X

Yuna's Wedding dress is a strapless gown that is shorter in the front (to her knees) and goes into a long train.

The hem is trimmed with white feathers and on the back there are angel wings with a bouquet attach to it. She has knee high boots or stocking (pending on the scene), wrist length gloves, and a tiara.

There is a lot going on with her wedding dress that seem like they shouldn't really fit together but it somehow comes to coalesce together. Also the scene is very memorable ending with Yuna escaping.

Character design by Tetsuya Nomura

Yuna from Final Fantasy X

Yuna from Final Fantasy X

Yuna from Final Fantasy X

Yuna's normal battle costume is one the most elegance battle costumes in the entire series.

It's a combination of school girl outfit and traditional kimono. The costume has a long pleated skirt with a pink floral pattern and a high slit, a yellow obi, a soft white sash that acts as a shirt and detached kimono sleeve that have a soft ombre dye from white to pink.

There is a lot of components but they all are in perfect harmony with each other.

A lot of components is the style of Spira.

Character design by Tetsuya Nomura

Terra from Final Fantasy VI

Terra from Final Fantasy VI

Terra from Final Fantasy VI

Much like Yuna's Battle costume, Terra's battle outfit is also very elegant.

It's a short red dress that is strapless. The costume features sheer cape , tights, and ankle boots. Like many of Amano designs there are a ton of little details that gives the costume complexity and beauty.

Character Design by Yoshitaka Amano

Celes' Opera Gown from Final Fantasy VI

Celes' Opera Gown from Final Fantasy VI

Celes' Opera Gown from Final Fantasy VI

Celes wears this opera costume when she is performing in an opera. It's a cream color with heavy gold embroidery. The underskirt matches the top layer. The sleeves are three-quarters length and are flounce. The bodice, or in this case the stomacher, has purple bows on it of varying sizes. There also matching bows on the sleeves as well

This gown is styled after gowns from the 18th century. Final Fantasy needs more Rocco design elements.

The opera scene is one of the memorable scene in Final Fantasy VI.

Character Design by Yoshitaka Amano

Ashe's Wedding Gown from Final Fantasy XII

Ashe's Wedding Gown from Final Fantasy XII

Ashe's Wedding Gown from Final Fantasy XII

Ashe's wedding gown is very different than most of the formal gowns in Final Fantasy and from wedding gown as a general concept.

It's a two piece gown that has a mermaid skirt and an exposed midriff. There is a lots of details that from gold embroidery, feathers, a veil, a gold head piece and lots of jewelry components.

There is so much going on in this costume that it shouldn't work but it does and it's gorgeous.

Character Design by Akihiko Yoshida

Wallmarket Aerith from Final Fantasy VII Remake

Wallmarket Aerith from Final Fantasy VII Remake

Wallmarket Aerith from Final Fantasy VII

In the Wallmarket scene, where Aerith and Cloud dress up to save Tifa. Aerith, dons a simple yet very lovely red dress. It's floor length A-line gown that is sleeveless. This dress has been made popular by cosplayers.

Or at least that how it was when the original was the only version to have the Wallmarket scene.

In the recent remake of Final Fantasy VII, all the Wallmarket costume get an update and there are more than one costume to unlock. There are a total of 9 Wallmarket costumes, so Aerith gets three costumes.

Her "classic" red dress has gotten an update and it's now no longer simple. It's the most daring of the three Aerith's dress. It's floor length with a high slit and gathered tiers on the skirt.

It's a strapless sweetheart neckline with black detailing. She also wears two necklaces with gold star pendents.

It has a flamenco vibe.

The other two dresses that players can unlock for Aerith are both pink and are more demure but still very pretty.

Character design by Tetsuya Nomura

Garnet from Final Fantasy IX

Garnet from Final Fantasy IX

Garnet's Royal Gown from Final Fantasy IX

Princess Garnet or Queen Garnet pending on the scene, wears this costume serveral time throughout the game, most notably at the beginning and ending.

This formal gown is mostly white in color and is strapless. It is full A-line skirt with an over-skirt that has vines details which are also on the bodice. The bodice has a sweetheart neckline.The underskirt has gold details. There also handless opera gloves which also have the vine detail. She also has a lovely silver crown with green stones, upper arm cuffs and at least two necklaces (she wears one necklace at the beginning of the game and the Silver Crystal at the end).

All the elements in the costume work together to form a beautiful and royal Princess gown.

Character Design by Yoshitaka Amano

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Yuna Final Fantasy X

Yuna Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy Fans Unite

anonymous on August 16, 2012:

Yuna's costume is just amazing <3

Max Wong from Singapore on August 10, 2012:

Rinoa in Final Fantasy VIII was dancing with Squall in the ballroom to the lovely song "Eyes On Me"