This page lists costumes, polymorphs, and skins from the Crown Store Showcase.
Alliance Rider OutfitEdit
This courier's costume features a sharp studded leather doublet displaying your Alliance's color and heraldic symbol. The appearance of the doublet automatically conforms to your character's Alliance affiliation. Ride proudly!
Ancestral Homage Formal GownEdit
"There's nothing wrong with showing some healthy gray skin while paying homage to the Ancestors," says Voldsea Arvel about her stunning new formal gown. "The Ancestors won't mind, and your current incarnation deserves to be seen!"
Ancestral Honor GarmentsEdit
"Praxis mandates fine silk shirtings when attending our weekly Ancestral Homage ceremonies," says designer Estinwe of Shimmerene, "Show pride in your heritage with this shimmering update of a classic, time-tested pattern."
Arvel's Ashland AttireEdit
Though it also looks superb in a Great House drawing room, the outer layers of the Voldsea Arvel's Ashland Attire ensemble are of tightly-woven kresh fiber that just sheds ash and soot, so you can look like a lord even in an ash storm!
So you'd rather be a wandering Ashlander than one of those stuffy Great House Dunmer? The costumes in this pack replicate the garb of the nomadic Ashlander tribes of Morrowind, including the travel and hunting clothes of the Mabrigash tribe, and the armor of the Kagesh. May the Good Daedra watch over you!
Aurorans are idealized humanoid Daedra mainly in the service of Meridia, the Lady of Infinite Energies. Their armor usually appears golden in tone, but since they come from the Colored Rooms, they could be of any hue.
The Blood-Forged SkinEdit
Breton Hero ArmorEdit
This costume pays tribute to a legendary Breton hero of the Daggerfall Covenant, one who fought in Cyrodiil to uphold the ancient ideals of the Second Empire. Now you can honor this nameless rogue by adopting his intimidating outfit.
"Brilliance" Brocade RobesEdit
For the Orc who aspires to impress, this season Borzighu of Coldsnap Clothiers offers rich fabrics in subtle shades, accented with gold and steel to convey an indelible image of wealth and power. "It's wholly contemporary and urbane," says Borzighu, "but it still says, 'I have the power of a Clan Chief.'"
Budi-Shirt and GalligaskinsEdit
Samsu the Sleek says, "This season in Mistral we're tightening up the traditional billowing budi to give it a more streamlined silhouette, and shortening it the better to show off our breeze-catching galligaskin trousers. So comfy!"
"Buoyant Gentility" EnsembleEdit
"I've woven some of Lord Vivec's austere elegance into this outfit, my tribute to the Tribune," says Voldsea Arvel. "Soiree tonight in St. Delyn Plaza? In your new 'Buoyant Gentility' garb, you'll be a Vvardenfell vision!"
City Isle Tunic DressEdit
Trying to keep it simple without looking like a slob? Designer Diocletia says, "For a true Imperial, simple does not mean unsophisticated. Our City Isle Tunic Dress is inspired by the elegant lines of Second Empire attire, but updated with a contemporary bias cut."
Corseted Riding OutfitEdit
Practical but stylish! Lady Eloisse, the designer, says, "A Breton woman likes to add a touch of feminine flair to her otherwise practical clothing. She wants her attire to say she's a lady, no matter what she's doing."
Cyrod Gentry's Town GownEdit
Unbuckle that grimy armor and slip into something elegant! "Tailored from sheerest linen, as daring as it is discreet, this aristocratic town gown is suitable for Cyrodilics of either sex," says the renowned Diocletia of Skingrad. "Whether you're dining or dancing, shopping or just showing off, this is for you."
Cyrod Patrician Formal GownEdit
Had enough of slumming it with the commoners? You'll look every inch the aristocrat in this formal wrap gown from Diocletia of Skingrad, paired with a splendid gorget of hammered gold dripping with Imperial diamonds. Get haughty!
Far from town, temple, and market, those of ill intent meet in secret conclave to importune the forces of darkness for power and mastery. Behold here the dire raiment they don for this fell purpose. To wear such vestments is to express a longing for darkness and chaos.
Doeskin-and-Chamois Woods WearEdit
According to Stitchmaster Moneriel, the Garb-Spinner of Elden Root, "Covering yourself from head to toe makes perfect sense … if you're a stuffy old Breton! Ha! But you'll feel free and easy in any social situation in this light doeskin-and-chamois affair accented with turquoise and sea-beads."
Dragon Priest CostumeEdit
Once, it is said, a cult of Dragon-worshippers ruled all of northern Tamriel. Their leaders were Dragon Priests, cruel clerics of great power who hid their faces under magical masks. Now you can assume the semblance of these legendary and awe-inspiring magi. Because a visage that instills terror in all who behold it is a great conversation-starter at parties.
Dragon Warrior CostumeEdit
Tales have come down to us from the legendary time of the Dragons, when it was said that some Nords were born with actual Dragon blood in their veins, and were called something like Kyne's Doves, or Dove-Kin. Now you can wear the look of these legendary Dragon Warriors, horned helm and all!
Join the legions of the undead and crawl from the tomb with this magical illusion that transforms your appearance into that of a long-dead Nord. Icy skin, vacant undead eyes, and ancient Nord armor complete the look—no one will be able to tell it's you!
Dread Anka-Ra PolymorphEdit
When Emperor Tarish-Zi returned out of the mists of the past, his ancient warriors rose from the dead to serve him as the stony Anka-Ra, undead that seemed hewn from rock itself. You want people to take you seriously? This could be a good look for you.
"Elder Council" Tunic and SashEdit
Inspired by the majestic and imposing attire of the Imperial Elder Council, this tunic and sash ensemble by Diocletia of Skingrad is suitable for high-profile occasions from the formal to the celebratory. Dress like a Tharn, and show off the proud heritage of the Empire!
Elven Hero ArmorEdit
This costume pays tribute to a High Elven hero of the Aldmeri Dominion whose deeds in Cyrodiil in the Alliance War are legendary. Now you can honor this nameless Altmer by adopting her epic appearance.
"Eternity" Tunic with PantsEdit
In Orsinium these days, even the busiest tusker likes some flair in his clothing—and nothing says "modern Orc" like a bias-cut-placket tunic from Borzighu at Coldsnap Clothiers. "This outfit," he says, "is one for the ages!"
Of course you need armor when you're monster hunting or dungeon crawling, but if you're attending an exchange of Oaths of Mara, or just hanging out with your guildies in the tavern, some elegant civilian attire might feel more comfortable. This handsome evening dress is appropriate for events anywhere in Tamriel.
"Ever Damp" Reed-Fiber KiltEdit
Now you can avoid the embarrassing vexation of dry-scale thigh-chafing with the new "Ever Damp" kilt-of-reeds, available from leading designer Jaxa the Hermit in every Argonian's favorite color: mud-brown! (Though of course you can dye them else-wise, O egg-sibling, should such be your whim.)
Even the toughest Nord warrior prefers to fight for Skyrim while looking good. This classic Nord kilted jerkin outfit projects the confidence and authority of a Falkreath fighting clan chief—complete with the traditional horned helmet!
Graht-Climber's Active WearEdit
The famous Wood Elf tailor known as Stitchmaster Moneriel says, "We all have days when we have to climb the graht-oak to clean the house-pod gutters. Does that mean you have to dress like a frump? Of course not! Look trim and stylish in my latest halter-and-skirt outfit from Elden Root!"
Grazelands Gentlemer FarmerEdit
"Just because you're reclaiming the wastelands from the barbaric Ashlanders doesn't mean you have to dress like a savage," says Davon's Watch designer Voldsea Arvel. "You're a proud House Dunmer, so why not look like one?"
High-Collared Coin Ball GownEdit
Bretons like to display their wealth through their apparel, as shown by the rich fabric and glistening ornamentation of this outfit designed by Lady Eloisse of House Manteau. "The coins are both decorative, and symbolic of one who has achieved a certain status in the world."
High Rock Pioneer Outfit=Edit
"Even a rugged pioneer of the borderlands can show some distinctive Breton style," says Lady Eloisse, lead fashion designer of House Manteau. "Our traditional linen shirt is stylish, durable, and suitable for any occasion!"
"Holiday in Balmora" OutfitEdit
"With the growth of Balmora, sport hunting in Morrowind has a new capital," says designer Voldsea Arvel. "Whether you're pursuing nix-oxen or hunting hive golems, dress for the chase in these luscious leathers!"
Imperial Battlemage PackEdit
What's more intimidating than an armored spellcaster? Command respect with three different armor sets as worn by the Imperial Battlemages of Cyrodiil, from the sensible field outfit of the Battlemage Scout Captain to the magnificent gilt armor of the Battlemage Palatine.
Imperial City Temple TunicEdit
Those who venerate the Eight Aedra as defined by Saint Alessia follow a proud tradition that dates back to the founding of the First Empire of Cyrodiil. As designer Diocletia of Skingrad says, "In this shimmering satin confection, you'll look your best while pouring out a libation to the Divines—or just toasting your friends at the corner tavern. Class always tells!"
Imperial Officer PackEdit
Sneer at those barbarians from the provinces while garbed as an Imperial officer! This pack includes costumes of three different armor sets as worn by Tribunes and Centurions of the Imperial Legions. Hail the Red Diamond!
Kinlord's Alinor AttireEdit
Even if you're not a kinlord, every High Elf is a noble at heart, and wants something in his wardrobe suitable for attendance at Alinor's Royal Palace. This majestic Elven ensemble is just the thing!
Mages Guild PackEdit
Hunt for lore books in style in clothes that declare your membership in the prestigious Mages Guild! This costume pack includes some of the most commonly-seen Guild uniforms, including research robes, legging outfits, and formal robes.
Marshlord Formal Bugshell RobesEdit
For the Saxhleel who dares to scintillate, reclusive genius Jaxa the Hermit presents this season's must-have formal-wear, the multi-layered Marshlord robe set, sewn with the shiny shells of thousands of tiny swamp insects. Majestic!
This skin gives the wearer the appearance of those tragic mortals whose will and mentality have been stolen by Molag Bal. It's a popular look this year for those dressing up to attend Witches' Festival parties.
Moon-Sugar Festival SuitEdit
"When the Moon-Sugar cane is ripe for harvest, and Jone and Jode are both waning crescents, it's time for the sweetest festival of the year," says designer Samsu the Sleek. "This Festival Suit blends five different silks so you'll look shiny and sharp!"
Naryu's Morag Tong CostumeEdit
Naryu Virian, the Morag Tong assassin, is nothing if not practical, and her functional, stealth-friendly leather armor provides vital protection without compromising her agile acrobatics—or sharp good looks.
Nedic Warrior PackEdit
Go ancestral! In Tamriel, ancient doesn't mean primitive. This costume pack includes three examples of the distinctive armor of the long-lost Nedes, drawing from the historical tribes of the Keptu, the Duraki, and the Perena.
Planning to attend a soirée with the important and the self-important? This elegant satin dress is the last word in aristocratic sophistication. Suitable for occasions anywhere in Tamriel where refined splendor is called for.
Wondering what the best-dressed Tamrielic gentleman is wearing this season? Concerned that you might be out of place or out of style? Worry no more! Show some class with this opulent yet restrained aristocrat's ensemble for the high-toned and the haughty.
Nord Hero ArmorEdit
This costume pays tribute to a legendary Nord warrior of the Ebonheart Pact. Now you can honor this nameless hero of the Alliance War by adopting his savage appearance. Cyrodiil enemies, beware!
Nordic Knot Doublet and BreechesEdit
"Nordic Knot designs symbolize the heritage of the people of Skyrim," says designer Jork of Windhelm. "This upscale ensemble pays tribute to that tradition, and looks sharp even on those not lucky enough to be Nords."
Off-the-Shoulder Evening DressEdit
Lady Eloisse of House Manteau offers this traditional Breton evening dress. As she puts it, "Ostentation is vulgar, but true elegance never goes out of style!" Whether you're entertaining or being entertained, this is the outfit for you.
Nothing says "Stop right there, criminal scum!" like the uniform of a Mournhold Ordinator! This pack includes the classic Ordinator armor as seen on the Tribunal's meanest enforcers, plus the uniform of the Hands of Almalexia, and the elite Night-Raid armor worn when the moons are new for midnight round-ups of heretics and drunken Nords.
Pirate Costume PackEdit
The pirates of the Abecean Sea are among Tamriel's fiercest sea raiders—and they have a style all their own, which you can adopt when you don these jaunty and rakish costumes! This pack comes with three outfits, from basic sea rover attire to a buccaneer first mate's rig! And you can display your body art with pride, as these are costumes designed with your tattoos in mind.
Priest of the GreenEdit
In Valenwood they're called Spinners; in High Rock, Vicars of Jephre. Wherever they go, the traveling priests of Y'ffre the Storyteller are respected as holy defenders of nature and the natural world. And if bandits are sacrilegious enough to pose a threat to them, their clothing enables them to blend gracefully into the background and pass unmolested.
Pumpkin Spectre PolymorphEdit
Speaking of the Witches' Festival, that's when the hedge wizards summon the vision of the Pumpkin Spectre, a horrific figure that looks like it stepped out of a skooma-induced nightmare! And with this costume, the wearer can take on the semblance of these dread monsters. (2015)
Shor's bones! A Pumpkin Spectre is like a horrific figure from a skooma-induced nightmare! And with this costume, the wearer can take on the chilling semblance of these dread monsters. (2016, 2017)
You wish to maintain a low profile and yet exude competence, sexy coolness, and undeniable predatory intimidation all at once, yes? Then this one advises investing in a Queen's-Eye Spymaster costume and then flipping a coin in the tavern's dark corner.
Rawhide-Laced Riften JerkinEdit
Jork the Tailor-Thane says, "Summer may be short in Riften, but when it finally comes the Nords greet it with open arms. And how better than in this patterned sleeveless jerkin, accented with rawhide laces?"
Reeve's Formal AppearanceEdit
No one has more respect for their Ceremoniarchy and its functionaries than the High Elves: dignity and a high self-regard are the watchwords of an Altmeri Reeve. This outfit represents the Summerset administrator in all his glory!
Renegade Dragon PriestEdit
Sure, Dragon Priests were evil overlords who ruled mortals in the name of tyrannical Dovah, but what a fashion sense they had! Now you can adopt the appearance of the Renegade Dragon Priest from Scalecaller.
Rumare Waterfront Casual WearEdit
Though inspired by the raffish attire of roustabouts on the Imperial Waterfront, this casual outfit is made of the finest materials, and according to designer Diocletia, it's a superior choice for daytime wear in any of the Imperial City's six districts.
Sand-Kissed Salwar EnsembleEdit
Explaining his latest fashion creation, designer Sar'aq says, "It's hot in the Alik'r Desert; in our environment, women prefer light clothing that lets cooling breezes reach the skin. But I mean to show that comfort and refinement are in no way incompatible!"
Scarecrow Spectre PolymorphEdit
Another Witches' Festival favorite. The dark magic that makes a spectre animate a scarecrow is thought to be related to those spells that create lurchers from spriggans. Wherever they come from, this costume enables the wearer to look like one of those wicked Scarecrow Spectres! (2015)
'Tis the season when terrible tales come to true life! The dark magic that makes a spectre animate a scarecrow is thought to be related to those spells that create lurchers from spriggans. Wherever they come from, this costume enables the wearer to appear to be one of these Scarecrow Spectres. (2016)
'Tis the season when terrible tales come to true life! The dark magic that makes a spectre animate a scarecrow is thought to be related to those spells that create lurchers from spriggans. Wherever they come from, this costume enables the wearer to assume the guise of one of these Scarecrow Spectres. (2017)
Seyda Neen Jodhpur EnsembleEdit
"Don't think, just because they're involved in trade, that the folk of House Hlaalu don't know how to dress," says Davon's Watch couturier Voldsea Arvel. "This grand new outfit I designed for them combines practicality with genuine House Dunmer class."
Shrike's Nocturnal FrockEdit
Do you like to keep to the shadows, yet long for a striking look of your own? This will give you something to crow about! Any admirer of the Prince of Night and Darkness will appreciate this eye-catching costume.
Soiree in Camlorn Evening SuitEdit
Lady Eloisse says, "The highborn Breton prefers clothing that is elegant but austere, harkening back to the High Rock tradition of knightly orders, militant but chivalrous. This trim doublet looks sharp whether you're a Sir or a Dame. Bright metallic points highlight the buckles and trim."
Solitude Stevedore's JerkinEdit
"The Nord stevedores who work the docks below the great stone arch of Solitude have a style all their own," says Jork the Tailor-Thane of Windhelm. "They take what they like from travelers arriving from all over Tamriel and make it their own. Now you can, too!"
"Song of the Night" EnsembleEdit
A Redguard lady's formal wear, like this ensemble by Sar'aq of Sentinel, is made of light fabric designed to be both beautiful and impressive, a constant reminder of the wearer's heritage and grace. As Sar'aq says,
This pack includes costumes in various states of raggedness. When the Soul-Shriven arrive in Coldharbour, they are garbed in cast-off armor and clothing taken from the dead. It can be a useful look: sometimes you just want to keep a low profile, and let your enemies underestimate you.
Even if your background isn't Imperial, if you admire history's greatest warriors, you'll want to honor Pelinal Whitestrake with this costume from our Midyear Mayhem, the celebration that commemorates the deeds of the Star-Made Knight.
Stealthy Rogues PackEdit
Fade into the shadows with three costumes any roguish sort will want to get their hands on. Featuring outfits worn in-game by Naryu Virian and Crafty Lerisa along with the Covenant Scout set, you'll have the right outfit for whatever stealthy escapades you embark on.
Summit Lord's Silken RobesEdit
For the stylish town Orc, Borzighu the Tidy Tailor of Orsinium has decided the watchwords this season are "restrained elegance." As he puts it, "We are, at last, proud to be Orcs. Strut your Orcish heritage with style!"
Telvanni Master WizardEdit
Lesser mages are often surprised to find that the typical apparel of a Telvanni Master Wizard is more stately than ostentatious. The truth is, Wizard Lords such as Divayth Fyr have no need of gaudy display. Their power lies elsewhere.
Telvanni Wizard-Lord RobeEdit
The Wizard-Lords of the Great House Telvanni measure themselves by magical power rather than by ostentation or display, so the design of their robes is relatively simple and restrained. Don't be fooled: these are the garments of powerful sorcerers.
If you're the kind of alchemist who specializes in venoms and poison-making, you'll invest in special protective garb to keep from being poisoned by your own experiments—or else! And if your clients are just a little bit intimidated by your creepy attire, all the better.
The serious treasure hunter knows it's really all about the gear. Whether you're exploring subterranean catacombs, ancient ruins, or a shattered shipwreck, when you run into an obstacle, you want to have the right tool at hand. This outfit will tell everyone who sees it that you're a loot-hound who means business.
Treethane Ceremonial DressEdit
"Some occasions call for formal wear," says Stitchmaster Moneriel of Elden Root. "You may have to clothe yourself in stately attire to attend an important event, but fear not—you can still turn heads from trunk to treetop in my thousand-beaded ceremonial dress!"
"Upriver" Striped Sash-KiltEdit
Be the best-dressed lizard in the xanmeer in this striped reed-fiber kilt with over-and-under shoulder sashes! Alternating panels of mud-brown and sandbar say loudly and proudly, "Do you wallow? Kaoc! So do I!"
Wayrest Suede Doublet EnsembleEdit
"There's no reason why everyday wear has to look frumpy!" says Lady Eloisse, Couturier of House Manteau. "A man likes to look good when he's at his trade, and what looks better than a sharp suede doublet over fitted velveteen breeches?"
When planning a special occasion you'll remember for the rest of your adventuring career, deciding what to wear is not the least important matter. This dashing ensemble is perfect for exchanging Rings of Mara—or for surviving a wild skooma party. Because you know, style over substance.
Don the Werewolf Lord polymorph, and show them who's the big dog! Wear Hircine's Gift with pride as the savage leader of the lycanthrope pack. Time to howl! (2017)
Whisperweft Gala WearEdit
"A Redguard lady's clothing can be elegant and ornamental, while still light enough to keep the wearer cool during the heat of the day," according to Sar'aq of Sentinel. "In this attire, you'll float through the room like a zephyr!"
Winter Scouts PackEdit
Are you seeking adventure in the continent's north woods? These costumes replicate those worn by wilderness scouts in northern Tamriel, including those of the Orcs of Wrothgar, the Pact Nords of Eastern Skyrim, and the non-aligned Nords of Western Skyrim.