Skyrim:Clothing

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This page describes the mundane (non-magical) clothing items in Skyrim. Generic Magic Apparel details most magical clothing with the rest found at Specialty Gear; the category Skyrim-Clothing provides lists of all the individual pieces of clothing in the game. Clothing items do not provide any armor; wearing them doesn't improve the armor rating.

ClothesEdit

These cover both your upper and lower body, and cannot be worn along with primary armor.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Belted Tunic
(0001BE1A)
1 2
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Blacksmith's Apron
(0005B69F)
1 8
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Blacksmith's Apron
(0006FF37)
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Chef's Tunic
(0001BC82)
1 8
"{{{alt}}}" Child's Clothes DB
(xx03c819)
1 4
  • These are worn by Aeta.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(000209A6)
1 2 Worn by Hilde, Muiri and Mikael.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0003452E)
Worn by Ysolda and Sven.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(00017695)
This set of clothes includes a hat.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(000261C0)
Sold at the Radiant Raiment.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0006C1D8)
Sold at the Radiant Raiment.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0006C1D9)
Sold at the Radiant Raiment.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0006C1DA)
Sold at the Radiant Raiment.
"{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(000F1229)
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0005B6A1)
5
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0006FF38)
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0004223C)
10
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Clothes
(0006FF45)
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Clothes
(000CEE80)
1 35
Fine Clothes DB
(xx0376df)
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Clothes
(00086991)
40
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Clothes
(000F8713)
45
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Clothes
(000F8715)
50
"{{{alt}}}" Fur-Trimmed Cloak
(0008698C)
1 100 Worn by Jarl Korir of Winterhold, Jarl Idgrod Ravencrone of Hjaalmarch, and Thane Bryling of Solitude.
"{{{alt}}}" Hammerfell Garb
(0007BC19)
1 5
"{{{alt}}}" Miner's Clothes
(0006FF43)
1 2
"{{{alt}}}" Miner's Clothes
(00080697)
"{{{alt}}}" Mourner's Clothes
(000646A7)
1 2
"{{{alt}}}" Noble Clothes
(0005DB7B)
3 100
"{{{alt}}}" Refined Tunic
(000E84C6)
3 100
  • Worn by Siddgeir of Falkreath.
  • Cannot be obtained without console commands or modding.
"{{{alt}}}" Party Clothes
(000E40DF)
1 25 See Quest: Diplomatic Immunity.
"{{{alt}}}" Radiant Raiment Fine Clothes
(000E9EB5)
1 55 Sold at Radiant Raiment during Fit for a Jarl.
"{{{alt}}}" Ragged Trousers
(0008F19A)
1 1
Ragged TrousersDG
(xx00E9EB)
This type of Ragged Trousers is a bloody version added by the Dawnguard add-on.
"{{{alt}}}" Redguard Clothes
(000E0DD0)
1 5 Worn by Nazir.
"{{{alt}}}" Roughspun Tunic
(0003C9FE)
1 1
"{{{alt}}}" Tavern Clothes
(000D191F)
1 2
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Wedding Dress
(00088956)
1 50 Worn by Vittoria Vici in Bound Until Death.

RobesEdit

These cover both your upper and lower body, and cannot be worn along with primary armor.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}" Black Robes
(00106661)
1 5
Black Robes DB
(xx0376da)
1 5
"{{{alt}}}" Blue Robes
(000A199B)
1 5
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" College Robes
(000D3DEA)
1 10 Only the first variant (000D3dea) can be obtained. They can be found and bought in Radiant Raiment.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" College Robes
(0010D6A5)
"{{{alt}}}" Emperor's Robes
(00015516)
1 100
"{{{alt}}}" Green Robes
(0010CFF0)
1 5 Cannot be obtained in the original version of the game. If Hearthfire is installed, it can be received as a gift from adopted children.
"{{{alt}}}" Hooded Black Robes
(00107108)
1 5
"{{{alt}}}" Hooded Blue Robes
(0010710A)
1 5 With Dawnguard installed, it is worn by a dead adventurer found at Deep Folk Crossing.
"{{{alt}}}" Hooded Monk Robes
(00107106)
1 5
"{{{alt}}}" Mage Robes
(0006B46B)
1 5
"{{{alt}}}" Monk Robes
(000BACF3)
1 5
Monk RobesDG
(xx01570c)
Worn by the prelates in the Forgotten Vale.
  • These are invisible in your inventory and add to your weight by one and can not be viewed on your character even if equipped by the console.
"{{{alt}}}" Ragged Robes
(00013105)
1 1
"{{{alt}}}" Red Robes
(0010CFF2)
1 5 Cannot be obtained in the original version of the game. If Hearthfire is installed, it can be received as a gift from adopted children.
"{{{alt}}}" Vaermina Robes
(000E739B)
5 10 Two can be found inside Nightcaller Temple. They are also found on Vaermina devotees within the temple.

See Quest: Waking Nightmare.

HoodsEdit

These cover your head, and cannot be worn along with any helmet.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}" Alik'r Hood
(0007BC1A)
0.5 2
"{{{alt}}}" Chef's Hat
(0001BCA7)
0.5 1
"{{{alt}}}" Cowl
(00017696)
1 1
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Hat
(000CEE84)
0.5 25
"{{{alt}}}" Hat
(000330B3)
0.5 1
"{{{alt}}}" Hat
(000330BC)
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Hat
(000209AA)
"{{{alt}}}" Hat
(0004223B)
4
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Mage Hood
(000D3DE8)
1 1 Sold by Colette Marence. Can be looted off of random thief encounters on the roads of Skyrim.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Mage Hood
(0010D6A6)
Cannot be obtained.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Mage Hood
(0010D6A7)
"{{{alt}}}" Mourner's Hat
(000646AB)
0.5 1
"{{{alt}}}" Ragged Cap
(00013104)
0.5 1
"{{{alt}}}" Redguard Hood
(000E0DD2)
0.5 2 Worn by Nazir.
"{{{alt}}}" Temple Priest Hood DB
(xx03b04e)
2 25
"{{{alt}}}" Wedding Wreath
(0008895A)
0.5 10

ShoesEdit

Includes all non-armor versions of boots. These go on your feet and cannot be worn with armored boots.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(0001BE1B)
1 2

Other footwear with same name of "Boots" include:

  • One enchanted pair of boots found in the Arch-Mage's Quarters; these enchanted boots are documented on their own page.
  • Armor boots worn by Dremora; these are documented with the other Dremora Equipment, but cannot be looted or equipped by the player.
"{{{alt}}}""{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000209A5)
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000261BD)
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(0003452F)
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(0006b46C)
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000D1921)
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000BACD7)
3
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000C5D12)
Boots DB
(xx0376d9)
4
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000E0DD4)
3
BootsDG
(xx01570b)
Worn by the prelates in the Forgotten Vale.
  • These are invisible in your inventory and add to your weight by one and can not be viewed on your character even if equipped by the console.
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(0004223D)
4
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(00080699)
"{{{alt}}}" Boots
(000C36E8)
"{{{alt}}}" College Boots
(0010E2CE)
2 0 Only equippable through the console.
"{{{alt}}}" College Boots
(0010E2DC)
"{{{alt}}}" Cuffed Boots
(000CEE78)
1 25 Worn by Jarl Elisif the Fair and High King Torygg.
"{{{alt}}}" Cultist Boots DB
(xx037b8e)
1 25
"{{{alt}}}" Dunmer Shoes DB
(xx03705a)
2 25
  • The enchantment type for the shoes is incorrectly assigned to use body enchantments.
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Boots
(00086993)
1 20
"{{{alt}}}" Fine Boots
(000CEE82)
25
Fine Boots DB
(xx0376de)
"{{{alt}}}" Footwraps
(0003CA00)
1 1 Typically worn in conjunction with the Roughspun Tunic. The second type of Footwraps is a bloody version added by the Dawnguard add-on.
FootwrapsDG
(xx00E9EA)
"{{{alt}}}" Fur-lined Boots
(0005DB7E)
1 25 Three pairs can be found in the East Empire Company Warehouse.
"{{{alt}}}" Mythic Dawn Boots
(000B1460)
1 15
"{{{alt}}}" Party Boots
(000E40DE)
0 25 See Quest: Diplomatic Immunity.
"{{{alt}}}" Pleated Shoes
(0008698E)
1 25 When viewed in the inventory, these are visually identical to the unique-named pair worn by Ulfric Stormcloak.
"{{{alt}}}" Ragged Boots
(00013106)
1 1
"{{{alt}}}" Redguard Boots
(0007BC15)
1 3
"{{{alt}}}" Shoes
(00018801)
0 2
Shoes
(0005B6A0)
Shoes
(000E80A8)
Shoes DB
(xx03c81a)
  • These are worn by Aeta.
"{{{alt}}}" Shoes
(0005B69E)
2
"{{{alt}}}" Temple Priest Boots DB
(xx03b04b)
1 25
"{{{alt}}}" Thalmor Boots
(00065BAC)
1 10
"{{{alt}}}" Wedding Sandals
(00088958)
1 20 See Quest: Bound Until Death.

GlovesEdit

These go on your hands and cannot be worn along with gauntlets or bracers.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}" Gloves
(000261C1)
0.5 1
"{{{alt}}}" Mythic Dawn Gloves
(000B145B)
1 25
"{{{alt}}}" Thalmor Gloves
(00065BB3)
1 10

RingsEdit

All of the following rings (except the Bone Hawk Ring) can be crafted at forges; the linked pages provide details on the materials necessary to craft the items.

You may wear only one ring at a time. The ring will be visible on your character's right pointer finger as long as you are not wearing certain types of gauntlets.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}" Bone Hawk Ring DG
(xx011CF5)
0.25 75 Can be found in Volkihar Keep in Harkon's quarters, up the stairs from the torture set along the left wall before the door to the coffin, locked in a display case.
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Ring
(0003B97C)
0.25 30
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Ring
(0001CF2B)
0.25 75
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Garnet Ring
(000877AB)
0.25 160
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Amethyst Ring
(000877A7)
0.25 180
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Ruby Ring
(000877B1)
0.25 260
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Sapphire Ring
(000877CB)
0.25 500
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Emerald Ring
(000877CA)
0.25 700
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Diamond Ring
(000877C9)
0.25 900

AmuletsEdit

All of the following amulets can be crafted at forges; the linked pages provide details on the materials necessary to craft the items.

You may wear only one amulet or necklace at a time. The necklace will be visible if you are wearing certain types of clothing or armor.

Name (ID) Weight Value Notes
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Necklace
(0009171B)
0.5 60
"{{{alt}}}" Bone Hawk Amulet DG
(xx01AA0B)
1 100 Two can be found in Volkihar Keep:
  • One in Harkon's quarters, up the stairs from the torture set along the left wall before the door to the coffin, locked in a display case.
  • One in the coffin room along the far back wall, locked in a display case.

Forging these requires materials dropped by Bone HawksDG as well as leather strips.

"{{{alt}}}" East Empire Pendant DB
(xx024fa4)
0.5 25
  • Found in East Empire Company strongboxes throughout Solstheim. A list of all locations can be found here.
  • Can be sold to Fethis Alor for the repeatable quest Pain in the Necklace.
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Necklace
(000877D5)
0.5 120
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Jeweled Necklace
(00087834)
0.5 380
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Jeweled Necklace
(00087835)
0.5 485
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Ruby Necklace
(000877DC)
0.5 550
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Sapphire Necklace
(00087832)
0.5 580
"{{{alt}}}" Silver Emerald Necklace
(00087833)
0.5 830
"{{{alt}}}" Gold Diamond Necklace
(000877F1)
0.5 1200

CircletsEdit

When worn, circlets (including all enchanted circlets) occupy a special "circlet" body part slot. Most helmets and other headgear occupy both the "circlet" and "hair" body part slots; meaning that, in general, circlets cannot be worn with any other headgear. Similarly, most hooded robes occupy both the "circlet" and "hair" body part slots in addition to the "body" part slot. However, there are a handful of bugged items that occupy only the "hair" and not the "circlet" body part slot, allowing them to be worn simultaneously with any circlet:

The Aetherial CrownDG, Wedding Wreath, and all Dragon Priest Masks occupy only the "circlet" body part slot, and can therefore also be worn simultaneously with any of the aforementioned bugged items. Note that wearing two pieces of armored headgear, even if both are the same weight, negates the armor bonuses from the Well Fitted and Custom Fit perks. Various bugs that allow multiple head items to be equipped are fixed by the Unofficial Skyrim Patch.

Unlike rings and amulets, circlets cannot be made by the player at forges.

Name (ID) Weight Value
"{{{alt}}}" Copper and Onyx Circlet
(000166FF)
2 50
"{{{alt}}}" Copper and Moonstone Circlet
(00016730)
2 100
"{{{alt}}}" Copper and Ruby Circlet
(00016731)
2 150
"{{{alt}}}" Copper and Sapphire Circlet
(000166FE)
2 200
"{{{alt}}}" Silver and Moonstone Circlet
(000166E0)
2 250
"{{{alt}}}" Jade and Sapphire Circlet
(0001671A)
2 300
"{{{alt}}}" Jade and Emerald Circlet
(000166D6)
2 350
"{{{alt}}}" Silver and Sapphire Circlet
(00016719)
2 400
"{{{alt}}}" Gold and Ruby Circlet
(000166FD)
2 450
"{{{alt}}}" Gold and Emerald Circlet
(0001672F)
2 500

NotesEdit

  • Unlike in previous Elder Scrolls games, shirts, pants, and skirts are mixed together into a single "Clothes" item to optimize gameplay. It allows more NPCs to be in one place at the same time and reduces the chances of clothing glitches, mislabels, and errors.
  • Additional clothing, which cannot normally be obtained and/or used by the player, is listed at Unobtainable Items.
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