If Luke Skywalker is the center of the Star Wars galaxy, then Rey is his twin sun. The similarities between the two characters aren’t coincidental. Both outliers, they make their ways through the story to become the key to their respective stories. Rey is clearly the leader for a new generation of Star Wars fans. First revealed in Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Rey will once again be leading the Resistance when late 2017 sees the release of Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
This is all a way of saying: awesome choice to be Rey for Halloween! This year’s options for Rey costumes are somewhat thin. We’ve narrowed this list to five: three for adults and two for kids, and they’re presented to represent the options from each movie that features Rey. The main difference between the costume look from The Force Awakens and The Last Jedi is, largely, the darker shading, and more grey, in the Episode VIII (Jedi) gear.
If you want to get pumped up for the upcoming film, take a look at our list of The Top 10 Best Star Wars: The Last Jedi Halloween Costumes. It includes the very cool trailer. To get a bit deeper look into the new look for Rey, take a look at a Star Wars fan’s YouTube channel.
May the Rey be with you.
1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens Child’s Rey Costume
This is the costume that was featured when Rey was first introduced to the universe, as it’s the version from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This one includes the jumpsuit with attached apron, detached sleeves and a belt. There are a few great accessories you could add to the mix, including leg wear that features Rey’s name and picture; an eye mask and hood; or Rey’s staff.
Price: $16 (price varies per size)
2. Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi Child’s Rey Costume
From The Last Jedi, this is an officially licensed costume from Rubie’s, which is a family business that’s been making costumes for more than 60 years. The costume includes a jumpsuit with attached wraps and boot tops, the belt, the cuff and two arm warmers (oversleeves). If you want to include the Rey wig and a lightsaber, check out this bundled option, which does cost a bit more.
3. Star Wars The Force Awakens Adult Rey Costume
There are a ton of great reviews for this costume, which is from Rey’s first appearance, which was in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This officially licensed costume from Rubie’s includes deluxe top, elastic waist pants, detached sleeves, cuff, and belt with pouch. This one has a lighter color than the version from Jedi. For possible accessories, take a look at this canvas side bag or this eye mask with hood.
Price: $25.34-$89.92 (depending on size selected)
4. Star Wars The Last Jedi Deluxe Women’s Rey Costume
This is the look from The Last Jedi. Darker colors, more grey. This deluxe option comes with the top and its attached wraps, the pants with attached boot tops, a cuff, the two arm warms and the belt (with the holster). Once again, this is from Rubie’s and it is an officially licensed costume. If you want to complete the look, you can go for this deluxe Rey The Last Jedi bundle, which has the costume but also includes the wig and the lightsaber. If you just want the wig, go here. If you just want Rey’s staff, go here.
Price: $28.50-$111.93 (depending on size selected)
5. CG Women’s Rey Fancy Cosplay Costume
This is the only costume of the list that is not made by Rubie’s. This one is elevated a bit, in that it uses better materials and is possibly more suited to cosplay than the other options. This one includes the shirt, pants, bag, belt (2), cuff and two oversleeves. The materials are cotton and leather. One of the reviewers talked about the high quality, calling it “One of the best quality costumes ever…cannot compare to any of the other brands being sold online.”
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