Best Clothing Mods for Skyrim on Xbox One


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In this list, we’re going to show you the Top 10 Best Clothing Mods available for Skyrim on the Xbox One. These are mods which might change existing clothes and outfits, or add new ones to the game.

This list won’t just contain clothing either, as we’ll also cover a few armor sets. 

All the links below link back to the Bethesda website where they can be downloaded, and the list below is in no particular order. We’ve covered many more lists of Skyrim Mods for Xbox One!

10: Cloaks and Capes

First up is Cloaks and Capes, which adds a Fur Cloak and Linen Cape into Skyrim. There are 8 different variants of the cape, with each one being a different color/material. For the cloak, there are 5 variants available. These items can be enchanted, and Factions will also have their own unique capes. 

9: Bandolier – Bags & Pouches


The Bandolier mods offers new ways of storing and carrying items without breaking immersion in Skyrim. Technically, they do count as a clothing mod. The smallest of pouches will provide an additional 25 carry weight, with the highest (the large bandolier) giving an extra 100. Once installed, you can begin crafting the new items at a tanning rack.

8: Black Mage Armor

Next is the Black Mage Armor, which is a standalone armor mod for Skyrim. It includes multiple variations, including Cloth, Light and Heavy versions. All of which can be enchanted and upgraded. Once installed, you can begin crafting these new items at a Forge.

7: Face Masks of Skyrim

Another great clothing mod is Face Masks of Skyrim. It adds a single face mask (shown on the image above) which comes in 8 different variations. These are Back, Blue, Brown (leather), Green, Purple, Red, White and Yellow. It’s compatible with all races, although not recommended for Orcs due to clipping. To craft it, use a Tanning Rack.

6: Imperial Outfits

This next clothing mod makes a few changes to Skyrim. Firstly, it adds a heavy cape which as a fur hood. It also makes some changes to the Imperial Outfits, revamping them so that they have both capes and pants. The developer states that Skyrim is a cold place, so overall, these should feel a bit more realistic. 

5: Guard Armor Overhaul

If you want to overhaul the guards clothing in your Skyrim game, then look no further. This mod will replace all guard armor with heavy and light versions, as well as add some Elite armor. The aim of this mod is to bring some diversity to Skyrims guards, as well as make them look more equipped to defend the towns and cities, as well as from the harsh elements.

4: Skyrim Outfitters

Another mod which adds carry weight to Skyrim in an immersive way is ‘Skyrim Outfitters – Backpacks for adventuring’. When first crafted, you’ll be granted an additional carry weight. Although after some serious upgrading, the Backpack will be able to provide you with an extra 100 in total. There’s also a few variations to choose from, whether you want the standard backpack, or to show off the Mythic Dawn Symbol.

3: Draconic Armor

Draconic Armor is a new set of armor in Skyrim, crafted by the Ancient Dragonborn of old. It can be crafted at a smithing forge, and isn’t the easiest of items to craft. As well as the full set of armor, there’s also a Draconic Greatsword. 

2: Jedi-Sith Armored Clothing

This clothing mod adds both Jedi and Sith themed outfits into Skyrim. They are compatible with both male and female characters, as well as all races. For the Jedi outfits, there are 3 types available, which are Padawan, Jedi Knight and Jedi Master. Whereas for the Sith, there’s Master and Apprentice variants. They can be enchantable too.

1: Armor & Clothes Overhaul

Finally we have the Armor and Clothes Overhaul Retexture mod. It retextures all vanilla clothes and armor items in Skyrim. There’s also some changes to Daedric Armor and the Thief Guild Armor. This mod is a culmination of other mods, which will aim to replace the textures of each item to make them more realistic, as well as be a higher resolution.

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