All colors and patterns should match the reference photos. Fleece, flannel, spandex, and any other shiny fabrics will not be accepted unless stated otherwise.
- The main body of the flight suit is a dark red/cocoa brown (hex code 28191e) and is sleeveless
- The fabric used is a matte stretch twill, scuba knit, ponte, or cotton and should be tailored to fit the wearer and not be baggy.
- Over the flight suit is a dark pink neck seal that covers from top of the neck to just below the armpits. The front has a seam that runs the length of the front. The seam is covered at the bottom edge just above the chest by a diamond shape. Inside the shape is a dark red/cocoa brown piece, the same color as the flight suit, that is split by a seam that is angled at the top and bottom and centered in the middle matching photo references.
- The back of the dark pink neck piece is split by the brown ridge armor at the shoulders in an inverted v shape and continues to about half way down the back matching photo references.
- Acceptable materials for the neck seal are leather or leather-like material, or suede that matches the thigh chaps
- A taupe armored underbust corset is worn over the flight suit.
- There are six sections to the armor on the corset. The front center of the corset is covered in a rust brown ridge (hex code 652c25 for Irish Coffee is color used) in a horizontal ribbed pattern that starts under the bust and forms a v at the belly button.
- There are two armored pieces that start midway down the ridge and follow the “v” contour of the corset ending in joined sections at the bottom of the corset.
- There are two armored sections at the top of the corset that run from the edge of the rust brown ridge around to the back.
- The other two armored sections run from the outside of the taupe v contoured pieces and wrap around to the rust brown ridge on the back.
- There is a rust brown ridge on the back of the corset that runs from the shoulders in an inverted v shape and widens until about half the length of the back, matching photo references.
- Acceptable corset materials are fabric, leather, or Sintra, Kydex, PVC, ABS, Styrene, Fiberglass, Metal, Fiberglass or resin coated paper board, Worbla is only allowed for adding additional details to armor plates as it is not strong enough on its own. Any visible EVA foam is not allowed. EVA foam is only allowed as backing for other materials as long as it is not visible.
- The taupe corset piece should be the same color as the gauntlet, shin plates, and boot plates
- There are thigh high chaps that are dark pink matching the color of the neck seal
- The thigh high chap angles down starting at the outside of the lower thigh and angles toward the knee to form a trapezoid knee pad.
- The top of the chaps at the thigh, are higher on the outer thigh, and starts a rectangular shape then angles across the front of the thigh to the inner thigh, then angles down in a rectangular shape.
- Acceptable materials for the chaps include leather, leather-like material, or suede.
- There are short dark pink gaiters that cover from above the ankle to the top of the shin armor.
- There are taupe shin plates that start at the ankle underneath the rolled edge of the spat and rise to just below the knee and angle to the center of the inside and outside of the lower calf.
- There are boot spats that are the same dark pink as the neck seal
- These spats have a rolled cuff at the top. They cover the bottom of the gaiter and shin plate. The spat extends down over the top of the boot and has a strap on each side that secure under the boot.
- Ankle high dark pink boots with a matching thigh chap, the same color as the neck piece
- There are also 3 plates on the boot that are taupe. These plates cover the tips of the boots, a rectangular plate that covers the top of the boot, and small rectangular heel plates.
- High heel/stiletto boots are not acceptable. Wedge and chunky style heels are acceptable. Maximum allowed height for heels is 1″ or 2.54 cm.
Gloves/wraps/arm specific accessories:
- Gloves are long dark red/cocoa brown gloves that reach to above the elbow in a rounded cuff. The color and fabric should match the base fabric used on the flight suit.
- There is a taupe gauntlet on each arm that is approximately ⅔ the length of the forearm. Centered on the top of the left gauntlet there is a cutout section approximately 1 ½ inches wide with six red buttons grouped at the near the top of the gauntlet. Gauntlets must be made from approved armor material.
- Westar 35 blaster with silver on the main barrel and handle and black on the raised portion of the sides. The blaster should be weathered appropriately to match reference photos.
- Soniee has long brown hair pulled back in a high bun at the back of her head and a loose bit of hair that is tucked behind her ear on the left side.
- Soniee also has a gray head piece that is approximately 1 inch wide that runs from just above her ears around the back of her head under the bun in her hair.
- If a wig is used, it should be of good quality and seem like real hair. A lace front wig is recommended.
Quality of Armor/Prop Material:
All armor parts and props should have no visible construction methods including but not limited to Bondo, putty, filler, 3D print lines or sanding marks. All finished parts should have an even and smooth finish. Paint that has bled under taped off sections must be cleaned up and not left unaddressed. Only parts that are supposed to be crude within the Star Wars universe such as bone or other organic materials, cracked leather, hammered metal, severely weathered parts, etc. are exempt.
All painted parts should have an even and smooth finish. Rushed, excess paint resulting in runs, uneven, and orange-peeling paint jobs will not be accepted.
The use of 3D printed parts for armor and weapons is allowed. The 3D prints must be sanded and/or filled as such so that no visible print lines remain
Acceptable Armor Material:
Fiberglassed/resined paper board
Worbla is only allowed for adding additional details to armor plates as it is not strong enough on its own.
Any visible EVA foam is not allowed. EVA foam is only allowed as backing for other materials as long as it is not visible.
If unsure, please contact an Applicant Team member for clarification.
Acceptable Armor Attachment Methods:
Screws (if visible, screw head must be filled and sanded smooth)
Leather and nylon strapping may be exposed.
Elastic strapping must be concealed EXCEPT on knees, elbows, and “Boba Thongs” where they must be color matched to flight suit.
Unacceptable Armor Attachment Methods: