15 November 2017 - 16:12

Here's our guide to purchasing Super Mario Odyssey's costumes

Every single purchasable costume, and how much they'll cost you.
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When it comes to the series' inaugural Nintendo Switch release, Super Mario Odyssey is an amazing Super Mario title for the console. Mario is back with a world that's bigger than ever before, with plenty of new features to check out. And the game's open-world gameplay, as well as its sentient sidekick cap called Cappy, add plenty more ways to explore Mario's world.

One new feature? Custom costumes. Mario can now dress up in a variety of outfits, from safari gear to Princess Peach's white wedding dress. Granted, some costumes aren't available for purchase in-game, and others are available strictly through grabbing an amiibo. Others have to be unlocked through collecting Power Moons. But if you're looking to save up your gold and purple coins for a special costume, here's what you can grab in each kingdom.

Cap Kingdom

Black Top Hat and Black Tuxedo

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These two items are some of the first ones available in Super Mario Odyssey, and it doesn't take long to purchase them. Grab them from the Crazy Cap Shop. The hat costs five purple coins, whereas the tuxedo will run you 10.

Cascade Kingdom

Boxer Shorts

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This is one of the first costumes available, but it will cost you. In order to let Mario run around freely in his boxers, you'll have to pay 1,000 gold. Just stack up on coins and splurge to receive a half-naked Mario. Grab it from the Crazy Cap Shop after reaching the Cascade Kingdom.

Caveman Headware and Outfit

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A rather fitting costume for this kingdom's pre-historic vibe, you can pick these up at the Crazy Cap Shop. Spend five purple coins for the cap, and 10 for the outfit itself.

Sand Kingdom

Employee Cap and Uniform

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Interested in dressing up like a Crazy Cap employee? Unlike most of Super Mario Odyssey's outfits, this one can be purchased with gold coins, and it's relatively affordable. Pick up the Employee Cap for 50 gold coins and the uniform for 150.

Sombrero and Poncho

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Over at the Sand Kingdom, the Sombrero and Poncho can be picked up from the Crazy Cap Shop for 5 and 10 purple coins, respectively. This outfit featured prominently in pre-release promotions for the game, including the original Nintendo Switch launch trailer.

Cowboy Hat and Outfit

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One of the pricier options available in the Sand Kingdom, this outfit will dress Mario up like a Wild West cowboy. Grab the hat for 20 purple coins and the rest of the outfit for 25. Both are available at the Crazy Cap Shop.

Lake Kingdom

Fashionable Cap and Outfit

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Mario always has good tastes in outfits, and the Fashionable Cap and Outfit is no different. Both items are pretty cheap, too. Pick up the cap for 50 gold coins and the outfit for 150.

Swim Goggles and Swimwear

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Anyone interested in a swim? Pick this outfit up in the Lake Kingdom together to look like a fashionable star. The goggles cost five purple coins, whereas the swimwear itself is 10.

Wooded Kingdom

Explorer Hat and Outfit

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One of the most appropriate costumes for the entire Wooded Kingdom, this one dresses Mario up like he's on a safari adventure. Grab the hat for five purple coins and the outfit for 10.

Mechanic Cap and Outfit

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One of the cheaper options available in this kingdom, this outfit dresses Mario up like a mechanic, complete with a backwards baseball cap and all. The cap itself costs 50 gold coins, with 150 for the outfit.

Scientist Visor and Outfit

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Easily the most expensive option around in the Wooded Kingdom, this outfit dresses Mario up like he's a scientist. Grab the visor for 20 and the rest of the outfit for 25.

Lost Kingdom

Aviator Cap and Outfit

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The only purchasable costume available in the Lost Kingdom, this one dresses Mario up like a pilot. Grab the cap for five purple coins and the outfit for 10.

Metro Kingdom

Builder Helmet and Outfit

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Going back to his working-class roots, this one dresses Mario up like he's on construction duty in New Donk City. Grab the helmet for five purple coins and the outfit for 10.

Golf Cap and Outfit

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Ah, golfing. Mario knows a thing or two about that. Grab his cap for 20 purple coins, and his outfit for 25. It's a bit on the pricier side, but it's worth it.

Black Fedora and Suit

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Feel like going for a classy outfit? This one is just the right pick. And it's cheap, too. Grab the fedora for 50 gold coins and the suit for 150.

Snow Kingdom

Snow Hood and Suit

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The only costume available in this kingdom, and it'll keep Mario warm on other levels too. The hood costs five purple coins, and the suit is 10.

Seaside Kingdom

Resort Hat and Outfit

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One of the cheaper costumes available at the Seaside Kingdom, spend five purple coins for the hat and 10 for the outfit.

Sailor Hat and Suit

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One of the most expensive costumes in the entire kingdom, but this one is worth it. Grab the hat for 20 purple coins and the suit for 25.

Pirate Hat and Outfit

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Is there ever a reason not to dress up like a pirate? The hat will cost you 50 gold coins, and the outfit itself clocks in at 150.

Luncheon Kingdom

Painter's Cap and Outfit

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Mario Paint, anyone? Grab the cap for 20 purple coins and the outfit itself for 25.

Chef Hat and Suit

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It's the Luncheon Kingdom, after all. Pick the hat up for five purple coins and the suit for 10.

Clown Hat and Suit

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One of the cheaper options inside the Luncheon Kingdom, this outfit can be bought through gold coins. Grab the clown hat for 50 coins and the clown suit for 150.

Bowser's Kingdom

Happi Headband and Outfit

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If you're unfamiliar with the happi, this is a Japanese garment worn to festivals. Pretty neat, huh? Pick up the headband for 20 purple coins, and the outfit for 25.

Samurai Helmet and Armor

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Dress up like a warrior with this costume. The helmet will run you five purple coins, with the armor clocking in at 10.

Moon Kingdom

Space Helmet and Suit

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One of the few costumes purchasable in the Moon Kingdom, this one will cost you five purple coins for the helmet and 10 for the suit itself.

Football Helmet and Uniform

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Because there's nothing more fitting on the moon than football. Luckily, this one is cheap. The helmet costs 50 gold coins and the uniform is 150.

Mushroom Kingdom

Skeleton Suit

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For this costume, you'll have to beat the game first, then collect 9,999 gold coins and spend them all on the suit. Better get cracking. And yes, this is by far the most expensive outfit in the entire game.

Classic Cap and Suit

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Talk about a throwback look. This outfit dresses Mario up like his classic NES days. Spend 50 gold coins for the cap and 150 for the suit.

Mario 64 Cap and Suit

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Interested in dressing up as Mario in one of the best Super Mario games around? This outfit will turn Mario into the model that the original game used. Pick up the Super Mario 64 cap for 15 purple coins and the suit for 20.

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