One of the greatest draws of Final Fantasy XIV is its vast system of glamour. For those unfamiliar, it’s basically a skin that overwrites a character’s armor.
Wearing one means you still look cool even with mismatched armors. Most of them can be purchased with FFXIV Gil or made by a player. You may need to farm a currency or win a minigame to get the others.
After all, people are entitled to their own preferences, and what some people consider fashionable may not be for you. Still, most of this FFXIV glamor is versatile enough to mix and match to suit your tastes.
Here are the most popular Final Fantasy XIV charms:
Show off with these stylish skins
Although it is not really glamorous, this armor attracts the attention of many players. It’s the only one that glows in the dark – something quite unique across all of the clothing choices in the game. You can get it by farming Pyros Crystals in Eureka and trading them through the Expedition Artisan .
Unfortunately, only about three of the sets are cool. Those for the Tank, Dragoon, and Casters all look great. The others, not so much. Then again, you might still be after the light effect. Still, the other sets are quite disappointing.
Calf leather rider jacket
This leather jacket would suit many outfits and give your character a slight edge. Otherwise, it can become frisky or slick depending on the type of clothing you have paired it with. It’s sleek, chic, and versatile enough to fit many styles.
Having the full set is also an option for a leather ensemble that rocks the punk look. You can craft one of these jackets from Leatherworking or buy it from the Market Board. Prices vary by server.
Neo-Ishgardian armor looks sleek and sleek. If you ever want to attend a fancy dinner party but raid a dungeon later, this is the look you need. All in all, these sets are great for all grades. Depending on the dye you use, you can even change the overall vibe of the outfit.
You can craft them or get them from the Market Board. Prices vary wildly depending on what class you’re heading into and what server you’re on.
This formal white jacket doesn’t quite make you look like a Moogle, despite the name. However, it is a stylish and flexible piece that you can match with various other clothes. Its versatility with different garments and other dyes makes it a great addition to your wardrobe.
The Kupo Jacket can be priced up to 100K FFXIV Gil on the Market Board as players cannot craft it.
Lastly, this laid back, laid back jacket is one of the most desirable outfits in the game. It goes well with most bottoms and shoes, plus it gives a laid back and relaxed vibe to the character. These are the clothes you would wear for hanging out with friends.
This can be costly on the Market Board as prices can go up to 1.5 million Gil. If you get the first prize in Kupo of Fortune from Ishgardian Restoration, you can get it.
Creating a character is sometimes the hardest part of the game. Players can spend hours going back and forth over eye color, hair length, facial features, body type, and more. It’s almost a genre of game unto itself at this point. Beyond that, these FFXIV glamors are like an extension of character creation.
While you can’t change your character’s characteristics (except maybe your hair color and length), you can still change their clothes and fashion. It’s an expression of what you like and what goes well with your character.
Dressing up can also enhance the role-playing aspect of the game. Dressing to impress doesn’t just apply in the real world. This can also apply to game worlds. Having certain types of mirages gives specific impressions to other players.
Of course, the more glamors you have, the more combinations you can create for Gold Saucer fashion reports. The more varieties you have, the more likely you are to score 80 or higher. This, in turn, can help you earn more MGP for various Gold Saucer rewards.
Final Fantasy XIV is available to play on Windows PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5. You can check out our review of the latest expansion Endwalker here! (We recommend it!)