If you've been cracking into Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, then you may have noticed that you can actually give Cal a variety of new looks. Yes, he doesn't always have to wear the same, dust-colored poncho the entire time. You too can turn this into Fashion Order if you try hard enough, and if you have our Fallen Order outfit material guide to hand. 

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Outfit Material Guide

So, want to spice up your life? We'll tell you where to find the different outfit materials in the game so that you can change up your look. We've listed the different variants below along with their location and how you can pick up the requisite materials to get crafty:

  • Pathfinder Outfit - Bogano - You'll want to start out from Binog Mesa. You might remember from previous travels here that there's a large arena here which you can only get to by wall-running. Keep left, and take a leap of faith to see some a cluster of enemies who are hanging out around a chest. Kill them to loot the chest and get the Pathfinder outfit material.
  • Outlaw Outfit - Dathomir - You'll want to start in the Nightmare Ruins. You're going to be sent round to the start of the ruins if you follow the path as mandated, and you'll see some stairs in the distance. Nip past a gap in the wall that's on your right and you'll eventually reach the Outlaw outfit material chest. 
  • Pilot Outfit - Kashyyyk - Start out in the Gnarled Heights and there's gonna be a giant log just kicking around in the middle of the canopy of trees. Head to it, then look directly down and you'll see a little woody bit to hop down on. Hang left from there and you'll see the Pilot outfit material chest.
  • Guardian Outfit - Zeffo - Start out from the Abandoned Village and make your way for the highest point in the village. Once you're parkouring on the roofs, you're going to be nipping over to the door in the side of the cliff, and it'll be tough to miss the chest containing the Guardian outfit material.

Now that you've got our Fallen Order outfit material guide in hand, you're going to be able to pick up these alternate looks with no problem. Need a hand with anything else in Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order? Check out the following tips and tricks: