No need to travel to a galaxy far, far away this Halloween . Save yourself that long intergalactic flight and dress in Star Wars garb.
If you're a lady of the Force, don't fret: you're not limited to just Leia and Queen Amidala (although those are very viable options). Try a female version of Han Solo, Luke, or even the Millennium Falcon on for size! In the gallery, we've got tons of costume inspiration from the best Star Wars cosplay this side of the galaxy!
[Princess Leia ]
[Queen Amidala ]
[Han Solo ]
[Millennium Falcon ]
The princess wears her hair in two braided side buns except, of course, when she's enslaved. Her costume consists of one long dress with wide sleeves and a high neck. The dress is belted at the waist.
Princess Leia and R2-D2
You can always accessorize with an R2-D2 baby.
Luke and Leia
An even better accessory? Your twin brother!
Leia was, unfortunately, enslaved by Jabba the Hutt in Episode VI. The metal bikini hasn't been the same since. Start with a black bikini and add gold accents with spray paint, then use a maxi skirt (cut a high slit on the right side) as the bottom.
The elaborate Queen Amidala costume is always a challenge. The headpiece is very intricate, but with gold spray paint and some papier-mâché, you can do anything.
This girl . . . nailed it.
Sith Anakin Skywalker
Not surprisingly, Anakin wears dark garb when he goes to the Dark Side. He wears a black leatherlike sleeveless tunic, cinched by a utility belt, over a long-sleeved black t-shirt with billowy sleeves. His pants are a darkish brown, and his shoes are black boots. A long hooded robe is necessary.
Luke's garb is quite simple. This young Jedi dons a white tunic, a utility belt at the waist, khaki pants, and tan boots.
Obi-Wan must be bearded.
This is an incredibly good use of cardboard and gold foil.
You could always go the dress route and sew together a simple gold shift.
Darling Amy  is selling this supercute, handmade Han Solo pinafore for $85.
Loving this female take on our favorite scoundrel!
For maximum scoundrel-ness, show a bit of chest hair.
The glowing eyes of this Tatooinian are too good!
Chewbacca and Han Solo
This ingenious cosplayer assembled a furry hood, vest, and shorts, then made her shoulder bag into a bandolier!
This cosplayer has great fur bracelets.
Stormtrooper, Ewok, and Han Solo
This Ewok is very committed to staying in character.
Fact: babies make terrific Ewoks.
This knitted, grown-up Ewok is pretty good, too.
I cannot explain in words how amazing this Millennium Falcon cosplay is. Spaceship ring? Spaceship hairpiece? Spaceship tutu? I can't.
This Knight of the Old Republic has beautiful ornamentation on her hood and gown.
The Jedi historian is a vision in white.
The Rutian Twi'lek Jedi Master is recognized by her blue skin and blue ponytail-like tails atop her head.