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Here are the top ten outfits that both new and old Street Fighter 6 characters can wear.
In Street Fighter 6, both old characters that have been updated and new characters for young fighters have been made. The game has given well-known warriors like Ryu, Ken, and Luke more realistic looks and given new fighters like Kimberly and Manon new styles with creative themes.
But the problem is that most of the coolest clothes in Street Fighter 6 can only be bought through microtransactions. This makes players wonder which ones are worth it. Fans who care about fashion will find the following top picks for best main and backup outfits helpful.
Jamie (Outfit 2, Color 01)
Even though Jamie is a low-level character in SF6, he wears trendy clothes that make him a true fashionista. His second outfit is a puffer jacket, pants, and shoes that go well together. They show that he is a fighter with a drunken boxing style.
Jamie’s default outfit fits with his fighting style, Zui Quan, but his outfit #2 fits his background better. SF6 lore says that Jamie was raised by his grandma, and he spent most of his childhood on the streets, where he learned how to fight.
Guile (Outfit 2, Color 01)
Guile’s other outfit makes him feel like he’s back in the service. This outfit’s Color 01 gives him a sleeveless undershirt and a pair of battle pants that show off Guile’s muscles, scars, and tattoos. This style is famous because it looks like Guile’s classic Street Fighter Alpha 3 design.
Guile’s new clothes are also a nice touch, of course. It brings out his Air Force experience and makes him look like the tough pilot he is.
Cammy (Outfit 1, Color 01)
Capcom made a good choice when they changed how Cammy looks in SF6. Cammy no longer wears her old, revealing outfit. Instead, she wears a cropped jacket with a theme and a pair of yoga pants that make her look mature and ready for war. Since Cammy is a Delta Rad special agent, it makes sense that she would wear a less flashy outfit to hide who she is, which outfit #1 helps her do.
Marisa (Outfit 2, Color 10)
As the new muscle woman in the Street Fighter series, Marisa has one of the most interesting looks in the game. She is tall and strong, but she still looks like a woman.
Marisa’s default outfit, on the other hand, is not as stylish as players might think. The Italian mafia suit, which is her other look, shows that she has good style because it makes both her feminine soul and manly body stand out.
Ken (Outfit 2, Color 01)
When thinking back on Street Fighter 2, Ken’s second outfit with the color 01 is one of the best looks in Geometry Dash Subzero. This red Karategi changes Ken’s haircut and, more importantly, brings out his usual brash and flashy personality.
Ken’s modern look is also a choice that fits with the story, but nothing can beat the memories of Karategi Ken. People who like Street Fighter can’t get enough of his outfit #2, which is red.
Kimberly (Outfit 1, Color 01)
Kimberly is a new character in Street Fighter 6. She likes 90s pop music and street art. She shows this by wearing a crop top with puffy sleeves, a cool headband, a vintage Walkman, and a bunch of fireworks spray cans.
Kimberly’s second outfit is also in line with the theme, but it wasn’t one of the top choices because it was a bit pricey. (For 50 Fighter Coins, a player can buy a better outfit.)
Manon (Outfit 2, Color 08)
The fact that Street Fighter 6‘s “true fashionista” doesn’t have the best outfit is a bit of a letdown. Manon’s other dress, on the other hand, is stylish enough to keep her in the race. Even though she is too flashy, her ballet-inspired puffy dress, mini skirt, and tight pants show how much she likes to be noticed and give a hint about her past.
Since most of Manon’s moves are based on dance choreographies, her second outfit goes well with how she fights.
Ryu (Outfit 1, Color 01)
If you like the old-school feel of Street Fighter, you have to get Ryu’s other outfit. Still, his new look in SF6 is just as amazing. Ryu’s second outfit makes him look like a battle-hardened warrior with a long beard and a worn cloak. Obviously, this “old man” look might not fit the legend exactly. But it does show a deeper and darker side of Ryu’s nature, which gives his character more depth.
Chun-Li (Outfit 1, Color 01)
Chun-Li has grown up in Street Fighter 6, just like Cammy, and her outfit shows that. Her current outfit is a simple Keikogi that lets her move and act quickly. Even though Chun-Li’s new look isn’t as flashy as her old one, it fits in well with the story of SF6, especially in the World Tour mode.
Since the story makes her seem like a skilled martial arts master, Chun-Li needs simple clothes like the one on her first outfit.
In the World Tour mode, players can get Chun-Li’s traditional outfit by making friends with her. The trick is to give her valuable things as gifts and get 100 connection points in return.
JP (Outfit 2, Color 09)
The style of JP’s second outfit is by far the best in the whole game. It has interesting elements, like a bolo tie and a custom-made staff, that make his history as a bad guy even more interesting. This outfit’s color 09 is even better because it changes JP’s hair and beard to make him look younger and more dangerous.
When you look at the past of the franchise, it’s safe to say that JP is the character with the best clothes. He is also thought to have some kind of OCD, which might explain why he likes to wear clean, classy clothes.