How to customize outfits in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl – all clothes Styles
The Sinnoh remakes offer different clothes called Styles, allowing you to customize your character’s appearance. Here’s how to change your Trainer’s outfits in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl.
Gen VI’s X & Y on the Nintendo 3DS paved the way for Trainer customization, offering clothing, hairstyles, and different eye colors for the very first time. Sun & Moon followed suit in the next Generation, and then Sword & Shield in November 2019.
Updated November 25, 2021, with new outfit images.
- How to customize outfits in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl
- All clothes Styles in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl
To switch outfits in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl, you first need to make your way to Veilstone City. This can be accessed after you’ve defeated the second Gym Leader, Gardenia, in Eterna City.
- Once you’re there, head to the Metronome Style Shop.
- Here, you can purchase different Styles to customize your character’s appearance.
- You can also switch to DLC clothing here, such as the Platinum Style, as well as any outfits that you already own.
All of the available outfits for Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl are shown below – and there’s a fair few different Styles to change into for your Trainer.
From the default ‘Everyday Style’ through to special Eevee, Gengar, and Pikachu-themed outfits, the customization options has something for everyone:
|Lucas & Dawn’s Style Appearance||Style||Cost (Pokedollars)|
|Everyday Style||Free – Starting Outfit|
|Pikachu Hoodie Style||98,000|
|Eevee Jacket Style||98,000|
|Gengar Jacket Style||98,000|
|Summer Style||Unlocks after defeating the Champion|
|Leather Jacket Style||120,000|
|Platinum Style (limited time DLC)||Pre-order bonus|
|Super Contest Outfit||Wearable at Super Contests|
So, there you have it – everything you need to know about how to change outfits and customization in Pokemon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl.
For more guides and walkthroughs to help you on your journey throughout Sinnoh, check out these:
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