How to Change Outfits in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee

How to Change Outfits in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee

Here's how you can easily change your clothes and outfits in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.

You can actually find a ton of costumes and outfits for your character in Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu, and Pokemon Let's Go Eevee. You can even find some outfits for your main companion creature that follows you. In this Pokemon Let's Go outfits guide, we'll be walking you through how to change outfits in Pokemon Let's Go whenever you want.

How to Change Clothes in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee

When you first start out in either Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu or Pokemon Let’s Go Eevee, you’ll be given the standard outfit that you can see just below. From here, as you embark on your journey, you’ll unlock various other character outfits that you can equip.

The first case of this is when you board the S.S. Ann in Vermillion City. Speak to the sailor waiting just outside this ship itself, and he’ll give you the sailor outfit. From here, to change outfits in Pokemon Let’s Go, you’ll have to pause the game by pressing X, and scroll over to the ‘Bag’ option.

Once you’re in your bag’s inventory, select the ‘Clothing Trunk’ option, and you can choose between kitting out you, or your Pikachu/Eevee, depending on which version of the game you purchased.

By selecting the option to choose an outfit for your character, you can equip different items, mixing and matching between outfits. You can choose between hats, outerwear, pants, shoes, and a bag, changing up between your regular outfit, and other outfits that you’ve earned through playing the game (like the sailor outfit).

And that’s all there is to switching outfits in Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu and Eevee. Now that we’re done here, you can head over to our page on how to change nicknames in Pokemon Let’s Go, so you can change the names of your Pokemon on the fly.

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