About this mod

High resolution rustic clothing texture overhaul for Skyrim. Available in several resolution options.

Permissions and credits
RUSTIC CLOTHING  is a high resolution clothing texture overhaul for Skyrim. Every piece of clothing in the game is covered. The main file is labelled
RUSTIC CLOTHING - COMPLETE. This download contains all the clothing in the base game + all the DLC. The underwear is also included. One simple download for people who own all the DLC.

If you don't own all the DLC, then you can download the individual files for the content that you do have. The base game clothing is available in the RUSTIC CLOTHING - SKYRIM file. Each DLC has it's own file, and the underwear is found in the optional download section.

Many thanks to Supertin for putting this lovely showcase video together

now comprises every clothing related texture found in the main "clothing" folder.  I decided to be a completist, and redo even wearable items weren't technically clothing. That's why I retextured the bandit/fur armor, even though it really belongs in the armor textures... but that's Bethesda organization for you. I also retextured the "minor" items of the bandages and the wounds (which are found on the dead body of Susanna the Wicked in the Windhelm graveyard), even if they aren't truly clothing. With the latest update, the Masque of Clavicus Vile, the Execution Hood, and Ulfric's Gag have been added. At last, I can say that RUSTIC CLOTHING is complete.

An overhaul of this size takes quite a bit of hard drive and VRAM space, so I endeavored to make the 2K and 2K-1K options more performance friendly. Since the hands and feet are the smallest body parts, I figured that I could reduce the normal maps for the footwear and gloves without negatively affecting the appearance of the 2K option. This shaves over 18MB from the file. The 2K-1K download is further optimized, since now the diffuse textures of the gloves and footwear have also been reduced for this option. This removes almost 29MB from the file.

There are added clothing textures included for kryptopyr's Clothing and Clutter Fixes mod. You will need her mod installed to be able to use the female Ulfric outfit, and the new color variations for the Monk hoods.

ATTENTION: This mod only contains textures, NO MESHES and NO ESP. These textures have exactly the same layout as the original Bethesda textures, so they will work with any mesh replacers you may be using (as long as they work with the original textures). Also, if you have interest in this mod, then I recommend that you enable the "tracking" button, so you will be notified when there's an update.

REQUEST: If you like this mod, please don't forget to endorse it. This is important, because it lets mod authors know whether their endeavors are resonating with the public or not. Few people will take the time to leave a comment, but anyone who downloads can take a second to click on a button.


Though these are "rustic" in nature, the emphasis was placed on enhancing the texture of the fabric, leather, and metal, but the dirt and grunge were actually reduced from the vanilla textures. Stains are fine in my view, as are holes and other wear, but Bethesda's clothing tends to go beyond stained to "never been washed." I don't believe that the Nords never cleaned their clothes, so I made the stains look more natural... what is left behind after washing, rather than opaque splotches all over the fabric.

I make my textures an appropriate size so there's a consistent level of detail across the entire outfit. It's not a simple matter of 4K, 2K, 1K, etc... the complexity of the texture has to be considered. If a texture has many parts to it (like the dress) it might warrant a larger texture. Something like the boot, that's made up of only a few parts, doesn't need as high a resolution to look detailed.

As always, choose the download option that suits your particular setup. For those who can handle it, a 4K diffuse texture is available for the main outfit, with a 2K boot and 1K headpieces. Normal maps are reduced in size to save VRAM with the "4K" version. There is also a 2K version, which matches the standard sizes of the high resolution packs. 


For all things "Gamwich"... Here's a link to all my mods: GAMWICH MODS