The Best Outfits You Can Dye In Tears Of The Kingdom

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As you fly through The Legend Of Zelda: Tears Of the Kingdom’s Hyrule, you’ll want to make sure Link’s fashion is on point as much as possible. While the base appearance of all armor sets in the game already looks fantastic, you might be interested in adding your favorite color to your chosen set.


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You may also be interested in simply finding the best color for each set, as some sets really look even better with a nice new eye-catching paint job. There are tons of awesome outfits to paint if you put in the effort to find them all.

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10 The Hylian Kit

Link wears Hylian armor

It only makes sense to include this set because it will not only be one of the first most players get, but also a returning classic from Breath Of The Wild. There are lots of fun ways to paint the individual pieces of this kit to create a fantastic look.

One of the absolute best that people have found is to color both the hood and main tunic green while leaving the pants brown or brown. This creates a modern version of the classic Link look if you want something new but familiar.

9 Sliding set

Link in the slide suit in the video game The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom

Considering this kit is one of the most useful for gliding through the skies of Hyrule, it makes sense that you might be interested in sprucing up the look a bit. Unlike many other armor sets, this one looks fantastic with some lesser used colors like yellow, orange and pink.

Since the coloring process only applies a small amount of total coverage, the color acts more as an accent than an actual major change. Almost any color looks good with this set, so you’ll be spoiled for choice when you finally arrive in Hateno Village.

8 Yiga set

Link wears Yiga armor

Considering how often you find yourself surrounded by the Yiga Clan in this game, you’ll no doubt want to dress up like them. Since you can use this armor to find a really cool new attack, it might be in your best interest to make it yours at some point.

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The original look of the armor is great, but giving the whole kit a fresh coat of paint will set you apart from the Yig killers. There’s something great about running around as a member of the light blue Yiga clan while defeating Master Kohga over and over again.

7 Set Stealth

Link wears Stealth Armor

The Stealth Set is another set of armor returning from Breath Of The Wild, and it’s not hard to see why. The Sheikah-themed armor has become a fan favorite because of all the different ways it can make Link look like a trained ninja.

This is another set that looks fantastic in a variety of colors, but many fans have decided to paint the whole thing white to give it an Assassin’s Creed look. You can go one step further and paint the Hylian Hood white to really add to the killer vibe.

6 Complete set

Links wears charged armor

This is the first of the few armor sets that can actually completely dye Link’s hair. The overall look is relatively simple, but those looking to dress up Link in something more regal will enjoy the Charged Set.

The paint for this kit affects almost the entire design of the kit, so it might be worth painting each piece one at a time for a complete look. Additionally, you can dye Link’s hair any color you want and use it with other sets if you want to present yourself better.

5 Barbarian Set

Link wears barbarian armor

The last of the returning Breath Of The Wild armors on this list, the Barbarian Set, is one that many people love. It gives off a more evil vibe while significantly increasing Link’s attack when wearing the full set.

The coloring process changes the color that covers Link’s armor and body, allowing you to make it look like Link has painted himself with the blood of his enemies if you use the red color. You have a lot of solid choices for this set and almost any color works.

4 A set of miners

Link wears mining armor in the depths

Considering how useful the entire Mining set can be, it only makes sense to give the relatively cute armor a trip to the Kochi Dye Shop. You’ll probably be wearing your armor in the terrifying depths a lot, so it pays to make sure it looks as good as possible.

With the kit’s new color, you’ll discover that the armor has a lot more personality than you once thought. Bright colors might not seem to work on it at first, but this is another set that can really look great with any color, whatever your favorite.

3 The Ember Kit

Link looks confused in the Ember armor

This is another royal set that allows you to change the color of Link’s hair. As a much fuller suit, the dye doesn’t completely change the look of the outfit, but it does allow you to add your own personal touch.

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Don’t let the basic kit’s beautiful appearance deter you from experimenting with dyes. There are tons of great combinations and colors to choose from for this set. If you want something darker and more reminiscent of Ganondorf, go with crimson or black.

2 Frostbite Kit

Link wears the Frostbite armor in the cave

You can choose this stylish set in any color, but it really stands out if you keep it in cooler colors. Sticking to blue and purple makes the Frostbite Set look correct, but that doesn’t mean you can’t expand to other colors.

Like similar element-based kits, this armor allows you to dye Link’s hair, so you can combine the dyed top of this kit with any armor of your choice to make Link look a little more like you.

1 Mystic set

Link wears Mystic Armor

As far as armor sets go in Zelda games, this is probably the absolute best you can paint. The Mystic Set already looks fantastic without any changes, but almost every single dye you can apply manages to improve the look.

It will all depend on your personal preferences, but the hypnotic designs of the armor stand out regardless of the color you use. If Link’s style is all you’re after for Tears Of The Kingdom, this is the armor set to go for with all those Bubbul gems.

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