Final Fantasy 7 Remake not only does it keep the part of the game from the original that shows Cloud in a dress, but Cloud, Tifa, and Aerith have three different dresses to wear when they go to meet Don Corne. The clothing that each character wears is the result of side quests that players did in certain chapters before reaching this part of the game. Events that affect clothing options start as early as Chapter 3, so it helps if players know which clothes are best and how to get them.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Final Fantasy 7 Remake.]
When Aerith and Cloud see Tifa being taken to Don Corne Final Fantasy 7 Remake, they decide it’s too dangerous for her to go alone and prepare to join her. Corneo is the crime lord and ruler of the Wall Market in Sector 6. Every night he chooses a “bride”, and Tifa becomes one of the bride candidates for the opportunity to interrogate Corneo, who recently sent some of his men after Barret. Since Aerith and Cloud decide to join her for safety reasons, they have to find a way to become bride candidates themselves to make sure nothing happens to Tifa and they can get answers from Corne.
Corneo made a deal with Shinra, evil FF7 company that is crucial to the game’s story, but Cloud, Aerith, and Tifa must get dressed before they can find this information. Of the nine dresses available, Tifa offers the most player control, while Cloud’s are more difficult as some of the variables that go into deciding which dress to wear remain unknown. Dresses range from plain to extravagant. If players take the time to unlock them all, they will receive an achievement titled “Dressed to the nines.”
#9 – Tifa’s Refined Dress
The ability to choose Tifa’s dress takes place in the scene titled “I’m finally here” which is unlocked if players complete all side quests in Chapter 3 as a mercenary for hire. Played in Sector 7, home of Avalanche FF7 Remake, after Cloud leaves to collect his paycheck. If players choose the refined option in the scene, the result is a rather plain cocktail dress. Its most prominent feature is that it is very revealing. Out of the nine dresses, this one isn’t that unique and Tifa’s other options suit her better.
#8 – Aerith’s pink summer dress
If players complete two or fewer side quests in Chapter 8, Aerith will wear a simple, pink summer dress. Similar to Tifa’s cocktail dress FF7 Remake, this one is more on the casual side. Aside from a little floral design on the neckline and some silly fabric on the shoulders, this dress is very modest compared to the other character designs in FF7 Remake and not as attractive as the other clothing options also in the game.
#7 – Aerith’s Pink Halter Dress
If players complete three or four side quests in Chapter 8, Aerith wears a pink dress with a halter neckline. This dress is very similar to Aerith’s summer dress in overall design, with a lot of sparkle found in the neckline and hemline. In addition to the neckline, the hem of this dress is gathered. It’s short in the front and then gets longer as it reaches the back, creating a cape-like image. On the plus side, this dress would allow mobility for escape FF7 Remake Whispers, which often attack Aerith.
#6 – Cloud’s Simple Black Dress
If the player does not do any side quests FF7 Remake chapter 9, then Cloud will be wearing this layered dress complete with bows that tie his braids. This dress is two-tone with an inner and outer layer, both of which are simple in design. The biggest highlight that this dress offers is in the white part of the sleeve that flares out, and the bow is located at the waistline.
If players are looking for the fastest way through the Wall Market section Final Fantasy 7 Remake, this would be the most preferred option. Since there are no side quests to complete for this dress, it saves time to choose Cloud’s simple black dress in FF7 Remake. Also, players can still see the hive scene regardless of what dress Cloud is wearing.
#5 – Tifa’s sports dress
U FF7 Remake‘s “I’m finally here” scene, if the player selects the sports option, Tifa will wear a cheongsam. This dress is fitted with a leopard print and a large flower on one shoulder. Instead of her usual hairstyle, Tifa has her hair tied in two side buns.
This dress for Tifa is reminiscent of Chun-Li’s outfit from Street Fighter. The design of this dress is more focused on the fit and accessories rather than the embellishments on the dress itself, which creates a blend of sportiness and elegance. Tifa has changed a bit FF7 Remake, but she still has the fighting style of a brawler. The cut of this dress allows her the mobility to defeat her enemies in style.
#4 – Cloud’s Lavender Dress
Players who complete all of Madam M’s side quests in Chapter 9 Final Fantasy 7 Remake will see Cloud donning a full gown with lots of ruffles and a tiara on top. Where the default dress for Cloud is on the plain side, this dress is much more elaborate. It’s also the only dress in which Cloud doesn’t wear braids.
The lavender fabric also has a metallic quality to this dress. The skirt for this dress is wide and layered, and for someone like Cloud who makes a living fighting in the FF7 Remake, it’s probably awkward to move around while wearing it. However, there are plenty of details that might catch Don Corne’s eye.
#3 – Aerith’s Red Dress
Players who complete all the side quests in Chapter 8 will see Aerith in her red dress. This is the closest thing to the dress Aerith wears in the original FF7, but updated to match the higher quality graphics in the remake. The fabric looks like a velvety quality, which gives an impression of elegance. The top of the dress is fitted, but the skirt rises with layers of ruffles and has a slit on one side to reveal her leg. There isn’t much embellishment on the dress other than the bow on the back, which allows the fit to take center stage.
#2 – Tifa’s exotic dress
Choosing an exotic option in “I’m finally here” resulting in what is perhaps the most unique option Final Fantasy 7 Remakethere are nine dresses. This dress is a black kimono with a short skirt and a couple of red embellishments added. The simple pattern on the sleeves is accented with an obi and silver bows at the waist. The black and silver color scheme makes the red on the kimono and her hair pop. The third dress of both FF7 friends Tifa and Aerith draw attention and have some complementary colors.
#1 – Cloud’s Corset Dress
If players complete Chocobo Sam’s sidequests instead of Madam M, Cloud will wear a black and blue corset dress. It doesn’t have the same level of extravagance as the lavender dress, but the dark colors of this dress contrast Cloud’s light hair, eyes, and pale skin. The cut of this dress is modest, but the top is more elaborate and fitted, which draws attention away from the plain skirt. It provides a balance between Cloud’s other two dresses Final Fantasy 7 Remakeand shows that he has committed himself enough to this mission that he is willing to wear a corset.
Parts of the original FF7 were changed to FF7 Remake, and players were wondering if Cloud would still wear the dress or if that part wouldn’t make it into the game. However, this scene is not only included, but elaborated upon and given more than one outfit option. The game’s story deals with some heavy subjects, including the potential death of the planet, the extinction of an ancient race, and unethical experimentation. Incorporating pieces like Wall Market helps add ease and fashion decisions Final Fantasy 7 Remake.
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