The denizens of the wasteland might as well have their very own fashion line, thanks to the powers of mods.

When I originally wrote about nudity mods in Fallout 4, one thing modders felt adamant about was that they wanted body modification tools not to run around naked, but rather to put on nicer, more form-fitting clothes. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at some of those clothing mods, and the ways people are changing what you can wear in Fallout 4.


Some mods are more about adding style to Fallout 4. Some mods are more risque, and aren’t afraid to show some skin. Both, at times, can transform the game into something downright unrecognizable, as players use the Commonwealth an an excuse to play dress-up. And of course, little of what I’ve seen floating around is actually practical, but the same can be said of some of the armor that Fallout 4 actually shipped with.

So, without further ado...

NSFW warning ahead!

[Mod: NCR Ranger Veteran Armor]

[Photo: SBx82]

[Photo: nivea]

[Photo: soultaker93]

[Mod: Wearable Squire Outfit]

[Photo: Galejro]

[Mod: Eli’s Armor Collection Remade]

[Mod: Commonwealth shorts]

[Photo: Gabet347]

[Photo: Stiptikspec]

[Photo: invalidfate]

[Photo: invalidfate]

[Photo: MadMax713]

[Photo: SethSaiph]

[Photo: Guffeh]

[Photo: tostikaas and KevinZiggy]

[Photo: lagrie]

[Photo: Steevin Love]

[Photo: c1066]

We’re still in the early days of modding here, and things will likely only get wilder once modding tools actually become available. Still, even through simple retexturing, people are playing Fallout 4 less like a shooter and more like The Sims—which is pretty cool!


The first image in this post comes to us via the mod “Rad-Ban Eyewear Inc,” which you can check out here.

Click here to view this embed.