Skyrim, Dawnguard and Dragonborn Apparel - Armor, Clothes, Amulets, Rings & More

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Console CommandAddItem
Usageplayer.additem formID quantity
Exampleplayer.additem c8911 2
DescriptionAddItem will add the specified quantity of any item to your inventory, using the item's Form ID. Leading zeroes in the IDs do not need to be typed in.
HelpYou can open the console in Skyrim on the PC by pressing the tilde ~ key. Using Skyrim's console will not affect Steam achievements. Always be careful when using the console!
DLC CodesThe first two digits of the Form IDs for DLC codes are shown in red. That's because these numbers will change based on your DLC and mod load order. The numbers shown are the default numbers with no user mods and all official DLC installed.

This page lists all of the Skyrim item codes (also known as Form IDs or Base IDs) for clothing and everything that the game considers Apparel, such as Armor, Shields and more, along with the stats you need to compare the amount of protective rating, the value and the weight of each item, so that you can easily add these items to your inventory.

There are many types of clothing in Skyrim, and even more materials or makes. Apparel types that you can search for here include Amulet, Armor, Boots, Circlet, Clothes, Cowl, Gauntlets, Gloves, Hat, Helmet, Hood, Necklace, Ring, Robes, Shield and Shoes. Apparel materials or makes that you can search for here include Ancient Nord, Ancient Shrouded, Banded Iron, Blades, College, Daedric, Dragon Priest, Dragonplate, Dragonscale, Dwarven, Ebony, Elven, Falmer, Forsworn, Fur, Glass, Guard, Hide, Imperial, Iron, Leather, Mythic Dawn, Nightingale, Old Gods, Orcish, Penitus Oculatus, Psiijic, Redguard, Scaled, Shrouded, Steel, Steel Plate, Stormcloak, Studded, Thalmor and Thieves Guild.

Like many RPGs, there is a limit to how many rings, necklaces and amulets you can wear, since wearing these items adds skill increases or other bonuses to your character, and having too many at once would result in an overpowered character. Part of your character development is deciding what bonuses you want to take advantage of. Many types of clothing also add various types of bonuses to your character's abilities and attributes.

Skyrim's first DLC, Dawnguard, added the Aetherium, Ancient Falmer, Dawnguard, Moth Priest and Vampire apparel materials or makes.

Skyrim's third DLC, Dragonborn, added the Bonemold, Chitin, Deathbrand, Morag Ton, Nordic, Skaal, Stalhrim and Telvanni apparel materials or makes.

Skyrim is an action-adventure role playing game created by Bethesda Softworks available for PC, Xbox and PS3. The first two DLCs for this game, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, are available now for Xbox and PC. Console commands can only be used on the PC version of the game. Skyrim is © 2011 Bethesda Softworks LLC, a ZeniMax Media company.