This repository houses mods that serve as add-ons for the Wardrobe mod. To use these add-ons, users must have both the Wardrobe mod and the mod specific to the add-on.
A full list of add-ons in this repository can be found on the Wiki.
The page also lists mods that support the Wardrobe out of the box.
View the add-ons available on Steam here: Steam - Wardrobe Add-ons.
We'd love some help, and there's various ways to do so!
Suggest a mod. Want to see a mod supported? Let us know by creating a new issue. Make sure there isn't already a suggestion open though!
Report issues. Is an add-on out of date? Please create an issue and we'll try to update it as soon as possible.
Add a Wardrobe item file to your own mod. The best way to support the Wardrobe is by supporting it in your own mod. Information can be found on the Wardrobe Item Fetcher Wiki. If a mod supports the Wardrobe natively, let us know on the Issues page and we'll add it to the Native Support list.
If you aren't planning on updating your clothing any time soon, you could also just take the wardrobe files from the add-on and put them in your mod! Make sure to add the
Wardrobeto your metadata
includesfor the patch to work!
Create your own add-on. Add an add-on yourself by creating a pull request! You can use any existing add-on as a template. For help with creating the items file, check out the Wardrobe Item Fetcher Wiki.
If you're not the author of the mod, please first ask for permission! Licenses are also a good way to tell whether an add-on is acceptable.
Update outdated add-ons. Is an add-on outdated? You can update it yourself! Clone the repository, run the Wardrobe Item Fetcher script and push the commit. Create a pull request and we'll try to accept the update as soon as possible.