Star Wars

Top Padmé Amidala Tattoos

The late mother of Luke and Leia, Padmé Amidala was Princess of Theed before later becoming Queen of Naboo.

Being part of a royal family she had quite the extensive wardrobe, with the Star Wars costume designers taking inspiration from Russian and Mongolian cultures. The intricate and extravagant costumes served as somewhat of a distraction to the poor story lines and character development of the prequel trilogy.

Of all the costumes for Natalie Portman’s character in the films, the Red Invasion Gown (also referred to as Throne Room Gown), headdress and makeup is favoured by tattoo collectors, although the tattoo styles can vastly differ.

You may want to consider a different still image or another costume for your own tattoo, but have one of these amazing tattoo artists to ink it on your skin. Take a good look at these images and see what sparks your imagination.

Colour realism Padmé Amidala tattoo by @fatimaoliveiratattoo
Colour realism C-3PO and Padmé Amidala tattoos by @dariastahp
Stylised neo trad Padmé Amidala tattoo by @deboracherrys
Japanese style Padmé Amidala kabuki severed head tattoo by @jamesmullintattoos
Neo trad Padmé Amidala tattoo by @vickymorgantattoo
Colour realism Padmé Amidala tattoo by @fatimaoliveiratattoo
Neo trad stylised snake and Padmé Amidala tattoo by @yvonneheartmann
Neo trad Padmé Amidala tattoo by @davidgomeztattooer
New school Padmé Amidala tattoo by @perdibirdtattoos

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