Where To Find the Best Camp Clothes in Baldur’s Gate 3


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Need help finding the best camp clothes in Baldur’s Gate 3? We’ve got you covered.

Where To Find the Best Camp Clothes in Baldur's Gate 3

Camp Clothing provides the most significant visual impact of any type of item in Baldur’s Gate 3, making it a highly sought-after piece of equipment for players who care about how their characters look in-game.

This quick guide will show you where you can find the best camp clothes in Baldur’s Gate 3.

Where to Get Camp Clothes in Baldur’s Gate 3

You can get Camp Clothes from Baldur’s Gate 3 locations – the Facemaker Boutique or Carm’s Garm.

The Facemaker Boutique is located in the northeast part of Lost City near Baldur’s Gate, while Carm’s Garm can be found north of Rivington. The Facemaker Boutique and Carm’s Garm can only be found in Act 3.

Facemaker’s Boutique

A screenshot of Facemaker Boutique's location on the map in Baldur's Gate 3.
A screenshot of the all clothing you can acquire from Facemaker's Boutique in Baldur's Gate 3.

Carm’s Garm

A screenshot of Carm's Garm's map location in Baldur's Gate 3.
A screenshot of Carm's Garm's Camp Clothing options in Baldur's Gate 3.

Camp Clothing is a rare find before reaching Act 3, but you will still come across a few garments here and there in your adventures through Acts 1 and 2. Other locations where you’ll likely find Camp Clothes include:

  • Cazador’s Mansion (Check the wardrobes and boxes)
  • Wrym’s Rock (3rd Floor)
  • Hatchery in Githyanki Creche
  • Sharess’ Caress
  • Mason’s Guild Underground Hideout
  • Rachael’s Devil’s Den in Rivington

If you’re looking to collect as many Camp Clothes early in the game, just make sure you check every chest, cabinet, wardrobe, and other loot container in every area you explore. You will likely find a few camp clothes lying around the game before you reach Act 3.

What are Camp Clothes?

Camp Clothing is a type of equipment in Baldur’s Gate 3. As the name suggests, Camp Clothing is items your characters wear while at the Campsite.

A screenshot of Astarion's basic Camp Clothing in Baldur's Gate 3.

Each character will have three types of clothing: Clothes, Shoes, and Underwear, and you can choose to show your Camp Clothing over your Armor without affecting your Armor Effects or Armor Class.

Camp Clothing isn’t the only way to alter your character’s looks in Baldur’s Gate 3, as discussed in our guide: Baldur’s Gate 3: How To Change Appearance. Nevertheless, many Camp Clothing are interchangeable among all Baldur’s Gate 3 characters. Still, there are character-specific garments such as Astarion’s Eccentric Clothing, Shadowheart’s Clothes, and Minthara’s At-Ease Clothes.

Do Camp Clothes Count as Armor in Baldur’s Gate 3?

No, Camp Clothes do not count as Armor in Baldur’s Gate 3. Camp Clothes are simply cosmetic equipment you can use to change your character’s overall look; they do not provide any bonus stats or effects when equipped.

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With that said, you can opt to show your Camp Clothes instead of your Armor and retain your Armor’s effects and bonuses. You can toggle between Camp Clothing and Default by clicking the inventory menu’s Toggle Armour Set Visibility button.

A screenshot showing the Toggle Armour Set Visibility button.

Final Thoughts

You’ll have to wait until Act 3 to get more Camp Clothing options for your characters in Baldur’s Gate 3 since it is in Act 3, where you can visit the Facemaker Boutique or Carm’s Garm – NPCs that offer various Camp Clothing.

Nevertheless, keep your eyes peeled for chests, cabinets, boxes, and other containers as you journey around Baldur’s Gate 3; you might find a few Camp Clothes from locations such as Cazador’s Mansion and Mason’s Guild Underground Hideout.

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