Wanting to collect every shirt but not sure what shirts can’t be crafted? This is just a lightweight guide designed to tell you what shirts you’re looking for, and where to get them!
If you’re anything like me (sorry about that if you are), then you’ll probably want to collect everything when you play Stardew. Or, perhaps, you just really like clothes. Really like clothes. In either case, I’ve got the guide for you! This guide will contain a list of every shirt that can’t be crafted, and will cover the methods of obtaining said shirts as well. Be forewarned that there are 3 shirts in the game that exist, but cannot be obtained by any means. These will not be covered.
Using Your Fashion Sense – Where To Find Shirts
The items in this guide can be almost always obtained in one of two ways. Either via character creation, or via the Oasis
When you start a new save for the very first time, you can choose your shirt. The number on this page is conveniently the number of the shirt’s ID, which comes into play later. Since you can only get a shirt through this method once, you can’t just repeat the process at the Shrine of Illusions or something similar, instead you’ll have to either just pick one and use method 2 or have a friend create new characters repeatedly to give you new shirts. I don’t recommend the latter, however, as it’s both tedious and unnecessary.
Every single day, from Spring 1, Year 1, Sandy in the Oasis will sell a random shirt (not any from ginger island, though). This shirt can be any other shirt in the entire game that is otherwise obtainable, and even includes four exclusive shirts found only at the oasis. All shirts are sold for 1000G each, so it can be a bit pricey, but this is the only other way.
Sandy’s wares can’t be checked in game without visiting her shop. This means you’d need to buy a bus ticket every single day in order to scope out her shirts. Alternatively, you can load your save file into an external an*lyser such as Stardew Predictor and search the shirt you’re looking for by the ID listed here – and that will tell you when she next sells it. Either way, have fun!
Clothing Completionism – The List
Here are all the shirts that cannot be obtained via tailoring that can still be obtained
Shirt 20 – Sailor Shirt
Shirt 23 – Shirt, Red Buttoned
Shirt 24 – Shirt, Green Buttoned
Shirt 41 – Shirt, Purple with Pink Underlay
Shirt 42 – Shirt, White with Tea-Colour Stripe
Shirt 44 – Shirt, Blue V Fit
Shirt 46 – Shirt, Red V Fit
Shirt 47 – Shirt, Purple V Fit
Shirt 50 – Shirt, Pink with Single Dark Pink Stripe
Shirt 55 – Shirt, Mint-Green with White Upper Stripe
Shirt 57 – Shirt, Green with Concave Neckline
Shirt 61 – Shirt, Blue with Concave Neckline
Shirt 77 – Shirt, Magenta with Belt
Shirt 81 – Shirt, Steel-Grey with White Upper Stripe
Shirt 83 – Shirt, Navy-Blue Slim Fit
Shirt 85 – Shirt, Dense Black
Shirt 88 – Neat Bow Shirt
Shirt 91 – Shirt, Black Slim-Fit
Shirt 109 – Shirt, Peach Bulky
Shirt 110 – Shirt, Purple Buttoned
Shirt 111 – Shirt, Orange Buttoned
Shirt 119 – Shirt, Cyan Crop-Top (Oasis Exclusive)
Shirt 120 – Shirt, Red Crop-Top (Oasis Exclusive)
Shirt 121 – Shirt, Golden Crop-Top (Oasis Exclusive)
Shirt 122 – Shirt, Purple Crop-Top (Oasis Exclusive)
Winding Up The Spool
I hope this is useful to you similarly minded completionists out there! I created it mainly as a referance for myself, but I thought it’d be helpful for other people too so I turned it into a guide. In any case, thanks for reading, and especially all the way down to this bit!
I hope you enjoy the Getting Shirty – Guide to Collecting Uncraftable Shirts – Stardew Valley guide. This is all for now! If you have something to add to this guide or forget to add some information, please let us know via comment! We check each comment manually!
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