Accessories are used in Pokémon Super Contests during the Visual Competition to improve the looks of a Pokémon. The better the Accessories used match to the Contest's theme, the more points are scored in the Visual Competition. Additionally, Pokémon may be dressed up with Accessories and have their pictures taken at Jubilife TV in Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum or at the Goldenrod Tunnel in HeartGold and SoulSilver. In Platinum, HeartGold, and SoulSilver, the Pokémon's corresponding Diamond and Pearl sprite is used so that the picture can be displayed in Diamond and Pearl when records are mixed.
List of Accessories
Amity Square Accessories
Players can obtain these from their Pokémon every 200 steps in Amity Square.
Pebbles and Boulders
|Accessory||Cost D P||Cost Pt|
|Red Flower||10 Razz Berries||1 Cheri Berry|
|Pink Flower||10 Bluk Berries||1 Chesto Berry|
|White Flower||10 Nanab Berries||1 Pecha Berry|
|Blue Flower||30 Cornn Berries||1 Oran Berry|
|Orange Flower||15 Magost Berries||1 Rawst Berry|
|Yellow Flower||15 Rabuta Berries||1 Aspear Berry|
|Accessory||Cost D P||Cost Pt|
|Googly Specs||20 Nomel Berries||1 Leppa Berry|
|Black Specs||20 Wepear Berries||1 Persim Berry|
|Gorgeous Specs||40 Pinap Berries||10 Razz Berries|
|Accessory||Cost D P||Cost Pt|
|Sweet Candy||30 Nanab Berries||10 Bluk Berries|
|Confetti||30 Razz Berries||10 Nanab Berries|
|Colored Parasol||50 Magost Berries||10 Wepear Berries|
|Old Umbrella||50 Pamtre Berries||10 Pinap Berries|
|Spotlight||80 Nomel Berries||50 Cornn Berries|
|Cape||250 Cornn Berries||100 Pamtre Berries|
|Standing Mike||80 Bluk Berries||50 Magost Berries|
|Surfboard||180 Wepear Berries||100 Watmel Berries|
|Carpet||100 Spelon Berries||50 Rabuta Berries|
|Retro Pipe||120 Pamtre Berries||50 Nomel Berries|
|Fluffy Bed||150 Watmel Berries||100 Durin Berries|
|Mirror Ball||250 Durin Berries||100 Spelon Berries|
|Photo Board||200 Belue Berries||100 Belue Berries|
These are won after defeating a Normal Rank Pokémon Super Contest for the first time in the category.
|Pink Barrette||Cute Super Contests Award|
|Red Barrette||Cool Super Contests Award|
|Blue Barrette||Beauty Super Contests Award|
|Yellow Barrette||Tough Super Contests Award|
|Green Barrette||Smart Super Contests Award|
These are won after defeating a Great Rank Pokémon Super Contest for the first time in the category.
|Pink Balloon||Cute Super Contests Award|
|Red Balloons||Cool Super Contests Award|
|Blue Balloons||Beauty Super Contests Award|
|Yellow Balloon||Tough Super Contests Award|
|Green Balloons||Smart Super Contests Award|
These are won after defeating an Ultra Rank Pokémon Super Contest for the first time in the category.
|Lace Headdress||Cute Super Contests Award|
|Top Hat||Cool Super Contests Award|
|Silk Veil||Beauty Super Contests Award|
|Heroic Headband||Tough Super Contests Award|
|Professor Hat||Smart Super Contests Award|
These are won after defeating a Master Rank Pokémon Super Contest for the first time in the category.
|Flower Stage||Cute Super Contests Award|
|Gold Pedestal||Cool Super Contests Award|
|Glass Stage||Beauty Super Contests Award|
|Award Podium||Tough Super Contests Award|
|Cube Stage||Smart Super Contests Award|
In Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum the location of the Turtwig, Chimchar, and Piplup Masks depends on which starter Pokémon the player chose. In Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver the masks are given to the player by Crasher Wake in Celadon Department Store.
|Starter: Turtwig||Starter: Chimchar||Starter: Piplup||HGSS|
|Turtwig Mask||Jubilife TV 2F||Veilstone Department Store 1F||Pastoria City||Celadon Department Store 2F|
|Chimchar Mask||Pastoria City||Jubilife TV 2F||Veilstone Department Store 1F||Celadon Department Store 2F|
|Piplup Mask||Veilstone Department Store 1F||Pastoria City||Jubilife TV 2F||Celadon Department Store 2F|
|Big Tree||Eterna Forest||Goldenrod Underground|
|Flag||Route 206||Goldenrod Underground|
|Crown||Pal Park (FireRed in the GBA slot)|
|Tiara||Pal Park (LeafGreen in the GBA slot)|
In the anime
In the anime, Pokémon are not dressed up with Accessories during Pokémon Contests. Instead, Accessories are designed by Pokémon Stylists and used in competitions such as the Hearthome Collection, an event in which entrants model their Pokémon in original designs.
Accessories designed by Stylists were first featured in The Bells Are Singing! in an issue of the Poké Chic magazine that Dawn was reading. Later, Dawn was revealed to have designed a vest with a heart stamp for her Buneary to wear. Buneary would be seen wearing the vest in many future episodes, but since Coordinators do not dress up their Pokémon for Pokémon Contests, the vest is taken off before Buneary enters the stage.
In Arriving in Style!, Dawn, Ash, and Jessilina entered the Hearthome Collection with Buneary, Pikachu, and Wobbuffet, respectively. Dawn and Ash designed the outfits worn by their Pokémon, while James crafted the Accessories worn by Wobbuffet. In the end, Dawn and Buneary were declared the winners of the competition, defeating renowned Poké Stylist Cocoa and her Mismagius in the process.
In the manga
In the Pokémon Adventures manga
Accessories were featured in Boogying with Buneary. Keira gave Pearl a jar of Glitter Powder following a minor incident involving her Buneary. The next day, as part of Platinum's preparations for her upcoming Super Contest, all six of the main trio's Pokémon were dressed in different kinds of Accessories, which were borrowed from Platinum's boutique somewhere in Hearthome City.
In other languages
|Items|| Evolutionary stones • Fossils • Flutes • Shards • Held items|
Escape items • Escape Rope • Exchangeable items • Valuable items
Battle items • Legendary artifacts • Honey • Scents • Nectars
|Medicine|| Status condition healing items • Vitamins • Wings|
Drinks • Herbal medicine • Ability Capsule
|Berries and Apricorns||Poké Balls • Berries • Mulch • Apricorns|
|Aesthetic|| Decorations • Accessories • Backdrops • Props • Décor|
Clothing • Fashion items
|Others|| Mail • Key Items • Event items • Normal Box and Gorgeous Box|
Time Flute • Pass Orbs • Wonder Launcher items • Rotom Powers
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