In Assassin's Creed III: Liberation, several outfits are available to those who complete certain challenges or meet specific criteria, which are listed below. Similarly, several types of hats, which were exclusive to the Assassin persona, can also be unlocked. Once an outfit is unlocked and equipped, it will alter Aveline de Grandpré's appearance. Aveline could change her outfits at any tailor or in the de Grandpré warehouse's office.
Aveline's regular robes. Wearing the Assassin outfit gave Aveline access to her complete arsenal of weaponry and allowed for freerunning, but made her permanently notorious to some extent. The Assassin outfit could also be dyed at tailors in various color schemes.
Aveline's slave guise. Wearing the Slave outfit gave Aveline free movement, but restricted her weaponry to some extent and caused her notoriety to rise quickly with each illegal act. In this persona, Aveline was able to blend with groups of people or by doing menial tasks. The Slave outfit could also be dyed at tailors in various color schemes.
Aveline's noblewoman guise. Wearing the Lady outfit restricted Aveline's movements and weaponry, but it allowed her to use charm and bribery to achieve her goals. The Lady outfit could also be dyed at tailors in various color schemes.
Bayou Hunter outfitEdit
Chichen Itza Disguise outfitEdit
Charming Dress outfitEdit
An alternative to the Lady outfit, the Charming Dress outfit was unlocked after collecting ten jeweled brooches from gentlemen stationed around New Orleans. When wearing the Charming Dress outfit, Aveline would receive a 50% discount on bribes.
New York outfitEdit
Worn during the A Fool's Errand memory.
A hat with a beak-shaped tip, the Assassin's Hat was equipped by default.
The Smuggler's Hat was unlocked after collecting the thirty diary pages scattered around New Orleans, the Louisiana Bayou and Chichen Itza. When wearing the Smuggler's Hat, Aveline would receive a 50% discount on any type of ammunition.
Alligator Hunter HatEdit
The Alligator Hunter Hat was unlocked through Uplay for 30 points.
A hood with a beak-shaped tip, the Assassin's Hood could be purchased at any tailor for 500 écu.
- The Chichen Itza Disguise outfit had hoop earrings in the original Vita iteration, but these were removed for the HD remake.