Like every aspect of the war of stars Universe exists a whole book dedicated to the costumes worn by the actors in the franchise and Star Wars Costumes: The Original Trilogy by Brandon Alinger reveals some rather strange rules George Lucas had for the clothing of the people in his world. For example it could be No buttons, zippers or “closures” of any kind “because it’s too close to the earth.” That makes sense for the characters who just frolic in robes all the time, but what about Han Solo? How do his pants stay up? There is clearly a zipper area and check out his shirt. Is it velcro? Does Velcro hold Harrison Ford together right now?
If Yoda’s shirts “fastened and locked with Velcro to keep them from falling” have something to offer, Yes, probably. Just so we are clear: Velcro = spacious, zippers = unacceptably terrestrial. Also? No glasses, at least until The Mandalorian. The inhabitants of a galaxy far, seemingly figured out the LASIK light years ahead of us and only roughly kept this technology to themselves.