Clothing in GTA Liberty City Stories

A clothing icon found in all safehouses that gains access to the player wardrobe.

In Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, the player is given the choice of wearing 16 different outfits to wear similar to previous installments, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City and Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Changing clothes can remove up to 2 star wanted level. The player can change their clothes inside the three safehouses available at each island, they include the Portland safehouse in Saint Marks, the Staunton safehouse in Newport and the Shoreside Vale safehouse in Cedar Grove.

Image Name Description Unlocked after
Casual clothes A dark brown jacket and brown pants that are worn by Toni as he is first introduced in the game. "Home Sweet Home"
Leone's suit The black suit that is the same as those worn by members of the Leone Family given to you in the first mission. "Home Sweet Home"
Overalls Blue overalls and a hockey mask worn when about to trigger the Slash TV minigame. "The Portland Chainsaw Masquerade"
Avenging Angel's fatigues The same outfit that the Avenging Angels wear when on duty. "Frighteners"
Chauffeur's clothes This outfit is initially used in the mission "Rollercoaster Ride" for Salvatore Leone, where you disguise yourself in a grey chauffeur outfit with a grey hat as Jane Hopper's chauffeur, where you need to try and scare her. "Rollercoaster Ride"
Lawyer's suit A blue lawyer suit with glasses used in a mission where you are Salvatore Leone's lawyer. "Rough Justice"
Tuxedo A tuxedo used in the mission A Date with Death where you and Toshiko Kasen go out for the night. "A Date With Death"
'The King' jumpsuit An Elvis inspired jumpsuit. "The Sicilian Gambit"
Cox Mascot suit The mascot costume for the Liberty City Cocks. Completing Slash TV two times.
Underwear Underwear. Completing 1 Unique Stunt Jump.
Hero garb A hero costume unlocked after completing all Avenging Angels side-missions. Completing the Avenging Angels side-mission in Shoreside Vale.
'Dragon' jumpsuit A yellow jumpsuit (inspired by the jumpsuit Bruce Lee wore when he starred in the film Enter The Dragon). "Crazy '69'"
Antonio A casual outfit with a white shirt, jeans and a pair of white sneakers. "Making Toni"
Sweats A blue tracksuit with white sneakers. "A Walk in the Park"
Goodfella A black tracksuit that is unlocked in Overdose of Trouble with it's name inspired by the movie of the same name. "Overdose of Trouble"
Wiseguy Another more casual look that is very similar to the Antonio outfit, but with a brownish, more expensive, short-sleeve shirt and black leather pants. "Shoot the Messenger"