15 Mar Top 21 Best Sims 4 Elf CC- Ears, Clothes, and More
Dungeons and Dragons, Lord of the Rings, and all other high fantasy media love to use elves in their intricate, magical stories as part of their character line up. These mythical creatures are most remembered for their pointy ears, which are a fashion statement on their own but are also usually associated with their medieval-style clothing and resourcefulness when it comes to living in the woods.
Back in The Sims 3, it was more normal to see mythical creatures like elves in-game with things like the Supernatural pack, even though they weren’t one of the base game options, they were still more socially acceptable. But for all of us that can’t get enough of the imagined world, we want more elves!
If you’re looking to incorporate them into your game, then take a look at the top 21 best Sims 4 elf cc so you can give them everything to look and live like a true elf.
- Best Sims 4 Elf CC
- 21. Nava Coffey
- 20. Lucrezia
- 19. Elf Costume
- 18. Elven Dress
- 17. Elf Ears + Earrings
- 16. Cu Chulainn
- 15. Vine Belt
- 14. Elven Circlet
- 13. Zelda
- 12. Tonian Ears
- 11. Primrose Hair
- 10. Moon Mark
- 9. Monster Teeth 5
- 8. Thranduil Hair
- 7. Dress Elf
- 6. Dark Elf Basic Set
- 5. Sad Elf Ears Set
- 4. Honey Bee Hair
- 3. Ear Presets and Tattoo
- 2. Autumn Rhapsody
- 1. Maari Set
Best Sims 4 Elf CC
If you want to add an elvish Sim to your household but you don’t know where to start, or maybe you’re just bad at designing Sims from scratch, then finding Sims like this one that others have already premade for you is a blessing. Nava Coffey is a young woman with elf ears and blue skin, and she’s sure to add excitement to your game!
Some of her traits include loving the outdoors and being good. She’s also an aspiring botanist, so get ready to have a house full of plants and spend plenty of time in the sun.
Lucrezia is a hairstyle that would work great on your Elf Sims or any Sims who are living in a world of adventure and fantasy, for that matter! Classic long hair with loose curls, topped off with a braided crown piece, makes for a staple look for everything and anything that took place in the olden days.
If you’re not feeling the let down look or are preparing to go off into battle, you can keep using the same hairstyle! It comes with a pinned-up option as well, mostly consisting of braids, so you can keep your Sims hair consistent, no matter the occasion.
19. Elf Costume
Reminiscent of The Sims 3 clothing from Supernatural, we have the Elf Costume. On the more scandalous side, this costume is made out of ivy. Yup, that’s right, just ivy. Which, to be fair, is probably more accurate in terms of what elves would wear! Covers just enough to keep your Sim from getting charges of public indecency, plus it’s pretty cute.
18. Elven Dress
A dress that’s definitely more modest than the one before looks like it came straight out of the Dark Ages. The Evlen Dress is a floor-length dress, perfect for your Elf Sims to wear while they’re out on the town, tending to their garden, and reading books by the fire. Complete with flared sleeves and 4 colors to choose from, you can switch up your dress of choice to fit the occasion and pair it with some of your favorite elf accessories.
17. Elf Ears + Earrings
What Elf would be complete without the signature elf ears? They’re probably the most iconic, sought out ear style out there, add some jewelry to them, and they’re close to what would be the perfect type of ears for any elf imaginable. The Elf Ears + Earrings give just that to your Sims, with golden jewelry as a finishing touch.
Keep in mind, though, that these ears are on the big side. If you’re looking for elf ears that are smaller and more dainty, then keep on reading- we have more styles and sizes in store.
16. Cu Chulainn
What we have here is a recolored outfit for the male Elf Sims out there because they’re going to need a cool outfit as much as the female Sims do. This outfit is as good as it gets for an accurate outfit that looks like it was taken straight out of a time before phones, computers, and when magic had a bigger prevalence in people’s lives.
With fur-lined boots, arm protection pieces, and even a place to put their sword, you might be tempted to use this outfit on your Sims who don’t have a trace of Elf in their blood.
15. Vine Belt
Even elves need to accessories their outfits! It’s obvious that accessories are important for their finished look with the intricate boots, jewelry worn, and even pieces that they put in their hair. So, something that serves a functional purpose and is directly inspired by mother nature herself makes sense to add for your elves.
The Vine Belt is what it says it is, it’s a belt made out of vines! This belt comes in 7 colors, and the style isn’t like your typical belt because it wraps around their body more than once. It’s practical, and it says, “the forest is where I belong.”
14. Elven Circlet
Speaking of accessories for elves, we have a piece of jewelry that may not be as practical as a belt, but it makes up for that with how beautiful it is. Consisting of metal and jewels as it wraps around your Sims forehead in a teardrop shape, the Elven Circlet is an easy way to add something extra to their outfit if necklaces and earrings aren’t doing enough.
There are 3 colors of metal to choose from, gold, silver, and bronze, as well as 3 colors of jewels. Play around with them until you find what matches your Sim best.
While they’re never called it in the game, the characters in Zelda have been said to be based on, you guessed it, elves! They’re so lovable that they’re even included in one of the biggest video game series in Nintendo, which makes Princess Zelda’s hair a perfect choice for all of your elves in The Sims.
While it’s not an exact match for the hair she’s seen having in the game, the curly bangs and long layered hair with flowers decorating the top is reminiscent on our favorite Hylian princess. If you like the style but don’t think blonde hair is what you’re going for, you can still customize the color to whatever you prefer.
12. Tonian Ears
The Tonian Ears are another pair of large, pointed ears that make your Elf Sim look the part of being an elf. While they’re like most pointed ears that you can find, what makes them stand out are the ridges on the side, making them very distinct from human ears that have a small point to them.
If you’re looking to use these ears on a family of elves, though, keep in mind that they’re not made for the toddlers and kids in the household. They’re going to have to grow up to earn their pointed ears!
11. Primrose Hair
A hairstyle with flowers not just on top of the head but woven throughout the entire thing? Yes, please! Primrose Hair is as whimsical as it gets in terms of hair for the Sims, and I think I’m just about obsessed with it.
You can choose whether you want the flowers or not, and with its pattern of braided strands mixed with those that were left alone, it’s something that’s hard to resist.
10. Moon Mark
One of the best things about creating your own version of a mythical creature is that they don’t exist, so you have a lot of creative liberties when you’re in the process of creation. With that being said, a Moon Mark on their forehead has the perfect vibe for all elves, and even for other beings that you might be making.
This facepaint can be placed in two directions, facing up or down, and would be a great addition for your elves, that tend to only show their faces after the sun has set.
9. Monster Teeth 5
You can customize your elves to become whatever you want them to be by making sure no small details go missing. A lot of people don’t think about what elves teeth would look like, but especially if they have a grimacing smile, that’s going to become important later on.
Monster Teeth 5 sets your Sim apart from the humans they live among. Sharper, smaller, and sometimes even bloodier, they give the impression of something that’s not quite a human, but not quite an animal either.
8. Thranduil Hair
Finding hair for your Sims that’s reminiscent of preexisting elf characters from other media helps to get a rough idea about what your Sim should end up looking like. So, if your base reference is Lord of the Rings, then you’re in luck because there’s hair that copies Thranduil that would work great on the males you’re working on.
7. Dress Elf
A spin on a classic high low dress with long sleeves for Elf Sims, or Sims dressing as an elf for their next costume party. While this one may not be the most authentic if you’re trying to replicate a time in the past, it’s your Sims game, so you make the rules, and not everything has to be historically accurate. You just have to like it!
6. Dark Elf Basic Set
So far, we’ve talked a lot about ways to dress up your Sims so that they look like an elf. That’s great and all, but what about making the place that they go home to every night match? It would look pretty weird if they lived in a modern-style home, which is why using furniture and decor specifically made for elves will help set the tone.
The Dark Elf Basic Set gives you the essentials you need so you can figure out what does and doesn’t go with the vibe from there. Wooden style beds, tables, and chairs will help get you in the mood if you don’t know how to achieve the look for their house that you want and need a starting point to go off of.
5. Sad Elf Ears Set
Instead of having massive ears that point up towards the sun, why not try a set of ears that point downward instead? Elf ears are like human ears. There’s no set shape, they can come in a variety of styles! With unique ears such as Sad Elf Ears, you can either make all of your elves have one style that differs from the norm, or you can use ear shapes to differentiate between various elf families you have living in your neighborhood.
4. Honey Bee Hair
A favorite detail in elf hair has obviously been incorporating braids. Not simply braiding hair into one or two braids keeps everything in one place, but only select pieces, which can also be said for Honey Bee Hair styles.
Instead of some of the other hairstyles we’ve seen so far, this one is shorter, so there’s variety in styles to choose from. An added bonus is this one also uses a bun-like shape to create volume because honey bee, so like a beehive.
3. Ear Presets and Tattoo
I like this one for two reasons, one obviously the ears are adorable. Instead of being huge, these one are much smaller yet still have a pointed end to them, so they’re distinctly for the non-human Sims. But I can’t help but love the tattoo design in this set because it’s like no other tattoo I’ve ever seen!
A piece that stretches over the entire body with a stick-like design to it makes it the best tattoo possible for creatures that live in the forest. It even has it’s own separate chest piece!
2. Autumn Rhapsody
Hats are an accessory that’s hard to imagine an elf wearing, they’re much too sophisticated for normal head accessories. Instead, they would prefer something like a crown, which is why Autumn Rhapsody had to be included.
The set comes with not just a crown that looks like beautiful golden leaves on the side of their head, but matching earrings, as well. All you need is a necklace, and you have a full set.
1. Maari Set
If Autumn Rhapsody doesn’t showcase how prestigious your Sim is, then maybe you’re thinking about getting a crown that looks more like the real deal. Thanks to the Maari Set, you can have a crown that looks more like your traditional crown while incorporating the nature themes that elves are drawn to.