Although Slave Leia's famous metal bikini getup is reportedly being wiped away from all of Disney's merchandising, there are plenty of other "Star Wars" female characters whose costumes and looks can also spark the imagination of fans.

Here are some of our favorite female "Star Wars" characters from the movies and expanded universe who just might be able to fill the void left by Carrie Fisher's sexy outfit.

Max Rebo Band Lead Singer and Backup Singers/Dancers

One of the many changes George Lucas added to the Star Wars Original Trilogy was the addition of a full on band to entertain Jabba and his guests, complete with a catchy alien song and eye-candy back-up dancers.

The Max Rebo Band's lead singer, Sy Snootles, who also turned out the be a spy for the Hutt cartels, isn't exactly what most humans might call the woman of their dreams, but she certainly had everyone enraptured by her performance on Jabba's Barge.

Padme Amidala's Dress

From the "Star Wars" Prequel Trilogy, Queen Padme Amidala of Naboo was first revealed wearing extravagant and regal outfits befitting of a queen. However, come "Episode Two," Padme's dresses became less royal and more inexplicable.

Fans have singled out one of the black dresses she wore during her romantic escapades with Anakin and have taken to calling it a "Dominatrix Dress."

Ahsoka Tano

Anakin's Padawan from the Clone Wars was the pre-teen Ahsoka Tano who didn't turn out to have Jedi Knight written in her future. However, this hero of the Clone Wars had an iconic look thanks to her signature Togruta mane.

Aurra Sing

Blink and you'll miss her, with her chalk-white skin, the bounty hunter Aurra Sing was watching the podrace in Tatooine where Qui-Gon Jinn and Obi-Wan Kenobi first met Anakin Skywalker.

The high pony-tailed huntress who could give Arianna Grande a run for her money, took in Jango Fett's clone/son, Bobba Fett, and trained him to be a skilled bounty hunter.

Captain Phasma

The first female villain out of the new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" is Captain Phasma, who will be played by Gwendoline Christie, known also for her role as Brienne of Tarth on "Game of Thrones."

Captain Phasma's Storm Trooper-inspired armor is imposing, menacing, and refreshingly non-sexualized for a strong, female character in the Star Wars Universe.

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