WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Spider-Man: Far From Home, in theaters now.
After the devastating loss of Tony Stark in Avengers: Endgame, the trailers of Spider-Man: Far From Home indicated that Peter Parker's next adventure would see him trying to step up as the new Iron Man. Like the Iron Man, the MCU's Spider-Man has lots of costumes, most of which come from Stark himself.
The legacy of Iron Man looms large in Spider-Man: Far From Home, and Peter's attempts to fight off the creatures known as the Elementals (and Mysterio) sees him put on almost as many different suits as the Armored Avenger himself. While we've seen most of Far From Home's suits in the film's trailers, here is a full list of every costume Peter Parker wears in the Jon Watts-directed film not counting the ever-changing suit he wore in Mysterio's illusions.
The Iron Spider Suit
When last we saw Peter Parker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he was resurrected along with every other person Thanos snapped away. Parker joined in the epic fight against the Mad Titan in the Iron Spider suit, which he was wearing when he was dusted. With a bevy of electronic upgrades and gold trim, this is still probably Spider-Man's most battle-ready suit.
Since Far From Home picks up where Endgame left off, Peter is still operating with the iconic Iron Spider suit as his main costume. The mechanical arms that were initially damaged in battle are now fixed. However, we don't see the suit in action all that much. After all, the main battle scene where Peter wears this suit was deleted, the young hero leaves his suit at home for his summer trip across Europe.
Spider-Man: Homecoming Suit
The main costume Peter Parker wore in Spider-Man: Homecoming also briefly appears in the film. Since Peter deson't want to take the Iron Spider on his trip, Aunt May sneaks his classic costume into his luggage. However, Peter opts not to wear this costume overseas, thinking that this classic red-and-blue costume might be too easy for people to figure he is Spider-Man.
The only time Peter actually wears the Homecoming suit in Far From Home is when he sneaks out in the middle of the night in Venice to go meet with Nick Fury and Quentin Beck.
When Peter Parker and his friends find themselves in Venice, they come under attack by the Water Elemental in broad daylight. Peter, who didn't expect any sort of trouble, is obviously taken aback -- but he doesn't let the fact that he has no Spider-Man costume on stop him from helping people.
In his civilian clothes, Peter searches for a mask to hide his identity as he tries to put a stop to the Elemental's rampage. Luckily, he grabs a court jester mask from a street vendor and wears it as he zips across Venice, stopping buildings from falling down. This may not technically be a Spider-Man costume, but it still might be a nod to the comic books. After all, Spider-Man has shown that, even without a mask, something as simple as a paper bag can hide his identity as he goes about helping people in danger.
After Peter Parker joins Quentin Beck and Nick Fury in their mission to stop the Elementals, he is given a new, tactical suit to fight in by Fury. The black Stealth Suit is meant to hide Spider-Man's presence in Europe, and it also allows Peter to act as more of a spy while he works recon for Mysterio.
We've seen plenty of the Stealth Suit in action in the movie's trailers, and with good reason -- this is actually one of the principal suits of the film, as Peter Parker spends a good amount of time wearing it. Thanks to its tactical tone, Peter perfectly blends in with the nigh sky.
The black-and-red "upgraded" Spider-Man suit makes its triumphant arrival in the film's final act. After Peter uses Tony Stark's tech to design and build this new suit, he takes it right into battle. The costume looks similar in design to the Homecoming suit and bears the same web wings that let him glide through the air as the previous costume.
However, the Upgraded version also offers more useful tech, as well as a different color scheme, complete with the white spider-emblem on its back that's reminiscent of Steve Ditko's earliest Spider-Man designs. This is the last suit that we see Spider-Man wearing in the movie and will presumably be his MCU costume for the forseeable future.
Now in theaters, director Jon Watts’ Spider-Man: Far From Home stars Tom Holland, Samuel L. Jackson, Zendaya, Cobie Smulders, Jon Favreau, JB Smoove, Jacob Batalon and Martin Starr, with Marisa Tomei and Jake Gyllenhaal.