Graceful clothing is weight-reducing gear that can be bought from Grace found in the Rogues' Den beneath The Toad and Chicken in Burthorpe. The pieces are bought with marks of grace, which are obtained by completing Rooftop Agility Courses.
While individual pieces of the graceful outfit will increase the rate of the player's natural run energy restoration (adding up to 20%), wearing the full graceful outfit gives an additional 10% bonus, giving a total of 30% increased natural run energy restoration. Note that other items, such as the boots of lightness, spottier cape, and penance gloves, reduce more weight than their graceful counterparts, but they do not grant the run energy restoration bonus.
Any piece of any colour variation of the clothing set may be stored in a magic wardrobe in the costume room of their player-owned house.
Graceful clothing is placed on your gravestone upon death unless in the Wilderness and above level 20. The set is retrievable upon dying elsewhere in a PvP World.
The graceful outfit can only be bought with marks of grace, which can only be obtained by running laps on Rooftop Agility Courses. Buying the entire set costs 260 marks, which can be obtained as early as level 53 Agility if only the rooftop courses are done, no Agility experience from quests taking up rooftop training (otherwise, as early as level ~56), and Falador is skipped to remain at Canifis instead. Selling the whole set back to Grace will yield 208 marks. It is important to note that only uncoloured pieces of the set can be refunded.
The Canifis Rooftop Course is a popular rooftop course for obtaining the outfit due to its anomalously high rate of mark spawns. While the chance of receiving marks on courses that are 20 levels under a player's Agility level is decreased to 20% of their original rate, this reduction does not apply to the Canifis course, making it the best course for marks until Ardougne. Obtaining the full graceful outfit starting at level 40 agility on the Canifis Rooftop Course will take anywhere from 13-16 hours, which makes it the second fastest method in the game behind the Ardougne Rooftop Course. This will yield approximately 54-56 agility by the time 260 marks of grace have been obtained with this method.
Another popular method is getting to the Seers' Village Rooftop Course as soon as possible and obtaining marks there. Marks of Grace are earned there at ~75-90% of the rate as at Canifis (depending on the Kandarin Diary tier completed) with far higher experience rates. The experience rates of the Falador Rooftop and Wilderness Agility Courses are also significantly higher than Canifis', but marks of grace are obtained at a lower rate on the Falador Rooftop Course while not at all on the Wilderness Agility Course. If long-term Agility or marks goals are desired, this method is more efficient.
A full graceful set costs 260 marks of grace. If a player chooses to instead spend the same amount of marks on amylase packs, they instead receive 2,600 amylase crystals, which are currently worth 3,905,200 coins. This can be viewed as the monetary "value" of the graceful set. Thus, it is worth considering whether or not the set is worthwhile enough to account for the potential lost profit. However, the outfit is useful in training various skills, as well as questing. The graceful outfit can thus be seen as an investment that may pay off due to the amount of coins saved that would have otherwise been spent on stamina potions. This is a one-way valuation of the graceful set, as it may only be purchased via marks of grace. Once marks are spent on amylase packs and these packs are sold for coins, the only way to obtain more marks is to continue completing rooftop courses.
The weight reduction does not transfer to F2P worlds.
The total of the individual items is 20%, but the set effect adds another 10% increasing the total to 30%.
Speaking of Marks of Grace, they are a special currency that can only be obtained by running laps on the various Rooftop Agility Courses throughout OSRS. The game uses a lot of complicated math to determine when these drop, but simply put, there’s a chance every passed obstacle.
The fastest way to get Marks of Grace is to use the Canifis Rooftop Course, which requires 40 Agility. This course takes the least time between obstacles when compared to the others. Between these obstacles is when the Marks drop.
Ideally, you should be able to get all 260 Marks before level 60, if you got some before reaching Canifis at level 40. If not, however, it’s not the end of the world. At level 60, you unlock the Seer’s Village Rooftop Course, which gives Marks at a similar rate to Canifis.
Additionally, the Seer’s Village Rooftop Course provides great experience rates, and its Mark of Grace drop rate can be increased by completing any tier of the Kandarin Achievement Diary. This makes it the best place to train Agility from levels 60-70.
Once players gain 100% favour in a city in Great Kourend, they may recolour their graceful outfits to one of six different colours by talking to Osten in Shayzien. The player can recolour their Graceful outfit to the colours of any of the cities in which they have 100% favour, or a special colour scheme if they have 100% favour in all cities. Each piece of the outfit costs 15 marks of grace to recolour, requiring 90 marks of grace to fully recolour an outfit. The potential expense would be 225,300 coins per piece, and 1,351,800 coins for the entire outfit. Players can speak to Osten to revert the colours to the default appearance, but this will not refund any marks of grace, and recolouring the graceful will cost the same number of tokens again.
Note: Players can pick a different colour for each piece and still receive the set bonus.
In addition to these, there are four other recolours. The blue colour scheme, which matches the Agility cape, is available from Pirate Jackie the Fruit in Brimhaven for 250 agility arena tickets, and is only available for recolouring the whole graceful outfit. After this it will cost 45 tickets per piece of graceful.
There is also a dark recolouring, obtainable by using dark dye on a piece of the outfit, costing 300 hallowed marks at the Hallowed Sepulchre per piece of graceful, costing a total of 1,800 hallowed marks.
There is an adventurer's outfit variant which is based on the appearance of the Quest Point Cape, obtainable by using pieces of the tier 3 adventurer's outfit on graceful pieces, with the adventurer's outfit costing 1,800 Quest Speedrunning points to purchase.
Finally Trailblazer League graceful can be obtained with the trailblazer graceful ornament kit, with one being required per piece recoloured. They can be bought for 6,000 league points in the Leagues Reward Shop for six kits, or by trading with other players.
It costs 3,400 marks of grace to obtain one of every graceful set, including a base set with no recolour.
100% favour with all five houses required
Used to buy 6 dark dyes