I actually purposely went with a clashing color for the weapons. I didn't want them looking as if they were color matched, like some super hero with matching costume and batarangs. I wanted to make it seem like he picked a set of weapons that were effective, not for visual adherence.
Thank you on the compliments, by the way, all of you. This will probably be the last time this costume is worn for a year, as I'll be gone in Afghanistan on a lovely little vacation. When I get back, I have plans on working on Dar Kyram 2.0. I'll be pretty much starting from scratch, and retooling the whole kit. New helmet, new kama, new jumpsuit. I may keep the plates and transfer them to the new vest I'm hoping to work on when I get back. The one I have currently isn't the best, and I'm not entirely happy with it. I really want a more Jango-style vest. And I want it easier to be able to get into than the lacing I currently have. I would very much like a new pauldron, one that looks more movie-screen accurate, as it's an ARC Captain's pauldron (Pre-CW Abomination style).
And the armor has been weathered since I first made it. From a distance, you can't really tell. But up close, everything head-to-toe is scratched and marred, no longer a fresh clean paint job. I like it for the sheer fact that, as I state over and over, the concept of a Mandalorian who takes care of his armor knows it'll take care of him. Jango never let his armor look bad. It was clearly well kept and constant maintenance was done on it to keep it professional and clean. A lot of nay sayers like the look of armor that's been taken through the trenches and back... but no one questions Jango's kit.