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7th Feb '16 1:04:32 AM SSJMagus
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** The series also mentions how the Rogues, when they go [[IncrediblyLamePun rogue]], enjoy personalizing their X-Wings' color schemes, while Wraith Squadron when masquerading as [[SpacePirates pirates]] gets to do the same. And even when working for the Rebellion, Corran Horn's fighter and flightsuit retain their original [=CorSec=] colors. Though it probably shouldn't be surprising that a rebels' military has a lax attitude towards standardization...
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** The series also mentions how the Rogues, when they go [[IncrediblyLamePun rogue]], enjoy personalizing their X-Wings' color schemes, while Wraith Squadron when masquerading as [[SpacePirates pirates]] gets to do the same. And even when working for the Rebellion, Corran Horn's fighter and flightsuit retain their original [=CorSec=] colors.colors, since they're his personal property rather than issued by the military. Though it probably shouldn't be surprising that a rebels' military has a lax attitude towards standardization...
6th Feb '16 7:30:23 PM JadeEyes1
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** Jenny, the title character from the episode "The Doctor's Daughter", is a [[DesignerBabies genetically engineered]] soldier who emerges fully grown (and clothed) from a cloning machine. While her fellow soldiers are dressed in standard drab fatigues, Jenny sports fitted black leather trousers, a tight green tee shirt (in a vibrant, flattering shade) and flawless makeup (including what looks like ''false eyelashes''). The difference in uniform is never explained, and no one seems to question it.
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** Jenny, the title character from the episode "The Doctor's Daughter", is a [[DesignerBabies genetically engineered]] soldier who emerges fully grown (and clothed) from a cloning machine. While her fellow soldiers are dressed in standard drab fatigues, Jenny [[http://www.celebrityparty.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/500x500/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/s/c/sc128_jenny_-_the_doctors_daughter.jpg Jenny]] sports fitted black leather trousers, a tight green tee shirt (in a vibrant, flattering shade) shade), hair extensions, and flawless a full face of makeup (including what looks like ''false eyelashes''). The difference in uniform is never explained, and no one seems to question it.
3rd Feb '16 5:03:40 AM AdamC
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** Only two NERV personnel are shown to deviate from the standard light-brown uniform with triangular crest: [[ColonelBadass Misato]] with her red jacket and [[HotScientist Ritsuko]] with her labcoat. [[DoubleReverseQuadrupleAgent Kaji]] and [[TheStarscream Fuyutsuki]] merely wear a dark-brown version, while [[TheChessmaster Gendo]] has a black jacket (which, unlike the other characters, he habitually wears unbuttoned).
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** Only two NERV personnel are shown to deviate from the standard light-brown uniform with triangular crest: [[ColonelBadass Misato]] with her red jacket and [[HotScientist Ritsuko]] with her labcoat. [[DoubleReverseQuadrupleAgent Kaji]] and [[TheStarscream Fuyutsuki]] merely wear a dark-brown version, while [[TheChessmaster Gendo]] has a black jacket (which, unlike the other characters, he habitually wears unbuttoned). Given Kaji and Fuyutsuki are particularly high in NERV command, and Gendo is even higher than they are, it's possible the color change is somehow indicative of rank.
24th Jan '16 9:47:15 AM nombretomado
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Correcting hyphenated wick
** In ''Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}'', Arika's uniform has pink trim, unlike the green in most Coral uniforms. The top Pearl wears a white uniform instead of gray, with red trim instead of yellow. Mai, however, wears bright orange trim with her Coral and Pearl uniforms.
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** In ''Anime/{{Mai-Otome}}'', ''Anime/MaiOtome'', Arika's uniform has pink trim, unlike the green in most Coral uniforms. The top Pearl wears a white uniform instead of gray, with red trim instead of yellow. Mai, however, wears bright orange trim with her Coral and Pearl uniforms.

* In ''StrikeWitches'', the 501st Joint Fighter Wing is a temporary multi-national unit, so the characters all wear the uniforms of their home services. This still doesn't explain why Minna, Gertrude, and Erica wear different style uniforms despite all of them being from the same unit, or why in the anime Yoshika just fights in her school clothes.
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* In ''StrikeWitches'', ''Anime/StrikeWitches'', the 501st Joint Fighter Wing is a temporary multi-national unit, so the characters all wear the uniforms of their home services. This still doesn't explain why Minna, Gertrude, and Erica wear different style uniforms despite all of them being from the same unit, or why in the anime Yoshika just fights in her school clothes.
10th Jan '16 5:29:19 PM phoenix
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** Goalkeepers in [[TheBeautifulGame association football]] must wear uniforms that make them distinguishable from other players. This has occasionally led to customized uniforms.
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** Goalkeepers in [[TheBeautifulGame [[UsefulNotes/AssociationFootball association football]] must wear uniforms that make them distinguishable from other players. This has occasionally led to customized uniforms.
9th Jan '16 9:20:41 PM jormis29
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* In ''Series/{{Nurse Jackie}}'', the series' [[CharacterTitle title character]], Jackie Peyton, is the only nurse who wears the classical "ciel blue" (often called "hospital blue") scrubs, which was done on purpose to distinguish her as efficient and dependable.
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* In ''Series/{{Nurse Jackie}}'', ''Series/NurseJackie'', the series' [[CharacterTitle title character]], Jackie Peyton, is the only nurse who wears the classical "ciel blue" (often called "hospital blue") scrubs, which was done on purpose to distinguish her as efficient and dependable.

* ''{{JONAS}}'' is a particularly egregious example. All the main characters have a custom uniform while the [[RedShirt background extras]] don't.
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* ''{{JONAS}}'' ''Series/{{Jonas}}'' is a particularly egregious example. All the main characters have a custom uniform while the [[RedShirt background extras]] don't.

* Lieutenant Jim Dangle from ''{{Reno 911}}'' wears shorts with his uniform, which he states he had to specifically ask the state for permission to do.
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* Lieutenant Jim Dangle from ''{{Reno ''Series/{{Reno 911}}'' wears shorts with his uniform, which he states he had to specifically ask the state for permission to do.

* In ''FTroop'', Corporal Agarn wore a distinctive hat, quite unlike anyone else's in the troop. This was an ActorAllusion to Larry Storch's StandUpComedy persona. * In ''TheDukesOfHazzard'', Sheriff Rosco Coltrane doesn't wear a regulation police hat like his deputies, instead opting for a black cowboy hat which he almost always wears, even when off-duty. * In ''DadsArmy'', Private Pike was rarely seen without the definitely non-standard scarf his mum insisted he wear. Captain Mainwaring didn't much like it, but accepted that Pike was merely obeying a superior authority.
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* In ''FTroop'', ''Series/FTroop'', Corporal Agarn wore a distinctive hat, quite unlike anyone else's in the troop. This was an ActorAllusion to Larry Storch's StandUpComedy persona. * In ''TheDukesOfHazzard'', ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'', Sheriff Rosco Coltrane doesn't wear a regulation police hat like his deputies, instead opting for a black cowboy hat which he almost always wears, even when off-duty. * In ''DadsArmy'', ''Series/DadsArmy'', Private Pike was rarely seen without the definitely non-standard scarf his mum insisted he wear. Captain Mainwaring didn't much like it, but accepted that Pike was merely obeying a superior authority.
2nd Jan '16 5:28:18 PM nombretomado
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* Disney seems to be fond of it lately; they do the same thing in the "Mackenzie Falls" [[{{Omake}} Web shorts]] tied in with ''SonnyWithAChance''. Then again, those are ''supposed'' to be LampshadeHanging schlocky teen drama tropes.
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* Disney seems to be fond of it lately; they do the same thing in the "Mackenzie Falls" [[{{Omake}} Web shorts]] tied in with ''SonnyWithAChance''.''Series/SonnyWithAChance''. Then again, those are ''supposed'' to be LampshadeHanging schlocky teen drama tropes.
31st Dec '15 12:28:36 PM Doug86
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* In episode of ''KenanAndKel'', "Bye Bye Kenan part 2", Kel arrives in Kenan's new school wearing a green tracksuit and black leather jacket. The teacher mistook him for Kenan and calls him out about the clothes he is wearing. It is dropped when Kel says he isn't the student she is expecting.
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* In episode of ''KenanAndKel'', ''Series/KenanAndKel'', "Bye Bye Kenan part 2", Kel arrives in Kenan's new school wearing a green tracksuit and black leather jacket. The teacher mistook him for Kenan and calls him out about the clothes he is wearing. It is dropped when Kel says he isn't the student she is expecting.
27th Dec '15 10:04:41 AM MythrilMothV3
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** In ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyEquestriaGirlsFriendshipGames'', some of the Crystal Prep students wear different versions of the Crystal Prep uniform, or [[NonUniformUniform alter their uniform in some way]]. The most notable example is Twilight Sparkle, whose vest and necktie are completely different from any other Crystal Prep uniform.
24th Dec '15 8:32:51 AM kyojikasshu
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* In the Creator/DCComics ''Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration'' miniseries, the Bickleys (a married couple who serve as backups for the conn and ops stations, and who [[AwfulWeddedLife constantly argue with each other]]) are the only members of Starfleet ever to be shown wearing a ''leotard'' variant of the uniform. They also wore bright green capes for some reason.
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