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30th May '17 4:01:22 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has the protagonist subvert this trope as he wears his uniforms properly down to the footwear (in his opinion it's stylish). The party members still play it straight however. Ryuji wears his winter and summer uniform with bright graphic tees, his pantlegs rolled up, and white sneakers. Ann wears her winter uniform with a white zip-up hoodie underneath her blazer with the sleeves rolled up and red leggings underneath, while her summer uniform is worn properly with a blue jacket tied around her waist. Yusuke does not wear a tie, wears his winter uniform with an untucked non-regulation shirt and no blazer, and for his summer uniform he replaces his school's shirt and vest combo with a blue shirt that has the sleeves rolled up to his elbows. Makoto wears her winter uniform correctly but replaces the blazer with a black vest and her summer uniform is worn with a dress shirt instead of the school polo, a belt around her waist, and black leggings underneath. Haru wears a pink turtleneck cardigan over her winter uniform with floral tights and replaces the polo shirt with a purple turtleneck tank top for her summer uniform.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has the protagonist subvert this trope as he wears his uniforms properly down to the footwear (in his opinion it's stylish). The party members still play it straight however. Ryuji wears his winter and summer uniform with bright graphic tees, his pantlegs rolled up, and white sneakers. Ann wears her winter uniform with a white zip-up hoodie underneath her blazer with the sleeves rolled up and red leggings underneath, while her summer uniform is worn properly with a blue jacket tied around her waist. Yusuke does not wear never wears a tie, wears his winter uniform with an untucked non-regulation shirt and no blazer, and for his summer uniform he replaces his school's shirt and vest combo with a blue shirt that has the sleeves rolled up to his elbows.dark-blue shirt. Makoto wears her winter uniform correctly but replaces the blazer with a black vest and her summer uniform is worn with a dress shirt instead of the school polo, a belt around her waist, and black leggings underneath. Haru wears a pink turtleneck cardigan over her winter uniform with floral tights and replaces the polo shirt with a purple turtleneck tank top for her summer uniform.
30th May '17 3:52:16 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has the protagonist subvert this trope as he wears his uniforms properly down to the footwear (in his opinion it's stylish). The party members still play it straight however. Ryuji wears his winter and summer uniform with bright graphic tees, his pantlegs rolled up, and white sneakers. Ann wears her winter uniform with a white zip-up hoodie underneath her blazer with the sleeves rolled up and red leggings underneath, while her summer uniform is worn properly with a blue jacket tied around her waist. Yusuke wears his winter uniform with the shirt untucked and no blazer or tie, and for his summer uniform he replaces his school's shirt and vest combo with a blue shirt that has the sleeves rolled up to his elbows. Makoto wears her winter uniform correctly but replaces the blazer with a black vest and her summer uniform is worn with a dress shirt instead of the school polo, a belt around her waist, and black leggings underneath. Haru wears a pink turtleneck cardigan over her winter uniform with floral tights and replaces the polo shirt with a purple turtleneck tank top for her summer uniform.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has the protagonist subvert this trope as he wears his uniforms properly down to the footwear (in his opinion it's stylish). The party members still play it straight however. Ryuji wears his winter and summer uniform with bright graphic tees, his pantlegs rolled up, and white sneakers. Ann wears her winter uniform with a white zip-up hoodie underneath her blazer with the sleeves rolled up and red leggings underneath, while her summer uniform is worn properly with a blue jacket tied around her waist. Yusuke does not wear a tie, wears his winter uniform with the shirt an untucked non-regulation shirt and no blazer or tie, blazer, and for his summer uniform he replaces his school's shirt and vest combo with a blue shirt that has the sleeves rolled up to his elbows. Makoto wears her winter uniform correctly but replaces the blazer with a black vest and her summer uniform is worn with a dress shirt instead of the school polo, a belt around her waist, and black leggings underneath. Haru wears a pink turtleneck cardigan over her winter uniform with floral tights and replaces the polo shirt with a purple turtleneck tank top for her summer uniform.
29th Apr '17 1:14:41 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial 1'' and ''2'', Rei and Mei Ijuin, as heirs of the filthy rich Ijuin Family, are allowed to wear variants of their respective schools' regular uniform. Becomes a plot point in ''Tokimeki Memorial 2'', as if Mei is in [[RelationshipValues Tokimeki Status]] with the main protagonist, [[spoiler: near the end of the game, he can give her a regular Hibikino School Uniform as a Christmas present, and she'll wear it out of love for him later in one of her special Events]].

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* In ''Franchise/TokimekiMemorial ''VisualNovel/TokimekiMemorial 1'' and ''2'', Rei and Mei Ijuin, as heirs of the filthy rich Ijuin Family, are allowed to wear variants of their respective schools' regular uniform. Becomes a plot point in ''Tokimeki Memorial 2'', as if Mei is in [[RelationshipValues Tokimeki Status]] with the main protagonist, [[spoiler: near the end of the game, he can give her a regular Hibikino School Uniform as a Christmas present, and she'll wear it out of love for him later in one of her special Events]].
29th Apr '17 2:59:24 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* The ''Persona'' series delves into both this and NonuniformUniform:
** In ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'', each of the playable characters have their own personal flair. The protagonist, Maki, Eriko, and Nanjo wear the uniform correctly, but have [[IconicItem an earring, compact-amulet, an orange scarf, and a light blue #1 scarf]] respectively. Yukino also wears the uniform correctly, but wears a much longer skirt. Masao/Mark also has an earring, but he wears a turtleneck shirt, a NiceHat, and carries around a yellow tagger's backpack. Hidehiko wears a purple longsleeve shirt with his jacket half open, numerous bangles, red boots, and has a pair of sunglasses perched on his head. Yuko wears a skirt that is half the length of the standard skirt and she wears a blue-with-green-stripes jacket and baggy knee-socks. Reiji goes around [[WalkingShirtlessScene with his jacket open and no shirt on]] and wears a pair of American flag motif FingerlessGloves.

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* The ''Persona'' ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'' series delves into both this and NonuniformUniform:
** In the first ''VideoGame/{{Persona}}'', each of the playable characters have their own personal flair. The protagonist, Maki, Eriko, and Nanjo wear the uniform correctly, but have [[IconicItem an earring, compact-amulet, an orange scarf, and a light blue #1 scarf]] respectively. Yukino also wears the uniform correctly, but wears a much longer skirt. Masao/Mark also has an earring, but he wears a turtleneck shirt, a NiceHat, and carries around a yellow tagger's backpack. Hidehiko wears a purple longsleeve shirt with his jacket half open, numerous bangles, red boots, and has a pair of sunglasses perched on his head. Yuko wears a skirt that is half the length of the standard skirt and she wears a blue-with-green-stripes jacket and baggy knee-socks. Reiji goes around [[WalkingShirtlessScene with his jacket open and no shirt on]] and wears a pair of American flag motif FingerlessGloves.
13th Apr '17 2:41:07 AM Khathi
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* The [[RedsWithRockets Soviet Army]], relying principally on conscription to supply manpower, inevitably encompassed the dozens of different recognized nationalities within the nation. With conscription being a sort of difficult rite of passage for many young men, when their terms of service ended, the same men were allowed what was informally called a demobilization uniform, if they desired, which would feature whatever items, patches, or other trinkets they had collected. The only requirement was that still vaguely resemble their original service uniforms, and as a result, many men returning to their homes wore some truly gaudy and flashy tunics with extra aiguillettes, shoulder insignia, and more.

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* The [[RedsWithRockets Soviet Army]], relying principally on conscription to supply manpower, inevitably encompassed the dozens of different recognized nationalities within the nation. With conscription being a sort of difficult rite of passage for many young men, when their terms of service ended, the same men were allowed what was informally called a demobilization uniform, if they desired, which would feature whatever items, patches, or other trinkets they had collected. The only requirement was that still vaguely resemble their original service uniforms, and as a result, many men returning to their homes wore some truly gaudy and flashy tunics with extra aiguillettes, shoulder insignia, and more. The units/branches where this practice was most widespread even gained a nickname of "motor-sewing", a pun on motor-rifle regiments.
* This trope was actually the reason why the CommissarCap ever became the regulation cap of the RussiansWithRustingRockets in [[TheNewRussia the 90es]]. Originally it was just TheEighties military chic, where some officers begun competing for [[BlingOfWar having the biggest and highest cap in the unit]]. Then [[SukhomlinovEffect some brass loved the style]] and put it into the regs, which ironically coincided with TheGreatPoliticsMessUp.
9th Apr '17 3:17:53 AM Hvedekorn
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** Chikushi wears [[ProperTightsWithASkirt tights]] instead of stockings.

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** Chikushi wears and Amamiya wear [[ProperTightsWithASkirt tights]] instead of stockings.
3rd Apr '17 5:40:15 PM Elemiel
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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has the protagonist subvert this trope as he wears his uniforms properly down to the footwear (in his opinion it's stylish). The party members still play it straight however. Ryuji wears his winter and summer uniform with bright graphic tees, his pantlegs rolled up, and white sneakers. Ann wears her winter uniform with a white zip-up hoodie underneath her blazer with the sleeves rolled up and red leggings underneath, while her summer uniform is worn properly with a blue jacket tied around her waist. Yusuke wears his winter uniform with the shirt untucked and no blazer or tie and for his summer uniform, he replaces his school's shirt and vest combo with a blue shirt that has the sleeves rolled up to his elbows. Makoto wears her winter uniform correctly but replaces the blazer with a black vest and her summer uniform is worn with a dress shirt instead of the school polo, a belt around her waist, and black leggings underneath. Haru wears a pink turtleneck cardigan over her winter uniform with floral tights and replaces the polo shirt with a purple turtleneck tank top for her summer uniform.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' has the protagonist subvert this trope as he wears his uniforms properly down to the footwear (in his opinion it's stylish). The party members still play it straight however. Ryuji wears his winter and summer uniform with bright graphic tees, his pantlegs rolled up, and white sneakers. Ann wears her winter uniform with a white zip-up hoodie underneath her blazer with the sleeves rolled up and red leggings underneath, while her summer uniform is worn properly with a blue jacket tied around her waist. Yusuke wears his winter uniform with the shirt untucked and no blazer or tie tie, and for his summer uniform, uniform he replaces his school's shirt and vest combo with a blue shirt that has the sleeves rolled up to his elbows. Makoto wears her winter uniform correctly but replaces the blazer with a black vest and her summer uniform is worn with a dress shirt instead of the school polo, a belt around her waist, and black leggings underneath. Haru wears a pink turtleneck cardigan over her winter uniform with floral tights and replaces the polo shirt with a purple turtleneck tank top for her summer uniform.
19th Mar '17 10:12:41 AM nombretomado
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*** After Corran is [[NeverFoundTheBody declared missing in action and presumed dead]] (''The Krytos Trap''), Rogue Squadron has their flight suits changed from the orange seen in ''ANewHope'' to dark green with black and white trim, after Corran's X-Wing. It's never stated whether they changed back after he reappears.

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*** After Corran is [[NeverFoundTheBody declared missing in action and presumed dead]] (''The Krytos Trap''), Rogue Squadron has their flight suits changed from the orange seen in ''ANewHope'' ''Film/ANewHope'' to dark green with black and white trim, after Corran's X-Wing. It's never stated whether they changed back after he reappears.
10th Mar '17 6:31:57 PM xlblplk
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* In the ''Literature/TheShipWho'' series, Chria Chance wears an identical uniform - except it's made of genuine animal leather. It's implied that she's allowed to get away with it for the same reason they ignore her patently fake name; she's almost certainly a ''BlackSheep'' daughter of a High Family who wants to make her own way.

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* In the ''Literature/TheShipWho'' series, Chria Chance wears an identical uniform - except it's made of genuine animal leather. It's implied that she's allowed to get away with it for the same reason they ignore her patently fake name; she's almost certainly a ''BlackSheep'' [[BlackSheep Black Sheep]] daughter of a High Family who wants to make her own way.
10th Mar '17 6:31:22 PM xlblplk
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* In the ''Literature/TheShipWho'' series, Chria Chance wears an identical uniform - except it's made of genuine animal leather. It's implied that she's allowed to get away with it for the same reason they ignore her patently fake name; she's almost certainly a ''Black Sheep'' daughter of a High Family who wants to make her own way.

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* In the ''Literature/TheShipWho'' series, Chria Chance wears an identical uniform - except it's made of genuine animal leather. It's implied that she's allowed to get away with it for the same reason they ignore her patently fake name; she's almost certainly a ''Black Sheep'' ''BlackSheep'' daughter of a High Family who wants to make her own way.
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