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25th Oct '17 11:24:48 AM PDL
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** Similarly, Yoshi isn't known for wearing many clothes, but he does wear a pair of brown shoes and a saddle-like shell on his back.
** Birdo wears a bow on her (Or is it his?) head.
25th Oct '17 11:18:58 AM Kadorhal
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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV''

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* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIV''''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto'' has many examples, since except for the protagonists starting from ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoViceCity Vice City]]'', [[LimitedWardrobe none of the characters ever change clothes]].
** One of the most famous is the first [[SequelDisplacement well-known]] one, Claude's black leather jacket and drab green cargo pants in ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoIII''. He's even wearing the ''exact'' same outfit in his cameo in ''[[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas San Andreas]]'', set nine years before.
** Even the ones that can change outfits are most commonly identified with whatever they wear at the start of the game; Tommy Vercetti of the aforementioned ''Vice City'' has quite a few outfits available, but he's most associated with his starting Hawaiian shirt.
** Carl Johnson of ''San Andreas'' even moreso, primarily associated with his starting white tanktop, jeans and sneakers, despite having an even more extensive selection of clothes available to him.



* ''VideoGame/PaydayTheHeist'' has a two-piece suit and clown mask combination worn by every member of the crew. While the suits aren't worn in all of the heists, [[note]]Counterfeit, Undercover, Diamond Heist, Slaughterhouse, No Mercy and Green Bridge forces you to wear Boiler suits, Grey T-Shirts, Hospital Scrubs and Yellow Raincoats respectively.[[/note]], the clown masks and suits are ubiquitous and unique to each crew member. Come ''VideoGame/PAYDAY2'', the crew wears the suits on every heist except the Green Bridge remake [[note]]which brings back the Yellow Raincoats sans Hood.[[/note]], [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience and the suits are colored differently for each crew member.]] Though Dallas' Mask and Suit is the Most Iconic for the franchise, being present in all media since Paydays' Inception.

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* ''VideoGame/PaydayTheHeist'' has a two-piece suit and clown mask combination worn by every member of the crew. While the suits aren't worn in all of the heists, [[note]]Counterfeit, heists,[[note]]they wear boiler suits in Counterfeit, grey T-shirts in Undercover, Diamond Heist, Heist and Slaughterhouse, and yellow raincoats in Green Bridge; No Mercy and Green Bridge forces you to wear Boiler starts off in the suits, Grey T-Shirts, Hospital Scrubs and Yellow Raincoats respectively.[[/note]], but has them switch out for hospital scrubs if playing in stealth[[/note]] the clown masks and suits are ubiquitous and unique to each crew member. Come ''VideoGame/PAYDAY2'', the crew wears the suits on every ''every'' heist except the Green Bridge remake [[note]]which brings back the Yellow Raincoats sans Hood.[[/note]], remake, [[ColourCodedForYourConvenience and the suits are colored differently for each crew member.]] Though Dallas' Mask mask and Suit suit is the Most Iconic most iconic for the franchise, being present in all media since Paydays' Inception.''PAYDAY''[='=]s inception.



* ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto: [[VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoSanAndreas San Andreas]]'' has many examples, since [[LimitedWardrobe none of the characters ever change clothes]]. The most popular outfit is CJ's starting outfit, a white tank top along with jeans pants and a pair of sneakers.
25th Oct '17 9:58:36 AM bitemytail
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* Creator/LaurelAndHardy's bowler hats (often depicted in their movies' opening titles for instant identification) -- gives them a little dignity against all odds. True to the HatShop trope, wearing them in ''Way Out West'' marks them as out of their element.

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* Creator/LaurelAndHardy's bowler hats (often depicted in their movies' opening titles for instant identification) -- gives them a little dignity against all odds. True to the HatShop trope, wearing Wearing them in ''Way Out West'' marks them as out of their element.
25th Oct '17 4:58:33 AM Kadorhal
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** Princess Leia's cinnamon-bun hairdo. Her white dress and blaster are also part of her classic look, but not as important as the hair. Her more famous outfit, ([[{{Stripperiffic}} if you can call it that...]]), is the [[GoGoEnslavement metal bikini]]. In fact, parody depictions will often combine the cinna-bun hair and bikini, despite being from different movies.

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** Princess Leia's cinnamon-bun hairdo. Her white dress and blaster are also part of her classic look, but not as important as the hair. Her more famous outfit, outfit ([[{{Stripperiffic}} if you can call it that...]]), an "outfit"...]]) is the [[GoGoEnslavement metal bikini]]. In fact, parody depictions will often combine the cinna-bun hair and bikini, despite being from different movies.



* ''Franchise/MetalGear''
** Solid Snake's [[SpyCatsuit sneaking suit]] in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' has become a fondly remarked-upon outfit, especially for the [[{{Fanservice}} the way it highlights]] [[StupidSexyFlanders his backside]] -- remember that he only wore it for about ''two hours'' (technically, as it's actually the [=MGS1=] sneaking suit minus the thermal vest), in a game where he wasn't even the lead character, and yet it's eclipsed everything else he's ever worn to the point where it's considered his 'default' look. The Bandanna would probably fall under this as well, if it wasn't already an in-game meme/[[InfinityPlusOneSword infinity-plus-one-bandanna]]. There's also his trusty [[CompanionCube cardboard box]]. To a lesser extent is the sneaking suit from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', which as above is the same as the ''Sons of Liberty'' one with a thick thermal vest/body armor added - spinoffs such as ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel Ghost Babel]]'' and the ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearAcid Acid]]'' games have him wearing that variant, which fit well for the near-arctic Alaskan environment it was introduced for [[TheArtifact but looks completely out of place]] in the Central and South African areas those spinoffs take place in.

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* ''Franchise/MetalGear''
''VideoGame/MetalGear''
** Solid Snake's [[SpyCatsuit sneaking suit]] in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' has become a fondly remarked-upon outfit, especially for the [[{{Fanservice}} the way it highlights]] [[StupidSexyFlanders his backside]] -- remember that he only wore it for about ''two hours'' (technically, as it's actually the [=MGS1=] sneaking suit minus the thermal vest), hours'', in a game where he wasn't even the lead character, and yet it's eclipsed everything else he's ever worn to the point where it's considered his 'default' look.look; even the [=OctoCamo=] outfit he wears in ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4GunsOfThePatriots Guns of the Patriots]]'' has a pre-installed camo pattern that takes on the color of the sneaking suit. The Bandanna would probably fall under this as well, if it wasn't already an in-game meme/[[InfinityPlusOneSword infinity-plus-one-bandanna]]. There's also his trusty [[CompanionCube cardboard box]]. To a somewhat lesser extent is the sneaking suit from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'', which as above is actually the same outfit as the more famous ''Sons of Liberty'' one one, with the addition of a thick thermal vest/body armor added - spinoffs such as ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearGhostBabel Ghost Babel]]'' and the ''[[VideoGame/MetalGearAcid Acid]]'' games have him wearing that variant, which fit well for the near-arctic Alaskan environment it was introduced for [[TheArtifact but looks completely out of place]] in the Central and South African areas those spinoffs take place in.



* Master Chief's armor in ''Franchise/{{Halo}}''. That might be because ''he never wears anything else''.

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* Master Chief's armor in ''Franchise/{{Halo}}''. That ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'', which might be because ''he never wears anything else''.else''. His look in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 2}}'', the "Mark VI" version of the armor, is particularly iconic, since he wears it in the [[VideoGame/{{Halo3}} next]] [[VideoGame/{{Halo4}} two]] games, though his classic look, the "Mark V" armor, from ''[[VideoGame/HaloCombatEvolved Combat Evolved]]'' is still famous enough that it's possible to use the same helmet and otherwise make a more than passable reproduction of it in ''VideoGame/HaloReach''.



** Banjo the Bear is memorable for his yellow shorts. He was granted the chance to talk about it in a Facebook Q&A promoting his latest game. Of course, he also has the backpack that houses his longtime friend Kazooie, but uh...[[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=273 that may cause some uncomfortable conversations these days]].

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** Banjo the Bear is memorable for his yellow shorts. He was granted the chance to talk about it in a Facebook Q&A promoting his latest game. Of course, he also has the backpack that houses his longtime friend Kazooie, but uh... [[http://www.vgcats.com/comics/?strip_id=273 that may cause some uncomfortable conversations these days]].
18th Oct '17 1:54:01 AM ImSpidey2
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** Waluigi's purple cap, white gloves, purple shirt, and darker purple overalls.

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** Waluigi's purple cap, white gloves, purple shirt, and darker purple very dark blue overalls.
25th Sep '17 6:51:17 PM thecarolinabull01
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* "Macho Man" Wrestling/RandySavage is best known in pop culture for his colorful cowboy hats, sunglasses and jackets covered in fringed tassels. That look is likely more iconic than the sparkly ponchos and headbands that he wore in his prime.

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* More like an Iconic template, "Macho Man" Wrestling/RandySavage is best known in pop culture for his colorful cowboy hats, sunglasses and jackets covered in fringed tassels. That look is likely more iconic than the sparkly ponchos and headbands that he wore in his prime.
25th Sep '17 11:29:49 AM thecarolinabull01
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* "Macho Man" Wrestling/RandySavage is best known in pop culture for his colorful cowboy hats, sunglasses and jackets covered in fringed tassels. That look is probably more iconic than the sparkly ponchos and headbands that he wore in his prime.

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* "Macho Man" Wrestling/RandySavage is best known in pop culture for his colorful cowboy hats, sunglasses and jackets covered in fringed tassels. That look is probably likely more iconic than the sparkly ponchos and headbands that he wore in his prime.
25th Sep '17 11:21:47 AM thecarolinabull01
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* Yellow trunks and boots, red knee pads, a tearaway t-shirt and a bandana or headband. Wrestling/{{Hulk|Hogan}}amania is runnin' wild, brother!
* "Macho Man" Wrestling/RandySavage is best known in pop culture for his colorful cowboy hats, sunglasses and jackets covered in fringed tassels. That look is probably more iconic than the sparkly ponchos and headbands that he wore in his prime.
* Wrestling/JohnCena: baseball cap, armbands and jean shorts.
* Wrestling/TheUndertaker has his black wide-brimmed derby hat and matching BadassLongcoat.
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21st Sep '17 8:10:48 PM ScottMarshall
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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZoneBalance'' has one Barry Bluejeans, who is known to always wear...well, guess. [[spoiler:They're iconic enough that they provide one of the best WhamLines in the whole series.]]
--> '''Griffin:''' And Merle, you crack open the chest and retrieve the clothes within. A white cotton shirt, a studded leather belt, and a pair of pants... [[spoiler:Sturdy. Denim. And blue.]]

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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZoneBalance'' has one Barry Bluejeans, who is known to always wear...well, guess. [[spoiler:They're iconic enough that that, over fifty episodes after Barry's death, they provide one of the best WhamLines {{Wham Line}}s in the whole series.]]
--> '''Griffin:''' And Merle, you crack open the chest and retrieve the clothes within. A white cotton shirt, a studded leather belt, and a pair of pants... [[spoiler:Sturdy. Denim. And blue.]]]][...][[spoiler:''Barry's back.'']]
21st Sep '17 8:08:26 PM ScottMarshall
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* ''Podcast/TheAdventureZoneBalance'' has one Barry Bluejeans, who is known to always wear...well, guess. [[spoiler:They're iconic enough that they provide one of the best WhamLines in the whole series.]]
--> '''Griffin:''' And Merle, you crack open the chest and retrieve the clothes within. A white cotton shirt, a studded leather belt, and a pair of pants... [[spoiler:Sturdy. Denim. And blue.]]
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