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21st May '17 8:36:40 PM SAMAS
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* In ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', the title character wears a wide variety of outfits throughout the course of the anime. He is likewise depicted wearing Chinese tangs in a variety of colors in promotional artwork for the manga.

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* In ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', the title character wears a wide variety of outfits throughout the course of the anime. He is likewise depicted wearing Chinese tangs in a variety of colors in promotional artwork for the manga. His most iconic is usually a red top with black pants, the sleeve length of which varies. He is also often commonly shown in a Chinese "Mao" uniform instead.



** All of Ash's main outfits count (especially the Indigo League outfit), but his Ashley and {{meido}} outfits are remembered even though he only wore them once each.

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** All of Ash's main outfits count (especially (''especially'' the [[FirstInstallmentWins Indigo League League]] outfit), but his Ashley [[DraggedIntoDrag "Ashley" and {{meido}} maid]] outfits are remembered even though he only wore them once each.



** A little jarring in the case of Disney/{{Mulan}}, whose Iconic Outfit is her matchmaker dress (which she was uncomfortable wearing), but even more for Disney/{{Rapunzel}} from ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', whose long blonde hair is in every piece of merchandise... [[spoiler:while it being cut was what freed her from her oppressor.]]

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** A little jarring in the case of Disney/{{Mulan}}, whose Iconic Outfit is her matchmaker dress (which she was uncomfortable ''uncomfortable'' wearing), but even more for Disney/{{Rapunzel}} from ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', whose long blonde hair is in every piece of merchandise... [[spoiler:while it being cut was what freed frees her from her oppressor.]]



* Mickey Mouse's Sorcerer's Apprentice robe (complete with Yen Sid's hat) from ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}''.

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* Mickey Mouse's red shorts with the buttons in front, or his Sorcerer's Apprentice robe (complete with Yen Sid's hat) from ''{{Disney/Fantasia}}''.



* Disney/{{Dumbo}} has his NiceHat and circus collar. Even though he only wears it for a third of the film total, it's what all merchandise and materials portray him wearing.

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* Disney/{{Dumbo}} has his NiceHat and and/or circus collar. Even though he only wears it for a third of the film total, it's what all merchandise and materials portray him wearing.



** 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 cinnabon 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, ([[{{Stripperiffic}} if you can call it that...]]), is the [[GoGoEnslavement metal bikini]]. In fact, parody depictions will often combine the cinnabon cinna-bun hair and bikini, despite being from different movies.



*** Luke's grey-green jacket and pants that he wore on Dagobah and Cloud City.

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*** Luke's grey-green jacket and pants that he wore on Dagobah and Cloud City.City(and ''series/TheMuppetShow'').



** A close second would be bare-chested in black pants as seen in ''Film/EnterTheDragon''.

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** A close second would be bare-chested in black pants as seen in ''Film/EnterTheDragon''. Expect any BruceLeeClone to wear one or both sooner or later.



* The Ghostface Killer's (no, not [[Music/WuTangClan him]]) black robe and distinctive elongated white mask from the ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' movies.

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* The Ghostface Killer's (no, Killer's(no, not [[Music/WuTangClan him]]) ''[[Music/WuTangClan him]]'') black robe and distinctive elongated white mask from the ''Franchise/{{Scream}}'' movies.



* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'': Harry Dresden's [[BadassLongcoat leather duster]]. Thanks to the book covers, his very nifty hat as well. This has become iconic enough that it became an instant and obvious ShoutOut to Dresden fans when Creator/NicolasCage wore a similar duster and hat in ''Film/TheSorcerersApprentice''.

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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'': Harry Dresden's [[BadassLongcoat leather duster]]. Thanks to the book covers, his very nifty hat as well.well(that he doesn't actually ''wear'' in the series). This has become iconic enough that it became an instant and obvious ShoutOut to Dresden fans when Creator/NicolasCage wore a similar duster and hat in ''Film/TheSorcerersApprentice''.



** The Ranger outfit itself is iconic enough to be recognised by non-fans - base color bodysuit & helmet, long white gloves, boots & belt, and large black eyepiece on helmet, hardly varying from one season to another. Making it easy enough to create {{Evil Twin}}s for a MirrorMatch, just color the white parts black. There was an understandable backlash over the ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' (later ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'') outfits for having short-cuff gloves, ''shoes'' and ''no belts''.

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** The Ranger outfit itself is iconic enough to be recognised by non-fans - base color bodysuit & helmet, long white gloves, boots & belt, and large black eyepiece on helmet, hardly varying from one season to another. Making it easy enough to create {{Evil Twin}}s for a MirrorMatch, just color the white parts black. There was an understandable backlash over the ''Series/JukenSentaiGekiranger'' (later ''Series/PowerRangersJungleFury'') outfits for having short-cuff gloves, ''shoes'' and ''no belts''.belts'', to say nothing of ''Series/TokumeiSentaiGobusters'' for not using Spandex at all.



** Also his ''Billie Jean'' and ''Smooth Criminal'' outfits.



* Music/JanetJackson's [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f5/4d/0f/f54d0fec684848975aae1ed0c04a55bf.jpg "Rhythm Nation" military outfit.]]

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* Music/JanetJackson's [[https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/originals/f5/4d/0f/f54d0fec684848975aae1ed0c04a55bf.jpg "Rhythm Nation" military outfit.]]]]. Also the vest from "That's the Way Love Goes" and the black sweater-things and shiny pants she and Micheal wore in "Scream".



*** The Space Marines come in all the colors of the rainbow, but the blue and gold of the Ultramarines is undoubtedly the most well-recognized scheme.

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*** The Space Marines come in all the colors of the rainbow, but the blue and gold of the Ultramarines is undoubtedly the most well-recognized scheme. Followed shortly by the Blue-Grey Space Wolves, Red Blood Angels, and Green Dark Angels, then an often shifting set of secondary chapters which tends to change every edition or two. (Crimson Fists, then Black Templars, then Blood Ravens, etc...)


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* The ''TabletopGame/IronKingsoms'' ganes of ''WARMACHINE'' and ''Hordes'' tends to have this with it's armies, with one major color scheme nearly every army is shown in, and ''maybe'' a later book will show you another way to paint them.
* Cygnar's blue and gold(save the brown of the Trenchers, and even they have blue shoulder-plates).
* Khardor's deep red and black.
* The Protectorate in Cream and Maroon/gold.
* Cryx in Black and Green.
21st May '17 7:56:00 PM SAMAS
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* Sakura from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' has her [[DressedAllInRubber rubber]] CatGirl {{Meido}} outfit, among others... In fact, in the series the same outfit is never used twice, which is done on purpose.

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* Sakura from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' has her [[DressedAllInRubber rubber]] CatGirl {{Meido}} outfit, outfit she wore to catch [[ShockAndAwe The Thunder]], among others... In fact, in the series the same outfit is never used twice, which is done on purpose.
19th May '17 11:14:09 PM LtFedora
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** The olive grey tunics, matching caps, and red-blue rank insignia of the Imperial officers also count.
16th May '17 7:08:18 AM Coolnut
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* In ''VideoGame/KingsQuest'', there is Graham's iconic feathered cap, red sleeveless tunic, and cyan pants. Even after he becomes king, he prefers this outfit for daily life.
* ''VideoGame/LeisureSuitLarry'' has Larry Laffer's iconic white polyester leisure suit, complete with a gold plastic medallion and possibly other faux-gold chains.
13th May '17 2:43:04 PM Abodos
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** Link's "Sheikah blue" tunic from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' got a lot of positive feedback from the fanbase, to the point that fans are willing to accept it as an alternative to the aforementioned outfit. Let that sink in. You can still put Link in the classic green tunic if you have an amiibo. [[spoiler: There's also an updated classic green tunic from the very first game that you can unlock.]]

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** Link's "Sheikah blue" tunic Champion's Tunic from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' got a lot of positive feedback from the fanbase, to the point that fans are willing to accept it as an alternative to the aforementioned outfit. Let that sink in. You can still put Link in the classic green tunic if you have an amiibo. [[spoiler: There's also an updated classic green tunic from the very first game that you can unlock.]]


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** Much like with Link's tunic, Zelda's blue field clothes from ''Breath of the Wild'' have become her most iconic [[ModestRoyalty informal outfit]]. The fact that she wears it in her official art for the game and her ''Breath of the Wild'' amiibo certainly helps.
10th May '17 6:22:47 PM Animeking1108
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* Walter White from ''Series/BreakingBad'' has three outfits that are most associated with him:
** His green shirt and white briefs from the first episode.
** His Bowler Hat from when he becomes Heisenberg.
** The yellow contamination suit he, as well as Jesse, wears when cooking meth.
30th Apr '17 11:52:52 PM thesunisup
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* The leads from ''Anime/YuriOnIce'' all have iconic ice skates: teenage upstart Yurio wears trendy black Revolution blades, seasoned champion Viktor wears gold blades, and underdog hero Yuri wears standard steel blades made in his homeland.
30th Apr '17 2:23:36 PM 1kanna
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* WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse has his red shorts and yellow shoes.

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* WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse has his red shorts shorts, white gloves and yellow shoes.
30th Apr '17 2:11:50 PM 1kanna
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** Sora's outfit from the first game with the poofy red shorts and big yellow shoes, which was, notably, based on another iconic outfit: Mickey's. Sora goes through various costume changes through-out the series, but the silhouette and overall color scheme will always remain. (''Kingdom Hearts II'' was an exception, but only in the color scheme.)

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** Sora's outfit from the first game with the poofy red shorts shorts, white gloves and big yellow shoes, which was, notably, based on another iconic outfit: Mickey's. Sora goes through various costume changes through-out the series, but the silhouette and overall color scheme will always remain. (''Kingdom Hearts II'' was an exception, but only in the color scheme.)
30th Apr '17 1:10:17 PM nombretomado
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* The protagonists in ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' all have different clothes however the series is associated with Pete's clothes: backwards blue hat, red handkerchief around the neck, and overalls. In [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 the first game]] his handkerchief was the other way around and he had a ''green'' hat according to official art. Certain protagonists (such as Mark from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonIslandOfHappiness'' or Adam from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody'') use attire similar to Pete as a MythologyGag.

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* The protagonists in ''Franchise/HarvestMoon'' ''VideoGame/HarvestMoon'' all have different clothes however the series is associated with Pete's clothes: backwards blue hat, red handkerchief around the neck, and overalls. In [[VideoGame/HarvestMoon1 the first game]] his handkerchief was the other way around and he had a ''green'' hat according to official art. Certain protagonists (such as Mark from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonIslandOfHappiness'' or Adam from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonMagicalMelody'') use attire similar to Pete as a MythologyGag.
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