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19th Jul '16 3:15:59 PM jake38
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'', the Investigation Team has their [[SchoolUniformsAreTheNewBlack customized school uniforms]].
13th Jul '16 11:43:55 AM StFan
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Compare IconicItem. If what the character is called is itself derived from the outfit, it's the PersonWithTheClothing. In the event of a ShallowParody, the character ''will'' be wearing that outfit, no exceptions-- that may be the only thing they get right.

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Compare IconicItem. If what the character is called is itself derived from the outfit, it's the PersonWithTheClothing. In the event of a ShallowParody, the character ''will'' be wearing that outfit, no exceptions-- exceptions -- that may be the only thing they get right.



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* [[Website/GameFAQs Board 8]] has a wiki. The very first line in the page for one longtime regular is that he has an awesome shirt... with a link to the wiki page ''[[http://board8.wikia.com/wiki/Ulti%27s_shirt for the shirt.]]''
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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/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries 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'' 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/HarvestMoonOriginalSeries [[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.



* The immense popularity of ''FanFic/HalfLifeFullLifeConsequences'' means that almost every video made using ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' uses the same "John Freeman" model as it's star.
** Even before John Freeman, Male 07 had been a popular character model due to its starring role as Gordon Frohman in ''Webcomic/{{Concerned}}''.

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* The immense popularity of ''FanFic/HalfLifeFullLifeConsequences'' means that almost every video made using ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' uses the same "John Freeman" model as it's star.
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its star. Even before John Freeman, Male 07 had been a popular character model due to its starring role as Gordon Frohman in ''Webcomic/{{Concerned}}''.''Webcomic/{{Concerned}}''.
* ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'': The CoolShades worn by Strong Bad and Homestar in the ''Dangeresque'' movies have become quite popular when they make appearances out of character. They're even available on ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''.



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* [[WebVideo/AitorMolinaVs Aitor Molina]] always wears a red shirt with a black jacket or a blue hoodie.
* The CoolShades worn by [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad and Homestar]] in the Dangeresque movies have become quite popular when they make appearances out of character. They're even available on VideoGame/TeamFortress2.

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* [[WebVideo/AitorMolinaVs Aitor Molina]] WebVideo/{{Aitor Molina|Vs}} always wears a red shirt with a black jacket or a blue hoodie.
* The CoolShades worn by [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad and Homestar]] in the Dangeresque movies have become quite popular when they make appearances out of character. They're even available on VideoGame/TeamFortress2.
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* In fanart, {{LetsPlay/Chuggaaconroy}} is usually portrayed wearing a striped polo shirt, because in RealLife, he is very rarely seen in public without one.

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* In fanart, fan-art, {{LetsPlay/Chuggaaconroy}} is usually portrayed wearing a striped polo shirt, because in RealLife, he is very rarely seen in public without one.one.
* [[Website/GameFAQs Board 8]] has a wiki. The very first line in the page for one longtime regular is that he has an awesome shirt... with a link to the wiki page ''[[http://board8.wikia.com/wiki/Ulti%27s_shirt for the shirt.]]''



* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'':
** Spongebob's square pants.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants'':
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** Spongebob's [=SpongeBob=]'s square pants.



** Several other minor characters are known almost as much for their accessories. In particular, Vinyl Scratch sports a pair of CoolShades, minor antagonist Trixie has her hat and cape ensemble, and Octavia and her bow-tie.

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** Several other minor characters are known almost as much for their accessories. In particular, Vinyl Scratch sports a pair of CoolShades, minor antagonist Trixie has her hat and cape ensemble, and Octavia and her bow-tie.bowtie.
11th Jul '16 8:53:35 AM gemmabeta2
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* Literature/SherlockHolmes: [[NiceHat The deerstalker hat]], Inverness cape and pipe are Holmes's iconic outfit, though it is essentially absent in the stories. The hat and cape were rustic attire not worn by someone in the city of London, where Holmes spends most of his time. The clothes were actually the invention of Sidney Paget, the illustrator for ''Strand Magazine'', and he originally gave it to Holmes only when investigating in the country. With the start of ''The Memoirs'' and the story "Silver Blaze," Doyle decided to ThrowItIn by mentioning Holmes's "ear-flapped travelling-cap," obviously describing the deerstalker and making it canonical after all. While Holmes does occasionally smoke in the stories, it's not given any special emphasis, and illustrations give him a straight billard. His iconic calabash pipe was the invention of actor William Gillette, who did not want his mouth to be obscured while performing the role.

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* Literature/SherlockHolmes: [[NiceHat The deerstalker hat]], Inverness cape and pipe are Holmes's iconic outfit, though it is essentially absent in the stories. The hat and cape were rustic attire not worn by someone in the city of London, where Holmes spends most of his time. The clothes were actually the invention of Sidney Paget, the illustrator for ''Strand Magazine'', and he originally gave it to Holmes only when investigating in the country. With the start of ''The Memoirs'' and the story "Silver Blaze," Doyle decided to ThrowItIn by mentioning Holmes's "ear-flapped travelling-cap," obviously describing the deerstalker and making it canonical after all. While Holmes does occasionally smoke in the stories, it's not given any special emphasis, and illustrations give him a straight billard.billard, changing to cigarettes when they came into fashion. His iconic calabash pipe was the invention of actor William Gillette, who did not want his mouth to be obscured while performing the role.
7th Jul '16 7:13:49 PM Dravencour
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* Literature/DonQuixote's barber's basin, lance and round shield.


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* Literature/DonQuixote's barber's basin, lance and round shield.
7th Jul '16 7:12:56 PM Dravencour
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* Jotaro Kujo's gakuran coat and hat from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''.
7th Jul '16 6:48:13 PM Dravencour
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** Vegeta: On a serious level, his Bulma armor is perhaps his most recognizable outfit. On a more humorous level, his [[RealMenWearPink pink]] [[GratuitousEnglish "BADMAN"]] shirt.

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** Vegeta: On a serious level, his Bulma Bulma-designed Saiyan armor is perhaps his most recognizable outfit. On a more humorous level, his [[RealMenWearPink pink]] [[GratuitousEnglish "BADMAN"]] shirt.
3rd Jul '16 9:35:14 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* Literature/SherlockHolmes: [[NiceHat The deerstalker hat]] and pipe are instant signs of for anyone, anyone at all, that Holmes is being invoked. In the original novels of course it is essentially absent. The hat should be worn by a hunter, while most of his adventures occur around London (wearing it anywhere in the city would be like a modern detective wearing flannel, mud boots, and an Elmer Fudd-type hunting hat). He ''does'' wear an "ear-flapped travelling-cap" at least once when investigating a case in the country. Though he did smoke occasionally, he did not do so to the chain-smoker levels Pop Culture would have you believe. If anything, he's usually [[ValuesDissonance using cocaine]] rather than smoking a pipe. For that matter, his pipe is almost always shown in illustrations as a straight billard, whereas the bent pipe was first used by an actor who didn't want his mouth to be covered while speaking. The deerstalker was actually the invention of Sidney Paget, the illustrator for ''Strand Magazine'', and he originally gave it to Holmes only when investigating in the country. With the start of ''The Memoirs'' and the story "Silver Blaze," Doyle decided to ThrowItIn by mentioning Holmes's "ear-flapped travelling-cap," obviously describing the deerstalker and making it canonical after all.

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* Literature/SherlockHolmes: [[NiceHat The deerstalker hat]] hat]], Inverness cape and pipe are instant signs of for anyone, anyone at all, that Holmes is being invoked. In the original novels of course Holmes's iconic outfit, though it is essentially absent. absent in the stories. The hat should be and cape were rustic attire not worn by a hunter, while someone in the city of London, where Holmes spends most of his adventures occur around London (wearing it anywhere in the city would be like a modern detective wearing flannel, mud boots, and an Elmer Fudd-type hunting hat). He ''does'' wear an "ear-flapped travelling-cap" at least once when investigating a case in the country. Though he did smoke occasionally, he did not do so to the chain-smoker levels Pop Culture would have you believe. If anything, he's usually [[ValuesDissonance using cocaine]] rather than smoking a pipe. For that matter, his pipe is almost always shown in illustrations as a straight billard, whereas the bent pipe was first used by an actor who didn't want his mouth to be covered while speaking. time. The deerstalker was clothes were actually the invention of Sidney Paget, the illustrator for ''Strand Magazine'', and he originally gave it to Holmes only when investigating in the country. With the start of ''The Memoirs'' and the story "Silver Blaze," Doyle decided to ThrowItIn by mentioning Holmes's "ear-flapped travelling-cap," obviously describing the deerstalker and making it canonical after all. While Holmes does occasionally smoke in the stories, it's not given any special emphasis, and illustrations give him a straight billard. His iconic calabash pipe was the invention of actor William Gillette, who did not want his mouth to be obscured while performing the role.
29th Jun '16 4:26:25 PM Naram-Sin
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* Literature/DonQuixote's barber's basin, lance and round shield.
27th Jun '16 8:02:58 AM SomberCaelifera
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* Knuckles' wonderful, wonderful hat from the ''Anime/{{Sonic the Hedgehog|theMovie}}'' OVA. IIt even carried over to the AlternateTimeline [[Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie comic]] story ''Mobius: 25 Years Later'', where it's finally complemented with a form-fitting gray sleeveless jumpsuit (with his trademark white chest swoosh on the front), CrocodileDundee-esque leather vest, cowboy belt, and brown leather boots. It's become an Iconic Outfit of its own. It appeared briefly in the regular timeline too, as a piece of clothing once worn by an ancestor of his. According to one letters page, the reason he never wears it is so it won't get damaged.

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* Knuckles' wonderful, wonderful hat from the ''Anime/{{Sonic the Hedgehog|theMovie}}'' OVA. IIt It even carried over to the AlternateTimeline [[Comicbook/ArchieComicsSonicTheHedgehog Archie comic]] story ''Mobius: 25 Years Later'', where it's finally complemented with a form-fitting gray sleeveless jumpsuit (with his trademark white chest swoosh on the front), CrocodileDundee-esque leather vest, cowboy belt, and brown leather boots. It's become an Iconic Outfit of its own. It appeared briefly in the regular timeline too, as a piece of clothing once worn by an ancestor of his. According to one letters page, the reason he never wears it is so it won't get damaged.
27th Jun '16 8:01:37 AM SomberCaelifera
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** The Fourth Doctor's bohemian outfit with the long scarf and the Fifth's cricket outfit, with, um, decorative vegetable. The Sixth and Seventh Doctors were intentionally designed to be as iconic as possible (the former involving a [[ImpossiblyTackyClothes profusion of colors]], the latter a shirt with question marks on it and an umbrella carried in any weather), but weren't as successful as the subtler examples. The Fourth's Doctor's scarf is probably the most iconic item of any Doctor's outfit, based at least partially on Toulouse-Lautrec's [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/09/Lautrec_ambassadeurs%2C_aristide_bruant_%28poster%29_1892.jpg painting]] of Aristide Bruant. This was lampshaded in the audio "The Demon of Paris", where the story is started by the Doctor finding a version of the poster that was altered into a likeness of him.

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** The Fourth Doctor's bohemian outfit with the long scarf and the Fifth's cricket outfit, with, um, decorative vegetable. The Sixth and Seventh Doctors were intentionally designed to be as iconic as possible (the former involving a [[ImpossiblyTackyClothes profusion of colors]], the latter a shirt with question marks on it and an umbrella carried in any weather), but weren't as successful as the subtler examples. The Fourth's Fourth Doctor's scarf is probably the most iconic item of any Doctor's outfit, based at least partially on Toulouse-Lautrec's [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/09/Lautrec_ambassadeurs%2C_aristide_bruant_%28poster%29_1892.jpg painting]] of Aristide Bruant. This was lampshaded in the audio "The Demon of Paris", where the story is started by the Doctor finding a version of the poster that was altered into a likeness of him.
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