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18th Feb '17 6:05:08 PM burinnu
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* [[{{Creator/TimBurton}}]] once told a magazine interviewing him that he wears primarily black clothing so he doesn't have to worry about matching colors.
10th Feb '17 5:00:24 PM KiyanShahab
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* in ''Webcomic/{{Unreality}}'', the main characters, Dominic and Sarah, consistently wear a gray hoodie and a green sweater respectively, or when they're in colder enviorments, they were overcoats over them.



* This trope applies to all the characters in ''Webcomic/{{Unreality}}''.
10th Feb '17 4:57:17 PM KiyanShahab
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* This trope applies to all the characters in ''Webcomic/{{Unreality}}''.
28th Jan '17 5:06:44 PM kablammin45
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* After being asked multiple times in user comments if he wears anything besides his signature blue T-shirt, WebVideo/{{Chadtronic}} answers this in [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0wFwCYD4GQ one video]] by breaking out his wardrobe....which is a bunch of identical blue T-shirts.
23rd Dec '16 3:42:05 PM EmpressMatilda
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* Creator/TomScott buys red T-shirts in bulk, and once wore one so it was visible, in the arctic circle.
14th Nov '16 11:48:15 AM Mhazard
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* Characters who are habitually required to wear a uniform: schoolkids, military personnel, superheroes -- heck, even the BurgerFool. Lawyers in a suit and doctors [[DressedToHeal in a lab coat]] [[HollywoodDressCode are almost mandatory]].

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* Characters who are habitually required to wear a uniform: schoolkids, military personnel, superheroes superheroes, or FacelessGoons -- heck, even the BurgerFool. Lawyers in a suit and doctors [[DressedToHeal in a lab coat]] [[HollywoodDressCode are almost mandatory]].
12th Nov '16 11:41:00 AM DaibhidC
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** He probably does. It's likely a family tradition. Look at the Vetinari family arms. Blazon: Sable -- that is, black (and ''nothing else''). WordOfGod is that it's not only black, it's a slightly shabby black (though how you do that in Heraldry is anyone's guess), like that of a well-worn robe that you automatically pick up and put on in the morning so as not to waste time worrying about what to wear.

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** He probably does. It's likely a family tradition. Look at the Vetinari family arms. Blazon: Sable -- that is, black (and ''nothing else''). WordOfGod is that it's not only black, it's a slightly shabby black (though how you do that in Heraldry is anyone's guess), guess - the shield in the ''Companion'' lets the hatching that represents sable in black and white get a bit wider than normal in places, creating a worn carpet effect; the colour one in ''The Streets of Ankh Morpork'' is blotchy), like that of a well-worn robe that you automatically pick up and put on in the morning so as not to waste time worrying about what to wear.
10th Oct '16 5:53:07 AM ArthurEld
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* ''Literature/JohannesCabal'' mentions that Cabal never wears a slightly formal outfit no matter what he's doing-black hat, black jacket, white shirt, black tie, black pants, black socks, black shoes. The only exception are his tartan house slippers. This is Lampshaded by his brother who explictly points out all his outfits are like this and mentions that Cabal doesn't have "outfits" he has "a uniform." This trope is averted when it would be very impractical or when Cabal needs to disguise himself.

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* ''Literature/JohannesCabal'' mentions that Cabal never wears a slightly formal outfit no matter what he's doing-black hat, black jacket, white shirt, black tie, black pants, black socks, black shoes.shoes (some early stories have him wearing suspenders or a cardigan indoors-also black). The only exception are his tartan house slippers. This is Lampshaded by his brother who explictly points out all his outfits are like this and mentions that Cabal doesn't have "outfits" he has "a uniform." This trope is averted when it would be very impractical or when Cabal needs to disguise himself.
3rd Oct '16 9:18:11 PM ArthurEld
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* ''Literature/JohannesCabal'' mentions that Cabal never wears a slightly formal outfit no matter what he's doing-black hat, black jacket, white shirt, black tie, black pants, black socks, black shoes. The only exception are his tartan house slippers. This is Lampshaded by his brother who explictly points out all his outfits are like this and mentions that Cabal doesn't have "outfits" he has "a uniform." This trope is averted when it would be very impractical or when Cabal needs to disguise himself.
18th Sep '16 5:39:10 PM ChrysKelly
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* Ashleigh, in ''Literature/{{Sanctioned}}'', has only two changes of clothes, and they look pretty similar. She prefers not to own a lot of things, as it's easier to move on when you don't.
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