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14th May '18 6:12:50 AM Smoker130
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* In ''Anime/GalaxyAngel'' each of the main character wear their own variant of the uniform. Ranpha stand out the most, as the only reminder of the uniform left on her outfit is the little bolero she wear over her Red [[{{Qipao}} China]] [[CustomUniformOfSexy dress]].
12th May '18 1:28:45 PM Vilui
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** The starlight's also have different accessories on their uniform and different strap colors. Kakyuu's version (Which only appears in the manga) has a unique skirt and shoulder pads and her crown remains.

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** The starlight's Starlights also have different accessories on their uniform and different strap colors. Kakyuu's version (Which (which only appears in the manga) has a unique skirt and shoulder pads and her crown remains.
7th May '18 9:40:28 AM Oecchi
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* Hanamaru from ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'' usually wears a light yellow uniform instead of a standard white uniform.
** Mari often wears a light green vest over her uniform, though it's likely because she's the school chairwoman.
** Some of the first years have a uniform that lacks sleeves.

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* In ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'', Hanamaru from ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'' usually wears a light yellow cardigan over her winter uniform instead of a standard white uniform.
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and Mari often wears a light green vest over her uniform, though it's likely because she's the school chairwoman.
** Some of the first years have a uniform that lacks sleeves.
summer uniform.
24th Apr '18 7:36:14 AM Tsqueeze
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'': While most clones wear the same basic armor, each battalion has markings of some color (blue for the 501st, orange for the 212th, etc.), and within the battalion, the patterns of the markings will vary by individual. Becuase they were all being clones of the same man, this was one of the few ways for the clones to display individuality amongst themselves. This allowed them to be more individualistic than their genetically diverse successors of Imperial Stormtroopers, who mostly had to wear the same blank white armor.
** Invoked to a greater degree with Wolffe and especially Rex’s Phase II armor. Despite the rest of the 104th and 501st wearing the standard Phase II helmets, Wolffe has a helmet with a thin visor similar to those used by the 91st Recon Battalion, and Rex has a completely unique helmet design that incorporates a Phase I-style visor into a Phase II helmet.
15th Apr '18 6:04:48 PM nombretomado
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* Members of the GreenLanternCorps are allowed to wear more or less anything they like so long as they keep the green-black-white color scheme and the Lantern badge is clearly visible. This is necessary, since while many Lanterns are at least ''approximately'' humanoid, not all of them are. Mogo is probably the most extreme example; as a sentient planet, his "uniform" is green foliage growing in a "belt" pattern with the Lantern logo around his equatorial region.

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* Members of the GreenLanternCorps Franchise/GreenLantern Corps are allowed to wear more or less anything they like so long as they keep the green-black-white color scheme and the Lantern badge is clearly visible. This is necessary, since while many Lanterns are at least ''approximately'' humanoid, not all of them are. Mogo is probably the most extreme example; as a sentient planet, his "uniform" is green foliage growing in a "belt" pattern with the Lantern logo around his equatorial region.
13th Apr '18 4:58:11 AM SolarDoesntExist
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* Hanamaru from ''Anime/LoveLiveSunshine'' usually wears a light yellow uniform instead of a standard white uniform.
** Mari often wears a light green vest over her uniform, though it's likely because she's the school chairwoman.
** Some of the first years have a uniform that lacks sleeves.
11th Apr '18 3:07:11 AM Cifer
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* Nao from ''Series/KinpachiSensei'' is a {{transsexual}} boy. He wears the school skirt longer than it's supposed to because wearing a skirt period causes dysphoria, and a mini skirt even more so.

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* Nao from ''Series/KinpachiSensei'' is a {{transsexual}} {{transgender}} boy. He wears the school skirt longer than it's supposed to because wearing a skirt period causes dysphoria, and a mini skirt even more so.
28th Feb '18 8:37:19 PM karstovich2
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* Modern Russian Army is notorious for its lax uniform regulations, so everyone often just wears whatever they like (or whatever is in stores, not a small consideration during the [[WhyWeAreBummedCommunismFell period of spotty funding]] in TheNineties), as long as it can be at least distantly construed to fit the regulations, especially in combat or when the unit commander doesn't care. This creates characteristic rag-tag look that's often [[FanNickname ironically dubbed]] "Uniform #8" after a satirical couplet: "Форма номер восемь -- что спёрли, то и носим" ("Uniform #8 -- we wear what we steal"), although the awards and insignia are a [[SeriousBusiness much bigger deal]]. Air Force is often just as bad, but Navy is usually [[SeriousBusiness much more fussy]] about its uniform.

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* Modern Russian Army is notorious for its lax uniform regulations, so everyone often just wears whatever they like (or whatever is in stores, not a small consideration during the [[WhyWeAreBummedCommunismFell period of spotty funding]] in TheNineties), as long as it can be at least distantly construed to fit the regulations, especially in combat or when the unit commander doesn't care. This creates characteristic rag-tag look that's often [[FanNickname ironically dubbed]] "Uniform #8" after a satirical couplet: "Форма номер восемь -- что спёрли, то и носим" ("Uniform #8 -- we wear what we steal"), although the awards and insignia are a [[SeriousBusiness much bigger deal]]. Air Force is often just as bad, but Navy is usually [[SeriousBusiness much more fussy]] about its uniform.uniform, with particular attention given to the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telnyashka telnyashka]]--a horizontally-striped tank top and traditionally a symbol of the badassery of the Navy in general and the Naval Infantry (that is, the Marines) in particular.
28th Feb '18 8:22:40 PM karstovich2
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* The late US Chief Justice, William Rehnquist, adorned the sleeves of his black judicial robe with four gold stripes, an idea he got after seeing the Lord Chancellor dressed the same way in a production of Creator/GilbertAndSullivan's ''Theatre/{{Iolanthe}}''. Rehnquist's reasoning was that the Lord Chancellor's role in the British judicial system was historically similar in many ways to that of the Chief Justice in the [[UsefulNotes/AmericanCourts American one]]. His successor, John Roberts, declined to make a tradition of it. Some of the male Justices took to wearing a skullcap with their robes. Some of the female Justices wear white lace jabots (ruffles) or collar, in honor of the sartorial decisions of the first female Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor. In theory, ''all'' justices of the Supreme Court could modify their actual robes (the only requirement is that you have a robe; the justice has to buy it him/herself). They just don't, keeping to simply accessorizing.

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* The late US Chief Justice, William Rehnquist, adorned the sleeves of his black judicial robe with four gold stripes, an idea he got after seeing the Lord Chancellor dressed the same way in a production of Creator/GilbertAndSullivan's ''Theatre/{{Iolanthe}}''. Rehnquist's reasoning was that the Lord Chancellor's role in the British judicial system was historically similar in many ways to that of the Chief Justice in the [[UsefulNotes/AmericanCourts American one]]. His successor, John Roberts, declined to make a tradition of it. Some of the male Justices took to wearing a skullcap with their robes.robes for formal outdoor occasions (most notably presidential inaugurations, since those occur in January and it can be rather chilly in Washington); the late Justice Scalia was particularly fond of the practice. Some of the female Justices wear white lace jabots (ruffles) or collar, in honor of the sartorial decisions of the first female Justice, Sandra Day O'Connor. In theory, ''all'' justices of the Supreme Court could modify their actual robes (the only requirement is that you have a robe; the justice has to buy it him/herself). They just don't, keeping to simply accessorizing.
25th Feb '18 10:26:56 PM Pichu-kun
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* In ''Manga/WanderingSon'', a girl, Chizuru, wears the boys' uniform to her middle school's opening ceremony. She tends to do this kind of thing on a whim, and later wears the boy's necktie instead of the girl's ribbon on her uniform. Yoshino (who is a trans boy) struggles over whether to do this himself and eventually starts wearing the necktie also. For a while he wears [[spoiler:sports the male Summer uniform, before changing back to female gear after his (trans girl) friend goes to school dressed in a SailorFuku but gets scorned for it.]]

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* In ''Manga/WanderingSon'', a girl, Chizuru, wears the boys' uniform to her middle school's opening ceremony. She tends to do this kind of thing on a whim, and later wears the boy's necktie instead of the girl's ribbon on her uniform. Yoshino (who is a trans boy) struggles over whether to do this himself and eventually starts wearing the necktie also. For a while he wears [[spoiler:sports the [[spoiler:the male Summer uniform, before changing back to female gear after his (trans girl) friend goes to school dressed in a SailorFuku but gets scorned for it.]]
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