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27th Jun '16 7:42:01 PM Oecchi
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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona5}}'' takes it further; Ryuji wears a FunTShirt under his open blazer, Anzu wears a long hoodie under her blazer and red tights, and Makoto and Haru don't wear blazers at all (Makoto wears a black WaistcoatOfStyle, while Haru wears a pink sweater).

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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona5}}'' takes it further; Ryuji wears a FunTShirt under his open blazer, Anzu Anne wears a long hoodie under her blazer and red tights, and Makoto and Haru don't wear blazers at all (Makoto wears a black WaistcoatOfStyle, while Haru wears a pink sweater).
27th Jun '16 7:41:11 PM Oecchi
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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona5}}'' takes it further, with Ryuji wearing a FunTShirt under his open blazer and Anzu wearing a hoodie under hers, and pants instead of a skirt.

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** ''VideoGame/{{Persona5}}'' takes it further, with further; Ryuji wearing wears a FunTShirt under his open blazer and blazer, Anzu wearing wears a long hoodie under hers, her blazer and pants instead of red tights, and Makoto and Haru don't wear blazers at all (Makoto wears a skirt.black WaistcoatOfStyle, while Haru wears a pink sweater).
11th Jun '16 8:38:51 AM 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]]

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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]]SailorFuku but gets scorned for it.]]



* The Guardians of ''ShugoChara'' wear mantles on their shoulders, though this isn't out of rebellion but rather a symbol of their status. Amu, on the other hand, tends to wear her uniform in a slightly more disheveled fashion. Jacket unbuttoned, shirt un-tucked, and belt with a fanny pack on over the shirt. The fanny pack, used to keep Amu's Guardian Character Eggs, was added after she joined the Guardians.

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* The Guardians of ''ShugoChara'' ''Manga/ShugoChara'' wear mantles on their shoulders, though this isn't out of rebellion but rather a symbol of their status. Amu, on the other hand, tends to wear her uniform in a slightly more disheveled fashion. Jacket unbuttoned, shirt un-tucked, and belt with a fanny pack on over the shirt. The fanny pack, used to keep Amu's Guardian Character Eggs, was added after she joined the Guardians.



* In ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'', [[TheFashionista Nodamiki]] ''always'' wears the school tracksuit instead of the blazer, even there's no P.E.. On the other hand, [[{{Bokukko}} Tomokane]] always unbuttons her collar and often removes the ribbon tie, something that leads to ViewerGenderConfusion. OK, she still wears the skirts...

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* In ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'', ''Manga/GAGeijutsukaArtDesignClass'':
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[[TheFashionista Nodamiki]] ''always'' wears the school tracksuit instead of the blazer, even there's no P.E.. On the other hand, [[{{Bokukko}} Tomokane]] always unbuttons her collar and often removes the ribbon tie, something that leads to ViewerGenderConfusion. OK, she still wears the skirts...



* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' as a whole deserves a mention. While the Sailor Suits they wear as senshi all share the same base design, at the start they can have different boots, earrings, shoulder pad styles, gloves, choker accessories, brooch and color schemes. As time passes Moon's outfit grows more different while everyone's grows more uniform to the point the only difference is color scheme. Chibi-Moon bounces back and fourth, her first two uniforms are more like Moon's but her final one is the same as everyone but Moon. It should be noted that the [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] doesn't get as uniform as the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] as the 3rd version doesn't appear aside from Moon's version of it.

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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' as a whole deserves a mention. mention:
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While the Sailor Suits they wear as senshi all share the same base design, at the start they can have different boots, earrings, shoulder pad styles, gloves, choker accessories, brooch and color schemes. As time passes Moon's outfit grows more different while everyone's grows more uniform to the point the only difference is color scheme. Chibi-Moon bounces back and fourth, her first two uniforms are more like Moon's but her final one is the same as everyone but Moon. It should be noted that the [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] doesn't get as uniform as the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] as the 3rd version doesn't appear aside from Moon's version of it.



* Rin Tezuka of ''KatawaShoujo'' doesn't have arms and does everything with her feet. Obviously, she would have [[PantyShot certain problems]] with a skirt, so she wears the boys' uniform. Miki Miura also wears a boys' shirt, because she considers the girls' blouse constricting.

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* Rin Tezuka of ''KatawaShoujo'' ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'' doesn't have arms and does everything with her feet. Obviously, she would have [[PantyShot certain problems]] with a skirt, so she wears the boys' uniform. [[WhatCouldHaveBeen Early concept art]] shows she originally wore a skirt but with shorts underneath. Miki Miura also wears a boys' shirt, because she considers the girls' blouse constricting.



* In ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'', many of the members of [[TheSquad Squad 7]] had some variation on their uniform. This ''would'' be avoided by Welkin, who wore his commander's uniform exactly as it was meant to be worn, except he is the ''only'' person who doesn't have a uniform variation and therefore stands out because of it.
** In the game's artbook, the character designer refers to this trope (from his end at least) as a "believable lie": How to give characters distinctive appearances while maintaining some semblance of military decorum.

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* In ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'', many of the members of [[TheSquad Squad 7]] had some variation on their uniform. This ''would'' be avoided by Welkin, who wore his commander's uniform exactly as it was meant to be worn, except he is the ''only'' person who doesn't have a uniform variation and therefore stands out because of it.
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it. In the game's artbook, the character designer refers to this trope (from his end at least) as a "believable lie": How to give characters distinctive appearances while maintaining some semblance of military decorum.



* Sun Jing from ''Webcomic/TheirStory'' wears a bow only in a select few strips. On default she wears the males tie.

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* Sun Jing from ''Webcomic/TheirStory'' wears a bow only in a select few strips. On default she wears the males tie.a tie on her school uniform, like male students.






* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': when Aang goes to [[spoiler:a fire nation school]] in season 3, he wears a headband to cover his arrow (explained as covering a scar), because they stole the clothes from someone's clothesline, not realizing it was a school uniform. More subtly, he is the only one not wearing a belt--because said "headband" is actually meant to be the uniform's belt. This seems to work against him when he gets into trouble and the teachers look for the headband to find him in a crowd, but then it's revealed that, in a show of support, all the other students are wear their belts as headbands as well, making finding him impossible.

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': when When Aang goes to [[spoiler:a fire nation school]] in season 3, he wears a headband to cover his arrow (explained as covering a scar), because they stole the clothes from someone's clothesline, not realizing it was a school uniform. More subtly, he is the only one not wearing a belt--because said "headband" is actually meant to be the uniform's belt. This seems to work against him when he gets into trouble and the teachers look for the headband to find him in a crowd, but then it's revealed that, in a show of support, all the other students are wear their belts as headbands as well, making finding him impossible.
31st May '16 1:43:40 AM Doug86
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** In ''StarTrekEnterprise'', T'Pol always was wearing an unique uniform, even after joining Earth Starfleet.

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** In ''StarTrekEnterprise'', ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', T'Pol always was wearing an unique uniform, even after joining Earth Starfleet.
23rd May '16 10:20:31 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Yusuke of ''YuYuHakusho'' deliberately chooses to wear a green version of his school's uniform in direct violation of the dress code. He claims it looks better on him than the blue version.

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* Yusuke of ''YuYuHakusho'' ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' deliberately chooses to wear a green version of his school's uniform in direct violation of the dress code. He claims it looks better on him than the blue version.
16th Apr '16 7:54:25 PM Orbiting
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->''"The sight of these troops, this army with a thousand costumes, fulfilled to the hilt our General's oldest idea of war which is that every man should dress as he pleases if he is going into battle, for that is his right, and variety never hurts the zest of the hardiest workers in every batallion."''
-->-- '''NormanMailer''', ''The Armies of the Night''
11th Apr '16 8:27:06 AM Piando
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* ''WebVideo/{{RWBY}}'':

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* ''WebVideo/{{RWBY}}'':''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'':
8th Apr '16 7:31:13 AM MajinAkuma
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** The Soul Reapers have a standard black hakama-and-gi uniform that comes with regulation socks, sandals, obi, etc, but many characters have added unique tailoring (Nemu's minidress) or accessories (Kyouraku's pink over-kimono), and there seem to be no standards at all for hair, tattoos, or jewelry. The only dress code rule that we actually see enforced is that captains are required to take good care of their white division haoris, but even those can be customized.

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** The Soul Reapers Shinigami have a standard black hakama-and-gi uniform that comes with regulation socks, sandals, obi, etc, but many characters have added unique tailoring (Nemu's minidress) or accessories (Kyouraku's pink over-kimono), and there seem to be no standards at all for hair, tattoos, or jewelry. The only dress code rule that we actually see enforced is that captains are required to take good care of their white division haoris, but even those can be customized.



* In ''Anime/YugiohGX'', Kenzan/Hassleberry [[SleevesAreForWimps removed the sleeves]] of his Ra Yellow jacket to look like a delinquent.
** And Yugi from the [[Anime/YuGiOh original series]] wears buckled straps around the wrists of his uniform jacket to make it look kind of [[PerkyGoth gothier]].

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* In ''Anime/YugiohGX'', Kenzan/Hassleberry Yugi from ''Manga/YuGiOh'' wears buckled straps around the wrists of his uniform jacket to make it look kind of [[PerkyGoth gothier]].
* ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'':
** Kenzan
[[SleevesAreForWimps removed the sleeves]] of his Ra Yellow jacket to look like a delinquent.
** And Yugi from the [[Anime/YuGiOh original series]] wears buckled straps around the wrists of his uniform After fusing with Yubel, Judai's Osiris Red jacket has got a darker shade of red, is longer and has a longer collar.
* ''Anime/YuGiOhArcV'':
** Yuya basically wears his ordinary clothes all the time when he goes
to make it look kind of [[PerkyGoth gothier]].school. He does wear his jacket however, but as a CoatCape.
** Yuzu does not wear the jacket, instead she wears a sleeveless shirt that the other girls don't wear.
6th Apr '16 3:58:35 PM Discar
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* ''WebVideo/{{RWBY}}'': Ruby wears a red cape with her school uniform, mimicking the large, flowing hood she usually wears, something not seen on anyone else.

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* ''WebVideo/{{RWBY}}'': ''WebVideo/{{RWBY}}'':
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Ruby wears a red cape with her school uniform, mimicking the large, flowing hood she usually wears, something not seen on anyone else.else.
** Beacon's uniforms in general are pretty lax. While everyone is given a matching set of black dress clothes (with skirts for the ladies), they also have their own unique personalized outfits that they are expected to wear in battle.
** At one point, we see students from all four Kingdoms lined up wearing their uniforms. Vacuo's boys stand out, because it's clear their "uniform" is just "[[WalkingShirtlessScene we put shirts on, what else do you want?]]"
19th Mar '16 7:58:41 AM Wuz
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* In ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'', many of the members of [[TheSquad Squad 7]] had some variation on their uniform. This ''would'' be avoided by Welkin, who wore his commander's uniform exactly as it was meant to be worn, except he is the ''only'' person who doesn't have a uniform variation and therefore stands out because of it.
** In the game's artbook, the character designer refers to this trope (from his end at least) as a "believable lie": How to give characters distinctive appearances while maintaining some semblance of military decorum.
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