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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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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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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.
18th Mar '16 7:11:17 PM orvillethird
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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''
14th Mar '16 5:23:00 PM jormis29
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* In ''GearsOfWar'', pretty much all of the COG characters have customized their uniforms in some way. (In fact, one part of the standard-issue uniform (the helmet) seems to outright doom you to die a tragic, undignified death, so yeah, incentive there.)

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* In ''GearsOfWar'', pretty much all of the COG characters have customized their uniforms in some way. (In fact, one part of the standard-issue uniform (the helmet) ([[HelmetsAreHardlyHeroic the helmet]]) seems to outright doom you to die a tragic, undignified death, so yeah, incentive there.)
14th Mar '16 5:20:01 PM jormis29
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* The main characters in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' have, er, scrubs that are a different shade than everyone else's. In particular, The Todd makes his scrubs [[SleevesAreForWimps sleeveless]] so his "DOC" tattoo is visible and Doug Murphey is seen with with a red fannypack.

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* The main characters in ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' have, er, scrubs that are a different shade than everyone else's. In particular, The Todd makes his scrubs [[SleevesAreForWimps sleeveless]] so his "DOC" tattoo is visible and Doug Murphey is seen with with a red fannypack.
28th Feb '16 4:49:46 PM jormis29
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* ''{{Glee}}'': Outside of when the kids are competing, most of their performing costumes consist of this, which makes sense considering they are high school kids putting on performances with only a few days prep. Often they'll have the performing groups all in one colour but with their own style clothes, something simple like jeans and a t-shirt, or something with the same style.

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* ''{{Glee}}'': ''Series/{{Glee}}'': Outside of when the kids are competing, most of their performing costumes consist of this, which makes sense considering they are high school kids putting on performances with only a few days prep. Often they'll have the performing groups all in one colour but with their own style clothes, something simple like jeans and a t-shirt, or something with the same style.
26th Jan '16 6:15:49 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Romance Academy in ''Manga/GekkanShoujoNozakiKun'' is officially noted to be pretty lax on uniform regulations. As a result, most of the main cast (as well as many peripheral background characters) deviates from the official uniform in some way. The only one who wears the uniform completely to code is Nozaki himself.

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* Romance Academy in ''Manga/GekkanShoujoNozakiKun'' ''Manga/MonthlyGirlsNozakiKun'' is officially noted to be pretty lax on uniform regulations. As a result, most of the main cast (as well as many peripheral background characters) deviates from the official uniform in some way. The only one who wears the uniform completely to code is Nozaki himself.
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