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4th May '16 1:55:50 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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** ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'': Outfits for Shannon and Maria Ushiromiya.

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** ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'': ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'': Outfits for Shannon and Maria Ushiromiya.
5th Mar '16 4:13:53 PM nombretomado
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* There have been numerous roleplay toys released featuring the iconic items of characters from the MarvelUniverse, though there comes the penchant for added "toyetic" features to make it playable for kids. For instance, remember the last time CaptainAmerica had a shield that shot out foam discs?

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* There have been numerous roleplay toys released featuring the iconic items of characters from the MarvelUniverse, though there comes the penchant for added "toyetic" features to make it playable for kids. For instance, remember the last time CaptainAmerica ComicBook/CaptainAmerica had a shield that shot out foam discs?
21st Oct '15 6:13:30 PM nombretomado
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* The {{Disney}} Store and Ride/DisneyThemeParks sell child-sized costumes of the popular animated characters, such as the Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es, {{Disney/Peter Pan}}, etc., year-round (with a bump in stock near Halloween). Simplicity carries the official sewing patterns.

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* The {{Disney}} Creator/{{Disney}} Store and Ride/DisneyThemeParks sell child-sized costumes of the popular animated characters, such as the Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es, {{Disney/Peter Pan}}, etc., year-round (with a bump in stock near Halloween). Simplicity carries the official sewing patterns.
28th Sep '15 3:22:39 AM DragonQuestZ
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* Licensed ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' coats are OffModel: the first version was double-breasted but lacked the flower print on the shoulders, the second version has the flower print, but is single-breasted and lacks the Typhoon vents on the back.

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* Licensed There are licensed coats the main character in ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' coats are OffModel: the first version was double-breasted but lacked the flower print on the shoulders, the second version has the flower print, but is single-breasted and lacks the Typhoon vents on the back.wears.
27th Sep '15 12:22:38 AM DragonQuestZ
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* Licensed ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' coats are a subversion, as both are OffModel: the first version was double-breasted but lacked the flower print on the shoulders, the second version has the flower print, but is single-breasted and lacks the Typhoon vents on the back.

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* Licensed ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' coats are a subversion, as both are OffModel: the first version was double-breasted but lacked the flower print on the shoulders, the second version has the flower print, but is single-breasted and lacks the Typhoon vents on the back.
26th Sep '15 1:13:32 PM NotSoBadassLongcoat
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* Ubiworkshop also offered Aidan's ballcap, scarf and coat from ''VideoGame/WatchDogs''. The coat was genuine leather and priced at $2000.


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* Licensed ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' coats are a subversion, as both are OffModel: the first version was double-breasted but lacked the flower print on the shoulders, the second version has the flower print, but is single-breasted and lacks the Typhoon vents on the back.
2nd Sep '15 1:02:06 AM MachRider1985
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* In ''Fanfic/SuperwomenOfEVASpirit'', shortly after Hikari creates her Spirit persona, cosplay stores start making Spirit costumes. Hikari then proceeds to replace damaged costumes by buying new ones from the store, retroactively making the costume official, even if the makers don't know about it. Probably inspired by the Spiderman example above.
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24th May '15 10:03:44 AM bwburke94
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** Way back in the William Hartnell era, official Dalek costumes were a hugely popular toy on Christmas, 1963 - a Dalek dome hat made out of moulded plastic, and a thin, printed plastic cape for the body. These go for an absolute fortune for collectors. One appears being worn by William Hartnell's granddaughter in ''Film/AnAdventureInSpaceAndTime.'' [[note]]The item seen in ''Adventure'' is a simpler model that came out in 1965; the earlier "Dalek Dressing-Up Costume" came out in 1964 and was almost completely screen-accurate. The '65 model is rare-enough today, but it's much easier to find than the '64 model: a fire destroyed most of them at the manufacturer's warehouse, and only a few exist today. Yes, William Hartnell's real-life granddaughter ''did'' receive one--the company kept one in reserve for her. That his "granddaughter" in ''Adventure'' is wearing the '65 one is artistic license.[[/note]]
** The Fourth Doctor's scarf was a great example - the BBC produced child-size replicas in the 70s based on the special shortened scarf worn by the Fourth Doctor when filming stunts. The BBC would even send free knitting patterns to viewers who wrote to a special address - the one in the 1980s even included the Fifth Doctor cricket vest pattern that future Tenth Doctor Creator/DavidTennant's mother made for him. The success of this caused the producer of 1980s ''Doctor Who'' to make some questionable MerchandiseDriven costuming edicts, such as imposing LimitedWardrobe and ordering the costume designer to make a special shirt for the Fourth Doctor that could be marketed specifically as ''his'' shirt. Some more official scarves have been produced recently, though with some small inaccuracies (one colour is missing on some of them, and the stitch used and yarn gauge is wrong) - nevertheless, it's [[OffTheShelfFX one of these replicas]] that shows up around the neck of a character in "Day of the Doctor" as a ContinuityNod.

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** Way back in the William Hartnell era, official Dalek costumes were a hugely popular toy on Christmas, 1963 in the mid-sixties - a Dalek dome hat made out of moulded plastic, and a thin, printed plastic cape for the body. These go for an absolute fortune for collectors. One appears being worn by William Hartnell's granddaughter in ''Film/AnAdventureInSpaceAndTime.'' [[note]]The item seen in ''Adventure'' is a simpler model that came out in 1965; the earlier "Dalek Dressing-Up Costume" came out in 1964 and was almost completely screen-accurate. The '65 model is rare-enough today, but it's much easier to find than the '64 model: a fire destroyed most of them at the manufacturer's warehouse, and only a few exist today. Yes, William Hartnell's real-life granddaughter ''did'' receive one--the company kept one in reserve for her. That his "granddaughter" in ''Adventure'' is wearing the '65 one is artistic license.[[/note]]
** The Fourth Doctor's scarf was a great example - the BBC produced child-size replicas in the 70s based on the special shortened scarf worn by the Fourth Doctor when filming stunts. The BBC would even send free knitting patterns to viewers who wrote to a special address - the one in the 1980s even included the Fifth Doctor cricket vest pattern that future Tenth Doctor Creator/DavidTennant's mother made for him. The success of this caused the producer of 1980s ''Doctor Who'' to make some questionable MerchandiseDriven costuming edicts, such as imposing LimitedWardrobe and ordering the costume designer to make a special shirt for the Fourth Doctor that could be marketed specifically as ''his'' shirt. Some more official scarves have been produced recently, though with some small inaccuracies (one colour is missing on some of them, and the stitch used and yarn gauge is wrong) - nevertheless, it's [[OffTheShelfFX one of these replicas]] that shows up around the neck of a character in "Day "The Day of the Doctor" as a ContinuityNod.
20th May '15 11:22:57 AM PrimeEvil
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** Way back in the William Hartnell era, official Dalek costumes were a hugely popular toy on Christmas, 1963 - a Dalek dome hat made out of moulded plastic, and a thin, printed plastic cape for the body. These go for an absolute fortune for collectors. One appears being worn by William Hartnell's granddaughter in ''Film/AnAdventureInSpaceAndTime''.

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** Way back in the William Hartnell era, official Dalek costumes were a hugely popular toy on Christmas, 1963 - a Dalek dome hat made out of moulded plastic, and a thin, printed plastic cape for the body. These go for an absolute fortune for collectors. One appears being worn by William Hartnell's granddaughter in ''Film/AnAdventureInSpaceAndTime''.''Film/AnAdventureInSpaceAndTime.'' [[note]]The item seen in ''Adventure'' is a simpler model that came out in 1965; the earlier "Dalek Dressing-Up Costume" came out in 1964 and was almost completely screen-accurate. The '65 model is rare-enough today, but it's much easier to find than the '64 model: a fire destroyed most of them at the manufacturer's warehouse, and only a few exist today. Yes, William Hartnell's real-life granddaughter ''did'' receive one--the company kept one in reserve for her. That his "granddaughter" in ''Adventure'' is wearing the '65 one is artistic license.[[/note]]
20th Apr '15 9:52:24 AM Willbyr
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* If there's a significant piece of jewelry worn by an anime character, expect it to be sold as merchandise. This goes from [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Misato's]] [[http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10068747 cross pendant]] to [[{{Berserk}} Griffith's]] crimson behelit (both [[http://hlj.com/product/AOW40046 open]] and [[http://hlj.com/product/AOW40045 closed eye]] versions)
** Speaking of Misato, you can get the sunglasses she wore in the first episode, along with series-accurate [[RebuildOfEvangelion Mari]] and [[ScaryShinyGlasses Gendo]] glasses.

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* If there's a significant piece of jewelry worn by an anime character, expect it to be sold as merchandise. This goes from [[Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion Misato's]] [[http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10068747 cross pendant]] to [[{{Berserk}} [[Manga/{{Berserk}} Griffith's]] crimson behelit (both [[http://hlj.com/product/AOW40046 open]] and [[http://hlj.com/product/AOW40045 closed eye]] versions)
** Speaking of Misato, you can get the sunglasses she wore in the first episode, along with series-accurate [[RebuildOfEvangelion [[Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion Mari]] and [[ScaryShinyGlasses Gendo]] glasses.



** ''{{Evangelion}}'': NERV uniform (both men's and women's), outfits for Shinji, Kaoru, Mari, and Misato.

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** ''{{Evangelion}}'': ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'': NERV uniform (both men's and women's), outfits for Shinji, Kaoru, Mari, and Misato.
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