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13th Dec '17 2:15:33 PM eroock
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* {{Grunge}} music got its name partly because the artists were wearing old, beat-up clothing (often obtained from thrift shops, relatives' closets, or even the trash), part out of poverty, part out of practicality (in TheOtherRainforest, flannel and denim are very good at keeping you warm during the 9-month rainy season), part out of rebelling against fashion.

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* {{Grunge}} music got its name partly because the artists were wearing old, beat-up clothing (often obtained from thrift shops, relatives' closets, or even the trash), part out of poverty, part out of practicality (in TheOtherRainforest, UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest, flannel and denim are very good at keeping you warm during the 9-month rainy season), part out of rebelling against fashion.
11th Dec '17 5:57:19 AM Cryoclaste
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* Some of the ''{{Pokemon}}'' protagonists have unusual combinations of clothing. The most prominent examples include Emerald!Brendan wearing shorts over pants (along with a hat that looks like white hair and a headband,) Lyra wearing a a hybrid of short shorts and overalls with a hoodie underneath it, and HGSS!Ethan wearing a hoodie and a backwards hat with... early 20th century-style knickerbockers.

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* Some of the ''{{Pokemon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' protagonists have unusual combinations of clothing. The most prominent examples include Emerald!Brendan wearing shorts over pants (along with a hat that looks like white hair and a headband,) Lyra wearing a a hybrid of short shorts and overalls with a hoodie underneath it, and HGSS!Ethan wearing a hoodie and a backwards hat with... early 20th century-style knickerbockers.
9th Dec '17 6:56:01 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Also from the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', pre-Shadowcat ComicBook/KittyPryde (then going by the codename "Sprite") went through a couple of attempts at designing her own costume, all of which were intended to look like something a young teenager in TheEighties would think was cool. The most infamous was a Dazzler-inspired [[http://girl-wonder.org/dimestoredames/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/kitty-1.jpg gold lamé monstrosity with legwarmers and rollerskates]].

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* Also from the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', ''ComicBook/XMen'', pre-Shadowcat ComicBook/KittyPryde (then going by the codename "Sprite") went through a couple of attempts at designing her own costume, all of which were intended to look like something a young teenager in TheEighties would think was cool. The most infamous was a Dazzler-inspired [[http://girl-wonder.org/dimestoredames/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/kitty-1.jpg gold lamé monstrosity with legwarmers and rollerskates]].
10th Nov '17 3:56:14 AM narm00
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* In ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'', the Lost Light members sometimes use holomatter avatars to look like humans. Most of them can pass up as dressing in more on less regular clothing (if we don't count that Cyclonus is an Indian lady in a Victorian dress or Skids and Nightbeat being respectively [[Series/DoctorWho either the Ninth or Eleventh Doctor]] and Series/{{Luther}}), buy then you have Rodimus, that is basically [[Film/TheBreakfastClub John Bender]] wearing [[Film/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]]'s vest instead of his usual jacket, plus a tribal flame tattoo on his right arm, a bandanna, and Hot Rod/Rodimus's usual flame pattern on the undershirt; and Whirl, whose default design (seen in issues 13 and 47) looks enough like a regular tomboyish little girl except for the eyepatch, but then the redesign seen in issue 30 cranks the weirdness up to eleven by adding in bandages, spiked elbowpads, [[FashionableAsymmetry kneepad]], choker and ankle bracelets(the latter worn over army boots), FingerlessGloves, wristwatches on both arms, [[SkirtOverSlacks bike shorts under the jumper]] and a pair of AK-47 sheated on her back and chained on the front of the belt. And that's not mentioning her bushy sideburns, V-shaped eyebrows and lightning-shaped pupil.

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* In ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'', the Lost Light members sometimes use holomatter avatars to look like humans. Most of them can pass up as dressing in more on less regular clothing (if we don't count that Cyclonus is an Indian lady in a Victorian dress or Skids and Nightbeat being respectively [[Series/DoctorWho either the Ninth or Eleventh Doctor]] and Series/{{Luther}}), buy but then you have Rodimus, that is basically [[Film/TheBreakfastClub John Bender]] wearing [[Film/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]]'s vest instead of his usual jacket, plus a tribal flame tattoo on his right arm, a bandanna, and Hot Rod/Rodimus's usual flame pattern on the undershirt; and Whirl, whose default design (seen in issues 13 and 47) looks enough like a regular tomboyish little girl except for the eyepatch, but then the redesign seen in issue 30 cranks the weirdness up to eleven by adding in bandages, spiked elbowpads, [[FashionableAsymmetry kneepad]], choker and ankle bracelets(the latter worn over army boots), FingerlessGloves, wristwatches on both arms, [[SkirtOverSlacks bike shorts under the jumper]] and a pair of AK-47 sheated on her back and chained on the front of the belt. And that's not mentioning her bushy sideburns, V-shaped eyebrows and lightning-shaped pupil.
9th Nov '17 10:06:14 AM nighttrainfm
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** The Thirteenth Doctor returns to form, throwing together a coat with braces / suspenders.

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** The Thirteenth Doctor returns to form, throwing together a coat with braces / suspenders.suspenders and no apparent regard for color-coordination.
9th Nov '17 10:01:18 AM nighttrainfm
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** The Thirteenth Doctor returns to form, throwing together a coat with braces / suspenders.
18th Oct '17 9:57:09 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* In ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'', the Lost Light members sometimes use holomatter avatars to look like humans. Most of them can pass up as dressing in more on less regular clothing (if we don't count that Cyclonus is an Indian lady in a Victorian dress or Skids and Nightbeat being respectively [[Series/DoctorWho either the Ninth or Eleventh Doctor]] and Series/{{Luther}}), buy then you have Rodimus, that is basically [[Film/TheBreakfastClub John Bender]] wearing [[Film/BackToTheFuture Marty McFly]]'s vest instead of his usual jacket, plus a tribal flame tattoo on his right arm, a bandanna, and Hot Rod/Rodimus's usual flame pattern on the undershirt; and Whirl, whose default design (seen in issues 13 and 47) looks enough like a regular tomboyish little girl except for the eyepatch, but then the redesign seen in issue 30 cranks the weirdness up to eleven by adding in bandages, spiked elbowpads, [[FashionableAsymmetry kneepad]], choker and ankle bracelets(the latter worn over army boots), FingerlessGloves, wristwatches on both arms, [[SkirtOverSlacks bike shorts under the jumper]] and a pair of AK-47 sheated on her back and chained on the front of the belt. And that's not mentioning her bushy sideburns, V-shaped eyebrows and lightning-shaped pupil.
4th Sep '17 11:14:17 PM wuggles
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* In ''VideoGame/TheSims'' series, it's possible to make a character in Create-a-Sim that looks like this simply through the various customization options. ''The Sims 2'' had some premade outfits that looked so bad/weird that mods existed to hide them from normal view. Additionally, many of the premade characters or townies often had tacky outfits.
17th Aug '17 8:57:22 AM Kirayoshi
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* Peter Parker's homemade ComicBook/SpiderMan costume in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' qualifies. [[Film/IronMan Tony Stark]] refers to it as a "onesie" and sets Peter up with a high-tech suit when he recruits Peter to help take on Captain America's team. In ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', Peter goes back to wearing his piecemeal suit after Stark confiscates his new suit.
17th Aug '17 8:39:52 AM Kirayoshi
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* Peter Parker's homemade ComicBook/SpiderMan costume in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' qualifies. [[Film/IronMan Tony Stark]] refers to it as a "onesie" and sets Peter up with a high-tech suit when he recruits Peter to help take on Captain America's team. In ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', Peter goes back to wearing his piecemeal suit after Stark confiscates his new suit.
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