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11th Nov '16 4:05:43 AM JamesAustin
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* LanaTurner in a bunch of movies starting with ''They Won't Forget''. She was even ''called'' the Sweater Girl, which makes her the {{Trope Namer|s}}.

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* LanaTurner Creator/LanaTurner in a bunch of movies starting with her film debut ''They Won't Forget''. She was even ''called'' the Sweater Girl, which makes her the {{Trope Namer|s}}.
7th Oct '16 8:01:13 PM ChesterPolarbear
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* Nikki Faber and Stacy Paterno of Series/SpinCity both favor sweaters.

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* Nikki Faber and Stacy Paterno of Series/SpinCity ''Series/SpinCity'' both favor sweaters.sweaters.
* Kris Munroe on ''Series/CharliesAngels'' wears sweaters from time to time.
28th Jul '16 9:11:05 PM PaulA
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* Neighbor girl Lisa Hoober in ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'', Creator/JudyBlume's subsequent novel.

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* Neighbor girl Lisa Hoober in ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'', ''Literature/ThenAgainMaybeIWont'', Creator/JudyBlume's subsequent novel.
28th Jul '16 8:03:07 PM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret'', Laura Danker, the most physically mature girl in Margaret's class, wears a sweater and gets harassed. Freddie Barnett a.k.a. the Lobster asks Margaret why ''she'' doesn't look like that in a sweater, which Margaret does not think is funny.
* Neighbor girl Lisa Hoober in ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'', JudyBlume's subsequent novel.
* In WilliamGoldman's ''Magic'', the narrator flashbacks about seeing his love interest in a sweater and being aroused for the first time in his life.

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* In ''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret'', ''Literature/AreYouThereGodItsMeMargaret'' by Creator/JudyBlume, Laura Danker, the most physically mature girl in Margaret's class, wears a sweater and gets harassed. Freddie Barnett a.k.a. the Lobster asks Margaret why ''she'' doesn't look like that in a sweater, which Margaret does not think is funny.
* Neighbor girl Lisa Hoober in ''Then Again, Maybe I Won't'', JudyBlume's Creator/JudyBlume's subsequent novel.
* In WilliamGoldman's Creator/WilliamGoldman's ''Magic'', the narrator flashbacks about seeing his love interest in a sweater and being aroused for the first time in his life.
6th May '16 4:54:41 PM Matt620
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Archer}}'' has a male variant with Patrick "Crash" McCaren from Season 6. Both Lana and Ray, a straight woman and gay man, immediately fall for his good looks, including how his sweater accentuates his chest muscles.
27th Mar '16 3:52:17 PM LondonKdS
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A special note as there are cultural differences: in Asian countries, school girls (and even boys) wear a sweater to cover up their developing figure, especially when they are growing to be more mature and starting to show differences in their bodies. So it is not uncommon to see school girls and boys wear sweaters when it is 30 degrees Celsius or higher. This has nothing to do with sexiness, and the wearers actually want the opposite. It is the authors that draw them to be much more revealing(as fanservice, obviously), but the hidden meaning is still cultural. Most of the Anime and Manga examples are actually girls that are more introvert, traditional and shy. However, it's not unknown for young Muslim women from liberal backgrounds, in both Asia and the West, to wear sweaters in this sense, as it is quite alluring while conforming to the letter of Islamic dress requirements, by not showing any skin between the neck and wrists.

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A special note as there are cultural differences: in Asian countries, school girls (and even boys) wear a sweater to cover up their developing figure, especially when they are growing to be more mature and starting to show differences in their bodies. So it is not uncommon to see school girls and boys wear sweaters when it is 30 degrees Celsius or higher. This has nothing to do with sexiness, and the wearers actually want the opposite. It is the authors that draw them to be much more revealing(as fanservice, obviously), but the hidden meaning is still cultural. Most of the Anime and Manga examples are actually girls that are more introvert, traditional and shy. However, it's not unknown for young Muslim women from liberal backgrounds, in both Asia and the West, to wear sweaters in this the Western sense, as it is quite alluring while conforming to the letter of Islamic dress requirements, requirements by not showing any skin between the neck and wrists.
20th Mar '16 11:12:28 AM howdotheyriseup
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* Zola from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius''.
** Ax Crazy pirate queen Dupree also favors this.

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* Zola from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius''.
A couple of examples in ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', the most notable being {{AxCrazy}} [[PirateGirl Pirate Queen]] [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20040123#.Vu7mc-KLTIV Bangladesh DuPree]].
** Ax Crazy pirate queen Dupree [[DarkActionGirl Zola]] also favors this.has this in a [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100628#.Vu7n7eKLTIU sleeveless pink variant]].
23rd Feb '16 7:28:00 AM Mochitachan
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* Mabel Pines from WesternAnimation/GravityFalls always uses a long sleeved sweater with a big neck and has a different sweater design for each episode. In the final episode, she made a sweater for everyone in the group.
13th Feb '16 10:22:52 AM LondonKdS
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A special note as there are cultural differences: in Asian countries, school girls (and even boys) wear a sweater to cover up their developing figure, especially when they are growing to be more mature and starting to show differences in their bodies. So it is not uncommon to see school girls and boys wear sweaters when it is 30 degrees Celsius or higher. This has nothing to do with sexiness, and the wearers actually want the opposite. It is the authors that draw them to be much more revealing(as fanservice, obviously), but the hidden meaning is still cultural. Most of the Anime and Manga examples are actually girls that are more introvert, traditional and shy.

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A special note as there are cultural differences: in Asian countries, school girls (and even boys) wear a sweater to cover up their developing figure, especially when they are growing to be more mature and starting to show differences in their bodies. So it is not uncommon to see school girls and boys wear sweaters when it is 30 degrees Celsius or higher. This has nothing to do with sexiness, and the wearers actually want the opposite. It is the authors that draw them to be much more revealing(as fanservice, obviously), but the hidden meaning is still cultural. Most of the Anime and Manga examples are actually girls that are more introvert, traditional and shy.
shy. However, it's not unknown for young Muslim women from liberal backgrounds, in both Asia and the West, to wear sweaters in this sense, as it is quite alluring while conforming to the letter of Islamic dress requirements, by not showing any skin between the neck and wrists.
15th Nov '15 5:19:53 PM nombretomado
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* [[http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.rocknvswranch.com/more_images/dale_evans-sweater.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.rocknvswranch.com/rvswr_de-tribute.html&h=360&w=295&sz=21&tbnid=gVLAwQjULXdlMM:&tbnh=121&tbnw=99&prev=/images%3Fq%3D%2522dale%2Bevans%2522&zoom=1&q=%22dale+evans%22&usg=__fNAwuVIb5tuaNqf8a6Sliezq60k=&sa=X&ei=6GmGTaDmJuO90QG1-7nRCA&ved=0CCYQ9QEwAQ Dale Evans]] (third wife of RoyRogers and a singer/songwriter in her own right)

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* [[http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=http://www.rocknvswranch.com/more_images/dale_evans-sweater.jpg&imgrefurl=http://www.rocknvswranch.com/rvswr_de-tribute.html&h=360&w=295&sz=21&tbnid=gVLAwQjULXdlMM:&tbnh=121&tbnw=99&prev=/images%3Fq%3D%2522dale%2Bevans%2522&zoom=1&q=%22dale+evans%22&usg=__fNAwuVIb5tuaNqf8a6Sliezq60k=&sa=X&ei=6GmGTaDmJuO90QG1-7nRCA&ved=0CCYQ9QEwAQ Dale Evans]] (third wife of RoyRogers Creator/RoyRogers and a singer/songwriter in her own right)
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