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21st Jan '16 1:23:21 PM missmoon
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* KylieMinogue's video for ''Can't Get You Out Of My Head'' features a stunning outfit that ''must'' be just about to fall off. A still image can be seen [[http://i3.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article794454.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/ here]]. Apparently there was a lot of double-sided tape involved.
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* KylieMinogue's Music/KylieMinogue's video for ''Can't Get You Out Of My Head'' features a stunning outfit that ''must'' be just about to fall off. A still image can be seen [[http://i3.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article794454.ece/ALTERNATES/s615b/ here]]. Apparently there was a lot of double-sided tape involved.
19th Jan '16 11:09:22 AM psionycx
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* Madelyne Pryor in the crossover ''Comicbook/{{Inferno}}'', as well as some later appearances. Her ragged outfit included a loincloth and one of the most famous cases of {{Underboobs}} in comics history. Especially given how often Madelyne raised her arms, it is widely assumed that only telekinesis was keeping her inside that costume!
6th Jan '16 7:59:39 PM nombretomado
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* The entirety of the female cast of ''SoulCalibur'' -- with the ''possible'' exception of [[LadyOfWar Hilde]] -- are participants in this trope, thanks to the implementation of female-focused clothing damage in ''Soul Calibur IV''. In addition to, you know, the huge quantities of cleavage and the rather [[FetishFuel unusual designs]] that were carried on from earlier games.
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* The entirety of the female cast of ''SoulCalibur'' ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' -- with the ''possible'' exception of [[LadyOfWar Hilde]] -- are participants in this trope, thanks to the implementation of female-focused clothing damage in ''Soul Calibur IV''. In addition to, you know, the huge quantities of cleavage and the rather [[FetishFuel unusual designs]] that were carried on from earlier games.
13th Dec '15 5:23:38 PM nombretomado
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* Dear God, ComicBook/EmmaFrost. As a member of the Hellfire Club, her outfit, while skimpy, was believable. (It was white lingerie that looked like anyone could buy at Victoria's Secrets, combined with knee-high boots and a cape.) However, after her HeelFaceTurn, her outfits got more daring and of more improbable design. One good example was when she first joined the {{XMen}} where the outfit combined AbsoluteCleavage and ImpossiblyLowNeckline, using a few strategically-placed scraps of clothing to form a reverse "X" with her exposed skin. (Of course, the lingerie was a dress code for the Hellfire Club, but being the [[AttentionWhore type of person she is]], quitting the Club actually gave her a chance to be ''more'' daring.)
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* Dear God, ComicBook/EmmaFrost. As a member of the Hellfire Club, her outfit, while skimpy, was believable. (It was white lingerie that looked like anyone could buy at Victoria's Secrets, combined with knee-high boots and a cape.) However, after her HeelFaceTurn, her outfits got more daring and of more improbable design. One good example was when she first joined the {{XMen}} ComicBook/XMen where the outfit combined AbsoluteCleavage and ImpossiblyLowNeckline, using a few strategically-placed scraps of clothing to form a reverse "X" with her exposed skin. (Of course, the lingerie was a dress code for the Hellfire Club, but being the [[AttentionWhore type of person she is]], quitting the Club actually gave her a chance to be ''more'' daring.)
14th Nov '15 9:33:44 AM StFan
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* Exactly how {{Vampirella}} keeps ''her'' costume from falling off is a mystery. (''Wizard Magazine'' claimed that for RealLife models who dress as the character at conventions, they use aerosol spray glue.) ** Some Harris (or was it already Dynamite?) story boldly declared the costume is a symbiont like the Venom thingie. Don't think too much about that.
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* Exactly how {{Vampirella}} ComicBook/{{Vampirella}} keeps ''her'' costume from falling off is a mystery. (''Wizard Magazine'' claimed that for RealLife models who dress as the character at conventions, they use aerosol spray glue.) ** ) Some Harris (or was it already Dynamite?) story boldly declared the costume is a symbiont like the Venom thingie. Don't think too much about that.

-->'''Beetle:''' Come on! We've seen the stage show ''twice'' already. -->'''Killer:''' Let's see it again. -->'''Beetle:''' How come? -->'''Plato:''' He's waiting to see if they wilt.
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-->'''Beetle:''' Come on! We've seen the stage show ''twice'' already. -->'''Killer:''' already.\\ '''Killer:''' Let's see it again. -->'''Beetle:''' again.\\ '''Beetle:''' How come? -->'''Plato:''' come?\\ '''Plato:''' He's waiting to see if they wilt.

[[folder:Film]] * ''ReturnOfTheJedi''. Was there any more to Leia's dancing-girl costume beneath the panels of cloth hanging from front and back of the waistline? According to Carrie Fisher on the DVD commentary, there wasn't, and at times, crews standing behind her could see "all the way to Florida", as it were. Oola suffers a wardrobe malfunction as she is being dragged towards Jabba the Hutt, and again as she falls through the trap door. You can still see a short bit of the first malfunction in the current special edition. Older editions have longer scenes.
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[[folder:Film]] [[folder:Films -- Live-Action]] * ''ReturnOfTheJedi''.''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. Was there any more to Leia's dancing-girl costume beneath the panels of cloth hanging from front and back of the waistline? According to Carrie Fisher on the DVD commentary, there wasn't, and at times, crews standing behind her could see "all the way to Florida", as it were. Oola suffers a wardrobe malfunction as she is being dragged towards Jabba the Hutt, and again as she falls through the trap door. You can still see a short bit of the first malfunction in the current special edition. Older editions have longer scenes.

* Subverted in ''Vampirella'' -- not very surprisingly, the iconic costume DID have a nasty tendency to fall off, and the filmers had to adapt it into a more practical form.
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* Subverted in ''Vampirella'' -- not very surprisingly, the iconic costume DID ''did'' have a nasty tendency to fall off, and the filmers had to adapt it into a more practical form.
29th Oct '15 5:28:34 PM FuzzyBoots
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* Within Alan Dean Foster's ''Sentenced to Prism'', one young lady acting as a walking billboard sports clothing that flashes advertisements on it and occasionally turns transparent on parts of her body. The protagonists muses that the really titillating spots are never going to turn transparent, but people will keep staring at the ads just in case...
18th Oct '15 4:51:04 AM Morgenthaler
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* All of Pamela Anderson's scenes in ''Film/BarbWire''. [[SiskelAndEbert Gene Siskel]] outright invoked the trope, stating that the entire film was about whether or not [[MsFanservice Anderson's breasts would pop out of her outfits.]]
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* All of Pamela Anderson's scenes in ''Film/BarbWire''. [[SiskelAndEbert Gene Siskel]] Creator/GeneSiskel outright invoked the trope, stating that the entire film was about whether or not [[MsFanservice Anderson's breasts would pop out of her outfits.]]
16th Oct '15 3:04:28 PM nombretomado
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* All over the place in PiersAnthony works -- Anthony is fond of having some characters go completely clothed, others go completely nude, and a third group go partially clothed. The first two groups are seen as more-or-less nonsexual, but the third is a major turn on.
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* All over the place in PiersAnthony Creator/PiersAnthony works -- Anthony is fond of having some characters go completely clothed, others go completely nude, and a third group go partially clothed. The first two groups are seen as more-or-less nonsexual, but the third is a major turn on.
24th Sep '15 2:55:08 PM gasolinemonk
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* The giant, elaborate, torso-covering necklace and perilously secured sarong-like skirt that [[VainSorceress Lisle]] (Isabella Rosselini) wears in ''Film/DeathBecomesHer''.
24th Aug '15 3:16:34 PM Austin
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* Several female superheroes fall under this. Notable examples include ComicBook/{{Starfire}} (whose outfit is part lingerie, part bondage gear) and [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/Power%20Girl/fairygrl_2006/powergirl.jpg Power Girl]] and her infamous [[CleavageWindow boob window]].
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* Several female superheroes fall under this. Notable examples include ComicBook/{{Starfire}} (whose outfit is part lingerie, part bondage gear) and ComicBook/PowerGirl and [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/Power%20Girl/fairygrl_2006/powergirl.jpg Power Girl]] and her her]] infamous [[CleavageWindow boob window]].
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