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3rd Jan '18 8:40:37 PM DragonQuestZ
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** In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Queen Elsa pretty much wears exclusively blue dresses, save for the blue-green dress in ''Disney/FrozenFever'' and her coronation attire. Princess Anna inverts this, as most of her dresses are green, save for the blue [[StylishProtectionGear winter dress]] (paired with [[PrincessesPreferPink the pink cape and hat]]) she wears when trying to find Elsa. Elsa is regal and the "girly girl" to her sisters "tomboy". It also symbolizes loneliness as Elsa had been very aloof and distant from others most of her life due to fearing her [[AnIcePerson powers]]. After Elsa breaks out of her shell she begins wearing a [[WinterRoyalLady blue dress made of ice]].

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** ''Franchise/{{Frozen}}'' uses blue as the series iconic color, in contrast to the Disney Princess line using a PinkProductPloy.
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In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Queen Elsa pretty much wears exclusively blue dresses, save for from the blue-green dress in ''Disney/FrozenFever'' and nightgown when we first see her as a young girl, to her teal coronation attire. dress, to her ice blue snow queen dress. This symbolizes many things, from her loneliness growing up, to her being more reserved compared to her sister. Though she only becomes slightly less reserved once she opens up herself. Mostly the blue is because she's AnIcePerson.
*** Though Elsa makes a green dress in ''Disney/FrozenFever'', as it's her sister's birthday, in ''Disney/OlafsFrozenAdventure'' she wears a dark blue HappyHolidaysDress, that nicely contrasts the [[SymbolMotifClothing silver snowflake designs]] and [[PrettyInMink white fur trim]] on her neckline.
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Princess Anna inverts this, as most of her dresses are green, save for the is mostly a RedheadInGreen, but she wears a blue [[StylishProtectionGear winter dress]] (paired with [[PrincessesPreferPink the pink cape and hat]]) she wears when trying to find Elsa. Elsa is regal and the "girly girl" to her sisters "tomboy". It also symbolizes loneliness as Elsa had been very aloof and distant from others most of her life due to fearing her [[AnIcePerson powers]]. After Elsa breaks out of her shell she begins wearing a [[WinterRoyalLady blue dress made of ice]].Elsa.
26th Dec '17 6:51:29 PM nombretomado
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* In ''FerrisBuellersDayOff'', Sloane, the kinder and gentler of the [[LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine two female leads]], wears blue and [[WomanInWhite white]].

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* In ''FerrisBuellersDayOff'', ''Film/FerrisBuellersDayOff'', Sloane, the kinder and gentler of the [[LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine two female leads]], wears blue and [[WomanInWhite white]].
23rd Dec '17 5:37:24 PM JesseMB27
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* Kitana from VideoGame/MortalKombatII (and all subsequent appearances) wears blue, has from her very first appearance. The only times she hasn't has been in the film, where she wears a dark bluish/black outfit, and her Dark Empress skin from VideoGame/MortalKombatX, which is also a blackish-navy blue color.

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* Kitana from VideoGame/MortalKombatII ''VideoGame/MortalKombatII'' (and all subsequent appearances) wears blue, has from her very first appearance. The only times she hasn't has been in the film, where she wears a dark bluish/black outfit, and her Dark Empress skin from VideoGame/MortalKombatX, ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'', which is also a blackish-navy blue color.


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* ''VideoGame/BodyBlows'': Azona is a blue clad warrior woman who competes in the series' second tournament, ''Body Blows Galactic'', which pits fighters from various planets against each other to determine the greatest fighter in the universe. Worth noting that her choice of color for her attire is fitting within the context of this trope given that her, and Kai-Ti's, home planet, Feminon, has a matriarchal society.
14th Dec '17 4:07:48 PM TheGreatConversation
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* In ''Series/{{Westworld}}'', Dolores, the standard "girl next-door" in Sweetwater, wears a blue dress.
7th Dec '17 1:45:56 PM lakingsif
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* Evie from ''Film/{{Descendants}}''
3rd Dec '17 11:40:21 PM berthamal03
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* Evie from ''Film/{{Descendants}}''
2nd Dec '17 11:42:46 AM TayloShoes
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* Disciples of the exclusively-female Holy Water Palace in ''VideoGame/AgeOfWushu'' wear all-blue uniforms that pair nicely with their yin-based, water-themed, softness-damage martial arts.
25th Nov '17 9:09:38 AM fruitstripegum
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* On an episode of ''[[Series/{{QI}}]]'' discussing male/female dynamics and oddities Stephen brought up that the PinkGirlBlueBoy trope used to be reversed, as well as specific reasons why. The panelists seem quite stunned at just the sheer oddity of the reversal to the trope.
-->'''Stephen:''' For a long while, the colors would be pink for a baby boy, and blue for a baby girl.\\
'''Jack Dee:''' How did they get it wrong for so long?

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* On an episode of ''[[Series/{{QI}}]]'' ''Series/{{QI}}'' discussing male/female dynamics and oddities Stephen brought up that the PinkGirlBlueBoy trope used to be reversed, as well as specific reasons why. The panelists seem quite stunned at just the sheer oddity of the reversal to the trope.
-->'''Stephen:''' For a long while, the colors would be pink for a baby boy, and blue for a baby girl.\\
'''Jack Dee:''' How did they get it wrong for so long?
24th Aug '17 1:52:10 AM Pamina
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%% * On an episode of ''[[Series/{{QI}}]]'' discussing male/female dynamics and oddities Stephen brought up that the PinkGirlBlueBoy trope used to be reversed, as well as specific reasons why. The panelists seem quite stunned at just the sheer oddity of the reversal to the trope.
%% -->'''Stephen:''' For a long while, the colors would be pink for a baby boy, and blue for a baby girl.\\
%% '''Jack Dee:''' How did they get it wrong for so long?

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%% * On an episode of ''[[Series/{{QI}}]]'' discussing male/female dynamics and oddities Stephen brought up that the PinkGirlBlueBoy trope used to be reversed, as well as specific reasons why. The panelists seem quite stunned at just the sheer oddity of the reversal to the trope.
%% -->'''Stephen:''' For a long while, the colors would be pink for a baby boy, and blue for a baby girl.\\
%% '''Jack Dee:''' How did they get it wrong for so long?



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%% * Lucy Van Pelt of ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' usually wears a blue dress, although she's typically ''anything'' but "fair and gentle".

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%% * Lucy Van Pelt of ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' usually wears a blue dress, although she's typically ''anything'' but "fair and gentle".gentle". She likes to think of herself as beautiful and adorable, though.
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%% * DamselInDistress Miss Polly of ''Pinball/CactusCanyon'' wears a modest blue dress.



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%% * DamselInDistress Miss Polly of ''Pinball/CactusCanyon'' wears a modest blue dress.
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* The iconic glittering "good witch" gown that Glinda ultimately wears in ''Theatre/{{Wicked}}'' (at least in the original production and its replicas) is pale blue a change both from ''Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz'', where it's [[WomanInWhite white]], and [[Film/TheWizardOfOz the classic film]], where it's [[PinkMeansFeminine pink.]]
18th Jun '17 2:56:32 PM ZootyCutie94
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* Sparkles in ''Toys/TheGrosseryGang'' webseries is a light blue soda can, while also being the only girl of the team. While she's a bit more rough-and-tumble and sarcastic than most girls, she has the most tact and sympathy for others out of the gang as well, acting like a big sister to Egghead, while also being the grounding force to Pizza Face's riskier ventures.
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