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16th Jul '16 6:25:15 PM WillKeaton
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* ''Film/{{Batman}}'' (1989) has one so blatant it was expressly mentioned in the opening credits! As Vicki Vale, Creator/KimBasinger looks almost like a different woman every time we see her, sometimes even in consecutive scenes (though never in real time, naturally). Between an array of outfits for both work and play (often looking nothing like each other), changing hairstyles, and applications (and reapplications) of cosmetics [[note]] and given what's happening in the plot, Vicki would be foolish to wear ''any'' makeup [[/note]], it's safe to say that Basinger's appearance is altered ''at least'' a dozen times throughout the movie. Basinger was even assigned a personal costume designer, who receives a separate credit during the movie's opening scene.

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* ''Film/{{Batman}}'' (1989) has one so blatant it was expressly mentioned in the opening credits! As Vicki Vale, Creator/KimBasinger looks almost like a different woman every time we see her, sometimes even in consecutive scenes (though never in real time, naturally). Between an array of outfits for both work and play (often looking nothing like each other), changing hairstyles, and applications (and reapplications) of cosmetics [[note]] and cosmetics,[[note]]and given what's happening in the plot, Vicki would be foolish to wear ''any'' makeup [[/note]], makeup[[/note]] it's safe to say that Basinger's appearance is altered ''at least'' a dozen times throughout the movie. Basinger was even assigned a personal costume designer, who receives a separate credit during the movie's opening scene.



* Zuko of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has countless outfits during the series. Nevermind that he was living as a penniless peasant during the second season, [[http://dressup-avatar.deviantart.com/art/Zuko-s-Wardrobe-75039217 he still managed to rustle up a wardrobe that will put most fashionistas to shame]]. Ironically, once he got back to the royal court, ''that's'' where LimitedWardrobe kicked back in.

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* Zuko of ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has countless outfits during the series. Nevermind that he was living as a penniless peasant during the second season, [[http://dressup-avatar.deviantart.com/art/Zuko-s-Wardrobe-75039217 he still managed to rustle up a wardrobe that will put most fashionistas to shame]]. shame.]] Ironically, once he got back to the royal court, ''that's'' where LimitedWardrobe kicked back in.
16th Jul '16 6:22:33 PM WillKeaton
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*** She was seen in two LBDs, both of which appeared only once. The first one did suit her a lot better. The second, strapless, LBD made her look very top heavy given her headbone.

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*** She was seen in two LBDs, [=LBDs,=] both of which appeared only once. The first one did suit her a lot better. The second, strapless, LBD made her look very top heavy given her headbone.
16th Jul '16 6:21:52 PM WillKeaton
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* Emily in ''Webcomic/TheSenkari'' tends to display a [[http://fav.me/d68xt2r rather varied wardrobe]]. Justified in that her family is rich.

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* Emily in ''Webcomic/TheSenkari'' tends to display a [[http://fav.me/d68xt2r rather varied wardrobe]]. wardrobe.]] Justified in that her family is rich.
14th Jul '16 7:46:15 AM rafi
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Occasionally, in Real Life, actresses will occasionally have it included in their contract that they get to keep any clothes they wear during the show (Creator/DebraMessing did for ''Series/WillAndGrace,'' as did Creator/PamelaAnderson for ''Series/{{VIP}}''.) When you combine that with the fact that if a show is popular enough, designers will send freebies to shows for some possible publicity, it gives an incentive to have characters change clothes as often as possible.

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Occasionally, in Real Life, actresses will occasionally have it included in their contract that they get to keep any clothes they wear during the show (Creator/DebraMessing (Debra Messing did for ''Series/WillAndGrace,'' as did Creator/PamelaAnderson for ''Series/{{VIP}}''.) When you combine that with the fact that if a show is popular enough, designers will send freebies to shows for some possible publicity, it gives an incentive to have characters change clothes as often as possible.



* The goddesses from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' had unlimited wardrobes as well, although this was briefly demonstrated as an ability the goddesses had; they [[AWizardDidIt used their magic]] to create outfits for themselves. This occurred in direct contrast to Keiichi, who almost always wears the same outfit in every chapter (white shirt and jeans), a fact which was often lampshaded in later volumes.



* Tomoyo from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' always gives Sakura a different dress for every single time she must fight a card, even if that means using 2 different dresses for each episode. Also justified, because Tomoyo is Sakura's [[CosplayOtakuGirl Costume Tailor Otaku Girl]] and has a huge bank account at the Crédit Suisse bank.
** This seems to be a requirement for anything under Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s belt. If one considers ''Manga/{{X1999}}'', ''Manga/{{Kobato}}'', ''Tsubasa'' '''and''' ''Manga/XxxHOLiC'' (see below for elaboration on the latter two) one could make a very compelling argument that the female quartet just wants to draw anything and anyone in ImpossiblyCoolClothes.
** What makes Tomoyo's work so impressive is she has outfits specially made to deal with specific cards. And she has these outfits as early as the (actual) second episode.[[note]]As opposed to the "second episode" of Nelvana's {{Macekre}}d "English" version.[[/note]]
* The goddesses from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' had unlimited wardrobes as well, although this was briefly demonstrated as an ability the goddesses had; they [[AWizardDidIt used their magic]] to create outfits for themselves. This occurred in direct contrast to Keiichi, who almost always wears the same outfit in every chapter (white shirt and jeans), a fact which was often lampshaded in later volumes.
* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', Asahina Mikuru never wears the same casual outfit twice. This doesn't come up much, as she's usually either wearing her school outfit, or is being forced to cosplay by Haruhi.
** In the anime version of "Endless Eight" we get to see the Brigade in a lot of different clothes.
* Yuko Ichihara of ''Manga/XxxHOLiC'' and ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Not only does she wear a completely new and incredibly elaborate outfit every chapter or episode, she often can squeeze in two or three additional costume changes.
** There are two outfits that buck the trend in order to indicate thematic/plot information: the formal gown from her first appearance in ''Tsubasa'' recurs at least two more times, both very solemn occasions involving huge wishes and prices. Her kimono with butterfly wings attached to the obi appears once in ''Tsubasa'' and at least three times in ''Holic'', each at an extremely important plot juncture involving Watanuki. In fact, when Watanuki realizes that he's seen her wear that particular kimono more than once, he takes it as a sign that something is wrong.
** [[spoiler: Watanuki, after taking over the shop, has walked in Yuuko's footsteps and now also wears a unique outfit every new story arc.]]

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* Tomoyo from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' always gives Sakura a different dress for every single time she must fight a card, even if that means using 2 different dresses for each episode. Also justified, because Tomoyo is Sakura's [[CosplayOtakuGirl Costume Tailor Otaku Girl]] and has a huge bank account at the Crédit Suisse bank.
** This seems to be a requirement for anything under Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s belt. If one considers ''Manga/{{X1999}}'', ''Manga/{{Kobato}}'', ''Tsubasa'' '''and''' ''Manga/XxxHOLiC'' (see below for elaboration on the latter two) one could make a very compelling argument that the female quartet just wants to draw anything and anyone in ImpossiblyCoolClothes.
** What makes Tomoyo's work so impressive is she has outfits specially made to deal with specific cards. And she has these outfits as early as the (actual) second episode.[[note]]As opposed to the "second episode" of Nelvana's {{Macekre}}d "English" version.[[/note]]
* The goddesses from ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' had unlimited wardrobes as well, although this was briefly demonstrated as an ability main cast of ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay'' (with the goddesses had; they [[AWizardDidIt used their magic]] to create outfits for themselves. This occurred exception of [[JacobMarleyApparel Menma]]), when not in direct contrast to Keiichi, who almost always wears the same outfit in every chapter (white shirt and jeans), a fact which was often lampshaded in later volumes.
* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', Asahina Mikuru never wears the same casual outfit twice. This doesn't come up much, as she's usually either wearing her
school outfit, or is being forced to cosplay by Haruhi.
** In the anime version of "Endless Eight" we get to see the Brigade in a lot of different clothes.
* Yuko Ichihara of ''Manga/XxxHOLiC'' and ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Not only does she wear a
uniforms, have completely new and incredibly elaborate outfit different clothes in every chapter or episode, she often can squeeze in two or three additional costume changes.
** There are two outfits that buck the trend in order to indicate thematic/plot information: the formal gown from her first appearance in ''Tsubasa'' recurs at least two more times, both very solemn occasions involving huge wishes and prices. Her kimono with butterfly wings attached to the obi appears once in ''Tsubasa'' and at least three times in ''Holic'', each at an extremely important plot juncture involving Watanuki. In fact, when Watanuki realizes that he's seen her wear that particular kimono more than once, he takes it as a sign that something is wrong.
** [[spoiler: Watanuki, after taking over the shop, has walked in Yuuko's footsteps and now also wears a unique outfit every new story arc.]]
episode.



* ''Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka'' never seems to wear the same t-shirt twice; on one making-of {{Yonkoma}} drawn by an assistant, he bemoans the complicated nature of these t-shirt designs.
* Fujiko Mine of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' rarely wears the same outfit across more than one episode.
* Beginning with ''Manga/InitialD'''s ''Second Stage'' arc, every character wears different clothing from day to day.
* In ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' Kenshiro would always destroy his own jacket before the main fight OnceAnEpisode, but would have a new one from nowhere later.
* The titular ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' have a different set of outfits for all of them (including everything from knights to police officers) almost OnceAnEpisode.
** Not just during cosplays, but also with their casual clothes. In the anime none of their casual outfits are seen more than once. In the manga Haruhi wears the same outfit every so often, but she's also from a lower middle class family, so it makes sense. Ranka is also seen in his iconic shirt with the kanji for "father" quite a few times in the manga, but it was a gift from Haruhi, so it's probably a favorite shirt of his.



* It sometimes seems the [[AuthorAppeal whole point]] of ''Manga/ParadiseKiss''. It '''is''' about a group of fashion designers.
** It was already the case in ''Manga/GokinjoMonogatari'', the work ''Paradise Kiss'' is a SpinOff of.
* Rahzel from ''Manga/HatenkouYuugi'' wears a different outfit in every episode, despite the fact that she's travelling on a presumeably limited budget.
* The costume designer for the titular Princesses of ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' falls all over himself to create costumes, each more fabulous than the last.
* Manga/{{Kobato}}'s outfit changes every day. This is weird, considering [[PerpetualPoverty she has little money, and her only possessions are a futon, a bottle and an empty suitcase]]. Though this is probably the least mysterious thing about her.

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* It sometimes This seems to be a requirement for anything under Creator/{{CLAMP}}'s belt. If one considers ''Manga/{{X1999}}'', ''Manga/{{Kobato}}'', ''Tsubasa'' '''and''' ''Manga/XxxHOLiC'' (see below for elaboration on the [[AuthorAppeal whole point]] of ''Manga/ParadiseKiss''. It '''is''' about latter two) one could make a group of fashion designers.
** It was already
very compelling argument that the case female quartet just wants to draw anything and anyone in ''Manga/GokinjoMonogatari'', ImpossiblyCoolClothes.
** Tomoyo from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura'' always gives Sakura a different dress for every single time she must fight a card, even if that means using 2 different dresses for each episode. Also justified, because Tomoyo is Sakura's [[CosplayOtakuGirl Costume Tailor Otaku Girl]] and has a huge bank account at
the Crédit Suisse bank.
*** What makes Tomoyo's
work ''Paradise Kiss'' so impressive is she has outfits specially made to deal with specific cards. And she has these outfits as early as the (actual) second episode.[[note]]As opposed to the "second episode" of Nelvana's {{Macekre}}d "English" version.[[/note]]
** Yuko Ichihara of ''Manga/XxxHOLiC'' and ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. Not only does she wear
a SpinOff of.
* Rahzel
completely new and incredibly elaborate outfit every chapter or episode, she often can squeeze in two or three additional costume changes.
*** There are two outfits that buck the trend in order to indicate thematic/plot information: the formal gown
from ''Manga/HatenkouYuugi'' her first appearance in ''Tsubasa'' recurs at least two more times, both very solemn occasions involving huge wishes and prices. Her kimono with butterfly wings attached to the obi appears once in ''Tsubasa'' and at least three times in ''Holic'', each at an extremely important plot juncture involving Watanuki. In fact, when Watanuki realizes that he's seen her wear that particular kimono more than once, he takes it as a sign that something is wrong.
*** [[spoiler: Watanuki, after taking over the shop, has walked in Yuuko's footsteps and now also
wears a unique outfit every new story arc.]]
* The title character of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' has only three real outfits he wears in the anime, but the manga his wardrobe is notably much more varied. In addition to those recurring outfits, he also switched through an assortment of different shirts, coats and hats that he would wear for one arc each. The covers of every volume also portray him wearing
a different outfit in every episode, despite on the fact that she's travelling on a presumeably limited budget.
* The costume designer for
front of each, even if he's not the titular Princesses of ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' falls all over himself character to create costumes, each more fabulous than the last.
* Manga/{{Kobato}}'s outfit changes every day. This is weird, considering [[PerpetualPoverty she has little money, and her only possessions are a futon, a bottle and an empty suitcase]]. Though this is probably the least mysterious thing about her.
wear it in-story.



* ''Anime/SailorMoon'' is a borderline case. Usagi and her friends would wear a "new" outfit in an episode, then change it to another in the next one, and change it again... and after a while, you'd notice that the outfits repeated themselves in a regular basis. (It was specially notorious in the case of Ami, who seemingly owned just ''one'' pair of pants and one more boyish sweater...)
* Lunlun of ''Anime/HanaNoKoLunlun'' has this as her superpower, since her TransformationTrinket gives her access to an unlimited range of outfits.
* Becky of ''Manga/PaniPoniDash'' shows up for school in a different and [[FanService unique]] [[FetishFuel outfit]] nearly every episode. For whatever reason, [[LimitedWardrobe the same can't be said for any of the other teachers.]]
* Michiko in ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' seems to be wearing something new every episode. This incredible variance is especially surprising considering she's an outlaw with very little to her name. An early episode features her casually stealing shoes for Hatchin, so that's probably how she procures her clothes. It's {{justified}} in that they're on the run and changing clothes so often helps them not be so recognizable.



* ''Manga/RaveMaster''; which is good as most of the time their clothes are getting damaged.
* The main cast of ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay'' (with the exception of [[JacobMarleyApparel Menma]]), when not in school uniforms, have completely different clothes in every episode.
* Justifed in ''Kodomo No Jikan'', for two of the characters at least. It's shown Rin gets all kinds of stuff because Reiji wants to be nice and Kuro's rich as hell.
* The title character of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' has only three real outfits he wears in the anime, but the manga his wardrobe is notably much more varied. In addition to those recurring outfits, he also switched through an assortment of different shirts, coats and hats that he would wear for one arc each. The covers of every volume also portray him wearing a different outfit on the front of each, even if he's not the character to wear it in-story.

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* ''Manga/RaveMaster''; which is good as most of In ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' Kenshiro would always destroy his own jacket before the time their clothes are getting damaged.
* The
main cast of ''Anime/AnoHanaTheFlowerWeSawThatDay'' (with fight OnceAnEpisode, but would have a new one from nowhere later.
* ''Manga/GreatTeacherOnizuka'' never seems to wear
the exception same t-shirt twice; on one making-of {{Yonkoma}} drawn by an assistant, he bemoans the complicated nature of [[JacobMarleyApparel Menma]]), when not in these t-shirt designs.
* Lunlun of ''Anime/HanaNoKoLunlun'' has this as her superpower, since her TransformationTrinket gives her access to an unlimited range of outfits.
* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', Asahina Mikuru never wears the same casual outfit twice. This doesn't come up much, as she's usually either wearing her
school uniforms, have completely different clothes in every episode.
* Justifed in ''Kodomo No Jikan'', for two of
outfit, or is being forced to cosplay by Haruhi.
** In
the characters at least. It's shown Rin gets all kinds anime version of stuff because Reiji wants "Endless Eight" we get to be nice and Kuro's rich as hell.
* The title character of ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' has only three real outfits he wears in
see the anime, but the manga his wardrobe is notably much more varied. In addition to those recurring outfits, he also switched through an assortment Brigade in a lot of different shirts, coats and hats that he would wear for one arc each. The covers of every volume also portray him wearing clothes.
* Rahzel from ''Manga/HatenkouYuugi'' wears
a different outfit on in every episode, despite the front of each, even if he's not the character to wear it in-story.fact that she's travelling on a presumeably limited budget.



* Shuu Tsukiyama from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' never wears the same thing twice. It makes sense, since he's an ActionFashionista and the heir to a major financial conglomerate. At one point, he actually makes the group nearly late to a meeting because he couldn't decide what to wear.
* The characters in ''Manga/WanderingSon'' don't wear the same clothes too often. The manga takes place over several years which only increases the amount of clothing.

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* Shuu Tsukiyama Beginning with ''Manga/InitialD'''s ''Second Stage'' arc, every character wears different clothing from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' never day to day.
* Manga/{{Kobato}}'s outfit changes every day. This is weird, considering [[PerpetualPoverty she has little money, and her only possessions are a futon, a bottle and an empty suitcase]]. Though this is probably the least mysterious thing about her.
* Justifed in ''Kodomo No Jikan'', for two of the characters at least. It's shown Rin gets all kinds of stuff because Reiji wants to be nice and Kuro's rich as hell.
* Fujiko Mine of ''Franchise/LupinIII'' rarely
wears the same thing twice. It makes sense, since he's outfit across more than one episode.
* Michiko in ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' seems to be wearing something new every episode. This incredible variance is especially surprising considering she's
an ActionFashionista outlaw with very little to her name. An early episode features her casually stealing shoes for Hatchin, so that's probably how she procures her clothes. It's {{justified}} in that they're on the run and the heir to a major financial conglomerate. At one point, he actually makes the group nearly late to a meeting because he couldn't decide what to wear.
* The characters in ''Manga/WanderingSon'' don't wear the same
changing clothes too often. The manga takes place over several years which only increases the amount of clothing.so often helps them not be so recognizable.


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* The titular ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' have a different set of outfits for all of them (including everything from knights to police officers) almost OnceAnEpisode.
** Not just during cosplays, but also with their casual clothes. In the anime none of their casual outfits are seen more than once. In the manga Haruhi wears the same outfit every so often, but she's also from a lower middle class family, so it makes sense. Ranka is also seen in his iconic shirt with the kanji for "father" quite a few times in the manga, but it was a gift from Haruhi, so it's probably a favorite shirt of his.
* Becky of ''Manga/PaniPoniDash'' shows up for school in a different and [[FanService unique]] [[FetishFuel outfit]] nearly every episode. For whatever reason, [[LimitedWardrobe the same can't be said for any of the other teachers.]]
* It sometimes seems the [[AuthorAppeal whole point]] of ''Manga/ParadiseKiss''. It '''is''' about a group of fashion designers.
** It was already the case in ''Manga/GokinjoMonogatari'', the work ''Paradise Kiss'' is a SpinOff of.
* The costume designer for the titular Princesses of ''Manga/PrincessPrincess'' falls all over himself to create costumes, each more fabulous than the last.
* ''Manga/RaveMaster''; which is good as most of the time their clothes are getting damaged.
* ''Anime/SailorMoon'' is a borderline case. Usagi and her friends would wear a "new" outfit in an episode, then change it to another in the next one, and change it again... and after a while, you'd notice that the outfits repeated themselves in a regular basis. (It was specially notorious in the case of Ami, who seemingly owned just ''one'' pair of pants and one more boyish sweater...)
* Shuu Tsukiyama from ''Manga/TokyoGhoul'' never wears the same thing twice. It makes sense, since he's an ActionFashionista and the heir to a major financial conglomerate. At one point, he actually makes the group nearly late to a meeting because he couldn't decide what to wear.
* The characters in ''Manga/WanderingSon'' don't wear the same clothes too often. The manga takes place over several years which only increases the amount of clothing.
14th Jul '16 7:31:04 AM SMARTALIENQT
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* Elle Woods has roughly 15 costume changes in ''Theatre/LegallyBlonde'', some of them amazingly fast and on stage.
1st Jul '16 7:59:55 AM Arachnos
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* Mabel of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' seems to have an infinite amount of custom sweaters, and wears a different one every episode, and sometimes more than one in the same episode. Justified since Mabel knits the sweaters herself. Apparently she just owns a lot of yarn.

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* Mabel of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' seems to have an infinite amount of custom sweaters, and wears a different one every episode, and sometimes more than one in the same episode. Justified since Mabel knits the sweaters herself. Apparently she just owns a lot of yarn. This is in stark contrast to her brother's LimitedWardrobe.
11th Jun '16 1:17:33 PM nombretomado
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* London Tipton (played by Brenda Song) of Disney's ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' has never worn the same outfit twice, IIRC. Her hairstyles are equally varied. This makes sense, since she is absurdly rich and self-centered. What's kind of weird is that ALL of the people who don't wear suits have immense wardrobes, including the titular characters Zack and Cody, their mother, and their friend Maddie. None of these characters are particularly rich. In fact, it is somewhat frequently mentioned that Maddie is not that well off financially (despite attending a school that requires uniforms. Go figure).

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* London Tipton (played by Brenda Song) of Disney's ''TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' has never worn the same outfit twice, IIRC. Her hairstyles are equally varied. This makes sense, since she is absurdly rich and self-centered. What's kind of weird is that ALL of the people who don't wear suits have immense wardrobes, including the titular characters Zack and Cody, their mother, and their friend Maddie. None of these characters are particularly rich. In fact, it is somewhat frequently mentioned that Maddie is not that well off financially (despite attending a school that requires uniforms. Go figure).
11th Jun '16 1:16:40 PM buttbutt
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* ''{{Mallrats}}'' takes place over the course of a single day, but René changes clothes multiple times because Shannen Doherty's contract specified she got to keep everything she wore.


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* The same goes for Cisco Ramon of ''Series/TheFlash2014'' - many geeky T-shirts, but you can catch him re-wearing specific ones.
7th Jun '16 3:31:06 PM Kereea1
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* ''Manga/OnePiece'' often has the main cast change clothes every arc, sometimes multiple times an arc such as in Thriller Bark, Punk Hazard, and Dressrosa. Some characters like Luffy and Zoro tend to keep similar pieces while Nami has had a massive amount of wardrobe variety.
** Other characters' wardrobe variance varies: Jinbe merely seems to change kimono patterns, Buggy had very similar clothing in all arcs until Impel down at which point begins to vary more, and the Red Hair pirates have changed their hairstyles but not their clothes ten years after their first appearance, barring the addition of capes (and Shanks already used to wear one). No one on Whitebeard's crew besides Ace himself changed their look at all after Ace met them four years ago, and Ace only took off his shirt.
** Almost all of the Eleven Supernovas seen after the timeskip have drastically altered their looks. Trafalgar Law, joining the main cast for Punk Hazard and Dressrosa, even begins to change clothes like the Straw Hats. The only ones with even similar looks to how they started are Capone Bege, Apoo, and X Drake, who still have some differences.
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* Phoebe has worn every outfit seen in [[http://pedantia.deviantart.com/art/Phoebe-outfits-and-hair-332718473 this image]] at some point in Webcomic/PhoebeAndHerUnicorn.
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