* If you go to a AMC/Cinemark/Regal (most of the US) movie theater, you will see an campaign backed by Sprint reminding people to turn off their phones, with the tagline "It takes a lot of phone calls to make a movie. And only one to ruin it." In one particular ad in this campaign, the topic of the calls between the moviemakers and the creators is whether a cartoon hedgehog should be wearing pants. The aforementioned "only one to ruin it" moment comes when the animators, [[WriterRevolt fed up with the time consuming project and senseless bickering]], put pants on the hedgehog...and ''leave the fly down''.
* The Waffle Wiffer, the 1960s ''Aunt Jemima'' frozen waffles mascot, sported a red turtleneck sweater and boots.
* Sonny the Cuckoo Bird for ''Cocoa Puffs'' cereal had a striped sweatshirt.
* Chip the Cookie Dog for ''Cookie Crisp'' cereal sported a turtleneck and burglar mask.
* Sydney the ''Dunkaroos'' kangaroo had a safari hat, T-shirt and vest.
* Tony the Tiger from ''Frosted Flakes'' cereal sports only a neckerchief. His son, Tony Jr., had a neckerchief and ball cap.
* Fruit Brute the werewolf from the self-titled cereal line had multicolor striped overalls.
* Sugar Bear of ''Golden Crisp'' cereal has a sky blue T-shirt. He initially had a green sweater in the late 1960s.
* Buzz the Honey Bee for ''Honey Nut Cheerios'' has a yellow and gold T-shirt and white shoes.
* Dig 'Em the Frog from ''Honey Smacks'' cereal has a baseball cap, T-shirt and sneakers.
* A 2010 ad campaign for ''Kia Motors'' features rapping, half-dressed hamsters.
* B.J. Penguin, one 1/2 of the original mascot duo of ''Kid Cuisine'' frozen foods, sported a Hawaiian shirt and a pair of red hi-tops. His friend, The Chef, was a fully-dressed polar bear in a white chef's costume and hat. The current mascot, K.C. Penguin, also wears red hi-tops as his regular wardrobe as well.
* Rory Raccoon of Post ''Sugar Sparkled Flakes'' had a Sherlock hat, bowtie and sport coat.
* The Trix Rabbit's array of disguises usually applies to this trope.
* Smokey Bear and Woodsy Owl of the ''United States Forest Service'' were both shirtless forest mascots. Smokey has his signature [[NiceHat ranger's hat]] and blue jeans, while Woodsy initially started out with his matching green hat and pants. Woodsy later [[FullyDressedCartoonAnimal added a white shirt and loafers]] to his ensemble.
* In A Raid Commercial, An Ant with a News Microphone Wears a Vest