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->''"Following that unseen sauna, we get to see the women with nipples poking through their towels, which apparently operate like shrink wrap, and conform to their bodies perfectly."''
-->-- '''Linkara''', ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' on ''22 Brides'' #1

In comics, and some other drawn and animated media, clothing is often drawn fitting around the body far better than it reasonably should in RealLife.

All clothing will fit tightly around an animated woman's [[ImpossibleHourglassFigure 15 inch waist]], even if it's [[TheRoaringTwenties dropped]] or [[RegencyEngland empire-line]]. Men too, will have an apparent narrow waist even in jackets that wouldn't show that in real life. Of course, the most common form of this is spandex outfits, which nowadays wrap around every curve and muscle (especially prominent since the late 1980s) but as the picture shows, any piece of clothing can wrap around better than it should if the artist so chose, whether it be an overcoat or the bodice of a PimpedOutDress.

The reason this is done is likely a combination of RuleOfCool, RuleOfSexy and RealityIsUnrealistic, with a heaping bushel of {{Fanservice}} for good measure. If the character has a good figure, the artist likely wants to show it off, to advertise the beauty or natural athleticism.

Another reason, particularly where superhero comics are concerned, is that artists are trained to draw human figures. It is faster and easier to add colors that imply spandex clothing than to actually draw the folds and wrinkles that come with wearing realistic clothing. In other words, most of the time (and this goes for male characters as well as female), what you're seeing are nudes with strategic coloring.

Some {{Live Action Adaptation}}s try to sculpt the outfits to simulate the look in the comics.

Can be averted with UnmovingPlaid in order to "flatten out" logically form fitting clothes and reduce the fanservice of things like a PantyShot.

A SubTrope of ImpossiblyCoolClothes.

A SuperTrope to ChainmailBikini and LatexSpacesuit.

Compare MostCommonSuperpower, SensualSpandex (which shows some skin as well as conforming to the skin it covers), SweaterGirl (although the sweater is designed to be form-fitting), PaintedOnPants, SuperheroesWearTights.

Not to be confused with ClingyCostume, BodyPaint.


[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* The armor worn in ''Manga/SaintSeiya''. {{Justified}} because they're magical artifacts with explicit shape-shifting properties (the Sagittarius Cloth is first seen in a form completely different from the real one due having been altered for disguise purposes, and other armors have lesser pieces disappearing), and adapting to the users' size is a simple effect of that.
* The [[LatexSpaceSuit plug suits]] in ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'', justified as necessary for synchronization and as a life-support system for the pilots. We're also shown how they get so tight: a vacuum-sealing button at the wrist to make them skintight.
* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' has the combat armor worn by Vegeta as well as several other characters in Freeza's employ. It is a skintight bodysuit with shoulder and breastplates over top, but the actual armor pieces get continually smaller until they're done away with completely in the Buu arc. Somewhat justified as it's designed to accommodate several different species, some of whom can transform.
* Good God, ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple''. Miu's clothing is so formfitting that she might as well be wearing BodyPaint. Even her ''apron'' is form fitting. Must be a family trait, Grandpa Fuurinji wears thick robes that somehow manage to show off all his abs and arm muscles.
* In ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'', whenever Yusuke is shown wearing blue jeans, they always look far too tight to be comfortable. This combines with some serious ClothingDamage to create a sizable female fanbase (with a little help from [[{{Bishonen}} Kurama]]). His other clothes aren't nearly as bad, though.
* ''Manga/ExcelSaga'': All of the female characters, most of the time, no matter what they're wearing (including the Daitenzen suits, and the ACROSS girls "uniforms"). Of course, this is all AuthorAppeal, as Rikudo Koshi is known for his many {{Doujinshi}}. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in Volume 15, between Missions 2 & 3. A single-panel image of Excel and Elgala being held prisoner, where, among other comments, the guard asks: "Purple-haired prisoner! Have you been tailoring your uniform again?" Elgala's prison uniform is unusually form-fitting. Even Excel's is needlessly tight around the bust and midsection.
* ''Manga/{{Gantz}}'' deserves special mention here. Not only do the full-body suits hug every curve so tightly that they're impossible to put on while wearing any undergarments whatsoever, the breasts actually seem to ''grow'' when the suits are put on. They're custom-made for each wearer and may use additional [[AppliedPhlebotinum alien tech]] to fit so perfectly. It's equal-gender-opportunity, though, and even subverted when some characters (mostly men) insist on wearing street clothes outside their suits.
* ''Manga/DeathNote'': Mello's [[HellBentForLeather leather]] wardrobe.
* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'' frequently has bad guys wearing what appears to be 19th Century spandex, even to the point of having vacuum-fitting bandages.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Any of Orihime's shirts or outfits seem to be tailored to her large bust. Of course, she ''is'' a member of the sewing club.
* In ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'', Amber's clothing are really really skin-tight. It gets odd when you realize she'd have to get new clothes in progressively different sizes every time [[spoiler:she ages back as remuneration for her powers]].
* ''{{Manga/IkkiTousen}}'' covers routinely feature women wearing cheongsams which even conform to their ''navels''.
* ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'': [[MsFanservice Seras Victoria]]'s [[CustomUniform uniform]] really shows her figure: [[ZettaiRyouiki thigh-high stockings]], [[DangerouslyShortSkirt a really short skirt]] and a military coat so skin-tight, [[http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20091024142938/hellsing/images/5/51/Seras-versions.jpg it wraps around her breasts.]]
* ''Anime/HeroicAge'', like various other SpaceOpera series, has women's military uniforms that stuck-to-the-skin tight, defining every last curve in perfect detail.
* ''LightNovel/LadiesVersusButlers'': the girls' school uniform is so form-fitting that the top appears to be painted on.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* It would be easier to list superheroes with outfits that ''don't'' follow this trope. A popular derogatory phrase is "boob socks", for costumes that define and separate a woman's individual breasts in a way that could only be achieved in real life if the costume were glued to her skin or made with bespoke breast pockets.
** ComicBook/{{Catwoman}}'s infamous [[http://www.zoom-comics.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2011/10/90s-catwoman.jpg purple outfit]].
** A notable example would be Iron Maiden of ''Comicbook/EarthX'', though. She's wearing [[ChainmailBikini a suit of Vibranium (fictional metal) armor]] which molds to her attributes. All of them, apparently--the style of art in the original series makes it hard to see, but a concept drawing shows nipples, navel, and ''cameltoe''. Only the armor's head, which looks like Iron Man's original helmet, is an exception.
** In the Golden and Silver ages spandex usually wasn't so tight, and fit much more realistically. As time went on clothes got tight, to the point where a hero in spandex was essentially naked save for a few choice areas. Then it got even crazier and muscles just started appearing everywhere, reaching an apex with Creator/RobLiefeld and his followers. Nowadays things tend to be more subdued, thanks to colouring techniques having enough depth to render all those muscles through subtle shading rather than hard lines.
** In many renditions of muscular males, you could even see their ''veins'' through the material of their sleeves.
** A noticeable aversion would be ComicBook/{{Batgirl}}'s "Burnside" costume, which replaced the spandex/armor aesthetic in favor of something more down to Earth. The model sheet explicitly states that the jacket Batgirl wears is ''not'' spandex and X's out a drawing of the jacket effectively vacuum-sealed over her chest.
* Just about everything the girls in Franchise/ArchieComics put on will wrap far better above the waist than they would in reality. Perhaps a way of GettingCrapPastTheRadar?
* Almost continually averted for female pilots in the [[Comicbook/XWingSeries Rogue Squadron]] comics; the outfits pilots and other characters wore sometimes hinted a little, but were seldom overt, and their pilot jumpsuits were all baggy and heavily pocketed. The most notable exception was the one time a character got into a formal gown which clung tight enough to reveal her abs - and rather than being an UnusuallyUninterestingSight, the pilot she was dating saw it and said "Wow!"
* ''ComicBook/{{Thunderstrike}}'': Marcy wears a fancy red dress for the opening of her health salon, which clung to her figure. This had the benefit of showing off her figure, hinting that one could look that good joining her salon.
* In ''TwentyTwoBrides'', it showed two of the heroines dressed in bath towels that managed to shrink around their bodies to the point that their nipples show.
* [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] for the sake of {{Fanservice}} in ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'' - her semi-sentient suit is thinner than RealLife [[SensualSpandex lycra]] and actively forms itself to her skin. [[FridgeLogic According to which rules]] it's actually ''less'' revealing than it should be...
** Specifically, it doesn't show camel toe -- which, if it was really a few molecules thick and more or less a superpowered form of bodypaint, would definitely be visible. This is lampshaded in comic and by the author several times, and both characters and author promise to explain it in a future chapter. [[RunningGag Every volume.]]
*** Despite the above, Emp notes in one issue that she has to keep shaved because the ''stubble'' shows through the suit.
* The comic book adaptation to ''Literature/SplinterOfTheMindsEye'' puts Luke and Leia into "miner's uniforms". On Leia this outfit actually averts this trope, being tight but not apparently painted on. On ''[[http://images.plurk.com/bcc9afd0b93629d7204ba1c42837eba9.jpg Luke]]''...
** Ironically, the original novel (and the cover art) describes Leia's outfit as being considerably more form-fitting than shown in the comic.
* Dust from various ''ComicBook/XMen''-related titles is supposedly a devout Muslim who wears a full [[UsefulNotes/IslamicDress abaya and niqab]]. [[DependingOnTheArtist Certain artists]], however, completely miss the point of modest Islamic dress for women and draw the abaya as virtually skin-tight.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ''ComicStrip/LibertyMeadows''. Brandy and Jen's jeans look more like they were painted on. In one strip, Brandy has difficulties with putting her jeans on.
* Fara Phoenix from the ''VideoGame/StarFox'' [[ComicStrip/StarFox comics]] [[note]]which were published in 1993's ''Magazine/NintendoPower'' magazine[[/note]] wears one of these, flavoured FutureSpandex, and contrasting above example one ''[[GettingCrapPastTheRadar can]]'' occasionally identify...[[CountryMatters anatomical details]].

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}'', Anya changes into a flapper dress, which still hugs her waist and breasts, even though the point of that style was ''not'' to do that.
* Likewise Tiana from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' lives in TheRoaringTwenties. Her blue gown has a belt where the correct waistline should be, but the top is completely form fitting.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The ''Film/{{Batman}}'' films did this, leading to the [[ExaggeratedTrope most extreme form yet of this trope]]: the bat-nipples in ''Film/BatmanForever'' and ''Film/BatmanAndRobin''.
* David Bowie's pants in ''Film/{{Labyrinth}}''.
* The GI Joe suits in ''Film/GIJoeTheRiseOfCobra'' have this effect especially on [[http://film-book.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/rachel-nichols-scarlett2-gijoe-the-movie.jpg Scarlet.]]
* Film/JamesBond always wears bespoke suits. While these are tailored in the English (fits at chest, drapes from there) rather than Continental (strongly darted to be at snug at possible for the whole body without pulling or puckering) style, they're still quite form fitting compared to the off the rack (needs to be larger to hide the minor inconsistencies with the wearer's body) and American Sack (fits at natural shoulder and drapes from there, has wide armholes with extra fabric in the underarm so the suit doesn't pucker when arms are up) styles most audience members are used to.
* ''Film/ThePrincessBride'': Westley's mask was tailored to fit on Creator/CaryElwes by making a mold on his face.
* Viperís clothes in ''Film/TheWolverine'' are this.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Various episodes of ''Series/TheMightyBoosh'' have Vince in skin tight latex jumpsuits.
* ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', T'Pol has a jump suit that is not only more form fitting than the uniforms, but also for Vulcan clothing. Explicitly stated as being FanService in-universe.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'', Seven of Nine wears mostly suits that are far more form-fitting than the regular uniforms. Handwaved as she is a former Borg and needs the form-fitting clothing to keep her body from... Borg stuff. And she can't wear something less distracting ''over'' the suit why?
* Justified in ''Series/{{Bunheads}}'' since much of the story revolves around the dance studio so the students both male and female (although we see much more of the girls than the boys) spend a lot of time in leotards.
* Most of [[Series/MadMen Joan Holloway Harris's]] clothing are this to show off her figure, though they are well tailored and she wears the requisite period undergarments to create the armored, bullet-pointed look for her curves.

* All of the women in Bally's ''[[Pinball/CaptainFantastic Capt. Fantastic And The Brown Dirt Cowboy]]'' feature [[{{Fanservice}} large breasts and form-fitting shirts.]]
* Also done in [[Creator/MidwayGames Bally's]] ''Pinball/{{Star Trek|Bally}}'' pinball, though to characters of both sexes.
* The women of ''Pinball/EvelKnievel'' are all shown wearing tight "Evel 1" T-shirts.
* The tight tops worn by the women of ''Pinball/TruckStop'' make it obvious they're [[VaporWear not wearing any undergarments.]]
* All of the roller skaters in ''Pinball/{{Rollergames}}'' wear body-fitting uniforms in bright [[TheEighties eighties]] colors.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* Some Eldar armor in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' molds to the user absurdly well in the regions not covered by the stiffened overplates, especially noticeable with the Guardian model's easily visible abs.
** Justified in that it's Psycho-sensitive plastic, so it conforms to the form for maximum protection while simultaneously affording maximum mobility. Notably, the Howling Banshees are all female [[BreastPlate in appearance]], but some are male.
** DependingOnTheWriter this may actually be averted. In some of the less humanlike interpretations of the Eldar their armor is just as bulky on them as a Space Marine's is on a human, it's just that they're inhumanly thin.
* In ''TabletopGame/TranshumanSpace'', memswear is clothing laced with infinitesimally small motors, sensors, and radio transceivers. If ordered to do so, a memswear garment can fit this way.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/EverQuest'' had this problem early on due to technological limitations. All armor except helmets was depicted by merely changing the texture of the character model without altering its geometry, meaning that leather armor, chainmail, and even full plate armor was skin-tight and matched the wearer's shape perfectly. This effect was partially averted by characters that normally wore robes (Erudian males), coats (Dark/high elf males), dresses (high elf/Erudian females), or kilts (Barbarians) as part of their character model, in which case equipping platemail resulted in wearing a ''platemail skirt!''
* Somehow, Sheik's {{sarashi}} and ''shawl'', the latter of which is supposed to be ''loose'' clothing, in ''Videogame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' are worn this way as part of her male disguise. This was dropped to an extent in ''Videogame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'', and even more the 3DS remake of ''Ocarina of Time'' [[SweetPollyOliver to make things more clear about her disguise]] (though [[HereWeGoAgain they went back to it]] in her Wii U appearance, deviating from [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/zelda/images/9/95/Sheik_Artwork_%28Twilight_Princess%29.png/revision/latest?cb=20140415063415 her original concept design]]).
* The ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series follows this trope with main characters' spy suits.
** Ditto with Sam Fisher's gear in the ''VideoGame/SplinterCell'' games.
** Both of these are justified in that tighter attire are better suited for sneaking.
*** Unlike most examples, Snake remarked how 'uncomfortable' the Sneaking Suit was until he 'breaks it in'
** Solid Snake has pecs, abs and ''intercostal muscles'' visible through a padded bulletproof vest in ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid''. In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidPeaceWalker'', Big Boss's bulge (in his Battle uniform) is visible in alarming detail through a padded plate more than an inch thick.
* Often happens with badly made custom clothing for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'': Women's shirts actually do not cling between their breasts, but it's easier to design skintight clothing. Ladies' swimwear is basically painted onto the nude body mesh. Which is frustrating because there ''is'' one that is meshed correctly-- the unflattering blue one-piece suit with the flowers.
* ''Franchise/MassEffect''
** The same suit or armor that fits on a human male will have no problem fitting a human woman.
** In ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'', most of your squadmates: Miranda, Samara, Jacob, Thane, Kasumi, and Tali. The second downloadable appearance pack gives Miranda a suit of more sensible-looking but no-less form-fitting armor.
** ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' as well, especially EDI (although slightly lampshaded by the fact [[spoiler: she's basically a sentient android who can change her appearance at will, i.e. she's technically naked]], and there's a particular close-up of Miranda's "assets" in one cutscene that indicate an outfit that would be physically impossible (or very uncomfortable) for a real person to wear.
* Rubi, the protagonist of ''VideoGame/{{Wet}}'', wears a surprisingly form-fitting jacket.
* ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'', Samus Aran's "Zero Suit".
* ''VideoGame/FZero'', Given all of that ''spandex'' and ''latex'', it applies to almost all of the racers, {{Squick}} or no.
* Parasoul and Valentine from ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' wear outfits that hug their bodies something fierce. Parasoul is justified, seeing as she's wearing a turtleneck. It's a miracle that Valentine can even move in her barely-there shirt.
* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'': While both justified or averted for a lot of costume choices (such as spandex and hoodies), some materials can be surprisingly formfitting.
* In the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'', Taki usually has at least one costume that's so tight as to look like body paint.
* Considering it has [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters over one hundred playable characters]] and the various skins for all of them, it should come as no shock at all that ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' has a few of these.
* In the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' spin off ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'' one of the [[QuirkyMinibossSquad Tsviets]] named [[EmotionlessGirl Shelke]] wears a suit that fits this trope. On the subject of Final Fantasy, [[Videogame/FinalFantasyIX Princess Garnet]] has a particularly well-defined set of...[[{{Pun}} assets,]] which are clearly visible, much to Zidane's delight.
* In ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIII'', both the female and male Cleric / Pilgrim class members wear a ''very'' tight-fitting orange bodysuit under their churchly attire.
* Jarringly done with armor and clothes in ''VideoGame/{{Drakensang}}'': no matter what, armors will fit perfectly both men and women alike without problems. Even odder with plate-mail armor.
* Played oh-so-straight with all the girls in ''VideoGame/{{Roommates}}''. While it's somewhat believable that everyone's light summer clothes are form-fitting, their heavy winter coats and {{sweater|Girl}}s are just as tight.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' has all armour outside of heavy chainmail or platemail fit the character's body extremely closely. This includes highly pronounced leathers, chain and even mage robes on all female characters.
** ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'' manages to avert this by having most forms of armour bulky or with more sensible designs for specific characters. It is lampshaded and deconstructed in one dialogue:
-->'''Iron Bull:''' (To Cassandra) Some high-ranking women wear ornamental crap with tits hammered into it. One good shot, and all that cleavage gets knocked right into the sternum. Real messy. Good on you for going practical.

[[folder:Visual Novels]]
* ''VisualNovel/KatawaShoujo'': The standard buttoned shirt for the girls' version of the Yamuku Academy uniform seems very tailored and clingy, sticking to the countours of the abdomen and breasts. The skirts can be clingy too. Some of the sprites and [=CGs=] emphasize the clingy clothes more than others.
* The blazers worn in ''VisualNovel/LittleBusters'' must be very thin, because Kurugaya's jacket curves perfectly around her very large breasts.
* Shows up frequently in ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' and its spinoffs, often on ancient heroes who would've had no access to anything similar in their lifetime (then again, Nasuverse history is a bit different from real life...). An extreme case occurs early on with Servant Lancer, [[spoiler:the hero [[Myth/CelticMythology Cuchulainn]]. Other Irish heroes in spinoffs wear similar bodysuits, which some fans theorize were inspired by the pop culture image of Celts fighting naked in bodypaint (Cu's suit is [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isatis_tinctoria blue]], after all)]].

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob,'' Jean's outfits are all extremely form-fitting; once in a blue moon, she does wear a skirt, though. Voluptua's costume is basically a one-piece swimsuit. Thanks to her fur, Molly revels in nudity.
* Karla designs very tight MagicalGirl uniforms for the girls in ''Webcomic/M9Girls'' Pato is not entirely happy about them.
* [[LittleGreenMen Uryuoms]] in ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'' often wear form-fitting clothing [[JustifiedTrope because they transform into many different body shapes on a regular basis]]. The clothing even changes size! Grace, who is (normally) a humanoid, sometimes wears Uryuom clothing because she likes it.
** Lampshaded later, in [[http://www.egscomics.com/index.php?id=2134 this comic]]
* ''DoctorVoluptua'' (no relation) has a similar situation with her suit.
* Visarah from ''Webcomic/{{Uncreation}}'' has some seriously tight jeans, if the [[http://uncreation.comicdish.com/?pageID=75 ass-cleavage]] is any indication.
* Not only does [[Webcomic/{{Freefall}} Florence Ambrose]] have [[ExposedAnimalBellybutton a visible bellybutton, despite being technically a wolf]], she frequently wears a jumpsuit tight enough that it still leaves the indentation visible.
* ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}'' takes SuperheroesWearTights and SensualSpandex and plays them for their full {{Fanservice}} potential. Spinny's costume is easily the most form-fitting one, pretty much resembling one that's [[BodyPaint painted on]].
** [[{{Bifauxnen}} Katt O']] [[CatGirl Nine Tails]]' costume is also quite fit, consisting of a navy uniform, thigh high boots, and tight pants.
** Sahira's jeans are really tight and her outfit wraps around her [[BuxomIsbetter (big)]] breasts quite nicely.
* Pointedly averted in ''Webcomic/{{SSDD}}'' when the ladies in the squad are trying to [[http://www.poisonedminds.com/d/20060912.html put on chest-plates designed for those without breasts]].
* In ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'', HornyDevil Dabbler owns a magical wetsuit that is completely form fitting, to the point that a [[GagCensor text bubble appears in front of her crotch]] explaining just how tight this suit is.
%%* ''Webcomic/{{Empowered}}'' does quite a lot of this, particularly the eponymous heroine and Ninjette
* ''Webcomic/BoundAdventures'': The most common outfits are corsets and bodysuits that show off the curves of the women wearing them.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* The various Booru sites generally use the "Impossible Clothing" tag for this.
* ''Literature/{{Defection}}'': Actual superhero literature example, the villain Prysim owns several power armours that manage to be quite skintight indeed.
* Almost every character in ''WebAnimation/{{Matt n Dusty}}'' is victim of this. Then again, it's part of the art style so it's forgivable.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Many adaptations of comic books actually avert this trope to save the animation budget. However the first ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' series did follow this trope.
* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' where Franchise/{{Batman}}, Franchise/WonderWoman and Franchise/GreenLantern chased a MadScientist back in time, they decided to blend in by stealing clothes from some bandits they beat up. The clothes Wonder Woman stole fit her curves perfectly, despite the bandit having a figure similar to that of Batman. To further highlight this problem, Wonder Woman's taller than the rest of the team. She might be able to wear the thug's socks comfortably; everything else couldn't possibly fit.
* In ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'', Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy lounge around in [[SexyShirtSwitch oversized shirts]] that still manage to show every curve.
* In ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot'', Dot's season 1 outfit didn't show the contours of her cleavage, because ABC would not allow it. When the series was cancelled by ABC but continued on different networks, this changed. In fact the main reason The Game had Dot as Creator/{{Elvira|MistressOfTheDark}} in the first episode on the new network is to show that they could show off her chest now. It was also after the departure from ABC that [=AndrAIa=] changed from being a little kid into a voluptuous woman (in appropriate tight-fitting outfits). Hexidecimal and Mouse are also worth noting.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Korra seems to wear a reasonable outfit for a waterbender, although it is apparently custom fitted and the shirt appears just about skin tight. It doesn't only conform to the shape of her breasts like a female superhero outfit. From the back, even her ''scapulae'' are visible.
* Somehow, Shiro of ''WesternAnimation/VoltronLegendaryDefender'' has managed to find a set of plainclothes more form-fitting, than the LatexSpaceSuit that is his Paladin uniform.