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[[caption-width-right:350:She's not asking anyone out. [[RuleOfGlamorous It's just to look pretty.]]]]

When a humanoid person has a peacock tail or is wearing a bunch of feathers arranged as though it was a peacock tail (which is actually a separate group of feathers known as a "train").

This is common on girls in fiction, [[AnimalGenderBender yet the peacock train is a feature of male peafowl]] in RealLife (females -- pea''hens'' -- lack the train and, at least in the case of the Indian [Blue] peahen, are rather drab in color [the Green peahens are much more colourful, only slightly less so than the Green peacock]); but such a flamboyant thing on a human guy would be, well, [[AmbiguouslyGay flamboyant]]. So it's often human girls that have this, although a guy having one isn't entirely unheard of.

A SubTrope of either LittleBitBeastly or FluffyFashionFeathers, depending on whether this character actually has a tail or is just wearing one.

Compare WingedHumanoid, GiantWaistRibbon.

Not to be confused with women who work for Creator/{{NBC}}, or with AgentPeacock.



* The literal peacock girls from the Advertising/{{Orangina}} ads.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
%%* The peacock outfits from {{Bizenghast}}.
* The Zuka club in ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' has a set of outfits with feather tails, as a ShoutOut to {{Takarazuka}}.
* In ''Anime/SummerWars,'' a PowerUp gives Natsuki's Oz avatar (which basically looks like her) [[PowerGivesYouWings angel wings]] and a peacock tail while battling [[AIIsACrapshoot Love Machine]].

* The end of ''Imogene's Antlers'' has the titular girl drop the antlers she mysteriously grew, only to grow a peacock's tail.
%%* A Peacock Boy appears in ''Coldheart Canyon'', and has a very squicky origin. [[spoiler: He's a cross between a live peacock and a female human ''ghost''.]]
* An entire kingdom of Peacock People (both men and women) appears in Madame d'Aulnoy's FairyTale ''[[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/authors/aulnoy/1892/princessrosette.html Princess Rosette]]''. The kingdom's ruler, the aptly-named King of the Peacocks, wears a peacock train as a crown.
* A woman in John Patrick Lowrie's sci-fi novel ''Dancing With Eternity'' is one of these. She's been augmented so the peacock tattoos on her arms fan into a feathery peacock tail.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* In ''Series/GoseiSentaiDairanger'', Kujaku, the incarnation of the Peacock Buddha wears an appropriately peacock-esque outfit complete with a feathered headdress and tail.
* In ''Series/KamenRiderOOO'', the title character's red Body Medal is the Peafowl, which generates an aura resembling the classic peacock feathers - except OOO can [[MacrossMissileMassacre fire the "eyes" at enemies]].

* Music/KatyPerry wears a showgirl outfit with the tail made of pink feathers in "What Happens in Vegas".
** And for "Peacock", she wears [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Katyperry-cdt-peacock-edit.jpg a blue leotard complete with tail]].
* Music/WeirdAlYankovic dresses as a peacock briefly in his "Perform This Way" video, and wears said costume in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2GUm0WFhwN0 live performances]].
* Music/MileyCyrus wore a corset-dress with a giant peacock tail in her video "Can't Be Tamed".
* One or two shots in the video for "Leaving Las Vegas" by Music/SherylCrow has some showgirls with huge fan tails.
* The cover of Music/{{Goldfrapp}}'s ''Supernature'' album is cropped from a picture of Alison Goldfrapp [[http://farm1.static.flickr.com/17/92960608_ecd2fd98ac.jpg wearing a peacock tail]], although it's not flared.
* Icelandic singer Music/{{Bjork}} is known for wearing many bird-themed dresses. She once wore a sparkly peacock dress during one of her shows.

[[folder:Myths & Religion]]
* In Greek myth, the peacock was sacred to Hera, Queen of the Gods who was sometimes shown wearing a peacock tail. According to myth, the blue eye spots on the peacock's feathers were Hera's way of honoring Argus, a hundred-eyed guard who died defending her golden apple tree.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* Allysin Kay has worn a peacock feather tail, just worn around her collar, as entrance attire.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* In ''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem'' supplement ''Shadows Of Mexico'' the clan splat portrait for [[VampiresAreSexGods the Daeva]] is wearing a designer outfit with a peacock feather train on her back.

* {{Takarazuka}} shows love this. Many numbers have just about everyone with a peacock tail on their costumes. It doesn't matter if it's a {{Bifauxnen}} in a suit or a lady in a PimpedOutDress.
* In RealLife, there is a showgirl accessory like this called a "fan tail", which is common in stage shows with showgirls.
* Some stage dancers, including burlesque, will put a pair of large feather fans behind their backs, which makes a tail, and also evokes the CoyGirlishFlirtPose (although without the coy part).
* ''Amaluna'' plays with this, featuring the Peacock Goddess and female backup dancers with smaller, more mobile peacock trains, but only the males have the full-size erectable trains.

[[folder: Toys]]
* ''Franchise/MonsterHigh'' has a range of "Inner Monster" dolls, who can be customized [[BodyHorror inside and out]] based on one of a few emotions they could be feeling. One of the four dolls, Spooky Sweet/Frightfully Fierce, is a peacock girl in her Spooky Sweet mode.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* One of the shows in ''VideoGame/SakuraWars'' had outfits with yellow feathers arraigned as tails.
* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' has Peacock, a cyborg girl whose cybernetic arms each have three eyes on them that resemble the tail feathers of the bird, and one of her attacks has her hat turn into a peacock head while an array of eyes line up behind her, fanning out and looking even more like a peacock's tail. Interestingly, she's ''also'' one of the least feminine of the female characters in the game.
* ''VideoGame/MySims'' has the character Ms Nicole, a fashion boutique owner who wears a rather large hair accessory resembling peacock feathers.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Peek-A-Blue from ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' has a tail, and the [[EyesDoNotBelongThere eye-like spots]] on her tail have [[{{Seers}} vision powers]].
* Ro's PimpedOutDress in ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAsTheIslandPrincess'' includes a peacock tail, that is made of tail feathers given to her by her peacock friend (which [[RuleOfGlamorous somehow]] change from green to {{pink| means feminine}}).
* In ''Franchise/DisneyPrincess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams'', Jasmine is briefly dressed up in a peacock getup for a portrait. It has a flared collar like a tail, and a train that isn't flared. She sheds it for the song "Not a Peacock Princess".
* [[BigBad Coco LaBouche's]] wedding dress at the end of ''WesternAnimation/RugratsInParis'' has a tail on the back.
%%* One of the disco dancers during ''Galaxy Goof-Ups''' {{Disney Acid Sequence}}s.
* In ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug,'' it's {{Implied}} that the [[AnimalThemedSuperbeing Peacock]] [[TransformationTrinket Miraculous]] was formerly owned by [[spoiler:[[BrokenAce Adrien]]'s MissingMom]].
** A better example from this show is Le Paon, [[spoiler: who actually is a confirmed holder of the Miraculous and is wearing a peacock dress]]. Also, Duusu the kwami is a female kwami with peacock tail feathers.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* Several outfits worn by female dancers during the carnival season in Latin America sport giant fan tails from huge feathers.
* [[http://www.randomlynew.com/5701/5-most-expensive-wedding-dresses-that-cost-millions-of-dollars.html This]] $1.5 million wedding dress by Vera Wang.
* Averted [[https://notalwaysright.com/ornithologically-correct/18889/ here]] on ''Website/NotAlwaysRight'', where a card with two peacocks is suggested for a gay (male) couple's anniversary.