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->''"A big sword and a skimpy leather skirt? Must be adventurin' time!"''
-->-- '''Kat''', ''Webcomic/SequentialArt''

Clothing for characters will often be impractically sexy for its chosen application. Especially common in fantastic or exotic settings, where wardrobe rules are made up on the spot.

Spies will dress in a SpyCatsuit, even when the mission explicitly calls for them to ''not'' [[HighlyVisibleNinja draw attention to themselves]]. Female warriors will charge into battle wearing a ChainmailBikini. BridgeBunnies on a military starship will be issued go-go boots and miniskirts with their uniforms.

Stripperiffic outfits on female characters--at least, young and attractive ones--are common in any genre where straight young men represent, or are assumed to represent, the core of the audience. This can be self-fulfilling, as sexually exploitative wardrobe choices can be a turn-off to potential female fans.

This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing for male roles, such as policemen, firemen, male gardeners or pool boys, into traditionally female-oriented fare, like soaps and prime-time dramas. But these tend to accentuate a man's musculature and physical strength, whereas women in fantasy are almost always drawn as waiflike supermodels. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.

RuleOfSexy is the SuperTrope.

Compare TheissTitillationTheory and GoGoEnslavement. For its Male counterpart see EatingTheEyeCandy, HotMenAtWork and WalkingShirtlessScene.

Contrast StylishProtectionGear, BattleBallgown, KickingAssInAllHerFinery.
!!Tropes That When Combined Lead To Stripperiffic Outfits:
+ {{Fanservice}}
+ ImpossiblyCoolClothes
+ NudityTropes
+ PartialNudityTropes
+ StandardSuperheroSuits
+ {{Unmentionables}}
* BareYourMidriff
* ChainmailBikini
* CleavageWindow
* CombatStilettos
* DangerouslyShortSkirt
* ExposedToTheElements
* FrenchMaidOutfit
* ImpossiblyLowNeckline
* LeotardOfPower
* LoinCloth (a trope that does this for males)
* MiniDressOfPower
* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains (when the villains are more stripperiffic than the heroes)
* SensualSpandex
* ThongOfShielding
* {{Underboobs}}
* WalkingShirtlessScene
* WhoWearsShortShorts
* VaporWear
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* The IMVU ads around the Web advise people to make an avatar to "Define your look." Apparently, the only definition offered is "brothel inmate".
* Advertising/{{Orangina}} had a rather revealing black pantheress ringmaster.
* Banner ads for the video games ''Call Of Roma'' and ''Wartune'' frequently feature women in barely-there outfits.
* [[http://www.projectwonderful.com/img/uploads/pics/22148-1360190505.png This]] ad for ''WebComic/{{Gaia}}'' references this.

[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* To quote the 34th rule in [[http://www.cs.utah.edu/~duongsaa/more_htm/jk_100animeRules.htm The 100 Rules of Anime]] (not to be confused with the other RuleThirtyFour) known as "Law of Probable Attire":
-->''Clothing in anime follows certain predictable guidelines: Female characters wear as little clothing as possible, regardless of whether it is socially or meteorologically appropriate.''
* Othinus in ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'' wears such clothing because her philosophy is that she is extremely powerful, and therefore does not need any excessive clothing for self defense purposes.
* ''Anime/AgentAika'' is full of it. Granted, it is a ecchi anime, but one has to watch it to believe just how many variations of "half naked" apparently exist. Not even to mention the fact that Aikas weapon is a corset that ''undresses her'', just to form a very striperific...armor.
* Naomi Armitage from ''Anime/ArmitageIII''.
* Parodied in two-episode wonder ''AssembleInsert'': the mad scientist designs a sensible power armor suit, but upon learning that a girl will wear it, he revises the design to expose cleavage, legs, and midriff.
* Justified with Okoi from ''Manga/{{Basilisk}}'', whose powers allow her to drain blood from her victims with any part of her body. Her power requires skin-to-skin contact, though, so baring as much skin as possible is very helpful.
* In ''Anime/{{Betterman}}'', where the mech pilots wear see-through, short-sleeved/legged bodysuits that barely cover anything. However, the male pilots wear them, too.
* ''Anime/BikiniWarriors'' has all of its main female characters wearing super revealing armor.
* Somewhat justified by the climate of Thailand, but Revy's outfit in ''Manga/BlackLagoon'' is ridiculously skimpy. Short jeans and a tube top may allow for ease of movement, but they're not going to protect against bullets. To her credit, she does dress more sensibly when visiting Japan in the winter in the Fujiyama Gangster Paradise arc.
* Most of the main characters in ''Franchise/BlackRockShooter'' are dressed in this fashion, but the titular character earns the spot with an exposed midriff, and revealing legs, making her outfit look like a combination of a swimsuit, boots, and a hooded jacket.
** She does not wear her jacket in the opening of the OVA, which shows her only wearing bikini.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has many examples:
** The most prominent is the Espada Harribel. In her normal state, she has a shirt so short that it barely covers her breasts, which she can remove to show her FetishRetardant mask and Hollow remains. Likewise, since her pants have no sides and are kept up by a thick sash. After her [[OneWingedAngel Resurrection]], she's completely nude, with strategically placed armor. Meanwhile, out of her Fraccion, Mila Rose's default uniform and battle suit are rather revealing as well. However this is justified as their skin is strong enough to be armor.
** Nel is first introduced as a kid wearing a garb. That garb is torn to pieces, however, when she morphs into an adult.
* In ''Manga/BlueExorcist'', Shura Kirigakure is an exorcist working for the Vatican... who apparently doesn't mind her wearing a skimpy outfit that emphasizes her humongous breasts. Then again, they keep her magic seals easy to get to, while she's also a very powerful and experience exorcist. And she's ''hardly'' the most eccentric exorcist they have.
* ''Anime/BubblegumCrisis'' for curvy powered armor -- with high heels. Though in at least one case, the high heels are justified. The feet of the hardsuits are actually modeled on "ballet boots," meaning that the front of them is almost a straight line down. In the case of Priss' suit, this allows for the proper placement of the explosive caps that go off when she kicks things, since it would be much harder to properly position them with "normal" feet.
* ''Anime/BurstAngel'' features just about all of the female cast in either bikini with a jacket or clearly visible underboobs.
* In ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'', many of the female and ''male'' [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demons]] wear revealing outfits that seem rather impractical. Sure, demons can heal, but why would you ''want'' to expose your innards to attacks?
* Kallen from ''Anime/CodeGeass'' mainly in the beginning of Season 2, wears a quite revealing bunny-costume.
** Standard attire for Britannia's female [[MiniMecha Knightmare]] pilots is basically a leotard. This "feature" of service carries over to the manga Oz of the Reflection, with the female protagonist, Oldrin. The Valkyrie Squad takes this one step further by having belly-depth cleavage, and [[{{Tykebomb}} Anya]] of the [[TheDragon Knights Of The Round]] wears a really skimpy pilot suit as well.
* [[MsFanservice All things considered]], Anime/CuteyHoney's costume is rather tame, not going much beyond some AbsoluteCleavage (at least when it [[ClothingDamage stays on]]). Then ''Re: Cutie Honey'' rolls along and her outfit becomes fairly skimpy.
* ''LightNovel/DateALive'' has the AST's wire suits which don't really seem designed as functional armor; aside from leaving a large part of the upper chest and legs bare, the portion that covers the midriff is skin-tight to show off the navel. They have ''nothing'' on the Yamai twins however, whose Astral Dresses look like BDSM outfits.
* Of the ten members of Mamoru Onodera's BattleHarem in ''Manga/DeadlineSummonner'', only three are dressed decently. One is a Golem in a mini-dress that, at least, covers her panties (if she even has parts down there); the second is a Centaur who [[GoingCommando does not wear underwear]] and [[GagBoobs has a hard time covering up]]; the third is a Dullahan who [[ClingyCostume cannot remove her full-body armour.]]
* ''Anime/DigimonXrosWars'' introduced us to Mervamon who wears as little as she can. Lilithmon normally wears an [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline extremely low cut]], though still relatively conservative dress. However in Xros Wars as Gattai Lilithmon, this outfit is exchanged for a far more stripperiffic dominatrix outfit, [[WhipItGood complete with whip]]. {{Justified|Trope}}, since she's the Demon Lord embodying [[Theatre/TheSevenDeadlySins the sin of lust]].
* Yuri and Kei from the ''LightNovel/DirtyPair''. Their original costume was based on WWF female costumes. Not that the later variants were any more modest.
* In ''Anime/DivergenceEve'' the outfits the cadets wear during training are very revealing, then in [[spoiler:Episode 6]] of ''Misaki Chronicles'', Lyar wears hot red dress while on a mission in the past. And of course in both seasons there's the pilot outfits Kotoko-01 wears.
* In a ''Anime/{{Doraemon}}'' story, Suneo designs a costume for Shizuka and comes up with this. Shizuka doesn't take it well.
* In ''Manga/ExcelSaga'', the outfits for the girls of ACROSS are all one piece bathing suits that show of their cleavage and have bits of other clothing attached, and huge shoulder pads. Justified a bit in that their boss is a {{Cloudcuckoolander}}. The Daitenzin meanwhile, as a parody of {{Sentai}} heroes, wear form fitting spandex.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'' around 98% of the characters use only a few garments of clothes at best in battle. After 100 chapters, if you find it weird (or impractical) to see people beating each other in only a scarf and pants, boxers, cocktail dresses, schoolgirl outfits or technically naked, you are watching it wrong..
* Ranpha and Forte from ''Anime/GalaxyAngel''; Both Ranpha's and Forte's clothes are designed to show as much skin as possible. From the second season of the anime on, ExecutiveMeddling ordered a costume alteration for the two to cover up; [[VideoGame/GalaxyAngel the games]] kept them in their original outfits until ''Galaxy Angel II''.
* Although she starts putting on some clothes in 2nd Gig, for the majority of the first season of ''Anime/GhostInTheShellStandAloneComplex'', Motoko Kusanagi mostly wears a leotard that exposes her back, boots, belt and a leather jacket. It should be noted however, that she has proper uniforms for combat and official business. Even gets a lampshade in an early episode.
-->'''Major:''' It's so... sexist!\\
'''Togusa:''' Look who's talking.
* ''[[Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple History's Strongest Disciple Kenichi]]'' does this with nearly every girl. Miu wears a spandex battlesuit that will 'always' get shredded to the bare minimum. Renka also opts to wear very skimpy chinese dresses for every fight.
* The majority of the PoweredArmor in ''LightNovel/InfiniteStratos'' doesn't provide much actual protective armor. This is because the suits come with nigh-indestructible DeflectorShields; anything that can punch through that isn't going to be slowed down by armor, so the designers use the armor plating more for fashion than protection. There are a few exceptions, such as the [[SuperPrototype White Knight]].
* Early episode baddie [[http://lemondedelolo.wifeo.com/images/y/yur/yura.jpeg Yura]] from ''Manga/{{Inuyasha}}''. She dresses most skimpily out of any other female villain from the show.
* There's a lot of stripperific characters in ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''. To name a few: there's Dio,[[labelnote:*]] at least after fusing with Jonathon's body sine he spent a lot of time posing shirtless with it in his room[[/labelnote]] Joseph, ''all'' of the Pillar Men, Vanilla Ice, Fugo, Diavolo, Risotto, Jolyne, and Anasui. Again, to name a few!
* Ryuko's Senketsu in ''Anime/KillLaKill'', when activated, consist of a pair of thighhighs, a very short skirt, a top that doesn't even cover the whole chest, and a pair of suspenders on the user's breasts. This is [[RunningGag constantly]] {{lampshade|Hanging}}d.
** In episode 3 [[spoiler: this becomes a plot point. Ryuko's embarrassment when wearing Senketsu caused [[ItMakesSenseInContext it to draw more of her blood]] in order to function. When she accepts to wear the uniform's slightly ''[[UpToEleven more]]'' revealing true form without worrying about its revealing nature, she gains a massive power boost]].
** Senketsu is rather modest when you compare it to the standard combat gear of LaResistance, Nudist Beach. Said uniform consists of boots, gloves, a collar, a utility belt... and that's it. It is only by the virtue of conspicuously placed lens flares and the suggestive position of his gun holster that we have yet to see Aikuro's junk.
*** [[spoiler:Nudist Beach for the Elite Four in Episode 19 onwards are this. The worst of the bunch is Nonon which has an episode showing mostly Fanservice of the character.]]
** And the lack of clothing is ''completely justified'' since [[spoiler: almost all clothing in the world contains Life Fibers. Senketsu and Junketsu in particular are entirely made out of the stuff. If you had to wear something made out of mind-controlling parasitic aliens, wouldn't you want as little of it as possible touching you?]]
* Both averted and played straight in the ''Anime/{{Macross}}'' universe.
** In the original ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'' (and hence the Macross part of ''Anime/{{Robotech}}''), female Zentradi soldiers wore uniforms essentially identical to the male ones, which covered the entire body except for the head and hands. However, the females' pilot suits for their PoweredArmor ''were'' originally skintight, though fairly non-Stripperiffic otherwise... but these were soon redesigned to play up the fanservice in later installments (though even the redesigns don't show much in the way of actual skin). However, in all incarnations the Zentradi female powered armour itself is very bulky and only roughly humanoid.
** The non-canon ''Robotech II: The Sentinels'' comics briefly depict [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever natural-sized female Zentraedi]] in redesigned uniforms with ''miniskirts''... when around a bunch of normal-sized humans.
** ''Anime/MacrossII'': The standard costume of the Marduk (Mardook) Emulators is a skin-tight outfit with a golden ChainmailBikini and black fishnet for the rest of the body.
* In the opening episode of ''Anime/{{Madlax}}'', the titular character changes into a slinky red cocktail dress before [[spoiler:wiping out an entire military convoy, tank and a helicopter]]. Not very practical for jungle combat.
* ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'' has a number of these outfits. Sorceress Alcyone wears a LeotardOfPower that's cut low, high, and in the middle. Caldina the dancer is a ShamelessFanserviceGirl. Chizetan princesses Tarta and Tatra [[BareYourMidriff bare their midriffs]] and ShowSomeLeg, and in the anime they dress Umi in similar clothes, then Tatra does a BattleStrip.
* ''Franchise/MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha''.
** Fate Testarossa, though she dressed up conservatively during the third season. Her [[SuperMode Sonic Form]] is ''still'' quite revealing though. Lampshaded in-universe. Opponents who catch a glimpse of the Sonic Form note how little defense it grants, and that Fate could be killed by a single solid hit. In the end it doesn't change the fact that Fate usually [[SuperSpeed kicks their asses]].
** Her mother Precia also wore a dress with both AbsoluteCleavage ''and'' VaporWear. It must be genetic.
** Fate's {{Familiar}} Arf dressed with BareYourMidriff, CleavageWindow and [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]] that exposed her panty. And Precia's familiar Rynith had also a CleavageWindow. It must run in the entire Testarossa family.
** Speaking of Testarossa family, in ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaINNOCENT'', Alicia wears several costumes, including a bunny outfit. It really runs in the family.
* Princess Theodora in ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'' has an outfit combining AbsoluteCleavage and BareYourMidriff at once.
* [[HotTeacher Midori Sugiura]] from ''Anime/MaiHime'' only wears a denim jacket and a miniskirt. Even at school.
* Michiko from ''Anime/MichikoToHatchin'' usually dresses in shorts, while leaving her tattoed stomach bare. And she's supposed to be ''hiding'' from the police.
* ''Anime/MobileFighterGGundam'' has a giant robot in sailor fuku. However it also inverts it as it has a mostly male cast, and the suits that are needed to connect to the robots are incredibly skin tight. Said robot in a sailor fuku and its female pilot were probably [[AffirmativeActionGirl added]] (and Rain became a temporary pilot a few times) because male fans were getting [[StupidSexyFlanders uncomfortable]]. Also highly rumored to be a TakeThat by Sunrise to rival Toei (consider the time period the show aired--1994-95--and what was pretty much Toei's [[Anime/SailorMoon headliner then]]).
* Anko Mitarashi from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has very short short-shorts, and wears only fishnet as a shirt. She ''does'' wear a BadassLongcoat however.
* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', Momo Yaoyozoru's superhero costume is a skintight leotard with AbsoluteCleavage. It's [[JustifiedTrope justified]] because her power is to create objects from her skin, so having more skin exposed allows her create more material more quickly.
* Lampshaded in "After The End", a [[AffectionateParody parody]] audio drama from the creators of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion''. In order to bring in more viewers for season 2 of ''Evangelion'', Rei and Asuka are forced to wear redesigned Plugsuits that show off their nipples and...other sensitive areas. Asuka is mortified. [[{{Nosebleed}} Shinji has a decidedly different reaction]].
* ''Anime/OccultAcademy'' has [[spoiler:[[DarkMagicalGirl Mikaze]]]] wearing a revealing outfit when she transforms.
* While the MagicalGirl outfit in ''Anime/OkusamaWaMahouShoujo'' isn't exactly modest by any standards, Ureshiko's adult figure makes it even less so, and she's [[ReluctantFanserviceGirl quite embarrassed]] when it's pointed out.
* Adette Kistler's outfit as a member of the Siberian Railroad in ''Anime/OvermanKingGainer'' once she defects she wears the same winter coat as everyone else.
* For a {{shoujo|Demographic}} MagicalGirl franchise, ''Franchise/PrettyCure'' has a lot of examples. Cures [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure Black]], [[Anime/YesPrettyCure5 Dream, Milky Rose]], and [[Anime/FreshPrettyCure Cure Berry]] all sport (or used to sport, in Black and Dream's cases) battle attire that [[BareYourMidriff bares their midriffs]].
* Pixy Misa's outfit in the ''Anime/PrettySammy'' series gets commented on by other characters as being gaudy.
* ''Manga/PuellaMagiKazumiMagica'' has both Kazumi and Yuuri, who wear CuteWitch outfits where the majority of fabric seems to have gone into their hats. Given that most other ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica''-based series tend to avert this, it can be a little incongruous to go from the [[http://images.puella-magi.net/2/23/Madoka_Kaname_Original_Design.jpg?20110118154436 poofy]] [[http://images.puella-magi.net/f/f0/OrikoCharacterProfile.png?20130324182752 dresses]], [[http://images.puella-magi.net/7/7a/145.jpg?20110317072210 understated]] [[http://images.puella-magi.net/e/e8/Screen_shot_2012-02-20_at_12.50.16_AM.jpg?20120220065346 uniforms]], and [[http://images.puella-magi.net/8/8c/Kyouko_character_art.png?20110205200127 billowy]] [[http://images.puella-magi.net/8/8d/KirikaWeapons01.png?20110517043928 longcoats]] [[http://images.puella-magi.net/c/c5/433107.jpg?20120206055059 and capes]] to... well, [[http://images.puella-magi.net/b/b5/Short_haired_kazumi.jpg?20110601112454 this.]]
** Played straight in the third movie for [[spoiler: Homura's demon outfit]].
* Just about everyone in ''Anime/QueensBlade''. The more obvious examples are Melona and Menace, who may as well not be wearing anything. Couple this with the massive amounts of ClothingDamage that a PantyFighter series brings.
* ''Anime/ReignTheConqueror'' has a male example, where quite a few men seem to go off to battle just wearing a fancy jeweled codpiece, boots, and chest plates.
* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'' is an entire show based around super-powered women that fight in short skirts and high-heeled shoes/boots. Somewhat mitigated in that the suits are clearly a LeotardOfPower, and they're actually practical for the agility and magic-based approach they use. Running in heels is still pretty much impossible. Interestingly Naoko Takeuchi is a female mangaka who actually fought her male editor to keep the skirts as short as she could.
* While the Silver and Bronze Cloths of ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' can hardly be said to cover a body properly, the few female Cloths have {{Chainmail Bikini}}s, cover even ''less'' for added {{Fanservice}}.
* In a male example, Marco's clothes in his final battle against Luchist, in ''Manga/ShamanKing'', are an [[ShirtlessScene opened vest]], boots, and a really low-waisted, really short shorts. Hiroyuki Takei clearly wanted to attract the female public with this, and the republication only made it clearer.
* ''Anime/ShinkonGattaiGodannar'' has ''lots'' of this, coupled with copious {{Gainaxing}}. At some points, it almost seems that ''Godannar'' is {{Fanservice}} with incidental mecha rather than a mecha series with lots of fanservice.
* Several of the Character Transformations from ''Manga/ShugoChara'' fall into this category. They involve revealing miniskirts and shorts.
* Pretty much the entire point of Naga's outfit from ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' - what she can't obtain with a spell, she gets through sheer sex appeal. Martina wears a similar-looking outfit, albeit with a different color scheme and added hose.
* ''Manga/SpaceAdventureCobra'' has every (attractive) female wearing an outfit ranging from skimpy to pretty much non-existent. An all-female guerilla organization operating on an arctic planet would be the exception with wearing a protective suit (helmet and all) being regulation everywhere but in the training room except most of the suit in question might as well have been painted on.
* ''Manga/SumomoMoMomoMo'''s Sanae/Uma Kamen wears such an outfit. It even gets more powerful the less she wears. It actually gets powered by her embarrassment.
* Morgan from ''VisualNovel/TearsToTiara''. Her outfit consists a tube top, a jacket and a loincloth. ''Somewhat'' justified in that she's from a feudal-based "barbarian" tribe, but all the other women in her tribe wear much more concealing dresses and robes.
* ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'' gives us Yoko Littner. Flame pattern bikini, shorts, thigh-high stockings, ScarfOfAssKicking, and nothing else. At all times. Except for the beach episode, when she opted for a swimsuit... which was actually more covering than her regular clothes. Several (read: [[AllMenArePerverts most]]) male characters expressed their disappointment.
** Granted, they are in a desert for the first half of the series, and Yoko tries justifying such by saying that clothing restricts her movement in combat (despite wearing thigh-high stocking).
* In ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'', Blue Rose's superiors designed her costume less for functionality and more for including as many fanservice tropes as possible. The impracticality of such a costume is touched upon -- When her boss chews her out for failing to catch a criminal, she helpfully points out that he pointed a ''machine gun'' at her and, unlike the other superheroes', her suit isn't exactly bulletproof.
* No, the skin-colored things along the sides of Gaap's (from ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'') dress are not fabric. It's a [[MagicSkirt miracle]] she can even move without having a WardrobeMalfunction.
* Most of the female space pirates in ''Anime/{{Vandread}}'' wear [[LatexSpaceSuit really tight uniforms]], some of them being extremely revealing.
* ''Manga/WorldsEndHarem'' deals with billions of men dying, leaving women to stand for themselves to recreate a society that has collapsed as a result, 4 years into a women society apparently prompted them to wear extremely fetishistic clothing, women considered to be of civilized upbringing and still sane to boot, poor women who couldn’t cope with men dying turned insane and were dropped in ghettos, to be left wearing rags.
* ''Franchise/YuGiOh'' avoids this for the most part with human characters (Mai and Aki had outfits with some short skirts and cleavage, and there were a few female Duel Academy students wearing bikinis - while at the beach - and that's pretty much all) but there are a few female monsters that fit, like Mai's Harpie Ladies (who wear suspender-strap bikinis), Asuka's Cyber Angel Idaten (with a brief bikini) and Judai's Burst Lady/Burstinatrix (who's skimpy outfit is... hard to describe). The dub tends to cover them and reduce cup size.

* Husband-wife team Creator/BorisVallejo and Julie Bell are well known for their paintings of scantily-clad female characters in fantasy settings. Some well-known examples of Vallejo's work are movie posters for ''Barbarian Queen'' and ''Film/{{Barbarella}}'', while Bell designed the Temptation Riders sculpture series for the Franklin Mint and painted the art for Music/MeatLoaf's album ''Bat Out of Hell III: The Monster is Loose''. They also release a calendar of such work annually. (On an unrelated note, Vallejo also did the art for the poster for ''Film/NationalLampoonsEuropeanVacation''.) (They both do quite a bit of scantily-clad male figures, too, although that still counts towards the Trope, technically.)
* Creator/FrankFrazetta was a similar artist; both the male and female figures in his works were scantily clad, and almost always muscular. His well known works include art portraying the characters associated with Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian, Literature/JohnCarterOfMars, WesternAnimation/FireAndIce, and interestingly enough, ''Magazine/{{MAD}}'' magazine.

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* Let's face it; if we had to list ''all'' the female superheroes and villains to whom this trope applied, we'd be here for most of the year. It's probably easier to list aversions and particularly notable examples. Heck, it overlaps into the dudes! ComicBook/TheCreeper fights crime in just a speedo and a red boa!

* ComicBook/EmmaFrost is particularly notorious for this sort of outfit. As the White Queen, it was required attire for female members of the Hellfire Club, but she actually seemed to enjoy it, as it symbolized the power she could exert over men, using it for psychological warfare. (Not to mention that she admittedly [[AttentionWhore does it for attention.]] Even after her HeelFaceTurn, she has worn outfits that have shown a lot of skin.
* The Invisible Woman of ''Comicbook/FantasticFour'' fame is notable for being one of the relatively few comic book super-women who manages to avoid this trope, wearing for the most-part the same largely practical blue jumpsuit also worn by the male members of the team; however, Tom Defalco's run on the strip during UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks was notable for reverting to trope and putting Sue in another, more revealing outfit. [[UnfortunateImplications Which, by the way, she still wore while she was in mourning after her husband Reed Richards']] [[DeathIsCheap Comic Book Death]]. TheNineties were a very, very, very FacePalm-y time for comics.
* There is one example of a (parody) female superhero from [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel's]] setup that doesn't go for the skimpy outfits while on the job, despite her day job being a supermodel: Ashley Crawford of the Comicbook/GreatLakesAvengers. Then again, as a hero she's the [[SuperStrength super-strong]], [[NighInvulnerability super-tough]], super-''fat'' Big Bertha. Seeing her in the skimpier Emma Frost uniform is likely [[FanDisservice not what the average comic fan is looking for]]. Of the remaining girls on the team, Comicbook/SquirrelGirl has a more modest costume setup (she's still a minor), while Tippy-Toe wears just a ribbon. And is a true squirrel, so it doesn't count.
* Whiplash/Blacklash from ''Comicbook/IronMan''. His Blacklash costume frankly makes him look like a ''prostitute'', being an entirely leather ensemble featuring lots of studs and a gimp mask! In all probability, the character himself didn't realize what that look implied, but his successors, a husband and wife who took on both the Whiplash and Blacklash identities, revelled in it.
* Carol Danvers of Comicbook/MsMarvel fame used to be one of the poster girls for this until she went all Captain Marvel and started wearing an all body covering suit.
* The female Comicbook/{{Runaways}} are mostly an inversion, since they fight in civilian clothing and are supposed to be underage.
* Comicbook/SheHulk sometimes plays with this in her comics, especially the series where she spends more time on the FourthWall. In one memorable scene Venom randomly breaks in to the courtroom (she's a lawyer) and webs her up, and in ripping the webbing, she rips her suit. Someone notes the readers have just gotten more interested, wondering if it's a popular villain or the [[ClothingDamage ripped clothing]] that excited them.
* A rare male example is the Comicbook/SubMariner, a superhero whose most common "uniform" consists of basically a speedo and wristbands.
* Lampshaded when Firestar joined Comicbook/TheAvengers. [[http://static.comicvine.com/uploads/original/1/11352/1198583-4_20_2010_6_45_44_pm.jpg She was utterly mortified]] upon seeing the [[ImpossiblyLowNeckline revealing new costume]] Comicbook/TheWasp designed for her, and stated that she could barely fit into it.
* The Comicbook/UltimateMarvel version of the Comicbook/IncredibleHulk, who is gray, not green, was originally depicted as wearing nothing at all! No ripped purple pants for that guy.
* Considering that she's gone through well over a ''hundred'' costumes since she was created, [[Comicbook/TheWasp Wasp]] has surprisingly few of these, sticking mostly to bodysuits that cover most of her from the neck down. The low-neckline ones or sleeveless ones are actually ''notable''.
* While most of the female ComicBook/XMen fall victim here (even Comicbook/JeanGrey [[BareYourMidriff bares her midriff]] in the ''VideoGame/XMenLegends'' games), Comicbook/{{Rogue}} averts this out of necessity. Which somehow doesn't stop her from dressing like [[Series/TheDukesOfHazzard Daisy Duke]] when she's out of uniform. The younger X-Woman Dust is a full-time inversion, being a devout Muslim.
* Comicbook/{{X 23}} wears many different revealing outfits, including a fanservice-y school uniform.

* Any heroine or villainess featured in any of the ''Toys/AmeComiGirls'' books. Special shout-out to ComicBook/{{Steel}}, who somehow manages to have a Stripperiffic ''[[PoweredArmor suit of high-tech battle armor]]''.
* Mostly averted in the case of the [[Franchise/{{Batman}} Batfamily]]:
** [[PluckyGirl Stephanie Brown/Spoiler]]. The first iteration of her costume (relatively loose-fitting catsuit, cloak, hood, gloves, and full face mask) had nothing exposed ''anywhere'', not even her ''hair''. Later on she loosened up to the extent of allowing her ponytail and the lower half of her face to be seen. This is more notable in that she ''was'' a teenaged girl, and one who spent considerable time in her early appearances trying to catch the attention of a teenaged ''boy''. Apparently she felt that showing skin was for amateurs, and since she did eventually catch him, one can admit she had a point.
** [[ComicBook/{{Batgirl 2000}} Cassandra Cain/Batgirl II]]. Her costume is more scary than sexy: head-to-toe black leather, a stitched up mouth opening, and black-tinted eyelenses (this combined with the black suit gives the appearance that she doesn't have ''eyes''). In essence, Batgirl's costume looks more like something you'd expect a male villain to wear.
** Barbara Gordon. As the [[ActionGirl original Batgirl]], she wore a sensible costume that covered everything except for the lower part of her face; the [[CombatStilettos high heels]] weren't present in every version of her costume. As [[GeniusCripple Oracle]], she sits behind her computers in a wheelchair and dresses in comfortable, often casual clothes.
** Male example: the original Comicbook/{{Robin}} costume, with its green panties/short shorts, was for a long time the most stripperiffic costume of the Batman family.
** ComicBook/{{Huntress}}' costumes either offer good protection and cover her from the neck down, or have been designed by Jim Lee. Especially jarring since Huntress is a BadassNormal and very much the CombatPragmatist you can expect a Batfamily member to be, and showing her midriff when she once took four bullets in the stomach seems like a very, very bad idea.
-->'''Black Canary:''' By the way, what's with the new outfit?\\
'''Huntress''': Seven-hundred sit-ups a day.\\
'''Black Canary''': Say no more.
** The pre-Crisis Huntress -- the Earth-2 Batman's daughter -- wore a much better example of this trope, particularly for its time. Essentially a one-piece bathing suit with a low neck, [[DependingOnTheArtist sometimes]] with thigh-high boots, long before [[ZettaiRyouiki such things]] were anywhere near as common as they are now.
** Played with in her live action incarnation on ''Series/{{Arrow}}''. When she needs to go undercover at an actual strip club she dresses in a version of her comic book costume. Her target takes a look and immediately believes she works there.
** ''Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}'' wears a SpyCatsuit. The amount of skin showing is very, very little. However, that [[DependingOnTheArtist Depends On The Artist]]. She's often shown with a good amount of cleavage exposed, despite the otherwise practical nature of her costume. Especially noticeable in ''[[VideoGame/BatmanArkhamCity Arkham City]]'' and ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse''.
** Kate Kane as Comicbook/{{Batwoman}} goes on the list too, with a full-body suit that leaves just the lower half of her face uncovered. It ''looks'' like her hair is exposed, but that's actually part of the costume - it's a wig that pulls away with minimal effort, perfect for throwing off a villain who tries to grab it.
* ComicBook/HarleyQuinn of ''Franchise/{{Batman}}'' is an inversion of this as her costume covers her body to the point that her pigtails, hands, and feet are covered. In the Comicbook/{{New 52}} however, her [[http://images.wikia.com/marvel_dc/images/f/f5/Harley_Quinn_0037.jpg original costume]] involved a pair of [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]], stockings, a small cape, and a [[OfCorsetsSexy corset]]. She eventually switched to [[http://insidepulse.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/DC-Comics-New-52-December-2013-Solicitations-Harley-Quinn-1.jpg another one]] that was somewhat more modest, but still more risqué than her old one with short shorts and a [[BareYourMidriff midriff-bearing top]] with some cleavage exposed. As Harley herself put it:
-->"Nothing says l'chaim like a girl dressed in a stripper clown outfit wielding [[DropTheHammer a hundred-pound mallet.]]"
* One of the running complaints about [[Characters/GLStarSapphireCorps the Star Sapphire Corps]]. Their origins lie in a [[AmazonBrigade race of warrior women]] and their place on the emotional spectrum is "love". Their costumes involve bare midriffs and nothing to cover their chest.
* One of the few genuinely Stripperiffic male outfits in comics is the costume Cosmic Boy wore in the ''ComicBook/{{Legion of Super-Heroes}}'' back in the '70s. His costume was actually held on by his magnetic powers. There are reasons that period of the comic is referred to as the [[FanNickname Naked Legion]]. The costume was basically a black leather corset with matching gloves, shorts, and boots.
* Comicbook/PowerGirl's infamous CleavageWindow was actually deconstructed (or {{Hand Wave}}d) once; she wanted to put a symbol there, like Superman, but could never figure out what to add. In the Comicbook/{{New 52}}, she [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rsz_powergirlnew52_6447.jpg now wears a more modest outfit]] and no longer has a CleavageWindow. Critics and fans have begun to remark that the creators are obviously not happy with this, and thus subject PG to gratuitous amounts of ClothingDamage in order to compensate. She eventually returned to a variant of her old costume.
* Taken to its natural conclusion in ''Comicbook/SecretSix'', which has an actual strip club where the dancers dress up as scantily-clad versions of DC superheroes and supervillains. In what may be a subtle lampshading of the trope, several of them aren't actually that different to the costumes they were originally based on.
* ''Comicbook/TeenTitans''
** Ravager is an inversion; she dresses in revealing clothes as Rose Wilson, but her Ravager costume is neck-to-ankles chainmail.
** ComicBook/{{Starfire}}, on the other hand, plays this completely straight as the resident [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Gold-Skinned Space Babe]]. Most versions of her costume are swimsuits with boots. Starfire's already-revealing costume goes UpToEleven in ''ComicBook/RedHoodAndTheOutlaws''. She now effectively has only a pair of pasties covering her nipples, and the bikini she wears late in the first issue actually manages to be ''more'' modest than her default costume. WordOfGod also said that they intended for the bikini scene to have her swimsuit be semi-transparent until DC issued an ExecutiveVeto on it. [[spoiler: The re-appearance of Blackfire also has her [[http://www.comicvine.com/blackfire/29-12502/all-images/108-206565/komand_r/105-2478245/ wearing less clothes]] compare to her pre-52 days]]. Funny enough, [[spoiler: Starfire was wearing a [[http://www.comicvine.com/blackfire/29-12502/all-images/108-206565/2456769-rhato_13/105-2456770/ bodysuit that cover her entire body]] sans her face when they face off]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}''
** An odd LampshadeHanging occurs in the graphic novel, in which a character uses it as a warped justification for AttemptedRape. It's also noticeable that the costume was only very Stripperiffic by 1940 standards.
** And Dr. Manhattan, whose progressively-diminished costume provides a Stripperiffic clue as to how far back in his personal timeline each of his flashback appearances lies. The fact that he's first seen buck-naked, and is only later seen in skin-tight bodysuits or Speedos, may be a bit of a joke on this trope. The clothes are also used to show how disconnected from humanity he became over the years. He goes from full body suit, to what looks like a one-piece, then a speedo, then nothing at all. Each change in clothing represents a loss in his sense of humanity, with nudity showing [[BlueAndOrangeMorality his disconnect with traditional human values,]] such as modesty.
* Considering her stature (in both the comic book and real worlds), it can be a little jarring to ''really look'' at Franchise/WonderWoman and realize that her costume uses less actual cloth than practically every other superheroine's out there. There was a period in the 90's where the bottom of her suit basically became a thong, which was followed by a mercifully short-lived stint where she wore a new costume [[http://comicsalliance.com/files/2010/06/wwcostume03.jpg that was even skimpier]].
* Parodied, as with all things, in ''Comicbook/YoungJustice'' on a few occasions. First was when Arrowette lamented that she'd have to become a super-villain and would have to start showing off her cleavage... then whining that she'd [[ACupAngst have to get cleavage]] (In a much later issue showcasing an alternate universe, semi-evil YJ, she is, indeed, wearing a cleavage-revealing outfit). Note that her costume was already kinda stripperiffic to begin with, combining BareYourMidriff and ZettaiRyouiki. Which itself was parodied when she complained about ANOTHER archer in a similar outfit, wondering how that other archer was supposed to be taken seriously in such a get-up. She realized the hypocrisy and grumbled.
* Comicbook/{{Zatanna}}'s and ComicBook/BlackCanary's costumes both consist of fishnets and something with all the covering of a swimsuit (generally with a jacket on top). Zatanna is, admittedly, a SquishyWizard (with more [[MostCommonSuperpower squish]] than average) so it doesn't much matter what she puts on, but Black Canary is a martial artist. Justified in Zatanna's case because she is a StageMagician [[MAgiciansAreWizards who can do real magic,]] and as such her outfit wouldn't be out of place onstage. The New 52 ''Black Canary'' gives a similar explanation: Dinah Lance is the lead singer of a famous rock band in the new continuity, so her Black Canary costume is designed to look like something that could be worn onstage.
* Nobody, male or female, wears much in the way of clothing in ''Comicbook/TheWarlord''. Somewhat justified given the tropical climate of most of Skartaris but, even so, you'd think the warriors would go for something a little more protective.

* In the short-lived Beatrix comic, the eponymous heroine is given an armless, strapless, backless super suit in order to make her invulnerable -- even to things like fatigue, hunger, strong flavors, and more than small amounts of friction. Of course, the trope is mooted a bit in that the suit cannot be removed, since if that were possible, it would defeat the purpose of being invulnerable.
* Edaniel of ''Manga/{{Bizenghast}}'' often wears some very low waist-ed pants.
* Several of the [[StrawFeminist Daughters of the Amazon]] are similarly underdressed, but between the [[GoodScarsEvilScars ritual mastectomies]] and [[DoesNotLikeMen overall attitude]] the effect is rather more [[FanDisservice feral/psychotic]].
* ''Comicbook/{{Empowered}}'' has no shame about this. It is not the eponymous [[FauxActionGirl D-List Superheroine's]] fault that she ''has'' to wear [[ClothesMakeTheSuperman the costume]] voted the most "[[{{Crunchtastic}} Skanktastic"/"Do-Me-Riffic]]" of all the Superhomies' in a (fictional) webpoll, but neither [[AlphaBitch Sistah Spooky]] nor Ninjette have such an excuse.
* Despite constantly fighting superpowerful and psychotic undead monsters BadassNormal (and {{goth}}-styled) Cassie Hack of ''[[Comicbook/HackSlash Hack/Slash]]'' only ever seems to wear tank tops, {{Badass Longcoat}}s, miniskirts, stockings and occasionally other things, like really long leather gloves and boots. Lampshaded at one point in a one-shot set in a Comic Con where a character thinks she's wearing some kind of costume.
* Being a sort of softcore-DarkFantasy / ScienceFiction blend, the stories in ''Heavy Metal'' magazine (and [[WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal the film based on it]]) generally tend to employ liberal use of this trope.
* Brazilian {{Animesque}} comic ''ComicBook/HolyAvenger'' is full of these. The most striking example is Niele, that wears a clothing composed of... leather strips.
* Wu Wang, the wife of Deathfist in ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'', wears what looks like a swimsuit with no back or sides, and a ''very'' low neckline. At one point, PJ Maybe had a girlfriend with similar fashion sense. The trope is partly averted by the Judges themselves. Female Judges were exactly the same uniform as the men, however since the uniform is basically a skin tight body suit and most female Judges seem to have a problem getting their zipper to fasten up to the neck, just how averted is open to question.
* ComicBook/LadyDeath: When most of your outfits are a bra, garter belt, thong and thigh-high spike-heeled boots, what do you expect? To be fair, it was justified in the original backstory that the costume was intended for one of {{Satan}}'s concubines.
* Darth Talon from ''[[Comicbook/{{Legacy}} Star Wars: Legacy]]'' wears little more than a few strategically-placed strips of leather. Not unexpected, considering that most females of her race seem to be dancers or slave girls.
* Comicbook/PhantomLady as drawn by Matt Baker in the late 1940s wore an outfit that barely covered her assets and [[TheissTitillationTheory looked like it would come off in a strong wind]]. One famous cover was featured in "Seduction of the Innocent" (the even more famous book by Fredric Wertham condemning comic books) as an example of "headlights".
* Lampooned in ''ComicBook/{{Princeless}}''. When shown several suits of skimpy female armor (two of which resemble those of Comicbook/RedSonja and Franchise/WonderWoman), Princess Adrienne quickly points out how impractical they would be in a real a battle, especially when you consider how little protection they actually offer.
* Comicbook/RedSonja, the She-Devil with a Sword, whose standard outfit is little more than a [[ChainmailBikini scale mail bikini]].
* ''ComicBook/RequiemVampireKnight'': [[{{Fanservice}} Pretty much all the women dress provocatively]], but Mother Venus is the only one who gets called out on it by one of her minions, as she's also a {{gendercid|e}}al StrawFeminist. She argues that she dresses like a prostitute to punish men.
* Most of the female characters in ''ComicBook/SinCity''... including the stripper. (Most females in positions of power in the city ''are'' prostitutes or leaders of groups of them, so it fits.)
* In ''ComicBook/TankVixens'' stripper outfits are literally required for the 101st Tank Crushing Battalion, given that their main battle strategy is to give male opponents aneurysms.
* Tarot's '[[ChainmailBikini armour]]' in ''Comicbook/TarotWitchOfTheBlackRose'' is ''extremely'' stripperiffic (her usual outfit is made of floss and hope!), as are most of the clothes that the other women wear in that book. When they're actually wearing clothes, that is.
* Entirely averted in ''ComicBook/{{The 99}}'', a comic book for Muslim audiences. The heroes channel power from the 99 Names of Allah; their female contingent are likewise practicing Muslims, and would ''rather'' be caught dead than in a Stripperiffic outfit. Covering is full-body and often includes anything from a head scarf to a full-face veil.
* Julie Winters, the main female character in ''Comicbook/TheMaxx'' wears buttock-baring denim cutoffs to her job as a social worker. She's trying to make a statement that women should be able to wear skimpy outfits without it being assumed they're pursuing sex (that is, a stand against the "You wouldn't have dressed like that unless you wanted it" defense).
* Another male superhero example is Golden Age character the Green Turtle, revived in ''ComicBook/TheShadowHero''. His costume consists solely of a cowl, cape, underpants and boots.
* Yet another male example is Creator/FrankMiller's ''Comicbook/ThreeHundred''. In the comic, the Spartan warriors are as often as not buck naked, except for helmet, greaves, shield, and long red cape. This does highlight, however, how Stripperiffic outfits are actually OlderThanFeudalism: Miller is imitating the "heroic nude" of classical Greek art, where warriors, heroes, and gods are commonly shown parading around (and even fighting) [[FullFrontalAssault largely naked]]. The film version gives all of the Spartans little leather panties, which only amplifies the Stripperiffic and [[HoYay homoerotic]] nature of the costume.
* Cobweb from ''ComicBook/TomorrowStories'' wears a see-through costume and [[VaporWear no underwear]].
* Channon Yarrow often wore very Stripperiffic outfits throughout ''Comicbook/{{Transmetropolitan}}'''s run, both in casual and professional situations. Then again, she was ''introduced'' as a stripper working her way through journalism school.
* ComicBook/{{Vampirella}}. Exactly how she keeps her top from falling off is a mystery.
* Most wielders of the Comicbook/{{Witchblade}} are quite stripperiffic, at least until they gain enough experience to control it. Justified in that the eponymous witchblade is sentient, male, and [[AllMenArePerverts a perv]], so it [[ClothingDamage shreds its hosts' clothing]] when it activates; when the wielder is skilled enough, they can override this tendency. Averted in the SpinOff, ''Comicbook/Switch2015'', because the wielder of the Witchblade is a teenage girl in that continuity.
* Unlike most of the women in ''Comicbook/YTheLastMan'', the supermodel Yorrick meets is wearing a halter top, not really practical for her new job: disposing of bodies left by the {{Gendercide}}. Much later, she wears the same thing while walking though a ''sewer''.
* ComicBook/LadyRawhide from Topps ''Franchise/{{Zorro}}'' comic series. Especially blatant as the series takes place in Colonial Spanish California. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d as various characters wonder how she can leap about in that outfit without anything showing.

[[folder:Comic Strips]]
* ComicStrip/ModestyBlaise was very fond of remaining only in her BlackBraAndPanties for fights.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* Applies to just about every Mary Sue depicted in fan art. Regardless of occupation, circumstances, whether or not she's part of an organization that requires a uniform or whether or not such attire even exists in a particular fandom, Mary Sue will be wearing something stripperiffic--and usually Hot Topic {{Goth}}--due to AuthorAppeal.
* Male example: In ''FanFic/SuzumiyaHaruhiNoSeitenkan'', Haruki and Mitsuru both wear [[ChippendalesDancers Chippendale dancer outfits]] while passing out flyers advertising the SOS Brigade.
* In ''Fanfic/TokyoMewMewNoHopeLeft'', the main character walks around dressed like a hooker. Nobody seems to notice.
* Parodied in ''FanFic/BeTheSeaDwellerLowblood'' with a male example: The Fabulous [[http://i.imgur.com/d2Qqi.png Sharpeye Sharklaw]].
* ''Fanfic/LastChildOfKrypton'': [[spoiler:Asuka's]] outfit after becoming the next ''Franchise/WonderWoman''. It is her old red, skintight LatexSpaceSuit with its sleeves and leggings ripped.
* In the CrackFic ''Princess And The Frog 2: Air Quality Alert'', in order to attract customers, Tiana goes to her restaurant in a costume that results in the narration invoking a ShoutOut to this very website (and thus provide the page quote).
* ''Fanfic/SOE2LoneHeirOfKrypton'':Both of Asuka's superhero outfits are very tight and very revealing. PlayedForLaughs in an {{omake}} where she has a CatapultNightmare concerning wearing a Supergirl outfit that can only be described as a very tiny bikini (ItMakesSenseInContext).
* Despite its setting, most {{OriginalCharacter}}s in ''Roleplay/DCNation'' opt for sensible over stripper. Amelia Zukov is a {{justified|Trope}} exception - she's a descendant of the succubus [[ComicBook/{{Hellblazer}} Chantelle]]. Another, heavily {{lampshade|Hanging}}d, exception is Star Sapphire Terry Berg (a gay man), who has given the Sapphires the nickname "Clothing Optional Corps."
* FanFic/AGrowingAffection: The Kouin sisters wear a strip of armored gauze, wrapped around their bust just enough times that it cannot be seen through (barely), then once down their stomach, and then again around their hips just enough times to be legal.
* In ''Fanfic/FriendshipIsMagicalGirls'', several of the mahoushoujo's outfits could count as this, but Applejack's is probably the most blatant, being just a bikini with a pair of shorts and an open jacket over it. But even that's decent compared to [[ArcVillain Sunset Shimmer's]] outfit, which is just a short skirt and a cape that happens to clasp across the top of her breasts.
* Defied and played straight in ''Fanfic/{{Overlady}}'', in which Louise absolutely refuses to wear skimpy, impractical armor. Henrietta, on the other hand, fully embraces it like a fish to water.
* The ''Manga/SailorMoon'' example above is endlessly {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in fanfics. One even had Sailor Venus' complain that ''BDSM dominatrixes were copying her outfit''.
* In DesperatelySeekingRanma, Aiko's group of {{MagicalGirl}}s never have a detailed description of the uniforms. The descriptions are more along the line "remarkably immodest outfit that a professional stripper might be embarrassed to be seen in public wearing".

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* The Disney princesses.
** ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'': Jasmine's outfit is probably drawn from Turkish belly-dance costume. It's improbable that a princess would ever wear this, but then, she is mostly seen confined within the palace- and it's normal for Muslim women not to wear hijab in their own homes. When she goes out in public, she covers up appropriately. (Also, in the spin-off series, she usually dresses far more modestly if she and Aladdin are going somewhere where they expect a fight.)
** Kida from ''Disney/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' is another example. She wears what amounts to a bra and sarong for the whole movie. Except in the ending, where she starts wearing a long, flowing dress instead.
** Disney/{{Pocahontas}} to an extent though it is pretty warm where she is in 17th century Virginia. In the sequel, however, she wore a long dress.
** Averted with both Disney/{{Mulan}} and [[Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog Tiana]] (the only non-Caucasian heroines that do not wear revealing outfits), as well as a majority of the Caucasian heroines, however.
* Speaking of Disney, Jane wore a stripperiffic outfit in the ending scene in the Disney/{{Tarzan}} movie. As does Tarzan himself throughout the entire film (except for one scene on Clayton's ship.)
* ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal'''s Taarna, pictured above. Can't get a lot more Stripperiffic than that (although they tried in ''WesternAnimation/HeavyMetal2000'' -- [[LetUsNeverSpeakOfThisAgain but the less we mention that, the better...]]).
* In the climax of ''WesternAnimation/RockAndRule'', Angel is chained up and made to summon an evil demon with her singing. She wears a dress which is basically a long strip of material with a halter neck and no back, gathered at the waist with a belt, which leaves large sections of her body uncovered. And it gets visibly torn up during the finale.
* There do seem to be a few... subtle differences in what's enhanced in Edna Mode's work on ''WesternAnimation/TheIncredibles''... Of course, Edna ''is'' a fashion designer.
* In ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'' Chel doesn't wear much, though it's downplayed.
* The outfit worn by Elinore from ''WesternAnimation/{{Wizards}}'' could not cover up any less than it does.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Alicia Silverstone as "Batgirl" in ''Film/BatmanAndRobin''. The male costumes were somehow ''more'' gratuitous.
* ''Film/BatmanReturns'' was also full of this. Catwoman covers herself up (though her suit is quite form-fitting), but a few of the {{Dark Chick}}s in the Penguin's Red Triangle Gang are running around in skimpy attire - in one case, one of them baring her legs - in a northeastern American city. ''[[ExposedToTheElements In the middle of December]].'' (Worse, the henchmen spend most of their time in an Arctic wildlife exhibit at the Gotham Zoo, which has an air-conditioning unit running to make the atmosphere even ''colder''.) The Ice Princess, meanwhile, at least wears fishnet pantyhose that give her good lower coverage, but her fur-lined top still leaves a lot of skin exposed to the wintry Gotham City air.
* A more subtle example in ''Film/BeyondReAnimator'' are the outfits Laura Olney and Nurse Vanessa wear. While they would be only moderately sexy in normal circumstances, both characters wear the outfits while visiting/working at a ''high-security mens' prison.'' Generally, women are not allowed into a prison if they are wearing an outfit that is even slightly provocative, because it is feared that it might give the inmates increased motivation to assault them.
* Oh good God, Halle Berry's costume in ''Film/{{Catwoman}}''. It wouldn't be so bad if the film didn't also have a female empowerment Aesop.
* The female ninjas in the movie ''Lady Ninja: Reflections in Darkness'' dress in highly abbreviated ninja outfits (when they're wearing anything at all).
* Lampshaded at the Halloween party in ''Film/MeanGirls'', where Cady comments on how in Girl World, Halloween is the one night of the year a girl can dress like a total slut and no one can say anything. Gretchen wears a cat costume made of skintight leather, Karen wears a skimpy, cleavage-revealing teddy (only the ears give it away as a costume - "I'm a mouse. Duh."), while Regina wears a "rabbit" costume that's nothing more than a PlayboyBunny suit. Cady, not knowing this and thinking that Halloween costumes are meant to be scary, wears pale makeup, novelty rubber teeth, and a BloodSplatteredWeddingDress ("an ex-wife").
* ''Franchise/StarWars'':
** Female Twi'leks are almost all slender and attractive... and given to wearing next to nothing when out in the galaxy even though they're from a world that's hotter than Tatooine. Even the ones who ''aren't'' [[GoGoEnslavement slave girls]].
** The most iconic Stripperiffic outfit from the franchise is the [[GoGoEnslavement slave girl bikini]] Jabba dresses Leia into in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''.
** Noted ExpandedUniverse aversions: [[VideoGame/KnightsOftheOldRepublic Mission Vao]] and [[VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic Vette]]. Even their underwear is pretty modest.
* Played with in the sense of all the heroines' costumes in ''Film/SuckerPunch'' once the dream sequences start, Not to an over the top semi naked extent but not too covered. Justified for the skimpy costumes in the brothel world because...well it's a brothel. Whenever the girls aren't performing, their clothes are quite modest.
* Jane's jungle outfit in the second Weismuller ''Film/{{Tarzan}}'' film (''Man and His Mate'') is unlike any that came later, split to the hip, and sometimes absent.
* Almost everybody in ''[[Film/ThreeHundred 300]]'', male or female. Same could be said for the cast of ''Film/TheScorpionKing''.
* Actually averted by most ''Film/JamesBond'' movies. Unless ItMakesSenseInContext for the [[GirlOfTheWeek Bond Girl]] to be thrust into action in her evening dress or bikini, most of them dress sensibly when appropriate.
* Angel (who was originally a stripper) and of course Emma Frost in ''Film/XMenFirstClass''. Mystique as well on a couple of occasions, not to mention all the lingerie girls (including Moira).

* Domi in Creator/JamesAxler's ''Outlanders'' series. Her outfit is continually described as "A pair of red high heels, and nothing else." Brigid Baptiste's clothing on the covers falls under this, as well.
* Any [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars Barsoomian (Martian)]] or [[Literature/{{Amtor}} Amtorian (Venusian)]] in Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs' PlanetaryRomance novels, male or female, will wear a belt and weapons harness (male), jewelry (female) and that's pretty much it. Even when they're going into battle.
* In the ''Literature/WearingTheCape'' books, superhero costumes are flamboyant but practical...in the field. It has been mentioned that many young and fashionable superheroes have much less practical club versions of their costumes for partying, and superhero-cosplayers dress much more stripperiffically.
* Outright mocked by Literature/BabylonSteel, the FirstPersonSmartass protagonist of the books of same name. For reference, Babylon is the madam of a high-class brothel and a sometime sellsword.
--> "Exposed flesh is strictly for non-lethal situations. I have worn [[ChainmailBikini chainmail underwear and nothing else but boots]], but only in the bedroom. What can I say? Some people have funny ideas about armor."
* ''Literature/TheRedVixenAdventures'': The Red Vixen ''loves'' this trope, usually wearing not much more than a bikini and a gunbelt while conducting business.
* Averted in the fantasy anthology ''Women in Practical Armor''. The title speaks for itself.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Franchise/SuperSentai'' has several, [[SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains all of them villains.]]
* On ''{{Series/Community}}'''s CowboyEpisode [[Recap/CommunityS2E23AFistfulOfPaintballs "A Fistful of Paintballs"]] [[TookALevelInBadass Annie]] spends the game clad in an attire distinctly unsuitable for playing (a surprise game of) paintball. Lampshaded:
-->'''Abed''': Jeff wants to see you.
-->'''Annie''': Yeah? And I want pants. A lot of people want a lot of things.
* ''Series/PowerRangersLostGalaxy'''s Karone wears leather trousers and a leather corset-style top, with her midriff bared. In the same series Maya wears what equates to a yellow bikini-style top half and a short skirt.
* ''Series/DoctorWho'': Leela. Who turns up to support Tom Baker's Doctor dressed in one-and-a-half chamois leathers held together with a bootlace.
%% Please don't add Amy Pond - she actually IS a (U-rated equivalent of a) stripper, therefore her clothes are reasonable for her job.
* ''Series/CopRock'': the [[NaughtyNurseOutfit nurses]] in the musical number say the phrase BiggerIsBetter and wear Stripperiffic dresses.
* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'''s Seven of Nine. Handwaved as a "dermaplastic bodysuit" to cover and heal the injuries from her Borgification. Must have taken her skin a long time to heal, as she [[MsFanservice never stopped wearing it]], though she did occasionally get ones in different colors. It was noted by ''Voyager'' costume designers and makeup specialists that Seven's costume is as much a piece of engineering magic in reality as it was in ''Trek'' continuity, as the female form simply doesn't fill out clothing that way naturally.
** It also created some serious problems. Seven didn't raise her voice or speak more than required because Jeri Ryan couldn't breath properly in the suits. It also meant she was seriously restricted in her ability to do things like walking quickly.
* Seven Lite, T'Pol of ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'', wears tights even though ''all other Vulcan characters'' wear robes. Not to mention the blatant {{Fanservice}} "decontamination" scenes in tank tops.
* The women's uniforms in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek TOS]]'' were distinctly skimpy. This was {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''[[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration TNG]]'' season 1, where both male and female extras were seen in miniskirt uniforms.
** {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d, too, in Jadzia Dax's famous "And women wore less" comment in "Trials and Tribblations".
** In the commentary for the ''Series/StarTrekEnterprise'' episode "In A Mirror, Darkly" it's mentioned that they had to keep telling the actress playing a dead Original Series yeoman: "Yes, the skirt really IS supposed to be that short."
* In ''Series/MortalKombatConquest'', pretty much every evil female (and a few good or neutral ones) wears clothing so negligent that you wonder how they fight in it without falling out. (Of course, as stated below, this seems to be a dress code of sorts for female Edenian warriors.)
* The Franchise/CSIVerse has female characters investigating crime scenes in low-cut tops, high heels and tight trousers. All at the same time on some occasions. The CSI shows were also notorious for inventing the [[ChainmailBikini bullet-proof vest with cleavage.]]
* [[http://www.gateworld.net/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-17319 Anise/Freya]] on ''Series/StargateSG1''.
** Particularly JustForFun/{{egregious}} when you compare her outfit to [[http://www.gateworld.net/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-99479 the nondescript, functional clothes usually worn by male Tok'ra]], and to [[http://www.gateworld.net/gallery/displayimage.php?pos=-99424 those worn by female Tok'ra who aren't conventionally attractive]].
*** The obvious excuse is that Freya is from a culture with a rather ''forward'' attitude about sex. She makes it quite clear to Jack that she'd like to bed him just because he's attractive to her. (Anise, on the other hand, prefers Daniel.)
** Carter, obviously, consistently avoided this trope, dressing just like her male teammates.
** Averted by [[Series/StargateUniverse Lt. James]], despite her role as MsFanservice when off-duty. When going on missions, she wears as much combat gear as anyone else.
* [[http://board.ttvpodcast.com/uploads/db5640/original/3X/4/3/43d433bcd7de7432fc832fe8350e300603a7a7e1.jpg These]] are show-accurate action figures of ''Series/TheMysticKnightsOfTirNaNog''. Compare the armor of the male members to that of the one girl.
* ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' took this to the extreme. Prue works at an auction house and one episode has her at work wearing a see-through blouse. Phoebe and Paige in the sixth and seventh seasons. Phoebe is almost FetishRetardant in the sixth though. Several episodes had the sisters turned into various magical creatures that required a skimpy outfit such as Valkyries in the sixth season premiere. Phoebe was the worst offender getting turned into a genie, an Egyptian bellydancer, a mermaid (the episode in question featured another mermaid who was reasonably covered up while Phoebe was only barely covered) and one infamous example where Cole got a demon to impersonate Phoebe and give him a lapdance. Paige also got turned into a wood nymph.
* Mostly averted with ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. Buffy prefers to go into battle wearing long pants and a leather jacket. She does wear platform heels a lot though. Other Slayers (e.g. Kendra and Faith) wear more revealing outfits, but at least they're practical. And in Faith's case, the Stripperiffic factor was intentional. They actually used the phrase "stripperiffic" to describe Vampire Willow's outfit.
-->'''Willow:''' Don't worry, we're sure to spot Faith first. She's like this cleavagy slut-bomb walking around.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}''
** {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in the episode where Cordelia became a princess in another dimension. She says that when she was an actress in the original world, the director made her wear a bikini that was tiny, skimpy and exploitative. She then looks at her current attire, which wasn't any better.
** Justified with [[ClassyCatBurglar Gwen Raiden]] in "Ground State", who CantHaveSexEver because she electrocutes anyone she touches, so MaleGaze is the only sexual attention she can get. As her client points out however, a professional thief should avoid attention, not encourage it.
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'''s Abby Sciuto, PerkyGoth and resident HotScientist, wears shorter skirts than everyone else in the cast and ''really'' strange outfits. When Jenny Shepard takes over as director, she hands her a copy of the dress code. When a clearly very unhappy Abby then totters into work in a suit, Gibbs tears up the dress code in front of her -- because he's not having an unhappy Goth as his lab tech.
* A plot point in a season 1 episode of ''Series/PartyOfFive''. Julia works at a club and the owner decides to make the waitress's uniforms more revealing to attract more customers. The end result is black leather that's even more revealing than Xena's costume. The fun starts when Julia arrives home to find the social worker waiting for her.
* Ahh, Series/{{Xena|WarriorPrincess}}… It didn't protect the limbs, head, and neck, but oddly enough, [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/xena.jpg this]] is pretty much state of the art armor for her time [[AnachronismStew whenever that was]]. Sure it doesn't cover the aforementioned areas, but she does have gauntlets and high boots. And who goes WalkingTheEarth in a helmet? (This is not getting into Gabrielle; at least Xena's stripperiffic outfit was armoured.)
** There was even an episode based around how one guy reacted to Xena's leather outfit (and how upset it made his girlfriend). Xena considers switching to chainmail, but Gabrielle points out this would probably only attract a kinkier kind of guy. The girlfriend recaptures the guy's attention in the end with her own (much simpler) leather outfit.
** And what about Callisto? BareYourMidriff, indeed!
** Possibly justified beyond the fanservice. Xena was quite acrobatic; if she wore actual heavy body armor it would likely have restricted her ability to move. After all, Joxer did wear a lot of armor and he could barely fight.
*** On the other hand, they never pretended that the stuff was very good armor. In one of the early episodes she was shot with an arrow, punching right through the leather, and came close to death. It also failed to do anything against that giant log.
** ArmorIsUseless in this setting anyway. Most of the best fighters don't bother with it at all; Hercules and Iolaus over on ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys'' were generally showing more skin than Xena's outfit does. Iolaus in particular doesn't seem to own a shirt.
* ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'''s famous miniskirts may well have been a "symbol of Sixties liberation", but it's worth noting that spacewomen in 1950's TV sci-fi also had short skirts (e.g. Carol Carlisle in ''Space Patrol'', and Vena Ray in ''Rocky Jones: Space Ranger'').
** Putting the female characters in the most erotic clothing you can get away with is part of the RaygunGothic esthetic. The "Sixties liberation" part is how you had women depicted as being as smart and competent as their male colleagues.
* ''Series/SpartacusBloodAndSand'' cranks this UpToEleven with the gladiators. What they wear normally consists of loincloths with maybe knee pads while in the arena they all go in with their chests completely exposed. In a twist, the women on the show have fairly modest clothes apart from the slave girls who frequently have to walk around naked. A certain amount of TruthInTelevision on this. Gladiators were very much sex symbols in Rome (and in some periods, at least, wealthy women were known to pay substantial sums to bed them), and often wore stylized armor that was much more esthetic than practical when they wore armor at all. Most Roman women did wear fairly conservative clothing most of the time, as Rome was a pretty conservative place for most of its history. While the famous orgies occurred, these were definitely ''private'' parties. Blatant public displays were usually limited to slaves and similarly low-classes people in the arenas. (Rome had, at some points, some extremely NotSafeForWork public entertainments.)
* A number of costumes in ''Heroes Of Cosplay'' qualify as this.
* Many outfits on both ''Series/DancingWithTheStars'' and it sister show ''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance'', especially the women's costumes although there are many [[ShirtlessScene shirtless scenes]] from the men to compensate.
* ''Series/{{Supergirl|2015}}'' plays with this rather hypocritically. When trying on costumes in the first episode they bring her out in a crop-top and booty shorts which she rejects but the costume she settles on consists of a tight top, a DangerouslyShortSkirt and hooker boots. The latter two combine for a Grade B ZettaiRyouiki.
* On ''Series/{{Shadowhunters}}'', some of Isabelle's clothes are quite revealing, being skin tight and showing ample amounts of cleavage, legs, and abdomen. As Jace puts it, she's ''very'' comfortable in her body. Partway through season 1 however, pressure from her family to adopt a more responsible role as a diplomat and leader cause her to adopt a more conservative look.

* Meibo's thief outfit from ''Manhua/InfinityGame'': a BareYourMidriff shirt, a bare back, and detached sleeves.
-->'''Lu Xiao:''' "You're dressed like an exhibitionist."

[[folder:Music Videos]]
* Meiko the VOCALOID has a tiny skirt and top. Both seem to be leather. Megurine Luka and Gumi seem to be like this as well. Lily and Rin Kagamine also count-the latter's shorts are extremely short. And on the Engloid side of things, there's Sonika and Lola (depending on the artist). CUL, in her Vocaloid form, has very short shorts and a vest (but no shirt underneath).
** Taken UpToEleven with Gumi Extend, who has a halter top (complete with underboob) and a very short skirt.

[[folder:Myths & Religion]]
* The ''SatanicBible'' by Anton Szandor [=LaVey=] (founder of the [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Church_of_Satan Church of Satan]]) lays out the rules for clothes worn during a Satanic magical ritual. [=LaVey=] had some lingering 1960's sexism in his lines of thinking, regardless of his radical ideas. His writings often seem to give the impression that only men have a sex drive, and he reportedly expressed envy to a beautiful woman's ability to wrap men around her little finger:
-->''Black robes are worn by male participants. [...] Female participants wear garments which are sexually suggestive, or all black clothing for older women. [...] Sexually appealing clothing is worn by women for the purpose of [[MaleGaze stimulating the emotions of the male participants]], and thereby intensifying the outpouring of adrenal or bio-electrical energy which will insure a more powerful working.''

* The DamselInDistress in ''Pinball/{{Paragon}}'', who's wearing only a small blue bikini in a land full of {{Hybrid Monster}}s [[EverythingTryingToKillYou trying to kill everyone in sight]]. Similarly, the BarbarianHero rescuing her is wearing only a loincloth.
* Similarly, ''Pinball/{{Gorgar}}'' has the hero wearing only a loincloth, and a woman wearing a FurBikini. Mildly justified in that they're both in a volcanic lair.
* The backglass for ''Pinball/BlackRose'' shows Captain Rose entering battle wearing just a cape and a tight red corset.
* If Creator/SternElectronics' ''Pinball/StarGazer'' is to be believed, appropriate astrology wear includes a bikini top, long flowing rainbow robes, and one-legged harem pants.
* In ''Pinball/{{Seawitch}},'' the witches enter battle wearing nothing but very skimpy two-piece chainmail bikinis.

[[folder:Pro Wrestling]]
* This is one area where the men are more exposed than the women. About 80% of the male Wrestling/{{WWE}} roster only wrestle in trunks and boots. And about 98% wrestle shirtless, due to limits on how much skin women can show on television. This often veers into FanDisservice when the guys have packed on a few pounds (Wrestling/MattHardy, we're trying not to look at you).
* As applied to pro wrestling, this trope is OlderThanTheyThink. When it first became televised in TheFifties, there was definitely a DoubleStandard for the sexes in terms of how much skin could be shown. Female wrestlers wore the more traditional singlet, which bared their arms and legs but nothing else. Male wrestlers, however, could strut around in bikini briefs and hardly anyone would think that was improper. It was the ''extra'' clothing [[Wrestling/GeorgeWagner Gorgeous George]] wore that made him AmbiguouslyGay.
* Women in WWE are almost always there to be Stripperiffic given that most of the WWE divas are former models. Wrestling/{{Maryse}}, Wrestling/{{LayCool}}, Wrestling/GailKim and Wrestling/KellyKelly are the most exposed.
* Wrestling/TheBeautifulPeople in Wrestling/{{TNA}} are practically built on this trope. Although Wrestling/AngelinaLove always wore long pants, Wrestling/VelvetSky, Wrestling/MadisonRayne and Lacey Von Erich always wore as little as possible.
* WWE used to have a habit of booking the divas in special costume themed matches that would require them to wrestle in various stripperiffic costumes such as a "School Girl Battle Royal", "Lingerie Pillow Fight" as well as various swimsuit matches.
* WWE are pretty restricted on what they can do with these now that they've gone PG but that hasn't stopped them from trying, with facepalming results. A "Summer Breakout match" saw the divas wrestling in one-piece swimsuits. The Wrestling/BellaTwins, Wrestling/{{Maryse}} and Wrestling/GailKim were involved and were noticeably covered up a lot more than they would be in their usual ring gear.
* ''{{Wrestling/Wrestlicious}}'' had all of its cast given sexy characters with an appropriately sexy costume to match. Notably Stripperiffic costumes came in the form of [[http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20120303205634/wrestlicious/images/a/a4/Autumn-Frost_PROFILEjpg.jpg Autumn Frost]], [[http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Wrestling/2010/02/24/w2.jpg Cousin Cassie]], [[http://static.wixstatic.com/media/db8dc6_aae1d32a53aebbcc50b1b05cc5c681e2.jpg/v1/fill/w_360,h_480,al_c,q_90/db8dc6_aae1d32a53aebbcc50b1b05cc5c681e2.jpg Glory]] and [[http://www.diva-dirt.com/wp-content/gallery/felony/001.jpg Felony]].
* Of all wrestlers, no one is more well-known for this than Wrestling/ShawnMichaels. The man's entrance had him stripping to a song called "Sexy Boy" for nearly two decades. To say nothing of his ''Wrestling/WrestleMania XXV'' feud with Wrestling/TheUndertaker, where Shawn basically became a stripping KungFuJesus.
* ''Series/TotalDivas'' actually shows the behind the scenes side of this trope. Wrestling/SummerRae and Wrestling/EvaMarie are frequently at odds with Sandra the seamstress - trying to get their outfits as sexy as possible while still conforming to WWE's PG restraints. Likewise Wrestling/{{Cameron}} wants HotterAndSexier ring gear for Wrestling/TheFunkadactyls - but disaster strikes when she doesn't get Wrestling/{{Naomi}}'s measurements. Naomi then also subverts BuxomIsBetter as - while she is naturally well-endowed - she says she frequently has to worry about breasts and ass popping out if she goes too skimpy.
* Women's wrestling gear in general will often have some sex appeal to it. Because of this trope, a lot of custom gear makers refuse to make gear for women.

* From the ''BobAndTom'' radio show: "It's Shirtless Girl!"

* The outfits worm by female Beach Volleyball players seem to qualify; as their costumes generally consist of a sports-bra-style top, and a bikini bottom. It's the only sport with a ''maximum'' coverage limitation. However, they are an aversion in that they are actually the more practical outfit to play in. They are easier to move in, reduce heat exhaustion, and longer clothing would trap sand. In fact, most women still wore bikinis even after the London 2012 Olympics loosened their clothing restrictions.
* Women's track-and-field athletic costumes became increasingly skimpy from the 1990s on, to the point of being little more than bikinis in some cases. The turning point was probably Florence Griffith-Joyner's asymmetric catsuit at the 1988 Olympics, which caused a bit of a scandal at the time but looks modest compared to what many athletes were wearing in 2012. [[DoubleStandard Men's athletic costumes became if anything slightly-more body-covering over the same time period.]] However, like beach volleyball outfits, less clothing is actually better for track and field.
* Male Olympic divers wear tight and tiny Speedos. Like the above examples, this is an aversion of the trope since the lack of clothing along with divers completely shaving off their chest hair is to improve their speed and flexibility in the air and upon entry into the water.
* The Lingerie [[UsefulNotes/AmericanFootball Football]] League is exactly what it sounds like. Women playing tackle football.
* Subverted in sports such as rhythmic gymnastics or figure skating. The clothing ''looks'' Stripperiffic, but most of the athlete's body is actually covered with fabric whose colour matches her skin tone.

[[folder:Tabletop Games]]
* {{Justified|Trope}} in Creator/WhiteWolf's ''TabletopGame/ScarredLands'' d20 System TabletopRPG: using arcane magic releases heat within the spellcaster's body, explaining the core rule systems ban on wizards using armor while also giving the caster the buff protection from cold with the side effect of making any heavy clothing really uncomfortable to wear. Some cultures embrace the skimpy garb this situation tends to require. Some wizards with more dignity slightly avoid the trope by wearing a loose robe over a more skimpy outfit, and simply doff the robe before a fight starts.
* ''[[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons Dungeons & Dragons]]'', of course.
** Many [[OurElvesAreBetter Elves]], when they don't have to wear something more practical. Especially female Drow who seems to know only two sorts of clothes: quasimagical chainmail plus cloak of near-invisibility and stunningly [[PimpedOutDress pimped out]] ''un''-dress.
** For most ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' elves clothes are only matter of convenience, at least when on their own (they tend to be uncomfortable with the sort of attention humans may display). ''[[Literature/TheElminsterSeries Elminster in Myth Drannor]]'' featured some elven ladies "dressed" in a handful of enchanted gems glued to the skin in artistic patterns.
** In 3.5 the Drow [[JustifiedTrope have an excuse]]: In their society, the more you cover up, the more flaws and weaknesses you're perceived to be compensating for, to the point where wealthy and powerful drow only really wear clothes as something to hang expensive finery from. ''Drow of the Underdark'' actually [[LampshadeHanging addresses]] this in depth. It's common for drow girls to expose a lot of skin due to the above and {{Fanservice}}, but considering most females in drow society can [[BarrierWarrior protect themselves with magic]], wearing a skimpy outfit is akin to announcing your spellcasting ability as well as confidence.
** The ''TabletopGame/DarkSun'' setting is made of this trope, for both males and females. Designers who'd worked on its initial development have openly admitted choosing a [[SingleBiomePlanet desert setting]] (as opposed to, for instance, an arctic one) because of the ample beef-and-cheesecake opportunities afforded by the artwork.
** [[CriticalResearchFailure Though in real deserts, people cover up to prevent dehydration and sunstroke]].
** The Gensai a 4th edition Player race: "To show off the energy lines etching his or her body, a genasi often wears clothes that leave at least some portion of his or her body uncovered." Yep, they've built Stripperiffic costumes into an entire race.
** A partial answer for all of this can be found in the D&D novel/module/CRPG "Curse of the Azure Bonds" and its sequels. Alias prefers to wear a chainmail bikini in lieu of proper armor because of the high level enchantment on it; the skimpy mail has a higher AC then her platemail due to the enchantment. Magical armor can be less about actual armor and more about magical force fields with the strips of metal/leather serving as something to bind the magic to. Of course, this doesn't apply to nonmagical armor...
* JustifiedTrope with the sorcerer iconic Seoni from ''TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}}'' by simple JustForFun/{{Troperithmetic}}: ArmorAndMagicDontMix + [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed]] VainSorceress = Stripperiffic outfit.

* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}} Fantasy Battles'' there are those that use it. Witchelves and sorceresses of the dark elves wear stripperiffic "clothes". Chaos marauders wear nothing but leather pants or loincloths and possibly helmets. Slayers wear either nothing or just pants or a loincloth (plus a massive beard). This is however justified as they try to get themselves killed and the less protection they wear the easier it is.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has the Sisters Repentia, who wear little more than scraps of parchment covering key areas; and Dark Eldar Wytches, who are best described as wearing leather bikinis with armoured, high-heel boots.
** Slaaneshs lesser daemons the Daemonettes are clad in [[ChainmailBikini bikinis]] made of pure chaos. Older versions of the models have loincloths and leather harnesses that leave their breasts completely exposed.
* ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' is occasionally guilty of this, especially when it regards ''[[OurAngelsAreDifferent angels]]''. The [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Vulshok]] and [[NobleSavage Auriok]] seem to be explicitly forbidden from wearing more clothing than absolutely necessary.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' features quite a few characters who have no taste for pants, such as Harmonious Jade (long loincloth), Sulamore the Wan Stravophore (stripper bondage nun gear), and Thousand-Faceted Nelumbo (often depicted wearing nothing ''but'' shoulder pads, knee pads, and a cape). Of course, they're all Exalted of various stripes, which means they get access to Perfect Defenses, things that allow you to dodge, parry or withstand any attack even if you're naked and just holding a dessert fork.
* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' characters would ordinarily be at quite a disadvantage without armor. So if you want your ActionGirl to be Stripperiffic anyhow, you are advised to play with the Bulletproof Nudity rule, giving a defense bonus for wearing fewer clothes.
* A whole lot of the female characters in ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'' are dressed like high-class call-girls, with plenty (well, relatively speaking) of leather, lace and frills.
* In ''Tabletopgame/BattleTech'', pilots of [[HumongousMecha Battlemechs]] go into combat wearing little more than a thin vest and shorty shorts. {{Justified|Trope}}, as the cockpit of a battlemech can become lethally hot in combat due to OverHeating; the vests are laced with a network of cooling cables. Downplayed as the series moves on and LostTechnology is recovered, allowing full-body jumpsuits laced with new non-toxic coolant fluid.
* There are a number of incidents of this in ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'', but the best and most {{justified|Trope}} example is the Silthuri dueling vest, a set of armour designed to protect the groin, face, neck, inner things, wrists and upper chest in a duel to determine first blood, but not meant to kill. Traditionally no other clothing is worn while dueling, leaving a lot on display.

* ''Theatre/TheSlutcracker'' is a HotterAndSexier burlesque take on ''Theatre/TheNutcracker'' and includes nearly every costume cut up in stripperiffic ways.
* The Hot Box burlesque dancers in ''Theatre/GuysAndDolls'', unless the production was {{Bowdlerise}}d.

* {{Struts}} are horse fashion model dolls that dress like 19th-century hookers.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''VideoGame/AdventureQuestWorlds'' is the first Artix Entertainment game where leotards and revealing robes are compulsory for all women of all classes, no matter what. Even most of the over clothes are burlesque in some way.
** One player was so disgruntled by this situation that she [[http://theoriginalfive.deviantart.com/art/Las-Vegas-Lion-part-1-107435724 wrote a fanfic making fun of the company.]]
** This [[DownplayedTrope trope was downplayed]] recently as armours tend to cover the players neck to toes for both genders[[note]]Some to the point that the player appears androgynous at first glance.[[/note]], while some skin-revealing armours apply to men as well.
* Operator Gina, the tutorial instructor in the MMORPG ''[[AirRivals ACE Online]]'' is particularly Stripperiffic. Midriff-bearing dress shirt, double-slit miniskirt, garter belts and fishnet stockings.
* [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Kira Daidohji]] of ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart'' fights in a literal swimsuit while riding around in [[BlobMonster her giant blob]]. Gets a LampshadeHanging by [[DeadpanSnarker Saki]].
--> '''Saki:''' How can you walk around like that? Don't you have any sense of decency?
** ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart 2'''s Catherine Kyohbayashi is no better. She also wears a one-piece swimsuit similar to Kira's... and rides a HumongousMecha. She certainly can't use the 'fight in the water' excuse...
** ''VideoGame/ArcanaHeart 3'' adds the AxCrazy Scharlachrot who wears basically a bra and short shorts under her cape.
** Lilica Felchenerow is shown wearing a [[SleevesAreForWimps sleeveless jacket]] with [[AbsoluteCleavage zipper down]]. And one of her win poses has her [[TheCoatsAreOff whipping her jacket off]] revealing her [[BareYourMidriff sports bra]].
* The iPhone game ''VideoGame/{{Arodius}}'' has this played straight AND averted. And literally.
** You play the game as a stripperiffic angel who wields a sword but shoots lasers that goes on some quest to defeat her enemies... the bosses are all in full armor, and depending on the difficulty, they become more and more naked the more you shoot them.
** In other words, the game has the greatest enemy health bar in the word. Until [[FanDisservice Level]] 3.
* The female heroines of the ''VideoGame/{{Atelier}}'' series tend to go all over the place with this. On the one hand, the heroine of the very first game, Marie, wears an outfit with a chest that would [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/marie.gif be questionable]] in the supposedly faux-German setting her game takes place in; several other characters in other games also have fairly revealing outfits. The majority of female leads in the games, however, tend to have pretty modest outfits. The best examples are [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/elie.gif Elie]] and [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/viese.jpg Viese]] from ''Atelier Elie'' and ''Atelier Iris 2'' respectively.
* ''VideoGame/{{Athena}}'' strips its heroine down to a skimpy red bikini in the intro to the UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame where she falls DownTheRabbitHole. She can acquire armor that covers more of her body, but her sprite is so small it's hard to tell. This is not the more modestly dressed Athena appears in ''VideoGame/PsychoSoldier'' and the ''[[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters King of Fighters]]'' series, but the Princess Athena who appears again, bikini-clad, in ''VideoGame/SNKVsCapcomSVCChaos''.
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'' features [[PerkyFemaleMinion Harley Quinn]] in a new uniform. Although her old clothes were tight, they covered most of her skin. Her new uniform looks like the standard NaughtyNurseOutfit, combined with bondage gear. Poison Ivy also gets a new costume, which again is more revealing than her normal comics getup. This is lampshaded in ''Arkham City'', where you can overhear two prisoners talking about her outfit.
--> '''Inmate 1''': Have you seen Harley's new outfit? I don't get why she wears that skimpy little thing.
--> '''Inmate 2''': She must be crazy wearing that out here! Doesn't she know that these guys haven't seen women in a looonng time? She'd better be careful.
* ''VideoGame/{{Bayonetta}}'' features a gun-toting witch wearing a skintight bodysuit ''made of her hair.'' That she strips off her body as she uses her magic. And turns it into a hair dragon while standing around in the nude.
* ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'''s Litchi Faye-Ling wears a Chinese outfit that reveals quite a lot of her humongous melons... which [[{{Gainaxing}} bounces a lot]]. Her outfit also reveal a lot of her legs and her shoulders. Her back is modestly covered though (then again, [[SexyBacklessOutfit what do we have Noel for]]).
** Considering an offhand comment Litchi made in Noel's Joke Ending in Story Mode, Litchi's outfit looks that way on her probably because it's several sizes too small for her, so she really has to leave the front open (since her MostCommonSuperpower is in the way), and she probably cut those holes on the sleeves on purpose so that her arms don't get restricted in movement (also, assuming that's exactly the same outfit Noel is wearing in that same ending scene, it fits Noel perfectly).
** Noel and Jin are both relatively high-ranking members of the NOL and are sent to the front lines. Yet neither possess any armour and look more like they should be doing deskwork. In Jin's case, he does have those tights, but they are apparently so he doesn't catch a chill from Yukianesa. So if he wasn't using Yukianesa, and unless they design a new uniform for him, Jin would probably be running around with about the same amount of clothes on as Makoto.
** Here comes a new challenger! Making an appearance as an adorable [[PettingZooPeople squirrel girl]], Makoto joins the fray wielding Dual Tonfas and hardly any clothes on.
** Also Mu-12, who wears a tie and a crotch plate thing and not much else.[[spoiler: which is funny when you consider that Mu is [[ShrinkingViolet Noel]].]]
*** This is a trait of all Murakumo Units (Nu-13, Lambda-11 and then aforementioned Mu-12), while Mu shows the most skin... Nu and Lambda are not much better in {{sensual spandex}} and said crotch plate.
* Rayne's vampire sister, Ferril, in ''VideoGame/{{Bloodrayne}} 2'' is strategically covered only in what appears to be living tattoos. That's not even getting into what Ephemera or Rayne herself wear.
* This seems to be the basis of the outfit of Shanoa, the heroine of ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaOrderOfEcclesia''. Which means, she'll be the first Stripperiffic good guy to ever embrace the canon story by IGA (at least after Sonia got thrown out of canon). It's somewhat justified in that the tattoos on her body double as weapons.
* [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/contra%20sheena/NecroNinja/Cool%20sci-fi%20stuff/conhcp2-3.gif Sheena Etranzi]] wears an incredibly impractical BattleBikini and a trio of belts around her midriff in ''VideoGame/{{Contra}}: Hard Corps''. Despite this, Creator/{{Konami}} and Creator/WayForwardTechnologies removed the belts and added a generous amount of cleavage in [[http://www.blogcdn.com/nintendo.joystiq.com/media/2008/03/cdsjppr002ak.jpg Contra 4]]. The other female character in Contra 4, Lucia, is a bit more modest, wearing a [[http://www.blogcdn.com/nintendo.joystiq.com/media/2008/03/cdsjppr003ak.jpg blue one-piece swimsuit with chaps.]] Then again, most of the male characters are shirtless.
* ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes''. While it's completely in the hands of the players, many of the costume choices in this game are fairly stripperiffic, especially for females. Some notable costume choices:
** Three leather straps that go across your bare chest... available only for guys, however.
** The "eden" choice is two spike-like shapes that are painted over your chest and only (just barely) cover the character's nipples.
** The female version of the tank top is skimpier than the male version, and goes so far as to add extra cleavage shading!
** Also, if you pick an odd skin color, you can create a matching outfit and appear completely naked at first glance.
* ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' is probably the most over-the-top example there is. Felicia is a {{Catgirl}} who is practically naked aside from small patches of fur ''just barely'' covering her up. Morrigan's "outfit" is really a bunch of bats that fly around her constantly and turn into her clothes (the same applies to Lilith, her sister). There's a bit of GettingCrapPastTheRadar in ''Pocket Fighter'' when she says that the bats carry her things when she goes shopping. Take that however you'd like.
* Subverted by Nicole in ''VideoGame/DeadOrAlive 4'', quite possibly the ''last'' place you would expect such a subversion to occur. As a female version of [[Franchise/{{Halo}} Master Chief]] in a game that otherwise uses this trope with pride, it is nearly impossible to tell her gender just from looking at her. In a funny twist, her gender is the TomatoSurprise at the end of the ''WebAnimation/{{Haloid}}'' [[http://www.gametrailers.com/player/usermovies/57998.html fan video]]. The person who's surprised by said Tomato? [[Franchise/{{Metroid}} Samus Aran]].
* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'': Gloria. The way she fights only serves to emphasize how little skin her outfit covers.
* ''VideoGame/DiabloIII'', likely being aware of this trope when it was made, takes an interesting approach. The female characters start out with this trope played straight, but as you upgrade in armor they slowly become more covered until they are quite covered (although highly curved in the, er, breastplate). [[http://us.battle.net/d3/en/class/wizard/ Their page on the Wizard]] demonstrates this progression.
* About 70% of the cast of ''Franchise/{{Disgaea}}''. For both genders. Particularly notable is Etna, who wears a midriff bearing leather top and a very short skirt. Made somewhat [[{{Squick}} disturbing]] by the fact that she has the body of an underdeveloped thirteen year old girl. Her outfit in ''VideoGame/{{Disgaea 2|Cursed Memories}}'' is somehow ''more'' revealing. Lampshaded in the [[DVDCommentary Prinny commentary]], where the commentator Prinny has a few words to say about Laharl and Etna's (lack of) clothing choices.
** Going by the promotional art, Disgaea D2, a direct sequel to the first, ups the ante: Etna is basically wearing a bikini.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' has the witch Morrigan, a dark-haired beauty with gold eyes. Morrigan's "top" is essentially two strips of purple cloth covering her breasts, seemingly held together with a few strings, along with a single sleeve. When questioned on her outfit, Morrigan notes she spent her life in a forest; the implication is that Morrigan cobbled together her outfit from scraps.
** The majority of the armor in the game averts this: robes and light armors are flattering, but reasonably practical, and anything heavier (particularly full plate armor) avoids it entirely. The exception is the [[BareYourMidriff Dalish armor]].
* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestIX'': Sentinels of the Starry Skies has the Warrior profession. There's a bit of a difference in the Male and Female standard getup. Of course, it's fully customizable, [[http://www.siliconera.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2008/12/image-thumb130.png but still.]] And almost every other game from the third game onward has at least one example.
* ''VideoGame/DragonQuestVIII'': Journey of the Cursed King has some LampshadeHanging in a few scenes involving Jessica and her apparent "Va-va-voom" in addition to several monsters using "puff-puff" (accompanied by honking noises).
* Princess Daphne from ''VideoGame/DragonsLair'' with her little sheer black dress.
* Yuki is pretty stripperiffic in ''VideoGame/EnchantedArms'', although the first rule in a desert is to cover all your skin. Sunburns require more water than sweat waste.
* ''F.A.K.K.2'', adapted from a sci-fi ''Heavy Metal Magazine'' and staring a 3D modeled Julie Strain, begins with a skin-tight jumpsuit, which suffers ClothingDamage, then is replaced with leather bikini and then a few strategically placed straps. Later clothing, while revealing progressively more, somehow provide more protection.
* The female versions of Raider armor in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' are generally quite revealing, some more than others. Then again, they are on the men as well, making it an equal-opportunity trope in this case. The Ordnance/Bombshell Armor from the DLC ''The Pitt'', which consists of [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]] and a [[ChainmailBikini Mini-Nuke casing bra]], is the most flagrant example. The Leather Rebel armor also has a rather high damage resistance for the amount of exposed skin. Then there's the [[BareYourMidriff midriff-baring]] female Merc Adventurer outfit, which subverts this with a much lower DR. A notable aversion is the decidedly modest Reinforced Leather Armor from ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas''. In fact, many of the higher-level armors have unisex models (identical on male and female characters).
* [[{{Ninja}} Mai Shiranui]] of ''VideoGame/FatalFury'' and ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters''. Perhaps the quintessential example of the impractically dressed warrior. Her ''Garou'' counterpart [[{{Pirate}} B. Jenet]] wears a ''cocktail dress'' into battle and flirts with the guys quite a bit. Angel from ''2001'' quite possibly tops her in this regard, and in Mai's victory quote against her Mai says something about her "trying too hard". {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in ''Fatal Fury 3'': when Terry Bogard defeats her, he tells her, "First, don't call me Goldilocks! And second, cover up that cleavage!".
* [[http://vignette4.wikia.nocookie.net/typemoon/images/b/b4/Meltlillith.png/revision/latest?cb=20121214101028 Meltlilith]] from ''[[VideoGame/FateExtra Fate Extra CCC]]'' wears an outfit that can even give Ivy Valentine a run for her money with her "[[ThongOfShielding crotch plate armor]]".
** Passionlip from same game have most parts of her body (arms, lower torso and feet) covered but wears nothing but two belts to cover her breasts, further cemented as her [[GagBoobs official bust size is 164,]] and [[MaleGaze hip size at 104]]. Basically Meltlilith is this trope in lower body while Passionlip in upper torso..
* In ''VideoGame/FightingVipers'', all the human characters wear armor but it can be broken in the game. When Candy's armor is destroyed she wears only a frilly skirt, boots, gloves and a leather bra. Even with her (skimpy) armor, Grace still is Stripperiffic but once it's broken she wears a one piece bathing suit that reveals her cleavage.
* Almost every ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' game has an example. Some stand out more than others (particularly ''[[VideoGame/FinalFantasyX2 X-2]]''), but every game will feature at least one person like this. ''Final Fantasy'', however, is notable for its equal opportunity -- even the ''men'' are prone to this trope (Kuja can even put most of the ''girls'' to shame). There's too many to list in just one page.
** Both used and averted for the Viera, a race of bunny women. In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII'', they wear pretty revealing clothes, especially Fran. In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'', only the Elementalist class is revealing while the rest are modest in clothing. The Seeq, [[PigMan a race of pigs]], [[FanDisservice are the]] [[MonsterModesty most stripperiffic.]]
** {{Summon|Magic}}er/BlackMagicianGirl Rydia, from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIV'', was already skirting the line with her post-adolescence LeotardOfPower. Her outfit for the sequel, ''The After Years'', doesn't resemble clothes so much as strategically-applied, gravity-defying green paint. [[SheIsAllGrownUp Porom]] winds up with a Stripperiffic costume of her own, too; both of them actually had their clothing censored for the North American release of the game. Surprisingly, there's also a male example in [[spoiler:Golbez]] of all people.
** {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by some of the [[AmazonBrigade female guards]] of Troia on the Nintendo DS version, a nation ruled by women. One of them even gets annoyed at being mistaken for a dancer.
** In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'', certain types of armor had a somewhat odd tendency to spontaneously gain ZettaiRyouiki when equipped on female characters, the [[CatGirl Mithra]] getting hit the most by it. However, there are also plenty of armor that looks exactly the same when equipped on both genders, ranging from practical armor and robes, to harnesses and subligar, which is stripperiffic even on the male characters.
** ''VideoGame/MobiusFinalFantasy'' ran into the slightly peculiar situation of having to cover up a ''male'' character because playtesters found his outfit 'too sexy'. Originally a sort of skintight leather cloth glued over his chest that showed his sides, thong-lines, [[TattooAsCharacterType enormous tribal back-piece]] and butt, Wol ended up dressed in a (still very revealing) carapace with a little shoulder-cape.
* ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' borders on this with some of the female characters, most consistently with the miniskirts usually worn by pegasus knights, but it tends to be justified by those characters being of light unit classes; pegasus knights need light armor so as not to slow them down in flight, archers shouldn't be exposed to direct combat anyway, mages and healers aren't normally expected to fight up close, etc. Female units in heavier unit classes tend to wear about as much armor as their male counterparts. Additionally, even most of the more lightly dressed ladies avert more blatantly fanservicey tropes like ChainmailBikini and BareYourMidriff. A few of the magic-using villainesses deliberately play up the fanservice for its worth, though.
** Most of the female myrmidons in the series seem to have a fondness for [[ShowSomeLeg Showing Some Leg]]. That said, their dress is otherwise fairly conservative, and male myrmidons generally don't wear armor either.
** Males aren't immune to this, either; axe-wielding classes like Fighters and Berserkers wear little armor and like at least bare their arms, with characters like [[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Largo]] and [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Vaike]] being all-out {{Walking Shirtless Scene}}s.
** In ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius Radiant Dawn]]'', Sothe becomes one of the few characters in the franchise to play BareYourMidriff straight.
** ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' and ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'' have moved the franchise to more fanservicey designs, but male and female units of the same class still usually wear the same amount of actual armor, if not clothing in general. That said, Stripperiffic doesn't even ''begin'' to describe how Dark Mages and Sorcerers of both genders dress, and in ''Fates'', even regular mages (again, of both genders) show plenty of skin.
*** Charlotte from ''Fates'' is probably the most Stripperiffic close quarters combatant in the franchise, wearing little more than a bikini into battle. That said, most of the other Fighters in the 3DS games don't wear much either, and Charlotte herself is a mercenary deliberately playing up her sex appeal to manipulate men (preferably those with money).
* Adverts for ''VideoGame/{{Flyff}}'' seem to make out that the women have really skimpy armor. This apparently isn't the case in-game.
* The demoness Shannon in ''VideoGame/GodHand'' wears a ''very'' tight and close-cut one-piece outfit. As if in acknowledgment of this trope, just before the first fight with her, she actually mounts a stripper's pole for a moment.
* Feena from ''VideoGame/{{Grandia}}'' is said to be one of the most skilled and intelligent adventurers in the world. Her outfit of choice? A bikini top (with inexplicable sleeves) and a very small miniskirt that by all rights shouldn't cover anything. The physics of it are inexplicable.
* Armor sets in ''VideoGame/GuildWars'' also have the tendency to be slightly more revealing for women than men, but it's not glaring except for the Elementalists... the men wear full suits and long coats, while the women basically look like belly dancers. This may have been subverted with Paragons, who wear short skirts... men and women alike.
** Female mesmers favor GorgeousPeriodDress, but there are a couple that come across more as evening dresses, so to speak. Female warriors generally avert the trope except for the Gladiator and Elite Gladiator sets (and in their defense, the male versions are just as fanservice-y), monks and necromancers both have armor sets that consist of tattoos and scar patterns, respectively, with only the most vital bits preserved for modesty, male and female alike. Female rangers get avert this trope... except for the Elite Druid armor, which consists of little more than a leather bikini.
** The [[http://guildwars.wikia.com/wiki/Ritualist_Kurzick_armor/Female Kurzick]] and [[http://guildwars.wikia.com/wiki/Ritualist_Elite_Kurzick_armor/Female Elite Kurzick]] armor for female Ritualists is apparently held on with spirit gum (admittedly, the male armor is fairly revealing as well). Some nonscar Necromancer armors are serious offenders, too - lace/gauze-is-not-a-substitute-for-clothing Elite Cabal and Obsidian, let's-protect-everything-except-the-vulnerable spots Elite Kurzick, and a-leather-strap-does-not-a-bra-make Sunspear - while the male Necros almost always get full-body leather suits.
* Queen Catherine Ironfist from ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic III'' wears leg-and-cleavage-baring plate-and-mail armor. Further, Mutare's sleeveless leather shirt and Adrienne's [[NippleAndDimed benippled]] tunic strain…suspension of disbelief when male characters are in full armor or robes. Also Dark Elf priestesses and Orc shamans in ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic V''.
* Justified in ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'', in which armor is completely useless and revealing clothing is stated to be a sign of confidence. Which still raises the question of why the emperor of fantasy-counterpart-ImperialChina lets his unmarried daughter and sole heir walk around the capital dressed in that outfit. In fact, [[spoiler: when she appears to him in her much-more modest (in comparison) Silk Fox garb, he chastises her for wearing a crass outfit]].
* While the standard ladies' fashion choice in the ''Franchise/JakAndDaxter'' series is to BareYourMidriff, only [[MsFanservice Ashelin's]] outfit really counts as [[WebAnimation/ZeroPunctuation she only wears enough cloth to cover a quarter of a person]]. ''VideoGame/JakXCombatRacing'' made it a little less skimpy.
* In ''VideoGame/JaysJourney'', [[LampshadeHanging no one can shut up]] about [[MsFanservice Gaia's]] outfit, which is essentially a bikini. Gaia actually flaunts her body to try to get her way, but [[NotDistractedByTheSexy no one responds the way she expects]]. In one scene, she comments that she's been looking for attention. Jay remarks that the outfit should be enough; Gaia responds "Well, it wouldn't be in any game besides this one."
* Male example employed as FanDisservice: ''VideoGame/LaMulana'' 's [[spoiler:Lemeza in the Skimpy Swimsuit]], which you see at the end of the BonusLevelOfHell.
* LampshadeHanging in ''VideoGame/LaPucelle Tactics'': The heroine and her friend both get into an argument over the immodesty of each other's uniforms until they realize that their ''boss'' was the one who picked them out.
* This is true for nearly ''every'' female character in the online strategy RPG ''League of Angels'', including female monsters, female party members you hire, your PC (if you choose a female) and of course, the angels that follow you around. Even a female that is more-or-less covered tends to be sultry and seductive. (Ironically, your PC's clothing is less revealing than most, but still usually has cleavage and leg.)
* Played gratuitously in ''VideoGame/LostOdyssey'', where the regal noble empress [[http://i15.photobucket.com/albums/a379/Mangaminx/Ming.jpg Ming]] is wearing a bikini bottom and what appears to be some sort of elegant tool belt on the bottom, and what can best be described as "sorta vest-ish, but with more breast exposure" on the top. Oddly, the female pirate is wearing a sensible leather dress with a bit of plate mail here and there.
* One must wonder how Vanessa from ''VideoGame/LuminousArc'' manages to avoid untimely "wardrobe malfunctions" in battle.
** In ''VideoGame/LuminousArc2'', Fatima the Shadow Frost Witch wears an outfit that shows more than a bit of cleavage.
** [[spoiler:Ayano]]'s "battle" outfit. There's a reason why she's a GlassCannon with lower DEF (she can tank well against magic, though).
* Samara from ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' wears a skintight catsuit with an extremely low neckline. Subject Zero/Jack doesn't even wear clothes from the waist up, just a belt.thing that just barely covers her nipples.
** Miranda is another '''major''' exception. Her standard outfit is so tight that it's lampshaded during her loyalty mission. A gaming site even wrote an article called "The Truth Behind Miranda's Behind" at one point.
** Creator/BioWare did pick up and the somewhat negative reaction from the fans on these outfits, and have released a couple of optional Appearance Pack [[DownloadableContent DLCs]] that address it. The first pack gives Jack a proper jacket and vest, which appear to be armored, while the second pack gives Miranda a suit of light plate armor similar to the light armor suits in the first game, complete with replacing her CombatStilettos with boots.
** ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'' implies this is an EnforcedTrope. We see more Cerberus forces, and both the Nemesis and Phantom are female and wear tight light armor that draws attention to their breasts. This would indicate Cerberus itself enforces this trope, possibly the Illusive Man himself. Early in the game, [[spoiler:an early clue to Dr. Eva Core's identity is that she's wearing a skintight suit like Miranda's, for no good reason]].
* Justified with Quiet from ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolidVThePhantomPain''. Quiet wears not much more besides a bikini and pantyhose. [[spoiler:It's necessary for her because the parasite treatment used to save her life changed her to breathe through her skin instead.]]
* Samus Aran from ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' avoided this trope entirely, to the point where her being a female was the TomatoSurprise of the first game. However, pictures of her wearing more revealing clothes are sometimes unlockables. For the first few games, Samus outside of her PoweredArmor would be seen wearing a bikini of a variation of it. After the franchise went 3D, Samus is always shown in her [[CatSuit Zero Suit]], which covers everything, but is skin tight and pronounces her figure more.
* Played straight and inverted in ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', where quite a few of the male and female fighters wear skimpy outfits while beating the crap out of each other (The dress code for Edenian royalty must have been based on [[GoGoEnslavement Slave]] [[Franchise/StarWars Leia]]). [[BigBad Shao Kahn]] himself is a male example. The only real exception to this is Ashrah, whose outfits are about the most modest and covering garments ever seen on an MK female.
** In addition, some of the ''Mortal Kombat'' games have [[AndYourRewardIsClothes unlockable alternate costumes]] for the fighters (especially ''[[VideoGame/MortalKombatDeadlyAlliance Deadly Alliance]]'', where they ''all'' have them. The ones for female characters tend to be skimpy.
** Averted in ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' by Cassie Cage, the daughter of Johnny and Sonya, and the first female Kombatant since Ashrah to dress sensibly, wearing a modern tactical outfit along with Daddy's trademark sunglasses.
** A male example: [[BigBad Shao Kahn]] goes through each and every game wearing two belts, a hoop, and a loincloth. Also noteworthy, because it's played straight in terms of fanservice.
* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights'' had a particular issue with this, sensible robes and armour suddenly morphed into low cut dress and body hugging tops when picked up by a female player, you could even strip a character down to their underwear.
** Almost completely averted in ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2''. All armor is very sensible, and characters wear normal civilian clothes under their armor. The lone exception is the armor female warlock protagonists start with, and it's a unique piece of armor found nowhere else in the game.
** In the ''Storm of Zehir'' expansion, the default garb of the ranger Inshula sar Mashawe qualifies. Lampshaded and justified: when the player characters remark on it, she notes that the Chult peninsula is a hot, humid tropical region.
* FauxActionGirl Rachel in the UsefulNotes/XBox version of ''VideoGame/NinjaGaiden'' wears an outfit most strippers would probably consider tacky.
* Velvet from ''VideoGame/OdinSphere'' is basically always bearing her midriff. The other two female characters, while more modestly dressed, are basically wearing [[WhoWearsShortShorts short shorts]] and a ballet tutu with leg armor. There's a bit of LampshadeHanging in the Winterhorn Ridge stage (which is exactly the kind of place it sounds like) when a shopkeeper NPC remarks "A half-naked maiden on this mountain? I hope I'm not hallucinating..." Another Winterhorn Ridge shopkeeper asks, "You came all the way up here dressed like ''that?''".
* Ohatsu in ''VideoGame/{{Onimusha}}: Dawn of Dreams'' begins the game conservatively dressed. After her outfit is supposedly destroyed in a battle, however, she changes into a more revealing, stripperiffic outfit that she pieced together out of the remains of the old one.
* General rule of thumb for the ''VideoGame/{{Overlord}}'' series: If they're even remotely attractive by normal standards, they'll be wearing a relatively sensible outfit that's, at worst, a bit tight or low-cut. If they have [[FanDisservice wrinkles, liver spots, and/or more blubber than an arctic beach during walrus mating season]], they'll be wearing a dental floss bikini.
* Carona from ''VideoGame/PhantomBrave: [[UpdatedRerelease We Meet Again]]'', appears to be wearing nothing but a bikini beneath her BadassCape.
* ''VideoGame/{{Planescape}}'''s snarky CuteMonsterGirl Annah has a set of identically different bodices and hip-high boots that cover little.
** It can get lampshaded and justified to an extent. If the PC is a thief, then he and Annah (who is also a thief) can exchange experience, tricks and general ideas on how to improve their skills. In particular, the PC can suggest that Annah makes her outfit even ''more'' Stripperiffic by cutting some extra holes so to pass for a harlot and distract potential victims. He confesses that he always thought this was the purpose of the bodices anyway, and she claims that she just gets hot, which she supposes is due to her infernal heritage.
** In fact, most of the outfits worn by most of the females, including the [=NPCs=], qualify. The one outfit that actually subverts this is the one worn by Fall-From-Grace, who is a succubus. Then again, she's a ''chaste'' succubus.
* An end-of-the-game unlockable from ''VideoGame/PN03'' features the female protagonist in an incredibly revealing suit, complete with a ''thong''. Keep in mind this is a shooter game. It also makes her a OneHitPointWonder, adding a new difficulty to this already NintendoHard game.
* ''VideoGame/PopNMusic'' has Miku, a showgirl who may or may not be a stripper given her skimpy attire, which consists of a black bra and miniskirt.
* All the female jobs in ''VideoGame/RagnarokOnline'' range from modest to blatantly stripperiffic. In most jobs, higher classes means less clothing. Justified with the Dancer/Gypsy class, but the others, not as much.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Vindictus}}'', all female playable characters are beautiful and busty (more so if cash shop items are used) but the player decides if they fit this Trope; a player can have her use full plate armor and be the sensible type, or make here the shameless type who wears a ChainMailBikini.
* The character artwork featured on the [[http://rappelz.gpotato.com/ad/ front-page]] for ''VideoGame/{{Rappelz}}'' is so blatantly revealing and impractical that one wonders if it were deliberately mocking the trade. Not just the character art -- the in-game outfits for females often look like little more than bathing suits and thigh-high stockings. It makes for an interesting contrast with the ten foot long double-handed ax or the [[{{BFS}} taller-than-the-character]] [[PowerGlows glowy sword]], as well as with the often-HumongousMecha-inspired male armor. Female warriors tend to be more of the painted-on-spandex which still technically "protects", at least if you're being attacked by friendly kittens. A female mage or summoner, on the other hand, had better have a large supply of double-stick tape and a good way of keeping warm in the ice dungeon while wearing three inch-wide strips of fur and a pair of go-go boots.
* Jill Valentine apparently spends the time between ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil1'' and ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil3Nemesis'' changing from a combat uniform to a miniskirt and tube top. It is excused away in official media that Raccoon City was suffering a heatwave.
** And she was fired from the police, had to give uniform back?
** In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil5'', [[spoiler: Jill appears late in the game wearing a purple catsuit with built-in short heels. Her model in the Mercenaries minigame runs around with the catsuit unzipped to show off some cleavage, but you can also opt to play as Jill in her perfectly sensible BSAA outfit]]. And then there's Sheva's "tribal" costume...
* Tati from ''VideoGame/RiseOfTheKasai''.
* The extremely revealing outfit Tiffany wears in ''VideoGame/RivalSchools'' is explained as being her ''[[AllGuysWantCheerleaders cheerleading]] outfit''.
* Both averted and played straight in ''VideoGame/RumbleRoses'', an all-girl wrestling game. Most of the wrestlers wear outfits that are too small or very inconvenient in a fight, such as a scarf or an extremely tight skirt. Even "Face" (Good) characters. This is partly TruthInTelevision however, as a lot of female wrestlers dress and act sexy on purpose even if their costume gets in the way. Averted however in the Judo Babe, who is a shy "good girl" and whose regular outfit is a judo gi. Even her swimsuit is a one-piece, showing less skin than the regular costumes of many characters and NOT showing cleavage. (Of course once she turns "Heel" (Evil) she dresses more revealing... and in the sequel, official/unofficial artwork, miniature DOLL and fan pictures; she is not nearly as modest.)
* Jessica Cannon in ''VideoGame/SiN: Episodes'' wears an outfit with a bare midriff, and her pants appear designed specifically to [[ThirdPersonSeductress draw the player's attention to her backside.]]
* Eileen's regular outfit in ''VideoGame/SilentHill4: The Room'' (during gameplay, at least -- the one she wears before she joins you is pretty casual and unrevealing).
* Linda Maltinie from the first ''VideoGame/SnowboardKids'' game dresses in leopard-pattern skintight pants and a ''red bikini top''. As the game title suggests, she is garbed as much on frigid mountain tops. She's only ten. The [[NoExportForYou Japan-only PlayStation sequel]] ''Snowboard Kids Plus'' introduces a few more characters who fit this trope, including a male example in the [[HardGay flamboyant and muscular]] Ruby Green, who has a [[AndYourRewardIsClothes bonus outfit]] consisting of a ''green speedo'' and snow boots. (This is actually lampshaded in his [[AllThereInTheManual bio]], which makes light of his annoyance at being mistaken for a chaperone whenever he's around the rest of the cast.)
* While the ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' series usually falls under the category of HalfDressedCartoonAnimal and thus this trope is easily handwaved, an early issue of the Archie comic made a joke about Princess Sally wearing a "revealing two-piece outfit". At the time, she only wore a pair of boots. Rouge the Bat, who wears a black skin-tight spandex suit and a pink ChainmailBikini that exposes varying amounts of cleavage, depending on the game. Her alternate outfits tend to be even ''more'' stripperiffic.
* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur]]'' applies this to just about any character who isn't in full plate. While Ivy and Taki are the poster girls for the trope, players tend to forget that most of the men are equally underdressed. Hilde of ''Soul Calibur IV'' was explicitly designed to avert the trope -- but the creators can hardly expect a cookie for it when the other characters are more scantily clad than ever.
* Lampshaded in ''VideoGame/StarControlII''. The officer's uniform of [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe Syreen]] is ''very'' revealing, and the protagonist takes a note of it. Needless to say, for all-female race that uses its sex appeal for ''all sentient races'' as a spaceship weapon, this can be considered a JustifiedTrope.
* ''StarCraft'' features relatively few female units. We only see the face of the Terrans' Dropship pilot. And while the in-game model of [[spoiler:Infested Kerrigan]] isn't particularly stripperiffic, her appearances in rendered cutscenes and other media most definitely ''are''.
** According to ''StarCraft: Ghost'', ghosts fight with their derrière uncovered.
* ''VideoGame/StarTrekOnline'' has the Orions from the original series as a player character species for the Klingon side, the females of which regularly go about wearing little more than a metal bikini and loincloth. The Federation side dresses much more conservatively, but with some of the premium content (which includes uniforms), a female captain can choose [[BareYourMidriff the Enterprise-era Mirror Universe top]] and one of those skimpy miniskirts from ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries TOS]]'' as an official uniform. Less stripperiffic than a metal bikini, but still somewhat inappropriate for the commanding officer of a warship.
* [[Franchise/StreetFighter Chun-Li]] has always averted this Trope for the most part, until [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0hZDINSVpCI she got her alternate costume]] in ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' which not only showed off her great legs, but also a plunging neckline.
* ''VideoGame/{{Suikoden}}'': Anything Jeane wears will instantly qualify.
* Some ''Franchise/TalesSeries'' ladies have this trope in mind:
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny'' has Rutee, whose outfit reveals several body parts of hers. Well, since she's a thief who tends to sneak around...
** ''VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny 2'' then got it off with Nanaly, who wears a frigging ChainmailBikini.
** And then ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphoniaDawnOfTheNewWorld'' deliciously lampoons the trope, and their own use of it, with the Lezerano Company's good-luck charms, invented by Presea. Among them is "An outfit that despite having a bare midriff, never allows your skin to get cold, and also protects against enemy attacks." Called the [[VideoGame/TalesOfDestiny2 Loni-Kyle]], for some reason.
*** Speaking of ''TalesOfSymphonia'', there's also Pronyma from the first game.
** Also, Judith in ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia''. An optional costume gives Estelle the ability to wear a Stripperific outfit as well.
** And Milla Maxwell in ''VideoGame/TalesOfXillia''. To be fair, someone else picked it out for her, and when she's [[spoiler: promoted to the real Maxwell she wears a bit better clothing]].
** Also, Presa in the same game, wearing what can only be described as bondage gear.
** Velvet from ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' will be wearing clothes like this, complete with a tattered short skirt and plenty of underboob.
* Possibly Midna in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'', [[spoiler: specifically in her human form]].
* Of all the female clothing in ''VideoGame/TheMatrixOnline'', the items that have the best buffs or enhancements are the ones which show the most skin.
* Coupled with PowerPerversionPotential in ''VideoGame/TheMovies''. When it comes to the sci-fi costumes, the majority of female costumes are inexplicably sexy. There's a space leather suit with a CleavageWindow that comes in either long pants or no pants at all as well as a space belly dancer costume. The men get some of this too with a costume literally titled "Space Hotpants" and another called "Space Gigolo". Then there's an entire category for underwear which means you can have your characters doing their everyday business wearing their underwear in public. You can also force the actors to walk around the studio wearing their underwear too - though their star rating will go down for not keeping up with the latest fashions.
* Parodied in ''VideoGame/TimeSplittersFuturePerfect''. The henchmen working for Khallos wear the same skintight uniforms as the Henchwomen and complain about it a lot.
* ''Franchise/TombRaider'': Lara Croft, though she at least tries to dress up for the weather. It's better than a FurBikini, but only just.
* The ''VideoGame/{{Unreal}}'' series started fairly innocuously, with the females in workwear and armour similar to the males (at least of their faction). ''VideoGame/UnrealChampionship2TheLiandriConflict'' (i.e.: Selket) raised the bar, then the bar had a bottle rocket put under it by ''VideoGame/UnrealIITheAwakening''. In that title, the player would face enemy mercenaries in massive powered armour, with the female mercs fully armoured on the limbs but wearing only a plexiglass screen and some circuitry from their thighs to the top of their head.
* The cast of ''VideoGame/VagrantStory'' wears about enough clothing to cover half as many characters.
* In the ''VideoGame/{{Valis}}'' series, Yuko's Valis Suit has consistently been illogically skimpy, being pretty much a bikini and a skirt. Cham/Char in the third game has slightly less impractical armor. In the fourth game, Lena starts off with more modest clothing, even if it's still impractical as battle armor. However, when she gets special armor that grants her temporary invincibility (until it takes enough damage), that special armor turns out to be as skimpy as (or possibly skimpier than) Yuko's.
* ''VideoGame/WarhammerOnline'' has two Dark Elf classes, the Witch Elf and Sorceress who wear a spiked metal bikini and non-existent, form-fitting robes, respectively. To elaborate a little: The classes of almost every race dress pretty much equal, assuming they have both genders available. In the case of chaos zealots, it's even the male variant that exposes more skin (he goes bare chested, obviously). The only class that exists for both sexes with the female variant being ''significantly'' more exposing is the dark elf sorceress. Now what does that tell us about the physique of male dark elves whose robes generally cover them from neck to toes?.
* The armour you get in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' is often much more revealing on women than on men. However, it must be admitted that as of "Burning Crusade" and especially as of "Wrath of the Lich King", with its heavy emphasis on Nordic-style cold weather armor, Blizzard has gotten much better about this for the players. Some of the new designs for major lore characters are questionable, however.
** [[http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs33/i/2008/297/1/f/Sylvanas_Windrunner_is_pretty_by_Vizeteufelin.jpg Lady Sylvanas Windrunner]], Banshee Queen, Dark Lady, Queen of the Forsaken, and, apparently, Queen of the belly-shirt.
** In the greater ''Warcraft'' universe, Stripperiffic is the modus operandi of the Demon Hunter. Both men and women traditionally go completely topless (sometimes a strip of cloth for the women, but it's up to the individual) and either tight cloth or tight light leather covering for the legs. It fits well with their style, though; Demon Hunters use speed, agility, and special sight to battle opponents, and any additional weight from armor can slow them dangerously. They also rely on runes tattooed on their upper bodies to provide magical protection.
** Along with Demon Hunters, there are a lot of other instances of equal opportunity Stripperiffic. For example, both male and female Orgrimmar Grunts wear minimalistic armor. There's a lot of it for player characters, too. For example, the [[http://www.wowhead.com/itemset=206#screenshots Giantstalker]] set has armored short shorts regardless of the character's gender.
*** The Transmogrification service introduced in Cataclysm allows players to invoke or avert this trope as they see fit, regardless of the normal appearance of their characters' equipment. Simply put, this service allows one piece of equipment to use the appearance of another.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Warcraft}} 3'', most of the Night Elf female units wear little more than bikinis and capes. The Blood Elf Sorceresses wear a low-cut outfit that reveals a lot of cleavage. The character Jaina Proudmoore wears just a sports bra, pants and hooded cape. Subverted with the Night Elf Wardens from [=WC3's=] ''The Frozen Throne'' expansion, who wear concealing great cloaks and what visible areas are armoured properly. Played disturbingly straight with ''The Frozen Throne'''s Dark Ranger, an ''undead'' elf in a stripperiffic outfit. On the other hand, the orc units, all male, tend not to wear much either: Thrall wears black plate, the witch doctor black robes, the shaman thick gray furs, the Farseer a hooded cloak, and the Tauren Chieftain a lot of bits. Every other orc, tauren, and troll unit is at the very least shirtless. Both male night elf heroes [[MrFanservice are shirtless, too]].
* Ayumi, main character of the anime-styled action game ''VideoGame/XBlades'', fits the trope perfectly. Note that a less covered material (pardon the pun) is Ayumi's Regeneration and Armor clothes, which does cover her but still lands in ChainmailBikini territory, of the "Relatively realistic armor with a flash of cleavage" flavor.
* Mai Hem from ''[[VideoGame/PerfectDark Perfect Dark Zero]]'' wears a [[http://perfectdark.wikia.com/wiki/File:Bio_maihem.jpg very revealing dress]]. This is {{lampshade|Hanging}}d in-game when a guard describes taking orders from her while not knowing where to look. Joanna Dark (the player character) also plays this trope completely straight by sneaking around a snow-covered mountain pass in a heavy coat and pants...when the former stops [[{{Facepalm}} just past her breasts]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Tenchu}} 2'''s Lady Kagami.
* The [=PS2=] port of ''VideoGame/TimeCrisis 3'' has, in its Rescue Mission mode, a cutscene of Alicia disguised as a civilian; in place of her military outfit, she's wearing an open shirt, a bra, and a miniskirt. Then she takes them off to switch to the latter outfit. [[FridgeLogic Somehow, you can hide more conservative clothing under Stripperiffic clothing.]]
* ''VideoGame/UrbanRivals'' has a lot of this, especially (oddly enough) in the StrawFeminist Pussycats clan.
* Many female demons from ''MegamiTensei'' series, Lilim and Succubus seem to be clear example.
** But not just them. Angels(!) tend to wear outfits that qualify as [[http://i57.photobucket.com/albums/g217/perseonn/SMT/Wiki/D10907Angel.jpg kinky BDSM getup]], and in some games they wear [[http://media.giantbomb.com/uploads/3/31815/1540629-angel_super.jpg nothing below the waist at all!]]
** Many of the [[CuteMonsterGirl demon girls]] in the ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTensei'' series exhibit this to varying degrees, most notable [[http://megamitensei.wikia.com/wiki/Ishtar Ishtar]], [[http://megamitensei.wikia.com/wiki/Scathach Scathach]], and [[http://megamitensei.wikia.com/wiki/Undine Undine]].
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}: FES'' notably lampshades this trope. For the most part, female characters wear their school uniforms during the Dark Hour, however some unique costumes can be found which change the model of the character who wears them. A 'High-cut Armor' is described as 'Armor that looks like a bikini', and sure enough, if equipped on a female character, they will verbally acknowledge the ridiculousness of it. Later in the game, all of the main character's swimsuits become available for purchase from the police station, for the modest sum of 300,000 yen.
* The adverts and home page for ''[[http://pwi.perfectworld.com/ Perfect World International]]'' seem to become more stripperiffic with every new expansion. The in-game armour for females doesn't seem to fare much better, with the ChainmailBikini predominating for nearly every race and class.
* Most female player characters from ''VideoGame/{{Sacred}}''. Special mention goes to [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Seraphim]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Gladius}}'' has this for both sexes. It works perfectly for its combination of Roman gladiators and Norse vikings (both RealLife examples).
* Franchise/WildARMS in general tend to avert this trope, even avoiding form-hugging outfits to an extent and cladding its heroines rather modestly, a rarity for modern game franchises.
** Except the {{anim|atedAdaptation}}e. It's amazing Loretta's dress even stays on...
** Finally played straight with Rebecca Streisand's hot pants in ''VideoGame/{{Wild ARMs 5}}''.
* A lot of the female champions in ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' play this trope straight. The only real exceptions are [[TokenMiniMoe Annie]], [[{{Shorttank}} Poppy]], [[LadyOfWar Irelia]], [[SamusIsAGirl Kayle]], [[CloudCuckooLander Lulu]], [[SmallGirlBigGun Tristana]], [[MagicalGirl Lux]], [[{{Ojou}} Karma]], [[BrokenBird Riven]], Fiora and possibly [[MusicalAssassin Sona]], depending on whether or not you count an ImpossiblyLowNeckline revealing [[MostCommonSuperpower amazing cleavage]] as stripperiffic. And surprisingly given her MsFanservice status, [[{{Kitsune}} Ahri]] merely wears a short-but-not-that-short skirt and shows some cleavage…and her alternate skins are all ''less'' revealing.
** Ashe is thoroughly ExposedToTheElements.
** [[BlowYouAway Janna]] practically fights in a bikini.
** Under her cape, [[MasterOfIllusion LeBlanc]] similarly wears a 1-piece swimsuit.
** [[CombatSadomasochist Evelynn]] effectively dresses in bondage gear, complete with spikes.
** [[BountyHunter Miss Fortune]] looks like a pirate-themed stripper.
** [[HighlyVisibleNinja Akali]] and Soraka both prominently display {{Sideboob}} and nice thighs.
** [[FallenAngel Morgana]] basically wears a long skirt and a bra.
** [[TheSheriff Caitlyn]] wears a minidress and [[TooManyBelts a few extraneous belts.]]
*** Her Officer skin makes her look like a police-themed stripper.
** [[PrecisionGuidedBoomerang Sivir]] does not wear pants, just a [[ThongOfShielding leather bikini-skirt thing]] with copious ass on display.
** [[JunglePrincess Nidalee]] wears only a FurBikini.
** [[KnifeNut Katarina]] dresses in revealing black leather.
** Her sister [[GorgeousGorgon Cassiopeia]] wears only a bikini top and some kind of... thingy around her hips.
** [[OurMonstersAreDifferent Anivia]] is another exception. While technically completely naked, the effect is somewhat spoiled by her being [[ThePhoenix a giant bird made entirely of ice.]]
** Several of the male champions wear [[ShirtlessScene rather revealing outfits]] as well.
*** Pantheon in particular, wearing at most an opera cape, some briefs, and a helmet. He is based on the Spartans from 300, after all.
** And of course, all champions have several alternate skins, some more and some less revealing than their normal ones.
** [[AffirmativeActionGirl Leona]] and {{Va|mpireHunter}}yne, for example, avert this trope in most of their skins, but both have one alternate skin that play this trope straight.
** [[GaiasVengeance Zyra]] doesn't so much wear clothing as have a kind of bodysuit made of plant material, combining BodyPaint and FormFittingWardrobe. Then again, she's not exactly human...
** [[AxCrazy Jinx]] wears short shorts, a bikini top, boots, and ammunition. And that's it.
* The Queen of Thorns from ''VideoGame/{{Demigod}}'' is completely naked, with only a few brambles growing over her delicate areas preventing the game from getting rated for adults only.
* In ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaWarriorWithin'' both the Empress of Time (to some degree) and especially her servant Shahdee wear something that is only a distant poor relative of clothes.
* [[ChainmailBikini Common]] for female [[FighterMageThief warriors]] in ''{{Rift}}''; less so for other classes. Also common among {{N|onPlayerCharacter}}PCs; Asha Catari, for example, seems to take pride in her {{Power Tattoo}}s. And there are plenty of {{Walking Shirtless Scene}}s scattered around the game world, too.
* The [[MassivelyMultiplayerOnlineRolePlayingGame K-MMO]] ''VideoGame/{{TERA}}'' is already famous (or infamous) for this.
* Shiki in ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' wears a crop top and short jacket, along with a very short, low-cut skirt. [[spoiler:Her real self, though, averts this completely.]]
* Not only isn't the defense-power of clothes in ''VideoGame/S4League'' completely unrelated to how much of the body is covered, the only parts giving any defense at all are [[ThongOfShielding pants]] and hair...
* Virginia in ''VideoGame/MillionKnightsVermillion''.
* Franchise/TheElderScrolls games let you strip your character down to their underwear, with females wearing a fur bra and panties. However, most [=NPCs=] won't take you seriously when you're naked; most will refuse to speak with you while you're in this state of undress, except to tell you to put some clothes on.
** There actually is a topless bar in Morrowind, though. It only matters if you're part of the Fighters Guild (a quest requires you to collect money from the owner), though you can still go in and talk to the characters regardless of whether or not you're performing the quest. If you stay long enough, the girls on stage start doing a little dance (though this is a rare occurrence).
** The cover art for Arena, the first game in the series, features a female warrior in the smallest bikini possible- even though no such "armor" appears in the game itself.
** The games from Morrowind onward allow user-made mods of all sorts. Needless to say, the modding community ran wild with this, on top of body replacement mods with full nudity.
* ''VideoGame/HuntedTheDemonsForge'': It seems female characters aren't allowed armor.
* ''VideoGame/{{Gradius}}'''s spin off, ''VideoGame/{{Otomedius}}'', takes a MoeAnthropomorphism trope to a new level. CoolShip like Vic Viper and Lord British are now Stripperiffic women wearing spacesuits that do not even cover their breasts properly. Given that the artist was the same one doing ''Manga/SgtFrog'', [[{{Fanservice}} it's not surprising.]]
* ''Magical Mysteries: Path of the Sorceress'' has the PC clad in a spaghetti-strap sheer top and thong bottom which would look much more appropriate in a Victoria's Secret fantasy lingerie show. Slightly justified as she ''is'' a sorceress, but when all of the (undead) bosses so far have been both male/sexless and dressed in full armor or robes...
* ''VideoGame/{{Skullgirls}}'' has quite a few. The main ones are Cerebella, Ms. Fortune, and Valentine. At least Ms. Fortune is a {{justified|Trope}} example, in that her fighting style involves removing and reattaching her limbs and this would be somewhat inconvenient ''without'' skimpy clothing (though this doesn't excuse her Underboobs). Cerebella and ''especially'' Valentine, however, have no excuses.
* Forsworn armor in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' turns into a FurBikini on female characters.
* Kainé helps ''VideoGame/NieR'' fight Shades wearing what amounts to some bandages and lacy lingerie. [[spoiler: Justified and deconstructed; she dresses that way because of body-image issues from being half-Shade and intersexed.]]
-->'''Nier:''' [[LampshadeHanging Why is that woman going around in her underwear!?]]
* ''VideoGame/RustyHearts'': Natasha's default outfit is a small jacket over a cleavage-and-[[BareYourMidriff midriff-baring]] [[OfCorsetsSexy corset]] and a miniskirt, and some other options take it UpToEleven. Meilin defaults to a qipao minidress with sideboob. Roselle has a tiny top with underboob and a bottom that can't decide if it wants to be panties or [[WhoWearsShortShorts hotpants]]. Angela stands out by averting this with a full if sleeveless blouse and knee-length skirt.
* When the goddesses of ''VideoGame/{{Neptunia}}'' enter Hard Drive Divinity mode, they switch into outfits that are significantly more revealing than their everyday attire. Most noteworthy would have to be [[http://hyperdimensionneptunia.wikia.com/wiki/Vert Vert]] and [[http://hyperdimensionneptunia.wikia.com/wiki/Uni Uni]]. [[http://hyperdimensionneptunia.wikia.com/wiki/CFW_Magic CFW Magic]] ups the ante more.
** [[http://hyperdimensionneptunia.wikia.com/wiki/Chika_Hakozaki Chika Hakozaki's dress]] doesn't show as much as the outfits of the aforementioned characters, but still manages to not leave so much to the imagination.
** Noire's HDD outfit in the third game reveals slightly more than it did in the original; Neptune's doesn't change very much, but the abdomen part is now [[http://images.wikia.com/hyperdimensionneptunia/images/f/f9/Neptuniav12-1-.jpg mostly transparent]]. Additionally, Noire's regular dress ditches the cleavage, but shows off midriff and ZettaiRyouiki instead.
*** Street musician 5pb. is guilty of midriff as well.
** In actuality, all playable characters with DLC swimsuit outfits could be this.
* Reika, the PlayerCharacter of ''VideoGame/TimeGal'', is barely dressed. Somehow, she's able to make it through the ice age without freezing to death.
* Solange from ''VideoGame/CodeOfPrincess''. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d when two soldiers mistake her for a prostitute.
* Let's see...in ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', we have [[http://img4.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111115193033/s__/sengokubasara/images/8/82/Sengoku-basara-chronicle-heroes-nohime.jpg Nohime]], who provides the game's entry into ShesGotLegs, while her style-{{Expy}} [[http://i.imgur.com/FnHmQlv.jpg Magoichi Saika]] is full on BareYourMidriff with a side of [[OfCorsetsSexy corsets]], and [[http://img3.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20111115194801/s__/sengokubasara/images/f/f3/Sengoku-basara-chronicle-heroes-kasuga.jpg Kasuga]] is a 'ninja' with AbsoluteCleavage that goes all the way down to her crotch, we kid you not. On the male side of things, there is no way that Yukimura should get away with [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/yukimura_9446.jpg this]] in a Sengoku-era battlefield.
* Just to rub it in, ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'' also has Noh showing [[ShesGotLegs legs]] and [[AbsoluteCleavage cleavage]] in spades. Neither Kai, Nene, nor Kunoichi are little better, since the last one [[BareYourMidriff shows even more skin than the first two]]. Newcomer Naotara Ii isn't helping matters either. The men's side of things is held up this time by Motochika Chosokabe, who is shooting for some kind of goth/rock star/sex god visual effect.
* ''VideoGame/ScarletBlade'' the game only features female classes who only wear [[UpToEleven super stripperiffic]] outfits.
* Unusually for a Mario game, the princesses in ''VideoGame/MarioStrikers'' have rather revealing clothing.
* In ''VideoGame/BatenKaitos'', Savyna double subverts this. She looks like she's wearing very skintight clothing but it's just a side-effect of the character models in general being a little thinner than the official art; in which her clothing actually appears somewhat bulkier - especially around the arms. Given that she's a fist-fighter, this makes sense. [[ShesGotLegs Her legs]], [[DoubleSubversion however]], are just as shown-off in her art as they are in-game.
* Lampshaded in ''VideoGame/ProjectXZone''. Whenever a villain wearing an overly revealing outfit is introduced, Frank West will take a picture of her and a pink "O" along with the words "Perfect! - Erotica" will appear over the character, just like in ''VideoGame/DeadRising'', the game Frank [[{{Crossover}} crossed over]] from.
* ''VideoGame/{{Sudeki}}'' had this in droves, which the advertising campaign took full advantage of. The main female character, Ailish, has a default outfit that consists of a very small breastplate and a pair of short shorts, with boots and high stockings. She is featured prominently on the box art. Her outfit, while still form-fitting, becomes less revealing over the game. Buki, on the other hand, has an outfit that evolves into a ThongOfShielding by the end of the game.
* ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}} spoofs this in the ''Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep'' DLC. One of the missions is to find a suit of armor for Ellie. Naturally, the first armor piece you find is a metal bikini top. Ellie promptly complains about how useless it is, and gives an optional objective to "find less atrociously sexist armor". When you find said armor, the item description is "Sturdy and protective (like armor, you know, should be)."
* In ''VideoGame/PlanetSide 2'', the female soldiers of the [[MachineWorship Vanu Sovereignty]] all wear [[LatexSpaceSuit skin-tight spandex]]. On the other hand, said skin-tight latex is [[StupidSexyFlanders also worn by male soldiers]]. Infiltrators from all empires in both games wear skin-tight suits, regardless of gender. Averted for other armor, which aside from a protruding chest plate, is pretty much identical to male armor. [[PoweredArmor MAX suits]] come in one-size-fits-all.
* Morgan, the bikini-clad archer in ''{{VideoGame/Aquapazza}}''. It gets lampshaded a few times. Sasara's valkyie cosplay armor and the school festival bikini in her ending aren't very practical, either.
* [[MsFanservice Ruby]] in ''Omega Five'' wears a {{thong|OfShielding}} [[OfCorsetsSexy corset]], [[StockingFiller stockings w/garters]], high heels, and a translucent ShowgirlSkirt, with a jacket on top.
* Linda, Shun, and Evil Marian in ''VideoGame/DoubleDragonNeon''.
* Tanya Winters from ''VideoGame/SaintsRow'' wears only a bra, a miniskirt and stockings. Justified as being a former hooker who clawed and slept her way to the top.
* In the UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}} FightingGame ''Dangerous Streets'', the outfits of the two female fighters, Luisa and Lola, reveal inordinate amounts of skin, which is only emphasized by the BoobsAndButtPose they often assume.
* In ''VideoGame/{{Gladiatrix}}'', many armours and clothing the titular gladiatrix can wear expose lots of skin.
* The main character in ''Totem Tribe'' is clad in a leopard-print knee-length slit skirt which shows a great deal of leg and a breast band which covers her nipple area and very little else.
* Ivo the elf in ''The Book of Unwritten Tales'' wears knee-high boots, short shorts and a very brief vest which just about covers her breasts in front and vees drastically in back.
* In ''VideoGame/KultHereticKingdoms'', the outfit worn by the protagonist in drawn artwork (such as in the game intro) is basically [[FashionableAsymmetry half a miniskirt]], a [[ChainmailBikini metal bra]], and some straps. In-game, players can choose various starting outfits for her, all of which are on the revealing side (e.g. a minimalist MinidressOfPower). However, you do find some actual armour to wear fairly quickly once gameplay begins.
* In ''Amazing Princess Sarah'', the title character has a cleavage-bearing outfit with a ShowgirlSkirt and stockings, and the [[HornyDevils succubus]] antagonists have even more revealing attire.
* ''VideoGame/UncommonTime'' averts this for the main cast, but the elemental spirits tend to wear very revealing outfits -- particularly Bravura, who appears to be in her underwear. Scherzo also wears a LeotardOfPower. Averted with Poetica and Luminoso, who wear full dresses.
* ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'', some of the female armors stand out because of this trope, they are Kirin Armor and Azul Armor. Female armor sets in general have a 20-40% chance of being this, but there are also a lot of Battle Ballgowns and everything in between to boot. Some sets, like the Bone armor, are skimpy even on male hunters.
* ''VideoGame/BodyHarvest'': Daisy's revealing outfit, which looks like it came straight out of ''Metal Hurlant''. However, since she's MissionControl for most of the game it's not on display that much.

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* No longer active, but there's a webcomic out there named ''WebComic/ChainmailBikini''. Which became an ArtifactTitle when the character died (and the player opted to roll up a new character instead of accepting a resurrection), but the titular object certainly fit the concept; it offered a slight charisma bonus at the expense of reduced AC. On a ''paladin''.
* Completely averted in ''Webcomic/ChasingTheSunset''. All the female characters wear practical everyday clothing which generally bares just the arms and lower legs. Clothing for special events is slightly more revealing; clothing for combat is heavier.
* In ''WebComic/CKarrus'' [[MsFanservice Juline's]] clothes don't cover much, and several other characters including [[FanserviceExtra background characters]] don't wear a lot either, while some are completely nude. Nudity appears to not be a taboo in this world for men or women alike.
* Averted ''Webcomic/CwynhildsLoom''. Women on Mars dress modestly, and Cwyn dresses more like the male characters.
* When Sam and Jan of ''Day by Day'' aren't wearing ''really'' [[http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/2002/11/04 tight]] and [[http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/2006/10/05 short dresses]] they're in [[http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/200211/30 spandex exercise outfits]], [[http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/2006/10/12 bikinis]] or [[http://www.daybydaycartoon.com/2006/10/08 their undies]].
* ''Webcomic/DungeonDamage'' has Cat, a rich SpoiledBrat and part-time thrillseeking thief who dresses outrageously (by Medieval Venician standards) but finds that what looks good isn't very practical, as when she winds up on a mountaintop in a blizzard in a midriff-and-cleavage baring vest.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Endstone}}'', played with because [[http://endstone.net/comic/4-14-2/ the years have not been kind to Matilda]]. Also, Colindra has become "stripperiffic" after [[http://endstone.net/comic/issue-2-webpage-26/ many years have passed.]]
* Golden Jane and Iron Jane from ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes''. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d in [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/eddurd/everydayheroes/series.php?view=single&ID=134033 this strip]].
* ''Webcomic/{{Freakangels}}'' has Arkady... a character that is bald, and wears a white loose as hell tank top, is barefoot, and for a bottom, wears a see-thru long patchwork skirt with no underwear. However, her vagina isn't drawn in, but one of the other characters does finally comment on it saying, "I wish you'd put something on under that..." In volume 2 and onward, Arkady now wears a tighter tank top and panties under her see-thru patchwork skirt. It was actually a bunch of fans that requested the change, as it made them uneasy.
* Zeetha from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius''. {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d when she decides to instruct Agatha in the warrior's art, [[LesYay dressing her in the skimpy novice's costume]]. And it's a cold morning. But Agatha soon has [[TrainingFromHell other things to worry about]].
* Many male and female characters in ''Webcomic/{{Glorianna}}'' dress this way, [[http://www.webcomicsnation.com/jkcarrier/glorianna/series.php?view=single&ID=172564 including a few who probably shouldn't.]]
* [[http://teenagedragon.webcomic.ws/comics/17/ The majority]] of [[http://teenagedragon.webcomic.ws/comics/83/ Steely Dan's]] outfits from ''Webcomic/HowToRaiseYourTeenageDragon''. Though it's less sexy and more straight-up creepy…
* ''WebComic/{{Kagerou}}'': [[http://www.electric-manga.com/20/03.html "Quick topic change, but do you own any pants that actually cover your ass?"]]
* Distracterella from the ''Webcomic/LeagueOfSuperRedundantHeroes'' has the [[DistractedByTheSexy ability to be distracting]] as her superpower. Part of it manifests in her costume, which is effectively black latex BodyPaint with 3 brightly colored stars acting as {{Censor Box}}es -- in effect, she is drawn nude except for said stars. Amusingly, about the only one the power works on is the ''reader'', it's not shown to do anything in-universe other than make her MsFanservice.
** And in an amusing case of IKnewIt -- it is not ''effectively'' black latex body paint, it '''is''' [[http://superredundant.com/?p=299 body paint]], something that was not spelled out (and was a plot twist) until after this entry was added.
* The booth babes at the mad scientist conference in ''Webcomic/{{Narbonic}}'': Three are shown in various degrees of skimpy outfit, then "Look - Gluon Girl! Her name describes the amount of clothing she wears ''and'' the way she wears it!"
* [[http://nerfnow.com/comic/61 Engie-tan]] of ''Webcomic/NerfNow'' has some ''major'' wardrobe malfunctions. Actually, that goes for [[http://nerfnow.com/comic/92 any]] of the female characters.
* Parodied in [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0675.html this]] ''[[Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick Order of the Stick]]'' comic.
** [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0711.html Aton: Supporting unrealistic expectations of what a female adventurer should look like since the art in First Edition.]]
* Pinky, the title girl from ''[[http://www.pinkyta.com Pinky TA]]'', wears nothing but a short tank top, a belt, and a black thong.
* {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d very nicely in this ''Webcomic/RPGWorld'' [[http://rpgworldcomic.com/d/20030420.html strip.]]
* Huang Gai in ''Webcomic/SanThreeKingdomsComic''... always appears completely butt naked. When ArtEvolution kicks in and he is changed into his ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors 6'' attire, he still has time to make his lower half completely Stripperiffic too.
* Parodied in the ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' story arc "Years of Yarncraft", where Zoe is upset that every single female character design in an MMORPG is petite, well-endowed, and wears a Stripperiffic outfit... even the slime monsters.
* Most of the female heroes' and sidekicks' costumes in ''Webcomic/{{Sidekicks}}''. The villain Iblis probably wins with her AbsoluteCleavage outfit though.
* The title character from ''Webcomic/SparklingGenerationValkyrieYuuki'' wears clothes that look like they're painted on... [[spoiler:because they're alive. Sort of.]]
** Freya wears clothing into combat that must be glued on.
* The impracticality of the trope is lampshaded on [[http://krakowstudios.com/spinnerette/2010/12/03/12032010/ this]] page of ''Webcomic/{{Spinnerette}}''.
* Also satired in ''Webcomic/{{Supermegatopia}}'', in which a group of former superheroes and superheroines with names like "Topless Lass", "The Tease", and "[[GagPenis Long Tom]]" form the [[http://www.supermegatopia.com/profiles/profiles.php?thisLink=allstrippersquadron.txt All-Stripper Squadron]] and use their powers in a more profitable manner than fighting crime.
* Moira Weir in ''Webcomic/TalesOfGnosisCollege'' wears a swimsuit that surely counts as such. [[spoiler:And soon, she loses even that.]]
* [[http://oglaf.com/newmodelarmy/ Deconstructed and reconstructed in this Oglaf comic,]] while invoking ArmorIsUseless as the reason.
* ''Webcomic/{{Terinu}}'''s females are sensibly dressed most of the time. Then there's Ninetta, a six-foot tall alien who likes to walk around in daisy dukes, crop tops and bare foot whenever she can get away with it. Also there's Gwen, who favors tight jeans and crop tops as well, though she is fifteen and a stereotypical fashion obsessed teenager. Even she draws the line when she's [[GoGoEnslavement made a slave girl and forced to wear an "Exotic Dancer Barbie" outfit]] though.
* The title character of ''Webcomic/TheChallengesOfZona'''s usual outfit is a leather version of Red Sonja's chainmail bikini plus a gold torc. Her sister Tula dresses comparatively modest in a halter top and tight pants with cutouts but still qualifies IMHGO.
* ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' has [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/VolTurn.html Princess Voluptua.]] 'Nuff said.
* ''WebComic/TooMuchInformation'': The protagonist's shoulder devil, [[http://tmi-comic.com/2007/02/26/coping/ Cleo]], is a sexy demoness covered only by long tresses of flaming hair. His shoulder angel, Spooky, "copes" by switching to a feather bikini.

[[folder:Web Original]]
* Sarah references this in the ''WebVideo/{{lonelygirl15}}'' video "Am I A Criminal?": "If you're gonna B&E, you wanna bring the T&A!"
* FauxtivationalPoster: [[http://media.photobucket.com/image/female%20armor/rcas/Funny/Posters/motivational-poster-female-armor-sh.jpg "Pray the archers aim for the shiny parts."]]
** And many, many others as well.
* In ''WebVideo/TheGuild'', Codex and Tinkerballa dress quite normally. [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urNyg1ftMIU their avatars on the other hand...]]. Tink also wears a bikini in the opening episode of the final season. Then there's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMrN3Rh55uM this video]]
* In the ''Literature/WhateleyUniverse'', Mega-Girl wears a teeny Supergirl/Power Girl kind of costume that shows off a ton of skin. And she wears it almost ''all'' the time. Phase has seen her studying in her dorm room, in her costume. There's a [[GenderBender reason why.]]
** And lampshaded repeatedly, like the time Gloriana had to wear her costume in Boston in the middle of winter, and discovered one of the downsides to an outfit that's basically a maillot and boots. Plus, there are classes on costume design and such at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]]. They're taught by a little old lady in a floor-length dress and a shawl.
* Parodied in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7O6rxb9XO1Y Picnicface's NFL Crunchtime video]]. "Choose your cheerleaders' outfits on a sliding scale of lewdness!"
* ''WebVideo/{{Immersion}}'' [[http://roosterteeth.com/archive/?id=1802 tested]] what would happen to two women who actually tried fighting in video game costumes. A male equivalent was also provided but he never seemed to get past being prepped by one of the female techs.
* The electrified-whip wielding heroine Lilywatt from the blog-novel ''Literature/FlyoverCity!'' eventually goes undercover as a stripper (but only because the plot demanded she do so).
* One Website/DeviantArt artist's examples of [[http://reaper78.deviantart.com/art/Concept-Human-Male-Warrior-209789119?q=gallery%3Areaper78%2F12385030&qo=2 male]] and [[http://reaper78.deviantart.com/art/Concept-Human-Female-Thief-209789371?q=gallery%3Areaper78%2F12385030&qo=1 female]] human fighters
* In a male example, WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic has a teensy skirt on in ''WebVideo/SuburbanKnights''. The man has ''fantastic'' legs, but Lupa needs to teach him how to bend like a lady and in battle he's desperately trying to stop it riding up.
* *Ahem.* Mrs. SantaClaus in [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ge2G8z8fjnE Skyrim's Slutty Christmas]], anyone?
** The there's the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZ9WuNvjixo female armor samples]]
* Buzzfeed put together a rare example that also includes males in the amusingly-named "[[http://www.buzzfeed.com/erinchack/times-people-barely-wore-clothes-to-the-vmas 13 Times People Barely Wore Clothes To The VMAs]]." "({{N|otSafeForWork}}SFWish outfits)"
* Scarlet in ''WebVideo/FalloutNukaBreak'' get several stripperiffic outfits throughout the series. In the original movie it's a BareYourMidriff top and short-shorts. Through the first season and first half of the second it's a different midriff baring top with tight pants before switching to a [[PimpedOutDress pimped out, by Wasteland standards anyway wedding dress]] with seriously low cleavage.
* Averted in ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'', that mostly happens inside a MMORPG. It may have something to do with the fact that the actors of the original webseries have to shoot actual fighting scenes while wearing the costumes. A nod is made to the existence of such outfits in a Season 1 episode, during which the then-only female character doesn't seem to like the idea of wearing one very much. Some the comic's background characters prove the trope is actually alive and well for some of the game's female avatars.
* In ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'''s "Comicbook/{{Rogue}} vs. Franchise/WonderWoman" match, [[DeconstructedTrope this is argued as a disadvantage for Wonder Woman]], as Rogue possesses the ability to steal powers on skin contact and Wonder Woman quite famously wears a very revealing outfit. [[spoiler:Sure enough, because there's no preparation time or pre-fight knowledge in Death Battles, Wonder Woman doesn't know about Rogue's power and easily falls victim to this, allowing Rogue to kill her.]]
* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', ''all'' the Custodes are this, even [[TwentyFourHourArmor Little Kitten]] at one time. The least clothed being the trio called the Fabulous Custodes [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure (Karstodes, Custodisi, and Whammudes)]] wear only loincloths and hearty amount of body oil, though a [[LargeHam nameless one]] based on Diavolo (Custodevolo?) at least wears a pair of pants.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The title character of ''WesternAnimation/AeonFlux''. Her usual costume is a black vinyl sports bra, a matching ''chastity belt'', and thigh-high stripper boots. And there's ample evidence that all Monicans dress this way. A woman attending 2011 Comic Con was asked to leave by police because her Aeon Flux costume was illegal! (it showed too much butt). She changed into a latex ''Franchise/StarWars'' uniform instead.
* Fire Nation clothing for girls in ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' seems to be default. See Ty Lee's normal outfit and Katara's Season 3 outfit, as well as Suki's in the later half of Season 3.
** This can at least be somewhat justified by season 3 taking place in the summer and that the fire nation seems to have a more tropical climate than the other nations.
** Also, the Fire Nation itself is on a series of volcanic islands, some still active. Most of the mainland is taken up by the large volcano in the middle. It's gotta be pretty hot.
* On ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'', the Martian Queen wears a metal bra, an incredibly sheer skirt, slit up the side to [[ShesGotLegs show off her gams]], and absolutely no evidence of the standard bikini bottoms that usually accompany such a sci-fi outfit.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'''s Zapp Brannigan. His tunic just ''barely'' covers his genitals... from the front. If he bends over or climbs a ladder, you're out of luck.
** A pair of random pedestrians in the first episode, as Fry goes flying out of the transport tube and hits a building. The couple in question are both wearing what looks to be laminated plastic, fully clear except for the black stripes covering their inappropriate parts.
** Speaking of which, there are apparently black bar generators that create... floating black bars so that blurnsball players don't have to cover up while in the locker room.
** Whenever Amy Wong is wearing something other than her default sweatsuit, it's usually pretty stripperiffic; while Leela typically inverts the trope by dressing fairly conservatively. Reversed in "Jurassic Bark", where Leela and Amy are wearing exercise gear: Amy's is a conservative leotard-and-tights outfit; but Leela's is a seriously FetishFuel black leotard consisting mostly of narrow straps and large cut-outs. Her attempt to tear it off later in the episode gives a nice {{Underboobs}} effect.
** Leela's superhero outfit as Clobberella in "Less Than Hero" also qualifies; and is suitably {{lampshade|Hanging}}d.
-->'''Turanga Munda:''' You're a superhero? Well that's wonderful! But did you have to make the costume so revealing?
* The WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague has the in-universe media give Franchise/WonderWoman flack for her armor, which admittedly ''does'' show a lot of skin.
* Brenda from ''WesternAnimation/PerfectHairForever'', as a parody of female anime leads falling under the trope, wears a SailorFuku that's at her waist. And nothing "under" that skirt save for [[ThongOfShielding a very small white thong.]]
* The first outfit of Ahsoka Tano from ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'' consisted of a tiny tube-top, and a {{Dangerously Short|Skirt}} [[ProperTightsWithASkirt Skirt]]. Her second out-fit is much more reserved, but still is a SexyBacklessOutfit, with a CleavageWindow, and her tights have diamond shaped cutouts on their outer sides.
* Creator/StanLee's ''WesternAnimation/{{Stripperella}}''. What can be more Stripperiffic than an actual stripper who dresses ''like a stripper'' to fight crime?
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'' gives us [[spoiler:Cookie [=BaBoom=] and her suicide belt bikini she uses in her plot to assassinate Mayor Tilton - and then the Mask gives her a much needed ShamefulStrip]].
* Spoofed and lampshaded in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' in their parody of ''Film/FantasticVoyage''. Homer, Bart and Lisa all have standard scuba diving suits - while Marge's is a bikini that pushes up her boobs. She complains about hers being more revealing than everyone else's. Later on she also suffers ClothingDamage when white blood sells attack her, noting that "at least they know when to stop".
* Dr. Mrs. The Monarch's prototype outfit in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' Lampshaded twice by The Monarch, who even points out TheissTitillationTheory, and her Murderous Moppets who exclaim how they love hugging her in her new costume.
** When asked if she's afraid of, ahem, "spilling out" of her costume, Dr. Mrs. The Monarch notes that her breasts are taped to the costume.
** Compared to her old Queen Etherea costume, it's almost modest.
** The aptly-named Molotov Cocktease, whose outfit has a breast-baring and ass-baring slit up the front ''and'' back. Then again, her "off-duty" fashion sense doesn't scream subtle either.
* All the girls in ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama Island'', except Beth, Eva, Bridgette, Courtney and [=LaShawna=]. The only reason Beth and Eva aren't is because they aren't supposed to be appealing to men (Beth's a loser, Eva is a jock). [=LaShawna=] is supposed to be more sensible than the rest of the girls, so she probably would not wear a close fitting outfit. Lindsay may be justified for looking like this in that she's a BrainlessBeauty, who probably would not care if she was bleeding to death, as long as she looked good.
* Who cares that they're robots a minimum of 10 feet tall? With ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' like Elita One, Arcee and Blackarachnia, you can ''still'' see exactly where their clothes would be. Even though, being robots, they don't actually wear clothes. Hell, G1 Arcee has more armour on her shoulders than she has on her legs. This gets taken to disturbing extents in the comics -- Chromia at one point has a molded ''thong'' on her body. Also, Thunderblast of ''Anime/TransformersCybertron''.
** Ah, Thunderblast... fun fact- the animators rendered a set of human breasts as part of the CGI model even though they aren't seen... well, except for a few frames here and there that got slipped in.
* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', Amalia's attire for trekking all over the world consists of a FlowerInHerHair, a small top [[BareYourMidriff baring her midriff]], plus a tiny skirt and leg warmers apparently made of leaves ([[DoesNotLikeShoes with no shoes]]). Granted, most of her people, the Sadida, doesn't wear much (maybe [[PlantPerson they need it for photosynthesis?]]). However, Amalia is otherwise supposed to be a fashion-conscious princess, but [[LimitedWardrobe never keeps new clothes]]. And if that wasn't Stripperiffic, there was an episode where they went shopping. The outfit was covered by the scenery but Eva refers to Amalia's new outfit as "[[TakeOurWordForIt revealing]]".
* The ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' girls' outfits fall under this, especially the Enchantix costumes. Oddly, season four's Believix costumes cover more, but some of the girl's casual clothes are quite risque. And then, in the second half of the same season, the Sophix transformation gives them more revealing outfits once again. Just look at [[http://images2.fanpop.com/image/photos/13100000/Winx-Sophix-the-winx-club-13123429-512-384.jpg Flora]]. Her top looks like a couple of leaves sewn together, ''and'' it's backless! And the only thing holding down Aisha's [[MagicSkirt miniskirt]] is magic. Averted with Musa, whose Sophix covers more than any of their other outfits (with her enchantix being the most revealing).
** Tecna's outfits have gotten progressively more Stripperiffic as the series went on, starting out with a full bodysuit, then a pretty, sort of tech-looking tube top and skirt, and now her even less covering Sophix (the outfits have also gotten less sci-Fi looking, which is [[FridgeLogic odd since she is a fairy whose element is technology]]. The last one even has flowers on it!
** Stella's first "everyday" outfit (Season One and at least half of Season Two) was worse. Her skirt was just barely long enough to cover her crotch, and her shirt looked like a bikini top with a collar, albeit one that had torn and needed to be tied together to keep her breasts from showing (since there was really no way she was hiding a bra underneath it). And this was something she wore at some point in almost every episode too. Apparently, the artists eventually realized this because every main outfit for Stella afterwards up until season six was a mini-dress. Now, in season six, her main outfit is a skirt, seemingly only to fit in with the "school uniform" style.
* Considering it was a kids' cartoon, the early '90s ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' series allowed some characters to get pretty darn Stripperiffic, and combined it with some great angles.
** It didn't help that the coloring of Jean Grey's outfit made it sometimes hard to know which part were skin and which part were from the outfit.
** Neither did the coloring for Sabretooth's outfit. Half the time it looked like he was plain moonlighting us.
** In ''WesternAnimation/WolverineAndTheXMen'', Emma Frost surprisingly survives Adaption Decay in almost every possible way... including her extremely revealing outfit. Plus, she has a sexy UsefulNotes/{{British Accent|s}} to boot. God bless them.

[[folder:Real Life]]
* This trope seems to be [[http://www.buzzfeed.com/erinchack/times-people-barely-wore-clothes-to-the-vmas something of a tradition]] at the {{Creator/MTV}} Video Music Awards.
* Celtic Warriors, at least according to Roman accounts often [[FullFrontalAssault went into battle naked]] and painted with woad. (This served a practical purpose: it freaked the Romans out. In addition, if fibers get into an open wound, it gets really easily infected. No clothing, no fibers. No fibers, no infection.)
** Woad is highly irritating, has only been associated with the ancient Celts since 17th century English authors made up that bit of fantasy, and the Romans borrowed chainmail from the Celts.
** The Celtic expies that Kahlan has her small force imitate in order to scare a really large force of D'harans in the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' do something similar, except they are painted white and go into battle... aroused. Kahlan strips down and paints herself white too to ensure the latter occurs.
** The Maori do one better. Maori men not only went into battle naked, but considered an erection a sign of courage.
* [[http://tacticalcorsets.com/ Tactical Corsets]]. Strictly speaking they are not Stripperiffic in themselves, but they do combine two pieces of club fetish wear (tactical vests and corsets) into a single piece.
* Ancient Minoan dresses were topless by default. To be more descriptive, the most common costumes for Minoan females consisted of two types: an every-day dress that consisted of a full, ankle-length skirt, and a loose, short-sleeved blouse which was fully open in the front; and a ceremonial dress consisting of a long, mulch-layered skirt, and a tight bodice cut to fully expose the breasts. Minoan women apparently didn't believe in hiding their assets.
** Minoan men hardly fared better. The common male garment consisted of a short white woolen kilt, often worn with a prominent codpiece. And that's pretty much it, except for an optional woolen cloak in inclement weather.
* Those who thought that people of recent history were uniformly prudish lot should see 18th century women's fashion that was imitated across Europe. Plunging necklines were a major part of the period fashion, and at times it deliberately left one, or even both nipples bare. Compare this to the attitude people had to Janet Jackson's "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7e6o1wRCbM wardrobe malfunction]]".
* Amusingly, lighter-skinned strippers generally avert this, dressing very modestly when off work, so as to avoid developing tan lines.
* [[http://eschergirls.tumblr.com/post/23732032973/remember-the-avengelyne-costume-where-its Superhero costume found in stripper supply store]].
* [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] costumes for young adults, and young women in particular, have increasingly taken on these characteristics since the TurnOfTheMillennium, to the point where some critics (and/or fans) of the practice have come to satirically dub the holiday "Slutoween".
** Mocked in [[http://www.theonion.com/graphic/top-halloween-costumes-women-18-34-7171 this graphic]] from ''Website/TheOnion''.