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Playing With: Impossibly Tacky Clothes
Basic Trope: Bad clothes for a character, done on purpose with a justification.
  • Straight: The Token Human Hiro wears a strange rainbow outfit. All his friends are Fully Dressed Cartoon Animals, and naturally have different tastes in clothes and shoes.
  • Exaggerated: Hiro goes to a party and is mistaken for a decoration.
  • Downplayed: Hiro carries one item of clothing that is considered weird, but the rest looks pretty average.
  • Justified:
    • This is already a justification for WTH, Costuming Department?
    • Hiro is completely colorblind. While it looks good to him it is eye-scarring if you can see color.
  • Inverted: Impossibly Cool Clothes: Everyone likes Hiro's rainbow outfit.
  • Subverted: Hiro ditches his outfit after one battle.
  • Double Subverted: ...but after his second battle, he picks up another outfit that's even worse than the first!
  • Parodied: Hiro wears socks with sandals and everyone reacts like he is wearing the worst combination possible.
  • Zig Zagged: Hiro changes his clothes Once an Episode, sometimes looking ridiculously normal, sometimes with a costume that barely looks incredibly stupid.
  • Averted: ???
  • Enforced: ???
  • Lampshaded: "What the hell are you we wearing, Hiro?!"
  • Invoked: ???
  • Exploited: ???
  • Defied: Hiro refuses to wear such a ridiculous outfit.
  • Discussed: ???
  • Conversed: ???

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