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* In ''Film/TheCompleatAl'', after Al signs a contract with Ronzoni Records, his agent takes him costume-shopping to find Al's "look". They go through a half-dozen musical {{Expy}}s before settling on the same Hawaiian shirt Al started with.


* Taylor Swift in her video for "[[https://youtu.be/VuNIsY6JdUw?t=36s You Belong with Me]]".

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* Taylor Swift in her video for "[[https://youtu.[[https://youtu.be/VuNIsY6JdUw?t=36s You "You Belong with Me]]".Me."]]


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* In the ''WesternAnimation/CaptainNTheGameMaster'' episode "The Trouble with Tetris," Lana's brother Lyle wants to prove he has what it takes to be a prince. This kicks off a TrainingMontage, part of which is dedicated to a costume test montage. An additional hurdle that is unique to this scenario, since they are on the world of Tetris, all the clothing is designed o fit people who are literally made of blocks. Kid Icarus is able to remedy this with [[TrickArrow an arrow with a sewing needle]] for the tip.


* ''Film/{{Xanadu|1980}}''. Sonny Malone takes Danny [=McGuire=] to the mall to get some new clothes and they have a long song and dance number in which Danny tries them on.

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* ''Film/{{Xanadu|1980}}''. Sonny Malone takes Danny [=McGuire=] to the mall to get some new clothes and they have there's a long song and dance number in which Danny tries them on.on, set to ELO's "All Over The World".



* While he doesn't actually ''wear'' any of the costumes he designs, Peter Parker goes through a costume desigining montage in the first ''Film/SpiderMan1'' movie.

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* While he doesn't actually ''wear'' any of the costumes he designs, Peter Parker goes through a costume desigining costume-designing montage in the first ''Film/SpiderMan1'' movie.

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* There's a brief one of these early in ''Webcomic/RealLifeComics'' when Tony and Dave find a costume change-up is in order. (Dave is less than thrilled with some of the choices.) Later, when Mae's picking out a new outfit for herself, she [[https://reallifecomics.com/comic.php?comic=january-15-2021 goes through a couple of choices, all of which the artist actually owns.]]

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* ''[[WesternAnimation/GarfieldSpecials Garfield's Thanksgiving]]'' has Jon go through a serious of outfits to try to find one to impress Liz when she comes over for Thanksgiving Dinner. Garfield rejects each outfit with a raspberry until Jon dresses "as himself" in a simple suit and tie (but forgets his pants).



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* The ''Literature/TheBerenstainBears'' book "Old Hat, New Hat" has Small Bear go through one of these while trying to find a new hat to wear, but finds a fault in every one he tries on. He ultimately decides the old hat he came in with is "just right" and leaves without buying anything, much to the Hat Store owner's annoyance.


* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has a short-story between volumes featuring Agatha trying various methods to control her cowlick. Being a [[MadScientist Spark]], the methods she uses get [[HilarityEnsues extreme]].


** This scene is parodied on the MTV Movie Awards. Jack Black, as Peter, makes the sketches with comments like "not gay enough". [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndl0oCGIRGI]]


* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': In the opening theme.

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* ''Film/Hitman1998'': One scene in a shopping mall involves newbie hitman, Fu (played b y Jet Li) going through a whole series of different clothing while determining the most "professional-looking" outfit a hitman should wear.

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* ''Film/Hitman1998'': One scene in a shopping mall involves newbie hitman, Fu (played b y by Jet Li) going through a whole series of different clothing while determining the most "professional-looking" outfit a hitman should wear.


** In ''Film/WonderWoman1984'', it's [[FishOutOfTemporalWater Steve Trevor]] doing a montage of 1980's fashions for Diana, who gets equally frustrated trying to get her lover an outfit they ''both'' agree he looks good in.

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** * In ''Film/WonderWoman1984'', it's [[FishOutOfTemporalWater Steve Trevor]] doing a montage of 1980's fashions for Diana, who gets equally frustrated trying to get her lover an outfit they ''both'' agree he looks good in.


* ''Film/FourWeddingsAndAFuneral'': Carrie trying on wedding dresses.
* In ''Film/{{Intouchables}}'', Philippe, before going to his date.
* Since the idea is to look like someone from society rather than a prostitute, the shopping montage from ''Film/PrettyWoman'' is an example of this trope.

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* %%* ''Film/FourWeddingsAndAFuneral'': Carrie trying on wedding dresses.
* %%* In ''Film/{{Intouchables}}'', Philippe, before going to his date.
* %%* Since the idea is to look like someone from society rather than a prostitute, the shopping montage from ''Film/PrettyWoman'' is an example of this trope.


* Ken does this for Franchise/{{Barbie}} in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.

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%% * Ken does this for Franchise/{{Barbie}} in ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3''.



* As seen in a video example below, ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAsRapunzel'' gives a magical montage of Rapunzel using her magic paintbrush to paint different dresses. Bonus points for her leitmotif playing in the background.

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* As seen in a video example below, ''WesternAnimation/BarbieAsRapunzel'' gives a magical montage of Rapunzel using her magic paintbrush to paint different dresses. Bonus points for her leitmotif playing in the background.

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* ''[[Anime/DoraemonNobitasSecretGadgetMuseum Doraemon: Nobita's Secret Gadget Museum]]'' have Doraemon losing his precious collar bell early in the film. Seeing Doraemon depressed, Nobita instead offers a bunch of alternative bells with the Costume Camera, ranging from Christmas bells, a banana, Buddhist temple bells, eggs, a chick and an Elizabethian collar. Doraemon is ''NOT'' amused.

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