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* EmbarrassingPyjamas: Pyjamas that a character is embarrassed by.

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* ThemedParty: Matching clothes or costumes with a particular theme are a staple of these parties.


* CostumeInertia: A character wears an out that they logically no longer need to wear.

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* CostumeInertia: A character wears an out outfit that they logically no longer need to wear.


* ShockCollar
* ShrunkInTheWash
* SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset
* SlaveCollar
* SpaceClothes
* StarSpangledSpandex
* SuitUpOfDestiny
* SuppressedMammaries
* SymbolMotifClothing
* TackyTuxedo
* TanLines
* TechnicallyNakedShapeshifter

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* ShockCollar
ShockCollar: A SlaveCollar that shocks whoever wears it when they do something undesirable.
* ShrunkInTheWash
ShrunkInTheWash: A piece of clothing gets smaller when splashed with water.
* SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset
SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset: Bones used as clothing or armor.
* SlaveCollar
SlaveCollar: A character wears a collar to show they're a slave.
* SpaceClothes
SpaceClothes: Characters wearing wacky clothes in space.
* StarSpangledSpandex
StarSpangledSpandex: A character wears clothing that appears to be made of stars from the night sky.
* SuitUpOfDestiny
SuitUpOfDestiny: TheHero puts on an important suit/costume for the first time.
* SuppressedMammaries
SuppressedMammaries: Tying down breasts to appear younger or male.
* SymbolMotifClothing
SymbolMotifClothing: A character wears a costume spamming a bunch of symbols, representing who they are.
* TackyTuxedo
TackyTuxedo: A character wears an old fashioned tuxedo to the prom or school dance.
* TanLines
TanLines: Where some parts of the skin are tanned while other parts (usually where clothes were worn) are not.
* TechnicallyNakedShapeshifterTechnicallyNakedShapeshifter: A shapeshifter whose clothes are part of their body.



* ThrowbackThreads
* TooManyBelts
* UnderdressedForTheOccasion
* UnlimitedWardrobe
* UselessAccessory
* UtilityBelt
* VirtualPaperDoll

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* ThrowbackThreads
ThrowbackThreads: When a character dons a uniform or costume from a previous era or arc.
* TooManyBelts
TooManyBelts: A character wears an outfit that is covered in belts.
* UnderdressedForTheOccasion
UnderdressedForTheOccasion: A character shows up to a formal occasion in casual clothing.
* UnlimitedWardrobe
UnlimitedWardrobe: A character who never wears the same outfit twice.
* UselessAccessory
UselessAccessory: Accessories with no functional purpose are consistently worn by a character.
* UtilityBelt
UtilityBelt: A belt that a character uses to hold all of their gadgets.
* VirtualPaperDollVirtualPaperDoll: A video game where you can change what a character's wearing.



* WardrobeFlawOfCharacterization
* WardrobeWound
* WeWillNotHavePocketsInTheFuture
* WearingAFlagOnYourHead

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* WardrobeFlawOfCharacterization
WardrobeFlawOfCharacterization: A character tries to dress well, but can't quite pull it off.
* WardrobeWound
WardrobeWound: Characters act like they have been wounded when their clothes get dirty or damaged.
* WeWillNotHavePocketsInTheFuture
WeWillNotHavePocketsInTheFuture: Futuristic outfits that don't have pockets.
* WearingAFlagOnYourHeadWearingAFlagOnYourHead: Flag designs on clothing, vehicles, and so forth.


* LimitedWardrobe
* LivingClothes
* LoafingInFullCostume
* {{Loincloth}}
* MagicalAccessory
* MagicallyRegeneratingClothing
* {{Meido}}
* MenswearGhetto
* MobBossSuitFitting
* MysticalHighCollar
* NecktieLeash
* NerdInEvilsHelmet
* NoDressCode
* NoNewFashionsInTheFuture
* NooseNecktie
* OfficialCosplayGear
* OneSizeFitsAll
* OutdatedOutfit
* OverallsAndGingham
* PajamaCladHero
* PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales
* ParentalFashionVeto
* PauperPatches
* PeopleInRubberSuits
* PersonWithTheClothing
* PlotPants
* PoppingButtons
* QuirkyGirlQuirkyTux
* RainbowPimpGear
* RecursiveCrossdressing
* RedSockRuinsTheLaundry
* RingAroundTheCollar
* RipTailoring
* RummageSaleReject

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* LimitedWardrobe
LimitedWardrobe: A character who wears the same outfit every day.
* LivingClothes
LivingClothes: Clothing that is brought to life.
* LoafingInFullCostume
LoafingInFullCostume: A character who does mundane things while dressed in a costume.
* {{Loincloth}}
{{Loincloth}}: Lower body underwear made of cloth or hides.
* MagicalAccessory
MagicalAccessory: An enchanted, magical accessory.
* MagicallyRegeneratingClothing
MagicallyRegeneratingClothing: Clothing that gets damaged is somehow repaired in the next scene.
* {{Meido}}
{{Meido}}: [[{{Moe}} Moe-ified]] female domestic servant.
* MenswearGhetto
MenswearGhetto: Video games that don't come with a variety of male clothing.
* MobBossSuitFitting
MobBossSuitFitting: An important, usually villainous, person continues conducting his business while being fitted for a suit.
* MysticalHighCollar
MysticalHighCollar: A high, flared collar worn by characters with mystical powers.
* NecktieLeash
NecktieLeash: A guy has his necktie yanked by his LoveInterest.
* NerdInEvilsHelmet
NerdInEvilsHelmet: A villain who seems imposing, but is actually nerdy.
* NoDressCode
NoDressCode: Characters in HighSchool get away with ridiculously revealing or inappropriate clothing.
* NoNewFashionsInTheFuture
NoNewFashionsInTheFuture: A series set in the future where the characters wear outfits resembling contemporary fashion.
* NooseNecktie
NooseNecktie: A character wears a length of rope around their neck that's been tied to resemble a hangman's knot.
* OfficialCosplayGear
OfficialCosplayGear: Costumes or accessories sold by a company based on their work.
* OneSizeFitsAll
OneSizeFitsAll: Clothing or armor that can be worn by anyone of any size.
* OutdatedOutfit
OutdatedOutfit: A character wears an outfit that is years out of style.
* OverallsAndGingham
OverallsAndGingham: An outfit that characters who live on a farm usually wear.
* PajamaCladHero
PajamaCladHero: A hero who is in their pajamas for most of the plot.
* PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales
PantslessMalesFullyDressedFemales: A female character who is usually more dressed than a male character.
* ParentalFashionVeto
ParentalFashionVeto: A parent forbids their child to wear clothes which are deemed "unsuitable".
* PauperPatches
PauperPatches: A character living in poverty is wearing clothes that are patched up.
* PeopleInRubberSuits
PeopleInRubberSuits: Monsters played by humans in costumes, sometimes [[SpecialEffectsFailure quite obviously]].
* PersonWithTheClothing
PersonWithTheClothing: A character who is referred to by a signature piece of clothing that they wear.
* PlotPants
PlotPants: A character has a different set of clothing for when they aren't doing anything plot related.
* PoppingButtons
PoppingButtons: When clothing doesn't fit, the buttons come off or won't button.
* QuirkyGirlQuirkyTux
QuirkyGirlQuirkyTux: an eccentric female character wears a slightly jaunty tuxedo or dinner jacket
* RainbowPimpGear
RainbowPimpGear: The game developers put different desirable bonuses on many varied clothing items.
* RecursiveCrossdressing
RecursiveCrossdressing: A character or actor disguises their gender.
* RedSockRuinsTheLaundry
RedSockRuinsTheLaundry: A single deep-colored fabric stains the whole wash with its tint.
* RingAroundTheCollar
RingAroundTheCollar: A character wears a necktie, necklace, or shirt collar that obscures part of their neck.
* RipTailoring
RipTailoring: Ripping a piece of clothing to make it better.
* RummageSaleRejectRummageSaleReject: Clothing that looks like it was randomly put together.



* SameClothesDifferentYear
* ShellBackpack

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* SameClothesDifferentYear
SameClothesDifferentYear: Clothing, usually an IconicOutfit, that the characters have worn since their younger years.
* ShellBackpackShellBackpack: An anthropomorphic turtle or armadillo wears clothing that covers only the front of their shell.


* ImpossiblyCoolClothes
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes
* IncongruouslyDressedZombie
* InstantCosplaySurprise
* InstantCostumeChange
* InstitutionalApparel
* ItsACostumePartyISwear
* JacobMarleyApparel
* JewelersEyeLoupe
* KillerOutfit
* KimonoIsTraditional
* LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine
* LadyInAPowerSuit
* LatexSpaceSuit

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* ImpossiblyCoolClothes
ImpossiblyCoolClothes: Clothing which does things which are not physically possible and looks too cool to be real.
* ImpossiblyTackyClothes
ImpossiblyTackyClothes: Clothing that is considered ridiculous and tacky.
* IncongruouslyDressedZombie
IncongruouslyDressedZombie: A zombie wears clothes that makes them stand out more than the other undead corpses seen.
* InstantCosplaySurprise
InstantCosplaySurprise: A character doesn't react to a costume their made to wear until it's all the way on.
* InstantCostumeChange
InstantCostumeChange: A character instantly changes from their regular clothes into a costume.
* InstitutionalApparel
InstitutionalApparel: Uniforms worn by prison inmates.
* ItsACostumePartyISwear
ItsACostumePartyISwear: A character is tricked into wearing a costume to a formal/casual dress party.
* JacobMarleyApparel
JacobMarleyApparel: A ghost shows up wearing the outfit they wore when they died.
* JewelersEyeLoupe
JewelersEyeLoupe: A small magnifying device worn over the eye to see tiny details closely.
* KillerOutfit
KillerOutfit: An outfit that kills whoever's wearing it.
* KimonoIsTraditional
KimonoIsTraditional: Wearing this outfit shows the character's old fashioned values.
* LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine
LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine: A scientist or medical doctor who wears a labcoat.
* LadyInAPowerSuit
LadyInAPowerSuit: A female character who is smart and tough, as well as dresses smart and tough.
* LatexSpaceSuitLatexSpaceSuit: A space suit that is exceptionally tight, form fitting, and flatteringly cut.


* CostumeExaggeration
* CostumeInertia
* CostumeTestMontage
* {{Costumer}}
* CraftedFromAnimals (can include clothing)
* {{Crossdresser}}
* CultureEqualsCostume
* DeliberatelyPainfulClothing
* DoomedNewClothes
* DorkInASweater
* DraggedIntoDrag
* DressCode
* DressCodedForYourConvenience
* DressUpEpisode
* DressedAllInRubber
* DressedInLayers
* DressesTheSame
* DressingToDie
* EarnedStripes
* EmbarrassingAnimalSuit
* EmbarrassingButEmpoweringOutfit
* EnclosedExtraterrestrials
* ExposedToTheElements
* ExpressiveAccessory
* ExpressiveShirt
* EyepatchAfterTimeSkip
* EyepatchOfPower
* FanserviceWithASmile
* FashionDesigner
* FashionDissonance
* FashionHurts
* FashionModel
* FashionableAsymmetry
* TheFashionista
* FashionsNeverChange
* FeatherBoaConstrictor
* FlungClothing
* ForcedIntoTheirSundayBest
* FullFrontalAssault
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
* FunTShirt
* FutureSpandex
* GadgetWatches
* GenderedOutfit
* GiantPoofySleeves
* GiantWaistRibbon
* TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper
* GoofySuit
* GorgeousGarmentGeneration
* GorgeousPeriodDress
* GratuitousUseOfTheTallit
* GravityIsAHarshSeamstress
* HawaiianShirtedTourist
* HazmatSuit
* HellBentForLeather
* HollywoodCostuming
* HollywoodDressCode
* HomemadeSweaterFromHell
* HypnoTrinket (many are something worn)
* IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable
* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim
* AnIceSuit
* IconicItem
* IconicOutfit

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* CostumeExaggeration
CostumeExaggeration: A character wears an outlandish version of a more well known outfit.
* CostumeInertia
CostumeInertia: A character wears an out that they logically no longer need to wear.
* CostumeTestMontage
CostumeTestMontage: A character tries on dozens of outfits until they find the right one.
* {{Costumer}}
{{Costumer}}: An alternative reality episode that's an excuse to put the characters in period costume.
* CraftedFromAnimals (can include clothing)
CraftedFromAnimals: Clothing that's made from animal parts.
* {{Crossdresser}}
{{Crossdresser}}: Dressing in clothing that's for the opposite sex.
* CultureEqualsCostume
CultureEqualsCostume: Fashion makes a quick geography lesson.
* DeliberatelyPainfulClothing
DeliberatelyPainfulClothing: Wearing unfashionable clothing that hurts.
* DoomedNewClothes
DoomedNewClothes: A character buys expensive new clothes that ends up getting ruined not long afterwards.
* DorkInASweater
DorkInASweater: A character who may or may not be an asskicker wears a dorky sweater.
* DraggedIntoDrag
DraggedIntoDrag: A male character is forced into wearing female clothing.
* DressCode
DressCode: A school, workplace, or office that enforces rules on what to wear.
* DressCodedForYourConvenience
DressCodedForYourConvenience: Each side dresses in distinctive ways (whether it's due to uniforms or other reasons).
* DressUpEpisode
DressUpEpisode: The modern protagonists of the work in question suddenly and inexplicably need to dress as if it's the Victorian Era.
* DressedAllInRubber
DressedAllInRubber: A character whose attire is mostly rubber, latex or PVC.
* DressedInLayers
DressedInLayers: A character wears their costume underneath their regular clothing.
* DressesTheSame
DressesTheSame: A woman buys an outfit for an event, and is humiliated when she sees another woman wearing the exact same outfit.
* DressingToDie
DressingToDie: A person wants to look their best when they die, so they dress before facing their end.
* EarnedStripes
EarnedStripes: A change in costume indicates that a character got promoted.
* EmbarrassingAnimalSuit
EmbarrassingAnimalSuit: A character is forced to wear an animal costume.
* EmbarrassingButEmpoweringOutfit
EmbarrassingButEmpoweringOutfit: An outfit that grants its wearer immense power, but is also embarrassing.
* EnclosedExtraterrestrials
EnclosedExtraterrestrials: An alien whose entire race is covered from head to toe by clothing, attire, or armor.
* ExposedToTheElements
ExposedToTheElements: A character is underdressed for the cold.
* ExpressiveAccessory
ExpressiveAccessory: An item that changes based on the expression or emotional state of its master.
* ExpressiveShirt
ExpressiveShirt: A piece of clothing with a phrase or logo on it that changes based on the wearer's mood or emotional state.
* EyepatchAfterTimeSkip
EyepatchAfterTimeSkip: A character's future self wears an eyepatch.
* EyepatchOfPower
EyepatchOfPower: A badass character who wears an eyepatch.
* FanserviceWithASmile
FanserviceWithASmile: A waitress who wears revealing clothing
* FashionDesigner
FashionDesigner: A character who designs clothes for a living.
* FashionDissonance
FashionDissonance: Clothes that don't just tell you what year the show was made, they scream it loudly enough to deafen your eyes.
* FashionHurts
FashionHurts: Wearing clothing that looks good, but is also uncomfortable to wear.
* FashionModel
FashionModel: A character who wears clothing to help market them.
* FashionableAsymmetry
FashionableAsymmetry: A character whose clothing is not even, but still looks cool.
* TheFashionista
TheFashionista: A character whose main focus is fashion.
* FashionsNeverChange
FashionsNeverChange: Anything set before the twentieth century has the characters wear generic clothes for their time period as opposed to nuanced fashions existing.
* FeatherBoaConstrictor
FeatherBoaConstrictor: Wearing a snake (real or fake) as though it's a fashion accessory.
* FlungClothing
FlungClothing: A character tosses their costume away in one flick motion.
* ForcedIntoTheirSundayBest
ForcedIntoTheirSundayBest: A character is forced to dress up nicely, but not without complaint.
* FullFrontalAssault
FullFrontalAssault: A character runs into battle nude.
* FullyDressedCartoonAnimal
FullyDressedCartoonAnimal: An animal character wears a full-set of clothes, including pants and shoes.
* FunTShirt
FunTShirt: A T-shirt with a funny message on it.
* FutureSpandex
FutureSpandex: A character from the future wearing a skin-tight outfit made of stretchable synthetic fibers
* GadgetWatches
GadgetWatches: A watch with lots of tools built into it.
* GenderedOutfit
GenderedOutfit: A costume is altered depending on the gender of the wearer.
* GiantPoofySleeves
GiantPoofySleeves: A costume with sleeves that have puffs on or just below the shoulders.
* GiantWaistRibbon
GiantWaistRibbon: A costume with a ribbon or sash that is worn on the waist, tied like a bow, and large enough to see from any angle.
* TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper
TheGirlWhoFitsThisSlipper: A piece of clothing that can only be worn by certain people.
* GoofySuit
GoofySuit: A funny or ridiculous costume people have to wear at work.
* GorgeousGarmentGeneration
GorgeousGarmentGeneration: A character is given extravagant clothing that appears out of nowhere.
* GorgeousPeriodDress
GorgeousPeriodDress: A character wears a large extravagant dress from the 1930s.
* GratuitousUseOfTheTallit
GratuitousUseOfTheTallit: The Jewish tillit garment is worn during a time where it realistically shouldn't be.
* GravityIsAHarshSeamstress
* HawaiianShirtedTourist
* HazmatSuit
* HellBentForLeather
* HollywoodCostuming
* HollywoodDressCode
* HomemadeSweaterFromHell
* HypnoTrinket (many are
GravityIsAHarshSeamstress: A falling character hits a clothesline and ends up wearing something worn)
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* IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable
HawaiianShirtedTourist: A character on vacation wears a Hawaiian shirt.
* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim
HazmatSuit: A character wears a hazmat suit to protect themselves from germs or hazardous material.
* AnIceSuit
HellBentForLeather: A badass character who wears leather.
* IconicItem
HollywoodCostuming: A character wears clothing that does not fit the time period the work is set in.
* IconicOutfitHollywoodDressCode: The clothes that characters wear are first defined by their personalities.
* HomemadeSweaterFromHell: A large knitted sweater that is often uncomfortable for a character to wear.
* HypnoTrinket: A character wears an item that has the power to hypnotize.
* IWantMyBelovedToBeFashionable: A character tries to make their love-interest dress more to their liking.
* IWasQuiteAFashionVictim: An older character cringes at the clothes they used to wear.
* AnIceSuit: A costume made for people with ice powers.
* IconicItem: An item or piece of clothing worn by a character that often defines who they are.
* IconicOutfit: An outfit that's associated with a character.


* ChangedMyJumper
* ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction
* CharmPoint
* CheapCostume
* ChestInsignia
* ClarkKentOutfit
* ClassyCravat
* ClingyCostume
* ClothesMakeTheLegend
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman
* ClothingAppendage
* ClothingCombat
* ClothingSwitch
* CollaredByFashion
* ContainmentClothing
* ConvenientColorChange
* {{Cosplay}}
* CostumeDrama
* CostumeEvolution

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* ChangedMyJumper
ChangedMyJumper: Time-travelers somehow don't attract attention in the past with their modern clothes.
* ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction
ChangingClothesIsAFreeAction: A character instantly changes costumes in the midst of battle.
* CharmPoint
CharmPoint: An accessory that makes a character think they have a special ability.
* CheapCostume
CheapCostume: A character makes a costume with whatever they can find.
* ChestInsignia
ChestInsignia: A symbol that a superhero wears on their chest.
* ClarkKentOutfit
ClarkKentOutfit: An outfit worn by a superhero to hide their HeroicBuild.
* ClassyCravat
ClassyCravat: Old fashioned clothing items that show one has old fashioned values and graces.
* ClingyCostume
ClingyCostume: A costume that a character can't remove.
* ClothesMakeTheLegend
ClothesMakeTheLegend: A character's outfit stays the same because it's so iconic.
* ClothesMakeTheSuperman
ClothesMakeTheSuperman: A costume that gives a character superpowers.
* ClothingAppendage
ClothingAppendage: A character's "clothes" are actually part of their body.
* ClothingCombat
ClothingCombat: Clothing that is used as an ImprovisedWeapon.
* ClothingSwitch
ClothingSwitch: Two characters put on each other clothes.
* CollaredByFashion
CollaredByFashion: A collar that is so large that the person's neck can't be seen.
* ContainmentClothing
ContainmentClothing: A character wears a suit that prevents their powers from hurting others.
* ConvenientColorChange
ConvenientColorChange: Sides are depicted depending on what color their outfit changes into.
* {{Cosplay}}
{{Cosplay}}: Dressing up as a fictional character.
* CostumeDrama
CostumeDrama: A PeriodPiece with elaborate costumes.
* CostumeEvolutionCostumeEvolution: A character's main outfit changes over the course of a series.


* AwesomeBackpack
* BadassBandolier
* BandageMummy
* BetaOutfit
* BlindfoldedVision
* BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins
* BubblePipe
* BulletproofFashionPlate
* CantTieHisTie
* CasualSportsJersey
* ChainedByFashion

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* AwesomeBackpack
AwesomeBackpack: A backpack that comes with a bunch of cool gadgets.
* BadassBandolier
BadassBandolier: A utilitarian accessory worn so a badass can keep their tools of the trade handy.
* BandageMummy
BandageMummy: A character who is badly injured is shown completely encased in plaster casts and/or bandages.
* BetaOutfit
BetaOutfit: A superhero's first outfit before they decide on their final costume.
* BlindfoldedVision
BlindfoldedVision: A character wears a blindfold to impair their vision.
* BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins
BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins: The costume for Native Americans portrayed in fiction.
* BubblePipe
BubblePipe: A prop that is shaped like a tobacco pipe that blows bubbles.
* BulletproofFashionPlate
BulletproofFashionPlate: A character with a costume that does not suffer ClothingDamage.
* CantTieHisTie
CantTieHisTie: A man allows a woman (who he may or may not be romantic with yet) to tie his tie, showing their closeness.
* CasualSportsJersey
CasualSportsJersey: A character (often a JerkJock who wants their identity to be known) that wears a sports team uniform outside of a sports environment.
* ChainedByFashionChainedByFashion: Wearing chains intentionally as a fashion statement.


* ActionFashionista
* AdaptationalModesty
* AdaptationalSkimpiness
* AdventurerOutfit
* AgeInappropriateDress
* AmmunitionBackpack
* AndYourRewardIsClothes
* AntiGravityClothing
* AppropriateAnimalAttire
* ArsenalAttire
* AwesomeAnachronisticApparel

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* ActionFashionista
ActionFashionista: An asskicking character who is also very fashionable.
* AdaptationalModesty
AdaptationalModesty: A {{Stripperific}} wears more modest clothing in an adaption.
* AdaptationalSkimpiness
AdaptationalSkimpiness: A character wears clothing that shows more skin in an adaption.
* AdventurerOutfit
AdventurerOutfit: An outfit normally worn by someone going to an exotic place.
* AgeInappropriateDress
AgeInappropriateDress: Someone wears clothes that they're typically considered too young or too old to be wearing.
* AmmunitionBackpack
AmmunitionBackpack: Backpack full of nothing but bullets, bullets, and even more bullets.
* AndYourRewardIsClothes
AndYourRewardIsClothes: Beating a challenge results in a new piece of clothing for your character.
* AntiGravityClothing
AntiGravityClothing: A part of an outfit that floats independently from the rest of the clothing.
* AppropriateAnimalAttire
AppropriateAnimalAttire: Animals wearing accessories and pieces of clothing, but are not considered naked.
* ArsenalAttire
ArsenalAttire: Weapons are incorporated into clothing rather than simply hidden within them.
* AwesomeAnachronisticApparelAwesomeAnachronisticApparel: A character wears an OutdatedOutfit just to stand out and look cool.

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* DeliberatelyPainfulClothing


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