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* In an episode of ''Anime/FullMoon'', Mitsuki enters her dressing room to find her stage outfit ruined by a rival artist's sabotage. With minutes before Full Moon's performance, her manager starts panicking, but Mitsuki calmly takes the outfit off the rack, and starts savaging it more until she ends up with a presentable, chic blouse and skirt.



* In an episode of ''Anime/FullMoon'', Mitsuki enters her dressing room to find her stage outfit ruined by a rival artist's sabotage. With minutes before Full Moon's performance, her manager starts panicking, but Mitsuki calmly takes the outfit off the rack, and starts savaging it more until she ends up with a presentable, chic blouse and skirt.



* In ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', one story has Betty and Veronica coming to school wearing the exact same outfit. Veronica sabotages Betty's dress, creating a tear in the bottom part of the skirt. Instead of going home to get her dress replaced, Betty just sews the tear into a fashionable (and very {{fanservice}}-laden) addition.



* In ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', one story has Betty and Veronica coming to school wearing the exact same outfit. Veronica sabotages Betty's dress, creating a tear in the bottom part of the skirt. Instead of going home to get her dress replaced, Betty just sews the tear into a fashionable (and very {{fanservice}}-laden) addition.



* Clara Bow [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5vgMWGe444 did this]] in ''Film/It1927'', making the trope much OlderThanTheyThink. She takes a pair of scissors and cuts her shopgirl dress into a cocktail dress after getting invited to a fancy restaurant.
* In the Creator/DisneyChannel MadeForTVMovie ''Susie Q'', the title character, who is a ghost, is seeking the attention of the one boy who can see her. However, he is distracted by a girl in a short skirt. Thinking she knows where his interest lies (and forgetting that she's InvisibleToNormals), Susie tears her Pimped Out Prom Dress until it becomes basically a skirt and halter top.
* ''Film/WhatAGirlWants'' has Daphne cutting the top layer off an ugly dress to reveal a nice dress underneath.
* ''Film/{{Sleepover}}'' has Julie's friends cutting up her mom's old tacky dress to make it look cooler.
* In ''Film/TrueLies'', Helen rips the chiffon off her dress and shortens it considerably when preparing to play the part of an escort.
* Violet's first shift at the bar in ''Film/CoyoteUgly'' begins with Lil, the owner, ripping off her sleeves and the bottom two inches of her shirt, leaving her in something much more revealing and appropriate to the bar.

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* Clara Bow [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5vgMWGe444 did this]] in ''Film/It1927'', making the trope much OlderThanTheyThink. She takes a pair of scissors and cuts her shopgirl dress into a cocktail dress after getting invited to a fancy restaurant.
* In the Creator/DisneyChannel MadeForTVMovie ''Susie Q'', the title character, who is a ghost, is seeking the attention of the one boy who can see her. However, he is distracted by a girl in a short skirt. Thinking she knows where his interest lies (and forgetting that she's InvisibleToNormals), Susie tears her Pimped Out Prom Dress until it becomes basically a skirt and halter top.
* ''Film/WhatAGirlWants'' has Daphne cutting the top layer off an ugly dress to reveal a nice dress underneath.
* ''Film/{{Sleepover}}'' has Julie's friends cutting up her mom's old tacky dress to make it look cooler.
* In ''Film/TrueLies'', Helen rips the chiffon off her dress and shortens it considerably when preparing to play the part of an escort.
* Violet's first shift at the bar in ''Film/CoyoteUgly'' begins
''Film/CantBuyMeLove'', Cindy makes Ron cool with Lil, the owner, ripping off her sleeves a sleeveless shirt and the bottom two inches of her shirt, leaving her in something much more revealing and appropriate to the bar.a little hair gel.



* In ''Film/MyFavoriteWife'', Irene Dunne's character returns to civilization after having been shipwrecked and stranded on an island for several years. After getting some funny looks while wearing one of her old -- and now unfashionably long -- dresses, she goes off to the powder room... emerging a few minutes later with dress shortened, presumably in this manner.
* Olive tramps up her wardrobe in ''Film/EasyA'' this way.
* In ''Film/CantBuyMeLove'', Cindy makes Ron cool with a sleeveless shirt and a little hair gel.
* In ''Film/MyBigFatGreekWedding'', the bride and groom start ripping pieces off her [[ImpossiblyTackyClothes Impossibly Tacky Wedding Dress]] in the limo on the way from the ceremony to the reception.
* Done accidentally in ''Film/TheNakedGun 2 1/2'', when Frank and Jane are dancing in the middle of the movie.



* In ''Film/MeanGirls'', there's a scene where Janis tries to humiliate [[AlphaBitch Regina]] by cutting nipple holes in the front of her shirt, but it backfires when Regina goes ahead and wears it anyway (albeit over a bra) and the other girls in school start [[YouAreTheNewTrend doing the same thing to emulate her]].
* In Film/TheThreeStooges short ''All Gummed Up'', when the landlord's elderly wife turns into a beautiful young woman, she rips her Victorian-style clothes into a lighter and more modern dress.
* In ''Film/TheHeat'', when Mullins and Ashburn have to visit a nightclub in the hopes of catching a suspect, Mullins uses a pair of scissors in the restroom to cut up Ashburn's pantsuit into booty shorts and a more revealing top.
* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': During Janet and Rocky's impromptu lovemaking sesh, the former uses her dress as a dressing to cover the latter's wounds. She gets a bit carried away, though, and her appearance is noticeably more ragged than before.
* ''Film/DuchessOfIdaho'': Chris does this to her friend Ellen's dress so Ellen can catch her boss.

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* In ''Film/MeanGirls'', there's a scene where Janis tries to humiliate [[AlphaBitch Regina]] by cutting nipple holes in Violet's first shift at the front bar in ''Film/CoyoteUgly'' begins with Lil, the owner, ripping off her sleeves and the bottom two inches of her shirt, but it backfires when Regina goes ahead and wears it anyway (albeit over a bra) and the other girls in school start [[YouAreTheNewTrend doing the same thing to emulate her]].
* In Film/TheThreeStooges short ''All Gummed Up'', when the landlord's elderly wife turns into a beautiful young woman, she rips
leaving her Victorian-style clothes into a lighter and more modern dress.
* In ''Film/TheHeat'', when Mullins and Ashburn have to visit a nightclub
in the hopes of catching a suspect, Mullins uses a pair of scissors in the restroom to cut up Ashburn's pantsuit into booty shorts and a something much more revealing top.
* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': During Janet
and Rocky's impromptu lovemaking sesh, appropriate to the former uses her dress as a dressing to cover bar.
* ''Film/{{Cruella}}'': When
the latter's wounds. She gets Baroness sees Estella's first design for her, she pulls out a bit carried away, though, straight razor and her appearance slices off what she conisders to be extraneous fabric: giving the gown a sleeker profile, but also nicking Estella in the process. Despite the injury, Estella is noticeably more ragged than before.
* ''Film/DuchessOfIdaho'': Chris does this to her friend Ellen's dress so Ellen can catch her boss.
secretly overjoyed as hers was the only design the Baroness considered worh modifying.



* In ''Lost In The Wild'', about nursing students in the Mexican rainforest who are forced to prove themselves after a plane crash, [[TheProtagonist protagonist]] Elizabeth, anticipating several hours of physical work in a humid subtropical environment, cuts off the legs of her cargo pants, turning them into hiking shorts.
* ''Film/{{Cruella}}'': When the Baroness sees Estella's first design for her, she pulls out a straight razor and slices off what she conisders to be extraneous fabric: giving the gown a sleeker profile, but also nicking Estella in the process. Despite the injury, Estella is secretly overjoyed as hers was the only design the Baroness considered worh modifying.

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* ''Film/DuchessOfIdaho'': Chris does this to her friend Ellen's dress so Ellen can catch her boss.
* Olive tramps up her wardrobe in ''Film/EasyA'' this way.
* In ''Lost ''Film/TheHeat'', when Mullins and Ashburn have to visit a nightclub in the hopes of catching a suspect, Mullins uses a pair of scissors in the restroom to cut up Ashburn's pantsuit into booty shorts and a more revealing top.
* Clara Bow [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z5vgMWGe444 did this]] in ''Film/It1927'', making the trope much OlderThanTheyThink. She takes a pair of scissors and cuts her shopgirl dress into a cocktail dress after getting invited to a fancy restaurant.
*
In The Wild'', ''Film/LostInTheWild'', about nursing students in the Mexican rainforest who are forced to prove themselves after a plane crash, [[TheProtagonist protagonist]] Elizabeth, anticipating several hours of physical work in a humid subtropical environment, cuts off the legs of her cargo pants, turning them into hiking shorts.
* ''Film/{{Cruella}}'': When the Baroness sees Estella's first design for her, she pulls out In ''Film/MeanGirls'', there's a straight razor and slices off what she conisders scene where Janis tries to be extraneous fabric: giving the gown a sleeker profile, but also nicking Estella humiliate [[AlphaBitch Regina]] by cutting nipple holes in the process. Despite front of her shirt, but it backfires when Regina goes ahead and wears it anyway (albeit over a bra) and the injury, Estella is secretly overjoyed as hers was other girls in school start [[YouAreTheNewTrend doing the only design same thing to emulate her]].
* In ''Film/MyBigFatGreekWedding'',
the Baroness considered worh modifying.bride and groom start ripping pieces off her [[ImpossiblyTackyClothes Impossibly Tacky Wedding Dress]] in the limo on the way from the ceremony to the reception.
* In ''Film/MyFavoriteWife'', Irene Dunne's character returns to civilization after having been shipwrecked and stranded on an island for several years. After getting some funny looks while wearing one of her old -- and now unfashionably long -- dresses, she goes off to the powder room... emerging a few minutes later with dress shortened, presumably in this manner.
* Done accidentally in ''Film/TheNakedGun 2 1/2'', when Frank and Jane are dancing in the middle of the movie.
* ''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow'': During Janet and Rocky's impromptu lovemaking sesh, the former uses her dress as a dressing to cover the latter's wounds. She gets a bit carried away, though, and her appearance is noticeably more ragged than before.
* ''Film/{{Sleepover}}'' has Julie's friends cutting up her mom's old tacky dress to make it look cooler.
* In the Creator/DisneyChannel MadeForTVMovie ''Film/SusieQ'', the title character, who is a ghost, is seeking the attention of the one boy who can see her. However, he is distracted by a girl in a short skirt. Thinking she knows where his interest lies (and forgetting that she's InvisibleToNormals), Susie tears her Pimped Out Prom Dress until it becomes basically a skirt and halter top.
* In Film/TheThreeStooges short ''All Gummed Up'', when the landlord's elderly wife turns into a beautiful young woman, she rips her Victorian-style clothes into a lighter and more modern dress.
* In ''Film/TrueLies'', Helen rips the chiffon off her dress and shortens it considerably when preparing to play the part of an escort.
* ''Film/WhatAGirlWants'' has Daphne cutting the top layer off an ugly dress to reveal a nice dress underneath.



* In the first ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' book, recently adopted street rat Briar cuts the sleeves off the first new shirt he's given.
* Molly Carpenter is shown to have applied this treatment to a school uniform in ''Literature/DeathMasks''.



* In ''Literature/KeasFlight'', a group of bullies who call themselves the Gang rip holes in their clothes to make themselves look tougher.
* In ''Literature/LonelyWerewolfGirl'', after her DoomedNewClothes get ruined in the werewolf brawl, Malveria's solution is to have have designer Thrix cut them up some more so she can wear it as ''Battle Chic''.



* In ''Literature/LonelyWerewolfGirl'', after her DoomedNewClothes get ruined in the werewolf brawl, Malveria's solution is to have have designer Thrix cut them up some more so she can wear it as ''Battle Chic''.
* In the first ''Literature/CircleOfMagic'' book, recently adopted street rat Briar cuts the sleeves off the first new shirt he's given.
* Molly Carpenter is shown to have applied this treatment to a school uniform in ''Literature/DeathMasks''.
* In ''Literature/KeasFlight'', a group of bullies who call themselves the Gang rip holes in their clothes to make themselves look tougher.



* In an episode of ''Series/TwoGuysAGirlAndAPizzaPlace'', Sharon's boyfriend Johnny rips the poofy sleeves off her hideous bridesmaid's dress, turning it ito something quite wearable.
* Angela does this in an episode of ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' when she wants to show more leg in an evening gown.
* This was a challenge on ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel'' once. (The women had T-shirts and had to alter them to make them cool.)
* London Tipton from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' does this to a woman's nurse outfit at an amazing speed to make it into a pure white sequene tango dress.
-->"And you can't figure out a pay phone."



* A sight gag at the MTV VMA Award Show had Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey showing up in the same dress. After a Stare Down, Mariah rips off the bottom of her dress. Whitney then follows suit, causing the dresses to have two different hemlines.

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* A sight gag at the MTV VMA Award Show This was a challenge on ''Series/AmericasNextTopModel'' once. (The women had Whitney Houston T-shirts and Mariah Carey showing up in the same dress. After a Stare Down, Mariah rips off the bottom of her dress. Whitney then follows suit, causing the dresses had to have two different hemlines.alter them to make them cool.)


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* A sight gag at the MTV VMA Award Show had Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey showing up in the same dress. After a Stare Down, Mariah rips off the bottom of her dress. Whitney then follows suit, causing the dresses to have two different hemlines.


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* London Tipton from ''Series/TheSuiteLifeOfZackAndCody'' does this to a woman's nurse outfit at an amazing speed to make it into a pure white sequene tango dress.
-->"And you can't figure out a pay phone."
* In an episode of ''Series/TwoGuysAGirlAndAPizzaPlace'', Sharon's boyfriend Johnny rips the poofy sleeves off her hideous bridesmaid's dress, turning it ito something quite wearable.
* Angela does this in an episode of ''Series/WhosTheBoss'' when she wants to show more leg in an evening gown.

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* ''Film/{{Cruella}}'': When the Baroness sees Estella's first design for her, she pulls out a straight razor and slices off what she conisders to be extraneous fabric: giving the gown a sleeker profile, but also nicking Estella in the process. Despite the injury, Estella is secretly overjoyed as hers was the only design the Baroness considered worh modifying.


* Liz Ricarro does this in episode 22 of ''Anime/IGPXImmortalGrandPrix''. The 2050 IGPX All-Stars Tournament has a fashion show at the end of the night to see who wins the tournament, and one person from each team is sent to participate in the show, with Liz representing Team Satomi. However, during the show, her dress rips, and she decides to be creative by ripping off a significantly large portion of the dress to create a fanservicey minidress that could pass at [[ScrewedByTheNetwork its midnight timeslot on Cartoon Network.]] ([[GettingCrapPastTheRadar It's not like they still couldn't get away with making it more fanservicey.]]) [[spoiler:Liz's moment of creativity is the thing that allows Team Satomi to win the All-Star Tournament.]]

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* Liz Ricarro does this in episode 22 of ''Anime/IGPXImmortalGrandPrix''. The 2050 IGPX All-Stars Tournament has a fashion show at the end of the night to see who wins the tournament, and one person from each team is sent to participate in the show, with Liz representing Team Satomi. However, during the show, her dress rips, and she decides to be creative by ripping off a significantly large portion of the dress to create a fanservicey minidress that could pass at [[ScrewedByTheNetwork its midnight timeslot on Cartoon Network.]] ([[GettingCrapPastTheRadar It's (It's not like they still couldn't get away with making it more fanservicey.]]) ) [[spoiler:Liz's moment of creativity is the thing that allows Team Satomi to win the All-Star Tournament.]]



* In ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', one story has Betty and Veronica coming to school wearing the exact same outfit. Veronica sabotages Betty's dress, creating a tear in the bottom part of the skirt. Instead of going home to get her dress replaced, Betty just sews the tear into a fashionable (and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar very]] {{Fanservice}}-laden) addition.

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* In ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', one story has Betty and Veronica coming to school wearing the exact same outfit. Veronica sabotages Betty's dress, creating a tear in the bottom part of the skirt. Instead of going home to get her dress replaced, Betty just sews the tear into a fashionable (and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar very]] {{Fanservice}}-laden) very {{fanservice}}-laden) addition.


* In ''Franchise/ArchieComics'', one story has Betty and Veronica coming to school wearing the exact same outfit. Veronica sabotages Betty's dress, creating a tear in the bottom part of the skirt. Instead of going home to get her dress replaced, Betty just sews the tear into a fashionable (and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar very]] {{Fanservice}}-laden) addition.

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* In ''Franchise/ArchieComics'', ''ComicBook/ArchieComics'', one story has Betty and Veronica coming to school wearing the exact same outfit. Veronica sabotages Betty's dress, creating a tear in the bottom part of the skirt. Instead of going home to get her dress replaced, Betty just sews the tear into a fashionable (and [[GettingCrapPastTheRadar very]] {{Fanservice}}-laden) addition.


* In an episode of ''Anime/FullMoonOSagashite'', Mitsuki enters her dressing room to find her stage outfit ruined by a rival artist's sabotage. With minutes before Full Moon's performance, her manager starts panicking, but Mitsuki calmly takes the outfit off the rack, and starts savaging it more until she ends up with a presentable, chic blouse and skirt.

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* In an episode of ''Anime/FullMoonOSagashite'', ''Anime/FullMoon'', Mitsuki enters her dressing room to find her stage outfit ruined by a rival artist's sabotage. With minutes before Full Moon's performance, her manager starts panicking, but Mitsuki calmly takes the outfit off the rack, and starts savaging it more until she ends up with a presentable, chic blouse and skirt.


* Canadian figure skater Joseph Phan wore a black costume for [[https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7kao3l his short program]] during the 2019-2020 competitive season with several rips on the front and one on the back because they visually depict the title of the music he performed to, which is "Torn (Redux)" by Nathan Lanier. Phan's SP was praised for its coolness, so the the torn outfit adds to his awesomeness factor.

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* Canadian figure skater Joseph Phan wore a black costume for [[https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7kao3l [[https://streamable.com/oikne his short program]] during the 2019-2020 competitive season with several rips on the front and one on the back because they visually depict the title of the music he performed to, which is "Torn (Redux)" by Nathan Lanier. Phan's SP was praised for its coolness, so the the torn outfit adds to his awesomeness factor.


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* One of the pieces of clothing torn apart in the [[WebVideo/HydraulicPressChannel Beyond the Press]] channel video "How much can you lift with clothes?" is a large black T-shirt that rips very fashionably along the side and back. The host jokes that he and his wife will be going to Paris Fashion Week with it while he watches her twirl and pose for the camera with the shirt over the top she was already wearing. However, a number of comments pointed out that a torn, oversized T-shirt like that, worn over a brightly colored top with some fashionably torn jeans would work as an actual outfit.

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* One of the pieces of clothing torn apart in the [[WebVideo/HydraulicPressChannel ''[[WebVideo/HydraulicPressChannel Beyond the Press]] Press]]'' channel video "How much can you lift with clothes?" is a large black T-shirt that rips very fashionably along the side and back. The host jokes that he and his wife will be going to Paris Fashion Week with it while he watches her twirl and pose for the camera with the shirt over the top she was already wearing. However, a number of comments pointed out that a torn, oversized T-shirt like that, worn over a brightly colored top with some fashionably torn jeans would work as an actual outfit.

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* In ''Literature/KeasFlight'', a group of bullies who call themselves the Gang rip holes in their clothes to make themselves look tougher.

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* Canadian figure skater Joseph Phan wore a black costume for [[https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7kao3l his short program]] during the 2019-2020 competitive season with several rips on the front and one on the back because they visually depict the title of the music he performed to, which is "Torn (Redux)" by Nathan Lanier. Phan's SP was praised for its coolness, so the the torn outfit adds to his awesomeness factor.
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* In the first ''[[Franchise/DisneyFairies Tinker Bell]]'' movie, Tink gets ready for her first day as a tinker fairy by taking the leaves provided for her outfit and cuts it up into her familiar skirt. She gets some [[EyePop attention]] from Clank and Bobble.
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* In the first ''[[Franchise/DisneyFairies Tinker Bell]]'' movie, Tink gets ready for her first day as a tinker fairy by taking the leaves provided for her outfit and cuts it up into her familiar skirt. She gets some [[EyePop attention]] from Clank and Bobble.


* * In ''Lost In The Wild'', about nursing students in the Mexican rainforest who are forced to prove themselves after a plane crash, [[TheProtagonist protagonist]] Elizabeth, anticipating several hours of physical work in a humid subtropical environment, cuts off the legs of her cargo pants, turning them into hiking shorts.

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* * In ''Lost In The Wild'', about nursing students in the Mexican rainforest who are forced to prove themselves after a plane crash, [[TheProtagonist protagonist]] Elizabeth, anticipating several hours of physical work in a humid subtropical environment, cuts off the legs of her cargo pants, turning them into hiking shorts.

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* * In ''Lost In The Wild'', about nursing students in the Mexican rainforest who are forced to prove themselves after a plane crash, [[TheProtagonist protagonist]] Elizabeth, anticipating several hours of physical work in a humid subtropical environment, cuts off the legs of her cargo pants, turning them into hiking shorts.


-->'''Flick:''' The waist is good... but the lapels are not good! (''RIP!!'') The shoulders are good... but the sleeves are not good! (''RIP!!'')\\

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-->'''Flick:''' The waist is good... but the lapels are not good! (''RIP!!'') ''[RIP!!]'' The shoulders are good... but the sleeves are not good! (''RIP!!'')\\''[RIP!!]''\\



'''Flick:''' I disagree! (''RIP!!'')\\

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'''Flick:''' I disagree! (''RIP!!'')\\''[RIP!!]''\\



* In ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'', Thaco [[http://www.goblinscomic.com/08132006/ partially rips a halfling outfit]] while trying to take it off, making it much more to his taste.

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'', Thaco [[http://www.goblinscomic.com/08132006/ [[http://goblinscomic.com/comic/08132006 partially rips a halfling outfit]] while trying to take it off, making it much more to his taste.



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* One of the pieces of clothing torn apart in the [[WebVideo/HydraulicPressChannel Beyond the Press]] channel video "How much can you lift with clothes?" is a large black t-shirt that rips very fashionably along the side and back. The host jokes that he and his wife will be going to Paris Fashion Week with it while he watches her twirl and pose for the camera with the shirt over the top she was already wearing. However, a number of comments pointed out that a torn, oversized t-shirt like that, worn over a brightly colored top with some fashionably torn jeans would work as an actual outfit.

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* One of the pieces of clothing torn apart in the [[WebVideo/HydraulicPressChannel Beyond the Press]] channel video "How much can you lift with clothes?" is a large black t-shirt T-shirt that rips very fashionably along the side and back. The host jokes that he and his wife will be going to Paris Fashion Week with it while he watches her twirl and pose for the camera with the shirt over the top she was already wearing. However, a number of comments pointed out that a torn, oversized t-shirt T-shirt like that, worn over a brightly colored top with some fashionably torn jeans would work as an actual outfit.





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