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* In ''Fanfic/IncarnationOfLegends'', elves usually cover themselves up, only showing their bare skin besides their faces to those they truly respect and trust. [[TheTease Lusserina]] does not. Her dress has an ImpossiblyLowNeckline that leaves her shoulders and the upper part of her chest bare and the only thing covering her thighs and hips are the books hanging at her waste and some purple panties.

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* In the television version of ''Series/Neverwhere'', ''Creator/NeilGaiman'' complained that the character Hunter was less stripperific than he had intended.


* 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]]".

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* From ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', Amalia's attire for trekking all over the world consists of a FlowerInHerHair, [[FlowersOfNature flower in her hair]], 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]]".

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* In the ''Series/{{Jessie}}'' episode "Karate Kid-tastrophe", Emma comes into the kitchen wearing rather inappropriate wardrobe, complete with her [[BareYourMidriff midriff exposed]] and extremely short shorts. According to her, "Everybody wears this." When Jessie tries to get her to change, she just stays where she is with her arms folded and smirks, as if to say "Make me."


** 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: quasi-magical chainmail plus cloak of near-invisibility and stunningly [[PimpedOutDress pimped out]] ''un''-dress.

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** Many [[OurElvesAreBetter [[OurElvesAreDifferent Elves]] when they don't have to wear something more practical. Especially female Drow who seems to know only two sorts of clothes: quasi-magical chainmail plus cloak of near-invisibility and stunningly [[PimpedOutDress pimped out]] ''un''-dress.


* Oh good God, Creator/HalleBerry's costume in ''Film/{{Catwoman}}''. Showing just how impractical the costume would be, the top kept coming off the stuntman during action scenes. Creator/RogerEbert was noted in saying it was the only thing he liked about the movie.

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* Oh good God, Creator/HalleBerry's costume in ''Film/{{Catwoman}}''.''Film/Catwoman2004''. Showing just how impractical the costume would be, the top kept coming off the stuntman during action scenes. Creator/RogerEbert was noted in saying it was the only thing he liked about the movie.


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 ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lack thereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, [[FiremenAreHot firemen,]] male gardeners or pool boys, in traditionally female-oriented fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.

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Stripperiffic outfits on female characters -- at least, young and attractive ones -- are common in any genre where straight young men represent or (or are assumed to represent, 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 ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lack thereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, [[FiremenAreHot firemen,]] male gardeners gardeners, or pool boys, in traditionally female-oriented fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.



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

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


This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing, ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lackthereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, [[FiremenAreHot firemen,]] male gardeners or pool boys, in traditionally female-oriented fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.

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This {{trope}} can be applied in the opposite direction; in the West, this takes the form of inserting 'exceptionally flattering' clothing, clothing ([[WalkingShirtlessScene or lackthereof]]) lack thereof]]) for male roles, such as policemen, [[FiremenAreHot firemen,]] male gardeners or pool boys, in traditionally female-oriented fare like soaps and prime-time dramas. In {{anime}} and {{manga}}, however (especially those aimed at a [[ShoujoDemographic female]] [[YaoiGenre audience]]), the {{Bishonen}} can be as scantily clad as the girls.


* Oh good God, Creator/HalleBerry's costume in ''Film/{{Catwoman}}''. Showing just how impractical the costume would be, the top kept coming off the stuntman during action scenes.

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* Oh good God, Creator/HalleBerry's costume in ''Film/{{Catwoman}}''. Showing just how impractical the costume would be, the top kept coming off the stuntman during action scenes. Creator/RogerEbert was noted in saying it was the only thing he liked about the movie.

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* ''Fanfic/UnbreakableRedSilkenThread'': Considering Scarlett works as a stripper, it isn't exactly surprising she dresses in this way.


* ''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.

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* ''WebComic/TooMuchInformation'': ''WebComic/TooMuchInformation2005'': 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.

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