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I'm not aware of an explicit answer in the movie or the novelization, but it seems pretty self explanatory to me: Rey is an orphaned, impoverished scavenger who lives a hand to mouth existence. She probably doesn't have many clothes to begin with. She leaves her home on Jakku suddenly and unexpectedly, and doesn't have a chance to pack a change of clothes. ...


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No, basically never at Hogwarts. In the scene in The Prisoner of Azkaban that you have a picture of in the question, for instance, they were wearing robes. For example, after it's all happened and they're in the hospital wing and Dumbledore hints that they should use the Time-Turner, we have: But Hermione was fumbling with the neck of her robes, pulling ...


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Assuming you always count the swimsuit-style bottom as "panties", then, yes, on at least one cover (Wonder Woman #63 from 1992), Wonder Woman has not only had more than 25 stars, she's has more than 25 stars visible from the FRONT.


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Lynda Carter's costume from the 1970s Wonder Woman/The New Adventures of Wonder Woman had at least that many stars:


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A piece of trivia states that because of the episode being the second pilot, the 'colors had not been finalized'. The familiar colors and positions of the crew had not yet been finalized when this second pilot was shot. The tunics for operations crew are beige instead of red. The locations of the helmsman and navigator are reversed (when Kirk is facing ...


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Whoopi Goldberg had/has dreadlocks (quite some quantity) so the hat was to cover them up. Presumably El-Aurian women don't have dreadlocks. Durinda Rice Wood, Senior TNG Costume Designer has given a convincing "out of universe" reason for Guinan's choice of hats... *As for Whoopi Goldberg's character Guinan, Rice Wood also explained that she wanted her ...


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We have seen a few other El-Aurians, most prominently Soran: Also, we have seen another male El-Aurian: Martus Mazur. Also from Generations, when we meet the lovely Mr. Soran, we also see a lot of Guinan's people in one of their space stations. Female El-Aurians sometimes wear hats: And sometimes do not: And the hat of the first one is quite different ...


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The canon answer (offered by the Force Awakens: Visual Dictionary) is that Rey was simply too busy saving the whole.damn.galaxy to think about changing her outfit. When she arrives at the Starkiller Base she briefly borrows Finn's jacket (seen in the deleted scene pictured below) but just shrugs off the discomfort in order to get on with her mission. Then, ...


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Aaah, the much awaited question about Wonder Woman! DCAU Certainly less: Justice League Animated Series: 6 Going by symmetry, the count should be 6 or at max 7. Wonder Woman (2009 film): 16-17 6 on front side, 10 on the back side Justice League Doom : 10 Justice League War : 2 Conclusion: less than 25. Comics: it actually varies from ...


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As far as I know, there's no canon information detailing the differences in the books (I could have forgotten something). I suspect that's just a throwaway line intended for slightly humourous effect (a girl in boy's clothing!), and also to indicate just how busy it was - Madame Malkin is so rushed off her feet that she can't even take time to look at her ...


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Where No Man Has Gone Before is the second pilot of Star Trek, produced before any of the other aired episodes apart from segments of The Menagerie, which contains parts of the original pilot, The Cage. Many details of the series had not been finalized, to wit: costumes and makeup. Spock wearing command gold is not such a big oversight - while he was head ...


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Yes, Yes they do, at least the Weasleys. Harry felt a slight sense of foreboding. He had rarely seen Mr or Mrs Weasley wearing anything that the Dursleys would call ‘normal’. Their children might don Muggle clothing during the holidays, but Mr and Mrs Weasley usually wore long robes in varying states of shabbiness. Harry wasn’t bothered about ...


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Yes, Tony Stark himself wears a cap in Iron Man 3. Unsurprisingly, he's in disguise at the time. He does also wear a hoodie, though, making him one of the best hiders in the entire MCU.


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The first time, in the films, that we see students wearing non-uniform clothes, inside Hogwarts, is in the first movie, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001), though it only seems to be during the Christmas holidays, outside of lessons, during their free time. According to the wiki, this is apparently true in the books as well, and they give 3 ...


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Those shoulder pads have been there since day one. So to speak. ;-) A behind the scenes picture. Notice the shoulder pad.


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Out-of-universe answer: This uniform style was only used for this episode and "The Cage", and Spock isn't the only character wearing the "wrong" color - note that Scott and Sulu are not in their "normal" colors either: Spock's makeup style had not been finalized by this episode, either; the brows are a bit more severe, his complexion is more sallow, etc. ...


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I know it's hard to see, but this is a picture of Anakin after waking up from his bad dreams You can see that he is wearing some kind of tight, black garment on his legs. This seems to be at least his sleepwear, and as it is definitely not his normal robe. This seems to be as close as we can find as to underwear in space, but I am still searching. I would ...


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The first work that they appeared, by order of release, was A New Hope. Here they are in the famous “these aren’t the droids you’re looking for” scene, from a version of Star Wars that comes from the original prints. Here is a version from a later Blu-Ray edition of A New Hope: They also were seen in many other works before The Force Awakens. For ...


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In the movie the first years are shown to Gryffindor tower. In the very next scene we see that their effects (neatly folded on the chairs beside their beds) now contain 1 x Gryffindor jumper, 1 x Gryffindor scarf, 1 x Gryffindor tie and 1 x pair of Gryffindor gloves. Under the circumstances, and given the extreme similarity in how their new effects are laid ...


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There's no mention of Purebloods breaking the dress code for public clothes. The International Statute of Secrecy laid down clear guidelines on dress for witches and wizards when they are out in public. When mingling with Muggles, wizards and witches will adopt an entirely Muggle standard of dress, which will conform as closely as possible to the ...


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The Weasleys live in a village with both wizard and Muggle inhabitants, so they would have had plenty of exposure to Muggle children and seen what kind of things they wear. They seem to visit the village on occasion. Two examples that I can think of being: Fred and George impress a pretty girl in the village with some magic tricks: ‘We’re off to the ...


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Five (possible six) Or four/five, if you want to count two-parters as one episode. "The Impossible Planet" "The Satan Pit" "The Waters of Mars" "Hide" The suit does appear slightly different here; the black harness and the Starbase 6 insignia are both gone. However, just from comparing images we can see that they're too similar for coincidence; the ...


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As discussed here in detail, JKR explicitly modeled blood purity sentiments on Nazi Germany specifically and antisemitism in general. " I've seen noses like yours" is a pretty dead give-away as to what that whole exchange's point was - Jewish "identification" via a large nose is a common stereotype It is a common trait for a bigoted person to accuse the ...


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If you ignore the colors and texture of Guinan's costume it becomes obvious that what she is wearing is a slightly updated nun's cornette and habit. Given her ever-placid demeanor and role as confidante to several characters her costume is a visual cue to the audience that cannot be accidental.


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In-universe, it's pretty clear that space travel has become a routine affair. Flights take off daily from Gattaca (and presumably other locations as well) and the passengers are only given the basic rudiments of zero-g space training as part of their general fitness training. Overall, they appear to be treated more like airline passengers than genuine ...


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Guinan's hats durign the TV series are most likely her own style, since as you pointed out we never see anyone else wearing ones like them. However, when we first see Guinan in the movie Generations she is wearing a hat very similar to the ones donned by most of the other hat-wearing El-Aurians seen on the Enterprise B (as shown in bitmask's answer). Why ...


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He got the suit in the Gallifreyan barn, when he made his plan of action. I wondered about exactly the same thing. The only possible solution is that he got the black coat on Gallifrey. And I've made a sizeable collection of screenshots to pinpoint the time when he gets it: while he's 'sulking' in the barn on Gallifrey. In Face the Raven, he's wearing the ...


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I know... this is a stretch... It may depend on what you call "underwear" as we see in The Force Awakens; Finn has black undergarments beneath his trooper armor. Although it is full length, we here on Earth have "long underwear"... ALSO... I can't believe this was not mentioned in the comments at least... what do we consider this... a gold "bikini", but ...


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Silliness lies in the eye of the beholder. In the early silent pictures, you can see a Harold Lloyd character being made fun of for wearing out of date clothes from a few decades back. In the 1960's, young whippersnappers had a whole different style and thought all the previous styles of non-groovy people were square. In the 1970's, mainstream clothes ...


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He really did wear it. Jake wore it in the Season 4 episode "Shattered Mirror", where Jake and his father are captured and taken to the Mirror Universe. Here is a screenshot of Jake wearing the sartorially-challenged garment: (The woman with him is the Mirror Universe version of his mother.)


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