List of clothing in the anime

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In the Pokémon anime, while the main characters will generally wear a single outfit for several seasons, they have changed outfits from time to time. At the start of a new series, characters continuing on will change their main outfit entirely. This is a list of the different clothing and outfits worn by the main characters.

Ash

Main outfits

Main series

All of Ash's main outfits are highlighted by his hat. They often strongly feature the colors red and blue, along with black, white, green, and golden yellow. These are primary and bold colors, accenting Ash's primary status in the series.

Original series
Ash's original series outfit

Ash's first outfit is, unlike those of many of his friends, a unique outfit design in its own right, though it is also directly inspired by Red's. This fact is also echoed by the outfits of Brock and Misty, which were designed purely for the anime instead of using the outfits seen in the games themselves, and also the artwork for the games.

The upper part of the outfit is a medium blue jacket with gold trim and white collar and sleeves, worn open over a dark cyan or teal t-shirt. Ash kept his Kanto, Orange League, and Johto Badges pinned to the inside of the jacket, which from time to time, would be taken off by him, most notably when his Pokémon need warmth. His lower outfit consists of jeans with light blue cuffs, black and white sneakers with red dots on both sides, and a brown belt, which he used to hang his Poké Balls.

Ash also wears green finger-less gloves with light green borders, and of course, his hat. The only part of the outfit with a known story behind it is the hat, which he won from a contest from the Pokémon League. Ash would turn his hat backwards when he was concentrating heavily, such as when he would face a Trainer or capture a Pokémon. This was very much the case early in his journey in Kanto, though by the time his journey in Johto ended, he hardly ever turned his cap.

He has a green backpack with a yellow square label and slings with black adjusters on them. The backpack has two pockets and two open compartments on each side. The main, bigger pocket is delimited by a black zip fastener, while the external pocket has an orange stripe on it.

Ash wore this outfit from Pokémon - I Choose You! to Gotta Catch Ya Later!. Ash has worn this outfit in the most episodes, wearing it during a total of 273.

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

Ash's second outfit was the first alternate main outfit to be seen on any character, and by default, the least expected. Brock and Misty's second outfits would not debut until several episodes after Ash's did. This outfit was given to Ash as a gift by his mother in Gotta Catch Ya Later!.

Along with a new hat, Ash wore a hoodie instead of a jacket, black gloves instead of green, and new jeans and sneakers. In Hoenn Alone! and Get the Show on the Road!, Ash can be seen wearing a T-shirt similar to the original series, but with an orange horizontal stripe. However, he keeps the hoodie closed, possibly because he no longer keeps Badges pinned to the inside. The backpack is green, with one pocket and a red Poké Ball design on it.

All of his new clothes, however, bear a notable resemblance to his old clothes, probably to maintain his style and avoid confusion which would be caused by a completely new appearance. This becomes a common theme among all new outfits: the new ones take on the style on the former outfits.

The symbol on his hat, backpack, and hoodie pocket reflect the Poké Ball symbols seen frequently in the Generation III games, particularly in the designs of the main characters' clothes. Ash's Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire outfit is similar to the one Red wears in Generation III, most notably, his sleeves.

Ash wore this outfit from Hoenn Alone! to When Pokémon Worlds Collide!. Ash has worn this outfit in more different series than any other, wearing it during three different series.

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Ash's third outfit takes a step back to his first outfit by wearing a jacket instead of a hoodie, and with colors closer to the original. It also has a white undershirt instead of black for a change, as well as a new hat, new jeans, and new sneakers. The gloves are the same as those from his second outfit. The backpack is similar to the one he wore in AG, being green with two pockets, and having a white Poké Ball design with a red "button". It should be noted that this new outfit possessed some similarities to that of Lucas, the male player character from Pokémon Diamond and Pearl. The primary differences are the hat designs, sneakers, backpack color, and the fact that Ash wears open fingered gloves, but no scarf. It also bears traits of Red's outfit, mainly the white collar, though there is the fact he is now wearing a closed jacket, another similarity with Red's.

One of the most common complaints among fans about the outfit is the yellow stripe across Ash's chest. This is, considering its curve, apparently based on the lower half of the Poké Ball symbol which was seen on Ash's pocket in his second outfit. However, given how long it is now, it is more difficult to tell.

Ash wore this outfit from When Pokémon Worlds Collide! to Memories Are Made of Bliss.

Pokémon the Series: Black & White

Ash's fourth outfit is different then his previous outfit, this one displayed some similarities to the outfit worn by Hilbert from Pokémon Black and White, with the main differences being the clothing shades, it having a yellow zipper, the coat being nearly all zipped up instead of being partially open nearing the bottom, it lacking a satchel and the hat, which resembles the one from the original series. Ash's new clothing closely follows the same color scheme he has always had: red, blue, yellow, green, black, and white. In this series, Ash's sneakers are high tops, rather than the normal sneakers he wore during the other series. Instead of blue jeans, Ash starts to wear black baggy jeans and wears a hooded jacket just like in AG, colored mostly blue and white along with a yellow zipper. He wears black finger-less gloves but the border is red. The backpack is blue-green, with one pocket, black straps, and a light green, curved stripe on it, resembling a Poké Ball design.

Ash wore this outfit from In The Shadow of Zekrom! to The Dream Continues!.

Pokémon the Series: XY

Ash's fifth outfit possessed some similarities to the outfit worn by Calem from the games, with some differences. Ash uses a backpack instead of a satchel, like his Best Wishes outfit. The jacket that Calem wears has been shortened into a collared shirt for Ash, and a black undershirt is visible, both worn very much in the same style as Red's Generation III outfit. Ash wears red high top sneakers, similar to those worn in Pokémon the Series: Black & White, and darker blue jeans. The backpack is one pocket, colored green with black straps and a white, slanted Poké Ball design on it, similar to previous generations. The gloves are the same as those from his fourth outfit.

Ash's hat continues to sport the rounded Poké Ball design seen in previous generations, and most notably seems to be directly based on Red's Generation III hat; albeit modified to somewhat resemble characteristics of Calem's hat as well. In general, the outfit heavily borrows characteristics from Red and Calem.

Ash wore this outfit from The Dream Continues! to Till We Compete Again!. This is the second outfit that Ash has worn in more than one series, namely two.

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon
Ash's Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon outfit, with his original Z-Ring

Ash's sixth outfit is almost identical to the outfit worn by Elio in Pokémon Sun and Moon, with the coloring of the shirt being inverted and the hat being recolored from black to red, in keeping with the usual color scheme of Ash's headwear. This outfit deviates from Ash's previous styles in many ways; Ash no longer wears jeans, instead of wearing ribbed capri shorts with a red border, he now wears only a t-shirt with no jacket or hoodie over the top, and he no longer wears gloves and socks. His shoes are blue and are modeled after those worn by people to stand in water. His backpack, shorts, and shoes are all identical to Elio's.

Ash wore this outfit from Alola to New Adventure! to Thank You, Alola! The Journey Continues!. In the same episode, Ash obtained a silver Z-Ring, which was eventually upgraded into a black Z-Power Ring in Revealing the Stuff of Legend!.

Pokémon Journeys: the Series

Ash's seventh outfit consists of a blue vest with yellow outlines, a white short sleeve undershirt with a red stripe, indigo shorts with black outlines, and black sneakers with blue highlights. His hat is red with a black Poké Ball design in the shape of the letter C. His backpack is green and black with one pocket and a C-shaped Poké Ball design similar to the one on his hat. This is the first outfit since the Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire outfit not to have any similarities with a male player character's outfit.

Ash started wearing this outfit in Enter Pikachu!.

In The Climb to Be the Very Best!, Ash received a Dynamax Band from Leon. However, unlike his Z-Ring and Z-Power Ring in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, Ash doesn't wear his Dynamax Band all the time unless he was battling in Galar, and he even left his Z-Power Ring at home, as revealed in Legend? Go! Friends? Go! until he retrieved it in Ultra Exciting from the Shocking Start!. In An Adventure of Mega Proportions!, Ash received a black with red band around Mega Glove with a Key Stone in the middle from Korrina, which resembles the gloves that he wore in Pokémon the Series: Black & White and Pokémon the Series: XY. Like his Dynamax Band, Ash doesn't wear his Mega Glove all the time unless he is battling.

Alternate movie continuity

This section deals with the main outfits worn by the alternate version of Ash who appeared in the twentieth, twenty-first, and twenty-third Pokémon movies.

I Choose You!
Ash's outfit from I Choose You

This outfit from I Choose You!, which retells parts of Ash's journey during the earliest episodes of the original series, is nearly identical to his original outfit, with certain parts of its design slightly altered. His hat now bears a logo similar to the one he has on his Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon hat, except it is colored green and a part of the upper section is missing, which gives it a similar appearance to the old logo.

His jacket was also given a few changes. It is a different shade of blue, it now has pockets that are horizontal rather than diagonal, the white collar is slightly smaller, the gold trim on the bottom is now just a small stripe, and there is now just a single top button instead of the original two. His shirt is black instead of dark cyan or teal and it isn't tucked into his belt, making the belt not visible. Ash's blue jeans now have cuffs that resemble bracelets. His black and white sneakers are less detailed and lack the red dots. The hat's original logo now appears on his backpack, which is two shades of green with one pocket.

The Power of Us
Ash's outfit in The Power of Us

In The Power of Us, Ash has another new outfit, this time unlike anything seen in the main series. Besides retaining the same hat that he wore in the previous movie, this outfit consists of a light-blue and white jacket with a large red collar, which in turn has a single yellow line across the center and a similarly-colored trim at the bottom of said jacket. His jacket is kept open to reveal a black shirt, looser-fitting than his previous outfit. The bottom half has him sporting gray capri shorts with a thin white line coming down both sides, and blue sneakers with orange laces. His usual fingerless gloves are black with a blue line across the cuff. His backpack is dark blue and black with a small Poké Ball design on it and one pocket.

Secrets of the Jungle
Ash's outfit in Secrets of the Jungle

Ash gains another new outfit in Secrets of the Jungle, which closely resembles his outfit from Pokémon Journeys: The Series. Notable differences include more details on his blue vest, white and blue shoes with yellow accents instead of black, dark gray shorts with yellow accents instead of indigo ones, and a Poké Ball on his shirt instead of a red stripe. He retains his hat from I Choose You! and his gloves from The Power of Us.

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal clothes

Other clothes

Regular Clothes

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Rainwear
Snow wear
Ash's jacket
Swimwear

Images

Outfits for Ash's Pokémon

The following are images of Ash's Pokémon wearing clothing and accessories:

Misty

Main outfits

All of Misty's main outfits feature the colors yellow, red, and blue.

Original series and Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon

Misty's first outfit, and her best known, is a yellow crop top and jean shorts held up with red suspenders. Most of her midriff is revealed here. She wore red, yellow and white sneakers with it, and also carried a red drawstring backpack with it.

This outfit also debuted her hairstyle, which is typically the way she always wears it, regardless of her outfit: a small side ponytail. In Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, Misty holds a Key Stone on her hairband. She will occasionally take it down, but usually only if she is sleeping, bathing, or wearing a formal outfit of some sort. With her mermaid outfit, she wears it down with pearl ornaments.

Misty wore this outfit from Pokémon - I Choose You! to Gotta Catch Ya Later! (and continuing into the first three of four Pokémon Chronicles episodes she was in).

She was shown wearing this outfit again during her return in Alola, Kanto! and When Regions Collide!.

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

Misty's second outfit is a yellow sleeveless top or vest with a large blue button on the front and matching shorts, worn over some sort of dark-red under-all (swimsuit or leotard, etc.). She wears it with short pale and burnt orange ankle boots. The few times she carries a backpack with it, it is a small backpack designed to look like a Spheal.

Misty started wearing this outfit in The Princess and the Togepi, but with a red drawstring bag. She is also seen wearing this outfit in The Mastermind of Mirage Pokémon, but with a pink purse.

Pokémon Chronicles series

In the early episodes of Pokémon Chronicles involving Misty (Cerulean Blues, The Blue Badge of Courage, A Date with Delcatty), she wears her original series outfit. However, in Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing! (which was broadcast after the debut of her AG ensemble), she wears a new "casual" outfit: a sleeveless yellow top with a hood, slightly longer and looser blue shorts, a small white belt with a pink buckle, and reddish-brown penny loafer shoes worn with white socks.

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon (second outfit)

Misty wore an orange, summer-oriented outfit during her visit to Alola in Alola, Alola! and Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!.

Side outfits

Costumes

  • Misty wears a mermaid outfit when performing at the Cerulean Gym. It was first seen in The Misty Mermaid. The outfit consists of a shell-pattern bikini top, a light blue mermaid fin, and a pearl ornament.
  • Misty wore a red and pink dress with long red tights in Air Time!. One of the sleeves jutted out, which she used as a perch for Togepi to sit on.

Formal clothes

Misty in her pink yukata

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • Misty wore a pink blouse and a long, brown skirt in her fantasy of France in The School of Hard Knocks.
  • Misty wore a red shirt underneath a pink jacket with green and yellow stripes, that had the image of an Electrode, and blue sunglasses around her neck, as part of Team Rocket's makeover in Pokémon Fashion Flash.
  • A flashback in Princess vs. Princess showed Misty as a child, wearing a pink dress with some yellow spots around it and a red bow on the back.
  • Misty wore a blue jacket with a black and red cap as a disguise in The Breeding Center Secret.
  • A flashback in Cerulean Blues! showed Misty as a baby, wearing a sky-blue shirt and yellow diaper.

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Rainwear
Snow wear
Swimwear

Images

Brock

Main outfits

Brock's main outfits contain different shades of the earthy colors green, brown, and orange.

Brock's original series outfit

Original series

One of the most distinct features of Brock's first outfit was his green vest, which had four large pockets on the front. He wore this over an orange short-sleeved shirt, along with brown pants and blue and white sneakers. On either side of his belt, which was black with a gold rectangular buckle, he had attached brown belt pockets. With it, he carried a large, blue backpack with a bedroll seen strapped to it at the top.

It is assumed he keeps many supplies in his many pockets, just as he tends to fill his bag with more supplies than it should be realistically able to hold. However, he has never been seen reaching into these pockets, so their contents remain unknown. The numerous pockets in this outfit were seen in all of his outfits.

Brock wore this outfit from Showdown in Pewter City to A Family That Battles Together Stays Together!.

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

Brock's second outfit was a brown jacket with an orange collar. Under it, he wore a green undershirt, but he no longer wears a belt. His clothing slightly mirrors that of his game counterpart in Generation III. His shoes are dark blue, and his new backpack is blue but has no bedroll.

Brock wore this outfit from A Family That Battles Together Stays Together! to Home is Where the Start Is!. In the main series, it was first seen in Brock's comeback episode You Never Can Taillow.

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl and Pokémon Journeys: The Series

Brock's third outfit is one step closer to his original series outfit. He wears a vest again, but the colors are reversed. Instead of a green vest and an orange shirt, he wears an orange vest (which also consists of gray) and a green shirt. His new shoes and backpack are still blue, and his backpack does not have a bedroll.

Brock started wearing this outfit prior to Two Degrees of Separation!, and was last seen wearing it in BWS01. In JNS02, Brock returned to wearing this outfit.

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon

Brock's fourth outfit looked almost identical to his original outfit. The only difference is his vest, which now has just two pockets instead of the original four. Brock also holds a Key Stone necklace inside his shirt. Brock wore this outfit during his return in Alola, Kanto! and When Regions Collide!.

During his visit to Alola, Brock wore a summer shirt with a blue, green and white pattern, and cream-colored shorts. He wore this outfit in Alola, Alola! and Heart of Fire! Heart of Stone!.

Side outfits

Costumes

  • Brock wore a long, blue, medieval-themed robe for DJ Mary's radio show in Air Time!.

Formal clothes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Brock in his Pokémon Doctor outfit

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Rainwear
Snow wear
Brock's jacket
Swimwear

Images

Tracey

Main outfit

Tracey's main outfit

Tracey has only had one main outfit throughout the entire series. It consists of a loose green T-shirt, reddish-brown shorts, blue and yellow sneakers, an orange backpack, and his most notable accessory, a salmon-colored headband that he uses to keep his hair out of his face. Tracey is the only main character from the original series whose outfit was not changed at the start of any of the newer series.

Side outfits

Costumes

  • In Luvdisc is a Many Splendored Thing!, Daisy fantasized Tracey playing the prince in her water ballet alongside Misty. This outfit consisted of a blue shirt with long sleeves and gold trimming, teal pants, a red cape, and a silver crown. This would be the second time he is seen without his headband.

Formal clothes

Other clothes

Weather clothes

Swimwear
  • His first swimsuit was a pair of navy-blue swim trunks with two red lines on either side, as seen in The Joy of Pokémon.
  • The second was seen in Pokémon Double Trouble. It is still a pair of navy blue swim trunks but with a sunflower print. He also removed his headband while in this outfit.
  • The third was seen in The Blue Badge of Courage. It is another pair of blue swim trunks but with an orange stripe painted on the legs.

Images

May

Main outfits

Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire

May's first outfit is a red t-shirt with a dark blue circle around her neck, dark blue bike shorts, white skirt, a pair of black socks, red and yellow sneakers, a red bandanna with a white Poké Ball print, a yellow waist-pack, and dark-blue and white gloves. It is based on the outfit her game counterpart wears in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire.

Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl

Much like Ash and Brock changed clothes at the start of both Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire and Pokémon the Series: Diamond and Pearl, and Misty did before her return in The Princess and the Togepi, May changed clothes sometime between her departure in Home Is Where the Start Is and her return in Our Cup Runneth Over!. Her second outfit is based on the outfit that her game counterpart wears in Pokémon Emerald. It consists of a green bandanna, a sleeveless and short orange tunic with a black collar, black bike shorts, black socks, and red and white sneakers. She also carries a green waist-pack similar to the one she carried in Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire. When she got off the boat, she was seen with a yellow backpack. It is unknown if she normally carries this or only had it because she was traveling a long distance (to Sinnoh from Johto).

May wore this outfit as of her latest appearance, and presumably (as of Pokémon: The Series: Black and White) currently wears it.

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal clothes

May's dress in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew
  • In Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, the characters dress up in formal medieval-themed outfits. May wears a white, pink and red ball gown decorated with tiny bows and with a Beautifly design similar to Beautifly wings on the back. She wears her hair in two different ways in this outfit, with different accessories for each: in one way, she wears a large red bow styled to look like her regular bandana, and another, she has little pink pom-poms in her hair.
May at the Wallace Cup
  • During the Wallace Cup, May wore a new dress for the Contest, which was unique because it had an Arabian style to it. It was a vermilion top with a yellow heart on it with yellow border on the sleeves and neck. She also wore a peach-pink veil with a green gem on top, and a light purple long skirt with a piece of pink fabric at the waist. Her entire midriff is exposed here. She also wears brown sandals and a yellow necklace with a red heart.

Other clothes

Sleep wear

Uniform clothes

  • May wore sleeveless pink colored ninja clothing in From Cradle to Save!. Like Ash, she did not wear a white headband like the majority of the other characters.

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

Images

Max

Main outfit

Max's main outfit

Max's main outfit is a green t-shirt, green and black sneakers, black glasses and brown shorts. He carries a yellow backpack with his belongings. Max is the only main character from Pokémon the Series: Ruby and Sapphire whose outfit was not changed whenever he reappeared in flashbacks.

Side outfits

Formal clothes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Sleep wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

Images

Dawn

Dawn's main outfit

Main outfit

Dawn's outfit consists of a black V-neck tanktop with a white undershirt and a pink skirt. On her head, she wears a white beanie with a pink Poké Ball print on it. She also wears gold hair clips that hold up her hair in the front, a black bracelet on her right wrist and a Pokétch on her left wrist. On her feet, she wears pink knee-high boots with black socks underneath. She also has a small yellow backpack with all her personal belongings. It is nearly identical to her game counterpart's with the exception of her scarf and bag.

Unlike the female companions preceding her, who both changed outfits upon returning in later series, Dawn continued to wear this outfit even throughout her return in Pokémon the Series: Black & White and Pokémon Journeys: The Series. However, Dawn's Pokétch was replaced with a Xtransceiver that she wore from Piplup, Pansage, and a Meeting of the Times! to Goodbye, Junior Cup—Hello, Adventure!. In Nightfall? Nightmares!, Dawn returned to wearing her Pokétch.

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal clothes

Formal clothes are a key part of Dawn's wardrobe since she dresses up nicely for all her Pokémon Contests.

  • In her debut appearance, she was shown to be wearing three different formal outfits when imagining herself in Contests with each of the Sinnoh starters. In her Chimchar fantasy, she was seen wearing a crimson red dress; in the Piplup fantasy, she was wearing a light green dress; and in the Turtwig fantasy, she was wearing a lavender suit with a top hat.
  • She frequently wears a pink dress during her Contests. In the Floaroma Town Contest, she wore a red-pink hair ribbon tied at the back, decorated her dress with a gold flower at the left side, and a red-pink ribbon with long tails and a red-pink sash, presumably to fit the town's flowery theme. In the Hearthome City Contest, she added a yellow sash around her waist and her hair barrettes were star-shaped. The yellow sash was also seen in the Wallace Cup. In the first round of the Celestic Town Contest, she decorated her dress with fluffy fur, similar to Buneary's. In the Lilypad Town Contest, she again wore her yellow sash with long white opera gloves. In the Daybreak Town Contest, she wears short white gloves, with one red-pink Ribbon in each one, and her shoes have one yellow rose in each. Opening and ending themes show her in different dresses, but she has never worn them in Contests.
  • In The Rise of Darkrai, Dawn wore a pink outfit for the Alamos Town Contest.
  • In Message of the Wind, Dawn wore a cerulean, knee-length, formal dress and a white floppy hat with a cerulean ribbon tied around. Also, she wore a bright yellow ball gown with a big pink ribbon with long flowing tails at the back that matches the one on the back of her head.
  • In the Hearthome Collection, she wore a plain light powder-blue dress with a yellow Ribbon at the back. It also came along with a blue, beaded necklace and white shoes.
  • In Dawn of a Royal Day, Dawn wore Princess Salvia's light pink dress with long white opera gloves, when they swapped places.
  • In the Grand Festival, she wore a new light yellow dress with a red-pink ribbon sewn to the chest, like the one on her forehead, an orange sash at the torso area, white ruffles, opera-length white gloves, and white pumps.
  • In A Midsummer Night's Light!, Dawn wore a new sleeveless dress which is white at the top and gradually turns dark blue at the bottom. It is decorated with a dark blue collar, a white beaded belt held on by a dark blue ribbon and white frills at the hem. Yellow crescent-shaped, star-shaped and smaller white beaded accessories are attached to the collar and belt. In addition, she wears dark blue gloves with a yellow outline and dark blue Mary Jane heels. Her hair is braided and held on by hair barrettes that match the accessories worn on her collar.
Images

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • Before leaving her home to start her journey, she was shown to have many clothes in the bag her mother asked her to leave behind.
  • The Pokémon Learning League website portrays Dawn with her white undershirt having sleeves that reach past her elbows, and black stockings or tights covering her legs.
  • At one point in the ending credits of The Rise of Darkrai, Dawn is shown in a number of different outfits.
  • In Hot Springing a Leak! and Yes in Dee Dee, It's Dawn!, a flashback of Dawn when she was younger shows her wearing a pink shirt and a yellow skirt.
  • In The Drifting Snorunt!, Dawn wore a light-red poncho.
  • In JNS01, Dawn wore a outfit similar to Akari's for the Sinnoh fair.

Sleep wear

  • Dawn wears a long pink nightgown at the start of Following a Maiden's Voyage! and Memories are Made of Bliss!. It is also seen in the ending By Your Side ~Hikari's Theme~. For some reason, as mentioned below, she seems to only wear her gown to bed whenever she is sleeping at home, while she sleeps in two-piece pajamas outside instead. Additionally, only the top half of her gown is ever shown, due to the only shots of her wearing the gown being an exterior shot of her looking outside of the window of her bedroom, although the aforementioned ending theme that briefly showed Dawn's nightgown showed a brief glimpse of what appears to be part of a white ruffle on the hem of her gown, due to her posing in a way so that the hem of her gown billows upwards from below the screen. However, the full gown was shown completely in a rare piece of concept art. Dawn's nightgown's design appears to look very similar to the nightgown worn by her Adventures counterpart Platinum in her debut appearance in the Diamond and Pearl chapter of Adventures.
  • Whenever she is sleeping, Dawn wears a set of pink pajamas with light yellow stripes on the sides with a zip on the top piece and a white undershirt, first seen in Setting the World on its Buneary!. She also wore them in Nightfall? Nightmares!.
  • In Getting the Pre-Contest Titters!, Dawn when she was younger wore a pair of pink pajamas and white buttons in the middle. She also wore a brown boot on one foot and a white sandal on the other.

Sports wear

Weather clothes

Rainwear
Snow wear
Dawn in her Platinum outfit
Swimwear

Images

Dawn's Pokémon

The following are images of Dawn's Pokémon wearing clothing and accessories:

Iris

Iris's main outfit

Main outfit

Iris's usual outfit is exactly the same as her game counterpart's outfit. It consists of a cream-colored top with a pink collar and cuffs, a pink skirt with a big ribbon, white leggings that are colored yellow at the ends, and pink and white shoes with yellow straps.

Side outfits

Costumes

Iris in her Champion dress

Formal clothes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Sleep wear

  • Iris wears a light pink shirt and pink shorts as pajamas.

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

Images

Cilan

Cilan's main outfit

Main outfit

Cilan's usual outfit is identical to his game counterpart's, consisting of a white shirt, a black and gray vest with gold buttons, a green bow tie, black pants held up with a brown belt, and brown shoes. However, unlike his game counterpart, he does not always wear his apron, instead putting it on occasionally when cooking. He also includes a brown backpack to store his belongings. Cilan can be seen without his vest in Dazzling the Nimbasa Gym! while he was at a Pokémon Center.

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal clothes

  • Cilan wore a white tuxedo in promotional artwork for Lost at the Stamp Rally!, however, he never wore it in the actual episode.

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Sleep wear

  • Cilan is shown in his pajamas in numerous episodes which appear to be gray pants and a long-sleeved, light green top.

Weather clothes

Swimwear

Images

Serena

Serena's first Pokémon the Series: XY outfit
Serena's second Pokémon the Series: XY outfit

Main outfits

Pokémon the Series: XY

Serena is the first of Ash's traveling companions to permanently change her main outfit in the middle of a series.

Serena's first outfit was worn from A Battle of Aerial Mobility! to A Showcase Debut!. It consisted of a grayish-black tank-top with a white collar, a red skirt, a dark pink hat with a black bow and hatband, black stockings, and black shoes, with a pink backpack to carry her goods. The tank-top is likely the same one she dons for her current outfit. This first outfit was nearly identical to her game counterpart's with the exception of her hat, collar, bag, and the lack of sunglasses.

Serena began wearing her second outfit in A Showcase Debut! to Till We Compete Again!. It consisted of a light pink dress over a grayish-black tank-top with a white collar. The dress was tied at the collar with a blue ribbon that Ash gave her in Under the Pledging Tree!. Over her dress, she wore a long red vest with large pockets. She also wore black stockings and brown boots. On her head, she wore a pink-red fedora with a black hatband and carried a pink backpack with a black Poké Ball design to store her belongings. Serena was seen without her red vest in A Diamond in the Rough! while in the spring.

Pokémon Journeys: the Series

Serena changed her outfit prior to JN105. It consists of a black turtleneck tank top with a red and white plaid skirt. She also wears a pair of red bow earnings, a pink bracelet on her right wrist, black stockings, and long brown and black boots. On her head, she wears a gray felt hat. Aside from the bracelet and earrings, all of these were clothing items in Pokémon X and Y.

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal outfits

  • In A PokéVision of Things to Come!, Serena wore a magenta hair ribbon with white in the center with indigo flowers, a full-sized medium pink gown with a magenta ribbon at the back with baby pink ruffles.
  • In The Green, Green Grass Types of Home!, Serena wore a pink dress with a pink ribbon.
  • In A Showcase Debut!, Serena dressed formally for her first Showcase. She wore this outfit again in A Performance Pop Quiz! for the Anistar City Pokémon Showcase and the rest of her Showcases afterward. She wore a white and pink dress with a red ribbon on the chest area, a black and red mini-skirt, black pantyhose, pink bracelets on either wrist as well as white gloves, a black choker with a gold medallion, a thin black waistband, red flats with gold gems and black bottom, turquoise drop earrings, and part of her hair is tied by a pink ribbon. She also wears a turquoise pearl beaded headband with the pink hair ribbon attached when she has short hair.
  • In A Fashionable Battle!, Serena wore a furisode based on a Red Flower Florges at Valerie's fashion show. She later wore it at the Dendemille Showcase in Performing with Fiery Charm!, modified after it was torn.
  • In A Performance Pop Quiz!, Serena wore a red Academic dress with orange linings and a hat.
  • In Party Dancecapades!, Serena wore a strapless red dress with a darker red sash with ribbon and dark red and orange frills.
  • In Master Class Choices!, Serena wore an outfit that looks similar to a breeder's outfit for the Pokémon Showcase Theme Performance.
  • In JN105, Serena wore a Contest Costume that's orange, red, yellow, white, and black. She also wore an orange and red bow on the back, a hair clip, various light-blue jewelry, and a light-blue bead anklet with a bow on her left leg.
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Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • As shown in Giving Chase at the Rhyhorn Race!, Serena as a child wore a straw hat with a pink bow tied around it and a pink dress with pink Mary Jane flats.
  • In Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction, while on a boat, Serena wore a burgundy tracksuit with white stripes. Serena has worn several outfits in along with Bonnie and Diancie while at a shopping mall.
  • In the DreamDream ending, Serena and her Pokémon wore three different outfits.
  • In the second and third variant of the Mad-Paced Getter opening and the Limited Pokémon Edition cover art of the Dream Dream, Serena wore a marching band outfit with her Pokémon.
  • In Battling at Full Volume!, Serena posed as Ash by wearing his clothing.

Sleep wear

Sports wear

  • During a training session in Day Three Blockbusters!, Serena wore a training suit. It consists of a pink shirt and her tracksuit which she wears for Rhyhorn races. The tracksuit is open, with the top half wrapped around her middle. She also wears a whistle around her neck.

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

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Serena's Pokémon

Serena's Pokémon wear clothing and accessories to compete in Pokémon Showcases:

Clemont

Clemont's main outfit

Main outfit

Clemont's main outfit is identical to his in-game counterpart's, consisting of a blue and yellow jumpsuit, glasses, and black and white tennis shoes. He stores his inventions in the black and white backpack he calls his "Clemontic gear."

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal clothes

  • During his dating video in A PokéVision of Things to Come!, Clemont dressed up in a habit à la française, a style of suit popular during the 18th century. It consists of a long blue coat, teal waistcoat and breeches, orange cravat, white shirt, long white socks, and blue shoes.
  • In Party Dancecapades!, Clemont wore a teal suit.
  • In A Keeper for Keeps?, Clemont wore a white suit with an orange tie as part of Bonnie’s dream.

Other clothes

  • In Awakening the Sleeping Giant! and in a fantasy of Clemont wrapped around in an Arbok in A Keeper for Keeps?, Clemont's underwear consists of a white tank top and light blue striped bloomers underneath his jumpsuit.
  • In Battles in the Sky!, Clemont wore a turquoise sky trainer's suit along with a turquoise helmet and tall turquoise boots.
  • In A Keeper for Keeps?, Clemont wore a light-green apron with a pink half shape heart in the middle during a fantasy.

Regular clothes

  • Clemont, along with Bonnie wore a gray hoodie with the Voltage badge on it and sweat pants in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction.
  • In A Campus Reunion!, a flashback of Clemont when he was younger has him wearing a light-green t-shirt, blue capris with yellow stripes on the bottom, and a lab coat. He also wore gray and white shoes.

Sleep wear

  • Clemont's pajamas are a nightcap and long-sleeved nightshirt with blue and light blue stripes.

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear
  • During Peace Smile!, the second ending of Pokémon the Series: XY, Clemont wore a blue and white striped old-fashioned one-piece swimsuit and cap. He also wears a yellow pair of goggles when he is underwater.

Bonnie

Bonnie's main outfit

Main outfit

Bonnie's main outfit consists of a brown short-sleeved top with a soft black bow on the neckline, knee-length black leggings covered by a puffy white skirt resembling a cloud, some pink colored Mary-Jane flats on her feet, and a yellow satchel. After meeting Squishy in From A to Z!, Bonnie's satchel has been sewn with an extra slot done by Serena to hold Squishy in, which was done in Love Strikes! Eevee, Yikes!.

Side outfits

Costumes

Formal clothes

Sleep wear

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • Bonnie, along with Clemont wore a gray hoodie with the Voltage badge on it in Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction. While at a shopping mall, Bonnie wore several outfits with Diancie and Serena.

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

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Lana

Lana's main outfit

Main outfit

Lana's main outfit consists of a white sleeveless t-shirt with a dark blue one piece swimsuit underneath, a blue scarf, blue pants with light blue wave patterns on the bottom and a light brown drawstring, a golden string hairband, and dark blue sandals. In Big Sky, Small Fry!, Lana received a blue Z-Ring from Olivia that she made for her when she found it as a Sparkling Stone.

Side outfits

Costumes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • In Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!, Lana when she was younger wore a white t-shirt, light blue shorts with white wave patterns, and blue sandals. She also wore a golden with brown in the middle headband.
  • In Drawn with the Wind! and Aiming for the Top Floor!, Lana wore a light blue, orange, and magenta kimono dress. She also wore a pair dark blue and orange sandals with socks, and had her hair tied in a ponytail with two green balls in the middle.

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear
  • Lana wears a dark blue one piece swimsuit, with a small light-blue fish image near the top of it, underneath her normal outfit.

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Kiawe

Kiawe's main outfit

Main outfit

Kiawe's main outfit consists of a black necklace with crystals on, with black feathers on his shoulders. He wears red shorts with dark red stripes and a dark red belt, and red and black sandals. Kiawe also holds a red Z-Ring that once belonged to his grandfather.

Side outfits

Costumes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

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Lillie

Lillie's main outfit

Main outfit

Lillie's main outfit consists of a big white wide-brim hat, a white and light blue dress, white stockings with blue frills at the top, and blue shoes. Lillie usually has her hair down with two braids in the front, but has put her hair up in a ponytail in Dummy, You Shrunk the Kids! and The Long Vault Home!. In The Secret Princess!, Lillie obtained her father Mohn's white Z-Ring.

Side outfits

Costumes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Lillie's second outfit during the quest to Ultra Space and the Manalo Conference

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

  • Lillie's Ultra Guardian uniform is pink with a light pink line around the chest area.
  • In Real Life...Inquire Within!, Lillie wore a nurse outfit similar to the one that the Nurse Joy of Melemele Island wears.
  • In This Magik Moment!, Lillie wore a gray school girl uniform with a pink vest, glasses and had her hair up in pigtails. She also wore a brown backpack and shoes with black stockings.

Weather clothes

Snow wear
  • In Getting a Jump on the Competition!, Lillie wore a navy and white jacket coat, a pink ribbon on the chest of the coat, a navy hat, navy boots with a white stripe at the top of each boot and pink gloves.
Swimwear

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Sophocles

Sophocles's main outfit

Main outfit

Sophocles's main outfit consists of a white T-shirt with an orange print that strongly resembles a Game Boy connected to a Game Link Cable, a yellow, lightning bolt-like scarf, and a gray metallic belt with a circular buckle and lines along it. He also wears brown pants with an orange rolled up hemline, and green and purple shoes, with yellow lightning bolts along the sides. In A High-Speed Awakening!, Sophocles received a yellow Z-Ring from Hapu.

Side outfits

Costumes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • In Showering the World with Love!, Sophocles when he was younger wore a white onesie with the same yellow scarf and collar he wears in the present, with a print of an orange planet and a yellow ring around it; two diagonal orange lines near the bottom; and blue shoes with a white bottom, a yellow stripe on the top, and a white stripe on the front of each shoe.
  • In Drawn with the Wind! and Aiming for the Top Floor!, Sophocles wore a green shirt with light green shorts, black stockings and light brown sandals. He also wore a cap that resembles a Togedemaru and hat that resembles a Charjabug.

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
  • In Getting a Jump on the Competition! and the third ending of Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon, Notebook of the Heart, Sophocles wore a green snow beanie with a lighter green pom-pom on top, a yellow and orange jacket, purple pants, green gloves that are the same color as his beanie and dark green shoes.
Swimwear

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Mallow

Mallow's main outfit

Main outfit

Mallow's main outfit consists of gray overalls with tattered edges and a light red, sleeveless t-shirt underneath, a pink flower in her hair attached by a green headband, and green shoes with green bows on. In A Recipe for Success!, Mallow received a green Z-Ring from Oranguru.

Side outfits

Costumes

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • In Tasting the Bitter with the Sweet!, Mallow when she was younger wore a pink t-shirt, light green overalls with white buttons in the middle, a pink closed flower headband, and green shoes.
  • In Memories in the Mist!, a flashback of Mallow when she was a toddler has her wearing a pink t-shirt with green overalls, shorts and shoes, and a leaf hair clip on one side of her hair.
  • In Drawn with the Wind! and Aiming for the Top Floor!, Mallow wore a light red, pink, dark green, and black kimmo dress. She also wore a pair of light brown sandals with white socks and had her hair up in a bun.

Sleep wear

Sports wear

Uniform clothes

  • Mallow's Ultra Guardian uniform is green with a light green line around the chest area.
  • In Real Life...Inquire Within!, Mallow wore a nurse outfit similar to the one that the Nurse Joy of Melemele Island wears.
  • In This Magik Moment!, Mallow wore a gray school girl uniform with her hair in high curly pigtails and white with pink in each side hair clips. She also wore a yellow backpack with white socks and brown shoes.

Weather clothes

Snow wear
  • In Getting a Jump on the Competition!, Mallow wore a pink beanie, with a lighter colored pom-pom on top, a light purple jacket, light green pants, pink gloves that are the same color as her beanie and brown shoes.
Swimwear

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Goh

Goh's main outfit

Main outfit

Goh's main outfit consists of a gray short-sleeved top with a Poké Ball design and red brims, black tracksuit pants, red socks, and a pair of gray and black shoes. In Sword and Shield: The Darkest Day!, Goh received a Dynamax Band from Sonia that she made from the Wishing Star that fell close to them. However, like Ash, Goh doesn't wear his Dynamax Band all the time unless he was battling in Galar.

Side outfits

Costumes

  • In JN098, Goh wore a black and yellow shirt with a red jacket, and a brown and green hat. He also wore a pair of dark-gray pants, light-gray boots, and a piece of purple paint on one side of his face while performing at a circus.

Other clothes

Regular clothes

Sleep wear

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
Swimwear

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Jessie, James, and Meowth

Team Rocket's main outfits

Main outfits

Jessie and James are usually found in the same outfit at all times: their white Team Rocket uniforms. There has been some question about the position or rank denoted by these uniforms, since most Rocket Grunts wear a black uniform of similar design. However, in Dues and Don'ts, it was revealed that Jessie and James designed their own uniforms to "express their sense of style." Jessie and James have only been seen wearing a different color uniform in Training Daze, where they (along with the other trainees) wear dark red. They also wore the black uniforms once.

Meowth, being a Pokémon, has no main outfit and is seen most often not wearing any clothing. However, he does have a fairly notable list of side outfits which he's worn alongside Jessie and James.

Pokémon the Series: Black & White

Team Rocket's black uniforms

Jessie and James changed into their black uniforms in Pokémon the Series: Black & White. They wore these outfits from In the Shadow of Zekrom until Battling For The Love of Bug-Types! when they switched back into their white ones.

Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon

In addition to their regular outfits, Jessie, James, Meowth, and also Wobbuffet dress in light summer clothes when they are in public and off work in Pokémon the Series: Sun & Moon. Jessie wears a purple sleeveless shirt with pink flower prints, a light purple coat tied around her neck, faint purple pants and white sandals; She also wears a light yellow hat, a yellow wristband and brown sunglasses. James wears a light green shirt with light heart prints in the front, light yellow shorts and blue shoes; He also wears a blue and white cap with a green logo on the front and black sunglasses. Meowth wears a red polo shirt, dark yellow shorts, an orange visor hat, orange slippers and greenish sunglasses. Wobbuffet wears a pink shirt, a light brown hat and blue triangular sunglasses.

In Why Not Give Me a Z-Ring Sometime?, Jessie, James, Meowth, and Wobbuffet received a purple Z-Power Ring from Nanu. However, in Thank You, Alola! The Journey Continues!, they decided to leave their Z-Power Ring at their base in Alola.

The Power of Us and Secrets of the Jungle

Team Rocket's uniforms in The Power of Us

In The Power of Us and Secrets of the Jungle, which is set in a different continuity from the main series, Jessie and James wear altered versions of their white uniforms. Jessie's shirt is now sleeveless and her skirt now has a belt, while James's shirt is shorter and has shorter sleeves.

Side outfits

Costumes

Disguises

Main article: List of Team Rocket's disguises

Frequently, when they are not wearing their Team Rocket uniforms, they are most likely wearing something as a disguise to fool the twerps. These range from very elaborate to very simple outfits, all of which have fooled Ash and his friends with similar success.

Several of these disguises are posing as other characters, such as Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy. Brock is usually the best at telling these disguises from the actual women, whether he is aware of it or not.

Formal clothes

  • Jessie and James wore a pair of light-blue yukata for a summer festival in The Ghost of Maiden's Peak.
  • In Holy Matrimony!, James wore a dark blue suit.
  • In Princess vs. Princess, Jessie wore a red kimono for the Princess festival.
  • In Lucario and the Mystery of Mew, the characters dress up in formal medieval-themed outfits. Jessie and James looked possibly the most out of place, perhaps as a tongue-in-cheek joke, wearing extravagant outfits based more on the Victorian era than medieval times. Meowth, on the other hand, wore one of the most well-known of medieval outfits, a suit of armor.
  • While competing in Kanto Pokémon Contests, Jessie wore a pink dress and red heals with a orange and red mask. She also wore a pink scarf with a PokéBall in the middle, under the name Jessebella.
  • In Spontaneous Combusken!, Jessie, while under the name Jessebella, wore a Hawaiian style outfit.
  • During the Kanto Grand Festival, the Wallace Cup, and in Playing The Leveling Field!, Jessie, while under the name Jessadila, wore a yellow, orange with a red bow and pink heart middle dress. She also wore orange flats and bow in her hair with pigtails, white stockings, and red grasses.
  • Whenever she competed in Pokémon Contests in Sinnoh, Jessie wore a large orange dress with light brown boots, with round yellow and orange glasses and her hair in pigtails, under the name Jessilina (Japanese: キャンディ・ムサリーナ Candy Musalina).
  • In Borrowing on Bad Faith!, Jessie wore a purple glitter cape with her usual outfit for an unofficial Pokémon Contest.
  • In Battling The Generation Gap!, Jessie, while under the name Jessilina, wore an outfit based on Fantina and had her hair up in the same style.
  • In Last Call—First Round! to A Grand Fight for Winning!, Jessie, while under the name Jessilina, wore a pink and yellow with a orange bow dress while participating in the Sinnoh Grand Festival.
  • In A Showcase Debut!, Jessie, while under the name Jessilia, wore a purple dress with white on the top, a large bow and ribbon on the back. She also wore green earrings, pink necklace, blue gem in her hair with it up in a bun.
  • In Performing with Fiery Charm!, A Performance Pop Quiz!, A Dancing Debut!, Master Class Is in Session!, Performing a Pathway to the Future!, and The First Day of the Rest of Your Life!, Jessie, while under the name Jessilia, wore a purple and red dress with dark purple heels. She also wore two bracelets on her left wrist, green necklace, a flower with ribbons in her hair and was put up in a bun with a piece of it covering her left eye, and a one piece mask on the her right eye.
  • In Party Dancecapades!, Jessie wore a purple dress with a green gem in the middle, purple necklace and green earnings. James wore a brown suit.

Other clothes

Regular clothes

  • In Princess vs. Princess, Jessie wore various clothes while shopping at the Princess festival.
  • In The Electrike Company!, James and Meowth wore black jackets with a bullseye on the back of them.
  • During the Pokémon Summer Academy, Jessie, while under the name Jessilinda, wore a pink and yellow with a red bow in the middle dress. She also wore a pair of glasses with a yellow headband and had her hair up in pigtails.
  • During the Twinleaf Festival and the Sinnoh League, Jessie wore a green shirt with orange flowers on it, light-green skirt, pink sandals with white strap in the middle, and sunglasses. James wore a red shirt with yellow hearts on it, green shorts, blue sandals, white headband, and sunglasses. Meowth wore a dark purple shirt with a pink stripes on it, purple shorts, brown hat, and sunglasses.
  • In A Little Rocket R & R!, Jessie wore a blue shirt with a pink and white long sleeve shirt, and orange pants. She also wore a white hat, pink and white shoes, orange sunglasses, and had her hair up in two buns. James wore a yellow, blue and orange shirt with white sleeves. He also wore green shorts, yellow hat, white and yellow socks with brown shoes, and blue sunglasses. Meowth wore a white with a green stripe shirt, orange shorts, and a black hat. Wobbuffet wore a white with a red stripe shirt and a black hat.

Uniform clothes

Weather clothes

Snow wear
  • In Freeze Frame, Jessie wore a orange jacket with black stripes around it, gray pants with blue gloves and boots. James wore a yellow with black stripes around it, gray pants with red gloves and boots. Meowth wore a green coat, pink pants and black boots.
  • Team Rocket wore green jackets and pants in Let it Snow, Let it Snow, Let it Snorunt!.
  • In Seeing the Forest for the Trees!, Jessie wore a black and white jacket with brown gloves. James wore a blue jacket with a red, yellow and orange hat, and green gloves. Meowth wore a yellow jacket with a orange and red hat, and pink mittens. Wobbuffet wore a red jacket and earmuff.
  • In Getting a Jump on the Competition!, Jessie wore a black and purple snow suit with brown gloves. James wore a green and brown jacket with black gloves. Meowth and Wobbuffet wore the same snow outfits that they wore in Pokémon the Series: XY, except Meowth wore a pink jacket instead of orange.
Swimwear
  • In Pokémon Shipwreck, Jessie wore a dark-blue bikini while James wore a pair of light-blue swim trunks in a dream.
  • Jessie and James both wore two-piece bikinis in Beauty and the Beach. James wore his with giant inflatable breasts. These swimsuits were never seen in the English dub, since the scene containing them was cut.
  • In March of the Exeggutor Squad, Jessie wore a red one piece swimsuit while James wore light-blue swim briefs.
  • In A Way Off Day Off, Jessie wore a navy bikini while James wore a navy swim swim trucks.
  • Jessie and James both wore swimsuits in A Staravia is Born!. Jessie wore a blue bikini and James wore blue swim briefs. They both had the 'R' logo on them. In A Crasher Course in Power!, Jessie wore the same blue bikini and James wore the same blue swim briefs, except without the 'R' logo on it.
  • Jessie, James and Meowth were seen using scuba gears in The Island of Illusions!.
  • In The Sun, the Scare, the Secret Lair!, James wore a purple scuba outfit with a Corsola shape helmet.

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See also


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