Victor Pulak

In Wet Hot American Summer, Victor Pulak (Ken Marino) is a counselor at Camp Firewood, a Jewish camp located in Maine. With his sleeveless shirt and cutoff jorts, he lets it all hang out in the summer.

Lindsay Weir

Lindsay Weir, the main character of Freaks and Geeks, is a bright and talented girl at McKinley High. Once a diligent student and a mathlete, she is now finding her own way and spending time with the school burnouts or “freaks”. Throughout the one season that the show ran, she is repeatedly seen wearing her dad’s old army jacket over her tomboy clothes.

Billy from Bad Grandpa

In Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa, Billy (Jackson Nicoll) travels cross-country with his grandfather Irving Zisman and mayhem ensues. This is the outfit Billy usually wears – you’re on your own for his “dance” costume.

Princess Peach

Always the damsel-in-distress, Princess Peach has a pretty standard style as far as royalty is concerned. Extremely feminine and sweet, her look is also easy to recreate. All you need is a pink prom dress and long white gloves. Top the look off with a tiara and you are sure to attract your own Italian plumber in no time.

The Man in the Yellow Hat

Curious George’s human companion, the Man in the Yellow Hat, takes his name from his attire. Little is known about this mystery guy other than his propensity to dress in yellow. Although if you’re going to hang out with a monkey it makes sense that you would want to dress like a giant banana.

Where’s Waldo?

You might think Waldo would be easy to spot in a crowd, what with his red and white striped attire. Unfortunately, he likes to hang around things like barber poles and candy canes, accompanied by people like Wenda, Woof, and Odlaw who dress similarly.

Guile

In the Street Fighter series, Guile is a US Air Force major who sets out to avenge his wingman’s death. He does this by bare-knuckle brawling M. Bison. An F-14 Tomcat would get the job done much faster, but where’s the fun in that?

Apollo Creed

In the Rocky series, Apollo Creed (Carl Weathers) is the The Master of Disaster, The King of Sting, The Prince of Punch, and the Undisputed Heavyweight Champion of the World. He throws Rocky Balboa a bone by giving him a shot at the title. Little does he know that they’d become nemeses, and later best buds.

Maverick from Top Gun

In Top Gun, Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) is one of the top fighter pilots in the Navy. His moves catch the eye of his wingmen and work their magic when enemies are locked onto his tail and ready to shoot their missiles into him. Volleyball and suntan lotion are not included.

Mr. Peanut

Mr. Peanut, born Bartholomew Richard Fitzgerald-Smythe, has been the dapper face of the Planters snack food company since 1916. He always dresses to the nines, at least on his head, hands, and feet.