The user can produce/create/generate clothing from energy or matter or drawing them from another dimension. They gain abilities related on the type of clothing worn, although this may be connected to their personal opinions, cultural connections, etc. This may result in the destruction or transformation of their current attire.
Half-Ghost like Danny (Danny Phantom) can switch from human to ghost also change their civilize clothes to ghost clothes.
Piccolo (Dragon Ball Z) fires a beam...
...and clads Gohan in training gi similar to Goku's.
Gohan (Dragon Ball Z) can instantly don his Great Saiyaman costume by pressing a button on his Great Saiyaman Watch.
When Prince Adam (Masters of the Universe) wields his sword...
...his clothes become armor and he becomes He-Man
Jaime Reyes/Blue Beetle (DC Comics)
John Stewart (DCAU) creates his Lantern costume.
While in his original debut Hal Jordan's (DC Comics) Green Lantern costume was just another costume, it was later established that his and the other Lanterns costumes are constructs created by their rings while activated.
Superman's (DC Comics: New 52) costume in the New 52 is a biotech armor that allows him to materialize it on his body whenever he wants while wearing it.
Zatanna (Young Justice/DC Comics)
Erza Scarlet's (Fairy Tail) Knight allows her to magically generate different armor and clothing from different dimensions.
Lucy Heartfilia (Fairy Tail) can transfer Celestial Powers to herself and gained a new dress based on each Zodiac Spirit.
Coordinator (Fairy Tail) can use Requip similar to Erza's.
Emi Yusa (The Devil is a Part-Timer!) materializes silver armor on her arms and legs.
The members of Frieza's race (Dragon Ball) are able to grow their own "bio-suits" and remove them at will.
Shinobi (Senran Kagura) can use their stored Yang Energy to manifest of each shinobi's idealized appearance.
Thuries (Valkyrie Crusade) can create clothes that bring happiness to all who wear them.
Spider-Man's (Spider-Man Unlimited) spider-suit is composed of nanobots, allowing him to materialize it around his body at any time.
Illyria (Angel) manifesting a leather bodysuit.
Cinder Fall (RWBY) wearing Dust woven clothes.
Captain Underpants (Captain Underpants) can conjure up limitless amounts of underwear to fling at his enemies.
Trish (Devil May Cry series)
Sabrina Spellman (The Chilling Adventures Of Sabrina)
Henry Hart and Ray Manchester have special Bubble Gum to transform into their Captain Man and Kid Danger uniforms.
In the Rebirth, Wally West (DC Comics), learned to reweave the molecules of his Kid Flash costume and construct a new Flash costume out of pure Speed Force energy and summon it anytime without the aid of a Costume Ring.