Image Episode(s) Description
" Get the Message"
In Lincoln's dramatization on how they will get Lori's phone and delete the hateful message he left on it, Clyde tears his shirt to reveal a white tuxedo underneath it. He also uses a black marker to draw a mustache.
He is shirtless for a brief scene afterwards, with a mustache drawn on with a light green marker.
" A Tale of Two Tables"
He is wearing an outfit similar to the outfit worn by Mickey from Rocky.
He dresses up like a barber to give Lincoln a new hairdo for the grownup table.
" Changing the Baby"
When he thinks Lily is replacing him as Lincoln's best friend, he spies on them disguised as a newsstand worker...
...and a clothing mannequin.
He then dresses up like a baby thinking it's the only way to win Lincoln back.
" Overnight Success"
His pajamas are dark blue. The top has a zipper.
" Hand-Me-Downer" and " Butterfly Effect"
Clyde wears a purple cycling helmet.
" Sleuth or Consequences"
He cosplays as Ace Savvy's partner One-Eyed Jack when preparing to go to the comic book convention.
" Butterfly Effect"
He wears a red parachute when he goes skydiving with Lori.
" Along Came a Sister"
In a flashback to the previous year's Halloween, Clyde went trick-or-treating as a spider, and accidentally terrified Leni and Mr. Loud who are afraid of spiders. He wears his costume again to try to stall the Exterminator from killing Frances, but to no avail.
" Chore and Peace"
He wears a wedding tux when Walt accidentally ends up sending Lori's "text" to him instead of Bobby and he believes Lori finally decided to accept him as her beau (a boyfriend or male admirer).
" For Bros About to Rock"
He dresses up as one of the band members of SMOOCH which Luna insisted.
" Save the Date"
He disguises himself as a waiter at Jean Juan's French Mex to make sure that Lori and Bobby stay apart only to fail in the end.
" Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru"
Clyde and Lincoln wear identical aprons while baking.
They later wear bow ties while selling pies and balloon animals.
As the Girl Guru's partner, Clyde adds a tan-colored hat to the outfit from before.
" Roughin' It"
Clyde wears an apron, similar to the one from " Lincoln Loud: Girl Guru", but with a white undershirt as well.
Clyde takes off his glasses so that Lincoln can use the lenses to make a fire.
" The Waiting Game" and " One Flu Over the Loud House"
Clyde wears a hazmat suit to Chandler's party. He wears one again so he can safely give the Louds his "Heal Meals".
" Study Muffin"
In Clyde's fantasy of acting bad when he goes to middle school without Lincoln, he wears a black t-shirt and black pants. His hair is styled into a faux hawk, which is colored purple and has a skull drawn in the left side of his head.
" 11 Louds a Leapin'"
Clyde's snow gear is composed of black pants, purple boots, a purple-gray jacket, and a gray hat similar to Lincoln's.
Clyde wears a red turtleneck, while still wearing his black pants and shoes.
" Intern for the Worse"
Clyde wears a white uniform, a black tie with a red outline, and a white soda jerk hat when working for Flip.
" Brawl in the Family"
Clyde is seen wearing one of Lincoln's orange shirts for Picture Day.
" Cheater by the Dozen"
Lincoln and Clyde wear white cook hats, and white aprons, because they work in Giovanni Changs Italian Chinese Bistro to pay debt for the destruction Clyde caused.
" The Whole Picture"
Clyde wears various costumes of Lincoln's sisters and parents, as well as one of Santa Claus' elves.
" Shell Shock"
During a volleyball match, Lincoln and Clyde wear red t-shirts with a black stripe, and red shorts with yellow stripes.
" Out of the Picture"
Lincoln and Clyde, as Student Council members, were wearing black robes, and white wigs.
Lincoln and Clyde, as Chess Club members, were disguised as pawns (Lincoln as a black pawn, and Clyde as a white pawn).
Lincoln and Clyde, as Morticians Club members, were wearing black tophats, black suits, black trousers, black shoes, white shirts, and red bowties.
" ARGGH! You for Real?"
When Lincoln and Clyde was watching the taping of ARGGH!, he wears a black turtleneck sweater, a beige belt, and grey boots. He also wears a purple helmet with purple night vision goggles on his head.
To get into Huntington Manor, he and Lincoln wear light blue suit jackets, white collared shirts, and red and black striped ties.
" Snow Way Down"
Clyde was forced to wear an overly protective, bundled up snow suit by Howard and Harold. It was a puffy dark purple jacket with a scarf, mittens, a purple hat, and dark purple shoes.
Clyde wears the same snow gear in "11 Louds a Leapin'".
Clyde only wore his snow clothes and he had to wear a yellow helmet, so he wouldn't kill himself, when sledding.
" Deuces Wild!"
He cosplays again as One-Eyed Jack during his and Lincoln's superhero fantasy.