Caitlin appears with a ketchup red pixie cut, skinny eyebrows, and a fuchsia turtleneck to do a news piece on the school blood drive. Then she’s seen in this flare-sleeve silhouette that I’ve come to associate her with. This maroon looking top has a deep V and she pairs it with some dark slacks. Growing up I’ve always thought Caitlin was pretty but the hair was never quite right. Ya know? I mean it’s none of my business and to this day I can’t say what I think the best style on her is. But regardless you gotta respect the experimentation.
DTNGFASHION S4E8: Time Stands Still, Part 2 Aired: 2004
Caitlin’s short red pixie cut is… somethin. But honestly I have no idea what hair is best for Caitlin. It’s a puzzle. Oh yeah, I think she’s fighting with Joey in this first shot maybe? In a linen shirt, because she’s a traveler now. Then she wears this green wrap top with jeans and a jean jacket. What a weird confrontation with Sydney. Just, so weird. But turns out it’s not really a confrontation, it’s a business deal. Caitlin buys Joey’s house to kick him right in the man parts, lol.
DTNGFASHION S4E7: Time Stands Still, Part 1 Aired: 2004
Oh hey, Caitlin made an appearance! If I remember correctly, she made a surprise trip back to Toronto. She’s got a pixie cut and a brassy brown dye job. She looks to be wearing a white linen shirt and some sort of woven bag to show how well-traveled she is now.
Wow, we’re at the end of season 3 already! Okay, I may finish this project one day after all! So in this finale, we get a lot of Caitlin. Oh lord, I feel SO bad for her sometimes. Caitlin really can break my heart, when her heart is broken (or about to be broken). So in this episode, Caitlin is once again, for the 50th time, trying to choose between her future and Joey. She finally decides she will resign to a life of Joey, wearing a shiny silky button down. I remember those shirts. I know just how it feels to wear one. Anyway, look at her little happy face sitting at her computer thinking everything is just going to be great? I feel so bad. Oh yeah, this has another 70s oversized collar that she wears with like, a plaid blazer or something. I also thought I’d snap a shot of the personalized hand towels she’s shopping for, because that’s kind of fashion too, right? Also, get a load of that 2000s sarcastic catch phrase sticker on her computer. Well, by the end here, she has reluctantly decided to choose her well-being INSTEAD of Joey, so she’s pictured in a trench coat, getting ready to set off, leaving Joey to awkwardly face cry.
DTNG FASHION S3E18: Rock ‘n’ Roll High School Aired: 2004
Caitlin always has these 70s vibes with the bell sleeves and the huge pointy collars. I’m sure I’ve said that recently, but if I kinda forgot what I said before, maybe you did too. Like Ashley, she wears her hair layered and flipped out. I think I never could quite tell if this era of Caitlin was stylish, because I was a teenager at this time and didn’t really know if this was just, adult work clothes, ya know? We see here some flared jeans, some layered skin-tight shirts, a SHINY shirt, a plaid blazer, and we finish off with a turtleneck. This is the episode where Caitlin is at war with Angie, and losing.
DTNG FASHION S3E17: Don’t Dream it’s Over Aired: 2004
Caitlin has those flipped-out layers in her hair that were quite popular in the early 2000s. She’s also talking about how she HATES to see herself on camera, and I’m not buying that. Anyway, first she’s in a patterned blouse and then she’s in a ribbed lavender turtleneck.
Caitlin is falling all over herself all because of Joey, once again. I’m really losing my patience. But anyway, first she destroys Jack’s Santa picture while wearing a blue puffy jacket and rainbow scarf. She types a love letter to Joey in a jean jacket at work. Seems like a good idea. Next she’s seen in a sweater vest over a button down which has an oversized, presumably 70s-inspired collar. And finally, she tries to run away in a suede jacket and blue scarf but the one true love of her life stops her before takeoff. The end.