Oh yes, this is a nice SLAY session here with Spike, the queen of fashion around here. Let’s just forget how dang awkward this whole dating-Patrick thing is, and look at the clothes. First, she’s just wearing her Pogues shirt all by itself. Then for the date, she wears her Billy Idol shirt. She’s done a bit of DIY to the tee by tying the sleeves up with little red ribbons. And let’s not forget this…. skirt. It’s like, you think it’s gonna be jeans, but suddenly it turns into a ruffly skirt. And it’s not just any skirt. It seems to have pockets deeper than you could imagine, holding a giant pocketbook inside. And for the final outfit, I really really love it. She wears another band tee (The Mission) with a skirt, spandex shorts, and a vest. This is sooo comfy looking yet so cool. I never know how to style band shirts. I’m just like, “here’s this shirt” and put some jeans on with it.
As much as I’d like to not include this dude/character here on broomheadz, I’m still going to. Idk, for the sake of consistency and thoroughness or something. Scott’s assortment of tight jeans and flowy shirts really paint a picture of the 80s man, complete with the baby mullet and of course the sick Degrassi jacket.
Just a few random background characters for you today. First is this girl in some sort of poncho looking thing. Then a girl in a cute striped boat neck kinda tee. Then, some nice high waisted khaki-isk pants and a sleeveless tee at the Degrassi daycare.
Patrick, he’s so deceiving. He puts on such a nice guy front, but don’t cross him. First he wears a big dark sweater with a decorative safety pin on the breast and a…. dang it what is this hat called? A newsboy hat? And we also see him wearing his Pogues shirt with suspenders.
I feel like I’ve seen Lucy in this exact cutoff Degrassi sweatshirt. Nevertheless, I love it. We also see him in a tie-dyed tee, suggesting that he hangs out with others who wear tie-dye, such as Yick, which he does.
Okay, I know I’m supposed to be focusing on fashion here, but let’s take a minute to assess Grumpypants Liz’s body language here. This first outfit, where she is in this brown outfit, this is where Patrick is asking Spike out. Note the crossed arms, the judgemental face, and then the frighteningly possessive way Liz places her hand on Spike’s shoulder to lead her away. And then of course the way she’s slumped up against the fence there just shows her general disdain for everyone around her. Anyway, the outfits are fine – I do like the miniskirt, but I’m neither wowed nor offended by her attire this episode.