Oh no, it’s our last time seeing good old Mr. Webster. Is anyone actually sad? No offense but he was even less fun than all the other teachers we’ve met. So enjoy this last sight of his labcoat. He doesn’t even belong on a “fashion blog” (nor do I need to be the one writing it) but here we all are anyway.
Trish is once again just all casual except with a giant mohawk on her head. And then to the dance, she literally walks in with TWO boys. TWO! Okay girl! Get it! It’s a little hard to just talk about what you’re wearing when you waltz in here with a man on each arm.
I can’t remember for sure, I’m supposing Tessa came to the dance with Yick. What a cute little couple. Even though some hearts were broken with their union. Anyway, Tessa is wearing a shimmery gown with puffy sleeves.
Tabi’s greatest moments are in this episode. The fashion ain’t so bad either. So first we get to see a lot of her sporting bangs, her Degrassi jacket, mini skirt, and hose as usual. And for the dance she’s got an updo, beautiful enormous earrings, and a sort of peasant blouse and skirt.
Spike wears her ginormous green tee and a vest at school, and to the dance, she wears that black tulle-y gown and black gloves she had intended to. And here she is dancing with her longtime friend Wheels. I have to wonder how she explained to Snake that she ended up going to the dance after all, even though she said she couldn’t go.