Toby doesn’t really have a role in this episode except to be that undesirable boy in the background that wishes he was going on a date with Emma. He wears a grey long sleeve, and then a navy polo over a grey shirt. Hope you weren’t expecting color in this post.
Terri’s got her hair pulled half back and is sporting her usual “bedtime casual” sort of style. First, a maxi skirt with a long sleeve tee and hooded zip up vest thing. Please note that she also has “Travis Barker” written declaratively on her binder. Travis Barker indeed. (Oddly enough, my husband was watching a Travis Barker solo video last night.) And finally we see her in a navy blue zip up hoodie.
Spinner’s got his hair spiked and is wearing a cool 2000s dude short sleeve over a long sleeve tee, baggy khaki pants, and I had to include this discman. He also has on that spiky necklace. So, after Kwan breaks his discman, he has to report to caf duty, his community service after letting earwigs loose in the caf. Then he dons a jacket to go troll Kwan after hours. The next day he boasts about how he got Kwan to cry, and he’s wearing an olive green long sleeve.
Spike is still looking rather deflated without the signature hair of her youth. She wears a super scoop neck tee with a dragon on it or something, and warns Emma of verbal diarrhea before releasing Emma on her date.
Tell me, would a girl at DCS be so desirable if SHE wore the same thing every day? Anyway, Sean is of course wearing denim on denim with a white tee. He does wear basketball shorts and skater shoes for gym class, so enjoy this single denim-free moment. For the date with Emma he does decide to dress things up by putting a dorky turtleneck on under his jean jacket, something I have never seen before. Actually I don’t think I’ve ever seen a boy in a turtleneck irl ever.
This group of posts was formerly known as “Minor Character Fashion” but I am hereby renaming it to “Miscellaneous Fashion” because I also like to include group shots of people we do know. First is a look at Kwan’s class, students dressed in typical 2000s garb such as cowl neck sweaters. Then is Kwan’s night ESL class, so you get to see a variety of traditional and typical outfits representing many cultures. Then we see the sassy pizza man, the grumpy security guard, and now we are back in Kwan’s class, where Jeremy from The Princess Diaries has made a special guest appearance.
Wow, as soon as these photos came into view as I uploaded them to the blog I heard Paige in my head “…bargain basement nose job.” Her hair is slightly curled under and it’s cut in this tapered face framing way that looks cute but is actually quite annoying if you try to move your hair out of your way behind your shoulders, because it just falls back forward. She wears a royal blue ribbed 3/4 sleeve cropped shirt, and low rise jeans. You know, ever since the day I wore a blue shirt and blue jeans, and some dude told me I was wearing too much blue, I just can’t look at blue shirts with jeans the same way. It’s blowing my mind. Why are all our pants blue? Why BLUE jeans? Why weren’t they RED jeans or GREEN jeans? It’s a real question. Anyway, I threw in one more Paige outfit even though we don’t get a good look at it – but as always I’m trying to capture absolutely everything I can. Here she is sort of “cas” (casual) as they say – she’s in a grey zip up hoodie and a white tee.
“It’s called Passion Flame,” Manny stated, waving her quintessentially 2000s orange shimmer nails in the air. “Very hot,” Emma replied, knowingly.
In the next shots Manny’s hair is all pigtailed and braided up, and she wears this knitted sweater of various shades of pink. And finally she wears this blue baseball tee with a rhinestone flower on the chest.