Haha, this is that part where Jimmy is reading Charles Dickens or something in an accent. I love his dedication. He’s wearing a Nike hoodie, and that’s all I’ve got to say. The dude next to him is dressed much more interestingly.
Emma is at this tree-trimming party since her parents are friends. You can’t even really see her outfit, but I’m posting this anyway. Here’s Emma in a grey long-sleeve. If nothing else, this is proof that she WAS in this episode. In case you’re looking for such proof.
Lord, we have a buttload of Craig to go through today. Because his cheating ass is the star of the show. First we see him unloading the Christmas tree. He wears jeans, a leather jacket, and one of the worst fashion items to appear on broomheadz – a backwards newsboy hat. This is atrocious. And unfortunately there’s more. But next we see him taking phonecalls from his mistress, with his usual floofy hair, and a red tee under a denim overshirt. His next appearance is in a raglan tee – try not to get distracted by Joey’s awful turtleneck, we will get to that in another post. Next, oh no – that awful hat is back. He’s even tucked his bangs into it. Who let this happen? He continues to wear this awful thing throughout the rest of these shots. It’s kinda hard to pay attention to his boring shirts, pants, and shoes that I’d otherwise go over with you.
I don’t know why, but Caitlin’s lack of confidence is just, strange to me? I feel like she shouldn’t be so wimpy at this point in life. So yeah in this episode she’s weirdly lingering around Joey’s family, and unfortunately Sydney makes it worse by making Caitlin a babysitter, further entwining her with their family. Anyway, she’s first at the tree-trimming party in a red v-neck, sporting that bleach blonde textured haircut. Then, she’s late for Angie’s… recital? What is the word I’m looking for? In a blue puff jacket and a striped scarf. Next, she’s again, lingering at Joey’s house, in a purple horizontal-striped shirt. Then her best bud Sydney comes to see her at work. She’s wearing a turtleneck and a zip-up leather jacket. Sometimes in the 2000s, we were lost. Lost between the 90s and the future and unsure of what looks good. And finally, she’s doing the babysitting in a grey and pink raglan tee.
Ashley is wearing some red and blue rock-n-roll looking shirt that I just can’t decipher. Then she’s practicing with Craig for the holiday talent show, wearing a brownish sweater with a black tee, flare jeans, and converse. She and Craig really had nice standard realistic alt-kid looks. I mean, they think they’re so alt but they’re really not wearing anything extreme, and that’s about right. Ya know? People be like “I had a scene phase” and you see pics and all they did was part their hair to the side, wear a plastic bracelet and Converse. We had to wear diluted versions of our dream styles as teens. But Ash and Craig weren’t too interested in actual fashion at this point, I’d reckon. They were just dressed casually and focused on music. They’d probably still describe their style as rocker or something anyway, ya know? The last outfit is a inter tee with a black cardi, and a leather bracelet for good measure.
On to the next episode, which was just recently named one of my least favorites, we start off with Angie seen in what looks to be a fuzzy red sweater. She’s pretty much sporting pigtails the entire episode which were most likely done by Sydney. She’s just wearing standard kid clothes which I don’t feel the need to describe. But the star fashion piece is this costume that Syd made for the ice skating pageant. Satiny and sequiny!