Here we are, in Ellie’s suck era. Like, she sucks. And also, as Alex once called her, she’s “a suck”. She’s traded in her crimper for a waver, she’s simping over a f*ckboy, and she’s cringily playing the drums. First she’s shown in a long sleeve shirt under short sleeve shirt under long sleeve shirt (Family Guy reference anyone?) Then we see her in her O-ring choker. And now let’s talk about THE outfit. Even though Ellie is already being drained of her style and personality at this point, I do enjoy this outfit and the *jaw drop* reveal they do of it. However I just noticed the sleeves don’t look very conducive to drumming. So what they’ve done with Ellie’s style here, is she’s basically a normie, but in darker colors. Though subtle, this dress is very cool with the off-the-shoulder sleeves, corset buttons, and ruffly layered skirt. I actually feel a bit sorry for her right here. She was so hopeful.
This is a very Craiggy episode, so enjoy this giant fashion spread. Sadly his style isn’t TOO much to speak of, but like I’ve said before, it’s very realistic of a teenage rocker boy from the time. Not overstylized, as he’s focused on other things. He does KIND of look simulated sometimes with all these obvious yet abstract graphic “rocker” tees, like the headphones one. But I really feel like those jeans and shoes are Jake’s. And maybe that Headbangers Ball shirt too 🙂 Also, please note the outfit he wears for the wedding his band plays at. It’s like, 70s reminiscent, but this time for good reason since they’re playing “funk”. Man, what do you guys think here, when it comes to how Craig is treating Ellie? What an icky triangle.
Spinner is the pariah of Degrassi. Not really sure what Darcy saw in him, ya know? Did she feel sorry for him? Did he seem like a good candidate for Jesus? Or did she like, just think he was cool? Anyway, he still dresses in this skater-chic style. Minus the chic! Haha. Spiky hair, wristbands, ball bearings, and piercings. And of course, Casual Khakis.
Here’s our rando roundup from Foolin’. First is Frienship Club, looking extra creepy. Then a front steps shot featuring flared jeans and baggy jeans. Then the drugstore cashier, looking extra judgy when JT buys a pregnancy test. She’s got highlights, a side part, and side bangs. Oh and here’s this baby, who is not judging JT.
In this season they’re always telling Liberty it’s not good for the baby for her to be working so hard in student council. Personally, *I* think it’s not good for the baby for Liberty to be a constant bitch. But hey, I’m not a doctor.
So yeah she’s a full on barrel of fun here, after she reveals she’s pregananant. Her hoodie era is here. And the more stressed she gets, the higher her backpack gets. I swear, that backpack is unacceptable. There’s no way anyone would do that back then. lol. Anyway, I’d also like to point out the other noteworthy item in her wardrobe this episode – the ballet flats, another mid-late 2000s staple. I remember when everyone was like “omg, you can look cute and formal without wearing heels! Flats are the perfect solution!”