Emma is still all Lululemon-chic in this first shot of an olive tank. Then she’s in a zipup top with a cami underneath, and I believe a jean skirt. The next outfit is a baby blue tank and low-rise jeans. Oh yeah, and also some Vans, which she uses to trip Rick. I gotta say, Vans circled back around QUICK with even greater popularity right now. And the final outfit is more lulu in more green.
Oh yeah, I remember that Ellie is kinda questioning this ribbon campaign. There’s a lot to unpack there. She and Sean were like “Um no thanks.” It’s hard to say why. I mean, I guess they both thought it was better to simply not engage, to not get involved. Emma and friends were, seemingly, about REVENGE. And Sean and Ellie probably would have just been more content to ignore Rick’s existence. Then again, they weren’t close to Terri and probably weren’t privy to the whole story of her relationship to Rick. But… neither was Emma.
Oh, right, fashion. Ellie has these cute little hair clips and a side part. As someone who is her age, I feel like those weren’t cool at the time necessarily. Because that’s exactly how we’d wear our hair in elementary school in the 90s. So why would we do this in high school? These clips are exactly what I did when I was growing my bangs out in 2nd grade, ya know? However, I do like this, I do think it’s cute, and it has risen to become a modern trend – partly thanks to the e-girl aesthetic. So technically Ellie was way ahead of her time. She also wears her red collar and a chain necklace, and some dark striped top.
First we briefly see Danny using an ironing board as a hot-tub diving board, wearing floral swim trunks that seem to be an eternal staple in the male human wardrobe. Then, he’s got a super baggy silhouette wearing these cargo pants, an oversized tee over a long sleeve tee. Oh yeah, also a sweatband and a slick watch. I had to throw in this shot of his fake ID as Gunther Von Eisenstadt. And the last outfit is just a grey tee and khaki cargo pants. It took a long time for Danny to grow on me. But over the years I have come to like him. I feel like…. hear me out… he had more personality in his younger years – like right now. And I will say the same for JT. I prefer young JT over older JT, and young Danny over newer Danny.
Oh this is the penis envy episode, JT vs Craig. Hilarious! First, Craig is wearing camo, which is weird. We actually don’t see a lot of camo at Degrassi, do we? Anyway, he’s got a camo tee and a jean jacket. Then I threw in this towel pic for no good reason. We don’t see Craig shirtless very much at all. Actually, we don’t see most people in swimsuits or anything very much. Maybe it’s because Canadian summer is 2 months long at most. My summer is 8 months long soooo I’m a little jealous. Anyway, the final outfit is loose-fitting jeans, worn-out Chucks, and a tee and his jean jacket.
We are in this new episode, Mercy Street, which should really be called Merciless Street. Alex is stoked to be able to jump on the bully bandwagon. First she’s in a black ribbed tank. The next outfit is just… horrible? Or is it awesome? Monochromatic af in baggy casual khakis and a brown tank. And finally, a white tank and some work pants. Each ‘fit comes accessorized with exposed bra straps, big hoops, crossbody bag, and sunglasses tucked into her shirt throughout.
Marco’s dad! I posted him out of my usual order because I had to go back and recap some corrupted files. First we see him in his work clothes, and it looks like the name of his company is “Print Three”. Next he’s in a checkered shirt like “you’re doing amazing sweetie!” at Marco’s speech. And the last pic is him looking super Italian somehow in a newboy hat and brown jacket.