DTNG FASHION S3E10:Never Gonna Give You Up Aired: 2003
I wish we were getting such a huge Terri spread under better circumstances, but as we all know, this is where her relationship with Rick is turning sour. First, Terri is wearing her hair half-up and a horizontally-striped shirt, and that cute heart necklace. Then she’s polishing her acting skills with an open button down and a khaki midi skirt. Ew, no to that skirt. Then, we’re in more of a classic Terri look – pajama chic. Sweatpants with a short sleeve ZUH. Just kidding, I’m not actually going to call zip up hoodies ZUHs. For dress rehearsal she dons a gingham sweater and this is the first time gingham has looked unappetizing to me. (Not because of her, but because of the sweater/color itself.) Next she’s in a gray and turquoise blouse and the heart necklace again. I also wanted to point out her French-manicured nails. Which I’d never noticed were severely out of style. HOWEVER, I think they’re sliding their way back into fashion as we speak. Poor sweet Terri. This is a completely overused phrase these days but, she doesn’t deserve this. Our final ‘fit ia a terra-cotta colored henley top paired with some newfound conviction. Conviction that sadly does not last.
Oh right. We see so much Terri in this episode because her story is the B-plot. Toby and Rick are both creeping on her. First she’s wearing drawstring sweatpants, white shoes, a blue 3/4 sleeve top, and her hair up. Next, she’s literally wearing that skirt from the dance in SEASON ONE which is amazing. But I’m sure Paige had something to say about that. Next, she’s in a dark blue kinda peasanty blouse with a khaki midi pencil skirt, and hoop earrings… and this, my friends, is the beginning of the end.
DTNG FASHION S3E7:Should I Stay or Should I Go? Aired: 2003
Terri has NEW HAIR! She got some highlights. I love it. I just want to take a moment to say that while golden blonde is currently out of trend and now referred to as “brassy” because people prefer to err on the side of well, GREY?!, I adore golden, yellow, brassy, whatever blonde, and hope to put a touch of that in my own hair one day.
DTNG FASHION S2E22: Tears are Not Enough, Part 2 Aired: 2003
Terri is such an angel in this episode. I love her role here of comforting Craig as she has also lost a parent. First she’s wearing her white peasant top with a periwinkle hoodie. Then she’s wearing her hair back with the “face-framing tendrils” as I call them, and leis and florals and floral print and she’s just wonderful.
Terri is wearing a tee with tiny horizontal stripes and snaps down the front, with a zip up hoodie, and of course, sweatpants. Her hair is gorgeous, down, with a middle part. And then for the skit she’s got some kind of costume accessories over top to give off some Greek vibes.
Terri reads palms with a lotta jewelry, braids in her hair, and a grey v-neck under a grey zip-up hoodie. Ashley looking all hard but being all judgey. (I know it’s simply a stereotype that goths are into the dark arts but you’d at least think Ash would be a little more chill about it.) She wears that bad midi denim pencil skirt and chunky white tennies. Oh yeah, and her prediction is that Paige is gonna die, which is soon disproven but Terri is left in the dark worrying on that. The next day she’s in a horizontally-striped tee and a hooded vest, still sporting the braids. Oh yeah, also the cross body bag. I like to point those out as much as possible till they disappear. Next we see one of those striped, long sleeve polos that are awful. I also had to grab a shot of this Blackberry because well, it’s fashion in its own way right? Next we’re wearing another zip-up hoodie, with sweatpants and those white shoes. Terri staying true to her pajama-chic style.
S2E16: Message in a Bottle Aired: 2003
First Terri wears a beige hooded sweater, a long denim skirt, a ponytail, hoop earrings, and frosty eyeshadow. To the party, she literally wears the same skirt she wore to the dance in Season 1. I’m sure Paige would have had something to say about that if she were there. She wears it with a black top, dark wash jean jacket, cross necklace, and she took a crimper to her hair, which I always love to see.
Terri wears some 2000s-y necklaces, a red tee, a jean jacket, and her hair up in a ponytail. I truly do admire the realism of her wardrobe in particular, in representing the average 2000s middle schooler. Well, except maybe the pajama pants.
Terri is still athletic-chic as usual. First she wears a low ponytail, hoop earrings, and what looks to be a beige track jacket over a white tank. Not her best color but she’s an angel so we’ll look past it. And next is a perfectly lovely blouse with a keyhole opening which she ruins by wearing a zip up hoodie over. However, this attire is realistic af for this age at this time, so I’m not hatin.
S2E11: Don’t Believe the Hype Aired: 2002
Terri is mentioning she is Scottish, wearing a grey hooded vest over a pink tee and her hair all done up in twisties. She miraculously has the same exact hairdo the next day while wearing a pale button down. And lastly, we get a closeup of her listening to Hazel’s speech, wearing a headband and some kind of white top.