I know people really hate Claude. I used to too, with burning rage. The more I watched the show, the more I forgot what I was so mad about. I know he’s kind of a poser, and I know he kind of screws over Caitlin, but it’s not like he’s out to gether; he just cares about saving his own ass more than hers. I dunno, I’m conflicted. Also, the writers didn’t really give us a chance to get to know anything good about him. We just know he’s an uber-negative activist who doesn’t always know what he’s talking about. Well, regardless of all of that, Claude is one of my favorite fashionistas of the show. First off, Claude wears a button down, his skill suspenders, some pants that are tighter than Wheels’s, two belts, and those freakin awesome winklepickers which are still in style af and I want some. Next, his first-kiss-with-Caitlin outfit – this dang shirt with some dude on it and IDK who it is. Then some more tigh black pants, his winklepickers, suspenders, and I think this is a bullet belt but I can’t tell for sure!
Whew, did we rack up on the Caitlin this episode! She’s extremely color-coordinated in this dusty pink blazer, blue blouse, and floral skirt. Somehow, even with her scrunchie-held ponytail, her hair still has plenty of fluff. How do they do that?!
Then, she wears a little bit more dusty pink, with some big old khaki shorts and some little slip on loafer things. This slightly unattractive outfit is what she happens to be wearing for her first kiss with Claude, who, by the way, has a much better fashion sense imo.
Well, sorry Bart, you seem ok and all but you’re just not radiating excitement or anything, ever. So just giving off your usual businessman vibes, he’s wearing some khakis, some yellow, and a big old blue cardigan. I feel like Bartholomew loves economics. Anyone else get that vibe? Sorry, I’m a little cranky because I’m studying for economics.
Yick is in this strange stage where sometimes he still resembles his pre-pubescent self and sometimes he looks like a full blown man. It’s definitely a relief to have him graduated from the crinkled oversized polos and into the tie-dye. But it looks like the “shoulder jacket” is still a thing – for anyone new here, that’s what I call the manner in which the children carry their jacket over their shoulder like Yick here.