First, Heather wears some black capris with a breezy white and black striped shirt and some yellow earrings. Next, here’s her outfit for volleyball practice – a very oversized pink tee, which looks super cute alongside Erica’s blue tee. And finally – I absolutely adore this black and white polka dot ensemble with this pink hair scarf
Omg. This first outfit I am living for. It’s a polka dot sweater, a polka dot peplum skirt, and some red accents. For filming day, Heather wears a black and white top and black pants, and then for the premiere, she wears, yep, a black and white top, this time with an orange headband.
Heather is having a bit of a crisis in this episode. It’s fun to laugh at her but at the same time I do like to stop and think and understand and empathize. Basically, she feels terribly guilty for “assisting” with Erica’s abortion (by that I mean, being there for her, which was the right thing to do). But I do get it – I get why she is upset. She feels much differently about the abortion than Erica does at this point. Erica has gotten over it, and Heather hasn’t. And meanwhile, Erica is moving on romantically while Heather is filled with some sort of paranoia that this whole thing is going to happen over again. But anyway, I’m here about the outfits.
First, Heather is dreaming nightmares in a Degrassi tee, which I would like to own, thank you. Then at school we see her in a vertical-striped blouse, blue belt, and checkered skirt. For the dance she wears this shimmery, flowy, sheer, black getup and an amazing top pony that cascades down one side.
I think it’s been a white since I’ve appreciated the twins’ hair. Let’s all take a moment and just look at those tightly curled, golden brown locks, with their infinite volume and perfect 80s-ness. First, Heather wears a black and white striped sweater, and then the dons this lovely girly ensemble of a sweater with a cute scalloped collar and what appears to be an overall-skirt.