Posts by Stacey

Aunt Gayle

Aunt Gayle, voiced by Megan Mullally, is the sensitive and unstable sister of Linda Belcher. Her hobbies include painting animal butts and pining after men. She stops by for a visit every now and then, and is seen wearing large blue glasses and a fanny pack.

Su Li-Zhen from In the Mood for Love

Wong Kar-wai’s In the Mood for Love follows Su Li-zhen, played by Maggie Cheung, who slowly develops a relationship with a married neighbor in 1960’s conservative Hong Kong. Throughout the film, she is seen in an array of modernized chinese style dresses and a big up-do. To more accurately mimic her look with your cotume, try incorporate the theme of red that is so prevalent in the movie.

Linda Belcher

Linda is the enthusiastic and supportive mother of the Belcher family. Her loud and outgoing personality compliments her quiet husband’s personality as they work together in the restaurant. Her day-to-day wear consists of a red long sleeve shirt, blue jeans, and big red glasses.

Britney Spears

The princess of pop first reached stardom with her hit single video, “Baby One More Time.” Britney performs the 90’s classic in a school girl uniform with a fun and unique twist.

Bill Haverchuck

Bill Haverchuck is one of Sam Weir’s best friends in the cult classic Freaks and Geeks. Though he is picked last in gym class and is bullied in the halls, he seems the most secure with who he is and is in no hurry to grow up. To really polish off Bill’s look, dig out the oldest sneakers in your closet and bring back that terrible posture you’ve learned to forget.

Lindsay Weir

Lindsay Weir, the main character of Freaks and Geeks, is a bright and talented girl at McKinley High. Once a diligent student and a mathlete, she is now finding her own way and spending time with the school burnouts or “freaks”. Throughout the one season that the show ran, she is repeatedly seen wearing her dad’s old army jacket over her tomboy clothes.

Chris Crocker

Chris Crocker made his mark on YouTube when he pleaded the internet to “leave Britney alone!” shortly after her VMA Gimme More performance in 2007. In the infamous clip, he weeps and rubs his heavily made up eyes as he defends the popstar, all while hiding under a bedsheet.

Harry Potter in The Prisoner of Azkaban

At the end of his third year at Hogwarts, Harry learns the truth behind his parents’ deaths and who he can and can not trust while trying to save the beloved hippogriff, Buckbeak. While on this adventure, Harry is out of uniform and in a simple sweatshirt and tee that get a bit roughed up from all of the escaped-prisoner-chasing, dementor-fighting, and time-traveling.

Hermione Granger in The Prisoner of Azkaban

Hermione, who is typically the brains of the group, gets her hands dirty by sticking it to the Ministry of Magic and releasing the sentenced Buckbeak. Her youthful pink attire contrasts with her strong and tough spirit, especially in the popular scene where she punches Draco Malfoy in the face.

Ron Weasley in The Prisoner of Azkaban

Though Ron misses out on a chunk of the adventure due to an injury from the Whomping Willow and a mysterious dog, we do not miss out on seeing his maroon and orange getup that is impeccably ‘Weasley’.