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.
October 30, 2013 by Stacey
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.October 14, 2014 by Tom
In Say Anything…, Lloyd Dobler (John Cusack) is an average student pursuing Diane Court, a valedictorian way out of his league. When asked by Diane’s father what he wants to do after graduation, he reveals that he wants to be a professional kickboxer.
July 14, 2013 by Jaime
If you’re not into wearing color and you like to be the “weird girl” then Allison Reynolds’ look is the one for you. The key is to wear clothes that are a little too big for you and to make sure you carry a giant purse full of nonsensical stuff. We will leave it up to you whether or not you want to go all the way and include the dandruff.November 15, 2013 by Jaime
The misunderstood bad boy, John Bender, was grunge before grunge was considered a fashion style. The guy was so cool not only did he cut the sleeves off of his flannel shirt but he wore two jackets. So if you want to attract your own Claire Standish then wear layers and learn to light a match with your teeth.
March 17, 2013 by Janie
No one made parochial rebelliousness look cooler than Jordana Bevan (Yasmin Paige) in Submarine. It was no wonder that Oliver Tate was so tongue tied around her. She made even the most conservative school uniform look stylish. Her style can be mirrored by throwing on a red coat and breaking some hearts.
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