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Joan of Arc from Clone High

Joan of Arc is the teenage literal clone of the original Joan of Ark in the MTV animated series, Clone High. It was a early 2000’s series that barely lived a single season. Surprisingly, it has a cult following and is one of MTV’s most popular animated shows. Joan represents the goth girl found at any given high school, dressed specifically in mall goth attire.

To pull off this look, you’ll need a collection of items that look straight out of the early 2000’s, such as a simple black choker, a black long sleeved shirt, some dark green cargo pants, black combat boots, and of course a simple magenta bob.

Nikki Wong

Nikki Wong is a early 2000’s portrayal of an alternative chick, giving off goth vibes while in ska punk fashion. Her feminine role in the animated show 6teen touched non-conforming girls and feminists alike. To achieve her look, you’ll need a number of items that scream California or the beach. The outfit she wears throughout the whole series are: a pair of grey cargos (brown belt at the waist), a basic white tank top, a black choker with a triangular gemstone attached, some silver piercings, a purple bob, and some makeup to match.

Enid Coleslaw

Enid Coleslaw is a cynical teenager with a creative side that shows in her attire. Pairing clashing patterns and vintage eyeglasses, Enid’s style requires you to have an “I don’t care” attitude because you’re probably going to raise some eyebrows. In fact, you may want to work on your witty comebacks.

Ramona Flowers

The mysterious Ramona Flowers has seven evil exes and a lot going on with her attire. Though she’s not into sharing much about her life, Ramona is into layering her clothes and changing her hair color, a lot. Of course, if you’re into her look but not into dyeing your hair, not to mention your bathroom sink, you can always opt for a wig.

Daria Morgendorffer

While Daria’s style was seen as unfashionable by her classmates at Lawndale High School, her brains before beauty was something to which many real life teenage girls could relate. Keeping it simple with pleated skirts and boots, Daria had better things to do than worry about her appearance. You know, like a crush on her best friend’s brother.