Post by lilafowler on Feb 15, 2007 21:57:23 GMT -5
Also, didn't Stacey wear one of her mother's long sparkly gowns to the Winter Wonderland Dance? I have a hard time imagining they would even be the same size, but moreover, what eighth grader does that?
Hahaha, my mother is very petite, and she and I were the same size when I was in the sixth and seventh grades. She still wears some of my clothes, but I don't fit into hers anymore. Anyway, I played the violin in my middle school's orchestra, and every time we had a concert I would wear one of her skirts.
Post by sparklymouse on Feb 16, 2007 13:19:29 GMT -5
Lilafowler I'd do the same thing! I never wore dress clothes except for choir concerts and stuff like that so I didn't bother to buy any good clothes, I'd just grab something plain from my mom's closet. Once this snobby girl came to school wearing a dress that my mom also owned and I really wanted to tell the girl that, but now I wonder if she was just wearing her mom's clothes that day. Lol.
I thought Stacey was wearing a mini skirt in the picture of the girls all dressed up at the dance. So did she change her mind about the dress or does Mrs. McGill dress inappropriately for her age?
Post by booboobrewer on Feb 16, 2007 18:33:05 GMT -5
Oh, my mom and I would share clothes too when I was younger - blouses and things. I meant more why would Stacey choose to wear something of her mother's when she could get something much more dibble from the mall or something, and, since she is always described as being so thin, I figured her mom's dress might have been kind of hanging on her. Not a flattering look.
sparklymouse, now that I think about it it's possible this took place at the January Jamboree in Mary Anne's Makeover, not Winter Wonderland.
Post by sotypical42483 on Mar 23, 2007 12:51:49 GMT -5
I had the zipper jeans. Really dibble. I did the tight rolling jeans thing, too, where you like, fold over the cuff onto itself so it's reeeeeeally tight and then roll it up so that your pants are really tight at the bottom and baggier at the top. Super fresh.
Post by swinginmonkey122 on Apr 7, 2007 19:39:48 GMT -5
I read these books in the 2000s so I had no idea what they were talking about half the time. I thought leggings were tights, and I didn't get why they wore half the things that they did. I never tried to copy them, because in my 9 year old mind, I thought that only grandpas were supposed to wear suspenders. But sheep and snowmen were cool? That just seems weird to me. Their fashion sense didn't strike my mind as normal at anytime- just strangely old.
Post by bscfan4ever on Dec 3, 2007 12:57:49 GMT -5
Pink, polka dotted short skirt with supsender straps worn with the an oversized white t shirts, pink hightop sneakers folded down to show their striped lingin, worn with earrings that had little pink hearts dangling down from a bigger heart.......
From stacey and the mystery of stoneybrook....yet she is wearing an ugly sweater and and turtleneck on the cover..WTH?
Claudia and Mean Janine-
Black Jeans, giant bright blue tshirt and a snake braclet worn above her elbow....