Episode Synopsis: Two words-Camp. Mona. That's right, Mona desparately tries to elevate her "B" list role among the PLLs with some good old-fashioned glamping. And actually, it looked like a lot of fun. But of course, A has to get involved and sends the girls over the river and through the woods to...a creepy playground. Meanwhile, Emily's dad returns home, Toby gets arrested, and Ezra wants Aria back. And wait for it: Hanna gets hit by a car--literally, completely rolling over the top of the vehicle. YIKES!
I just want to start out with a screencap that we so rarely get to see. All four of our girls together, sitting in a row next to each other. I know, I know you're thinking, "Kate, these girls are always together", but in this moment we get to witness each character's style in direct contrast to one another. I'll let you take it in now--but please note how footwear choices represent each girl...
So, onto Aria. I think she may have actually dipped into Emily's closet for this top, but at least she belted it.
Here she's wearing rolled up toilet paper around her neck. I guess it's convenient?
Ahh, better. She realized her mistake and added much cuter accessories. Her belt is actually a tie...way cool.
In fact, Aria is ALL about the belts this episode. Thankfully they all nip her waist in exactly the right places.
This is the "after" shot following her turn in the Blow Me room at Camp Mona. Unfortunate blow-out, but love the double entendre.
Sometimes it's just so hard to critique Emily--there are only so many vocab words to describe cotton tees. However, the coral tank is a fabulous color for Em and (I'm pretty sure I've mentioned these before) I love, love, love her studded hi-tops!
Emily "after" getting blown. Tee-hee!
She usually does casual so well; I'm disappointed that she has weird socks on with cropped pants. How 1st grade of her.
As much as I want to make negative comments about Hanna's denim mini-skirt, I remind myself that these girls are in high school and as far as I know, denim mini-skirts might still be popular.
The black, lace-inset top seems like something that should be reserved for date night, but Hanna knows how to add a casual touch with a beige blazer. Tres chic.
You know, when I go camping I ALWAYS bring my light pink, qulited Vera Bradley duffel. (That was supposed to be sarcastic). Isn't that going to get dirty?!
Going back and recapping the first half of the season has renewed my love for Spencer's wardrobe. Always classic with a twist. The blouse is retro lady-like and the jeans are 2010s trendy.
Dying over this navy pinstriped blazer!
Spencer flashback: her first kiss with Ian (grossss).
Her pleated skirt is all kinds of short. I really don't think it's appropriate for a sport she plays at a country club...
Now here's an appropriate outfit for glamping. Cozy sweater and jeans.