Part 2 of 3: Welcome to Scotland
Some cliques make you wear pink on Wednesdays. Others, like the PLLs, have unwritten rules for plaid and lady-like frill, and you know what? I was happily shocked and pleased by this turn of fashion events.
I mean, Aria wore a striped shirt with a polka dotted tie and a plaid jacket, and I didn't even wince. Either I'm growing accustomed to her look, or somehow she turned a horrible idea into a marvelous outfit. She looks elegant, put-together, and sophisticated, and the pieces look just as good seperate as they do together. Bonus: she wore red boots to match her jacket. What a pro!
Hanna also decided to rock a plaid jacket, and hers was equally paired with horrible patterns (in theory). Once executed though, the studs, lace, and plaid harmonized perfectly. I actually love this outfit, and I had to gawk at her outfit for a few minutes to convince myself I wasn't going insane like Spencer is.
Even Spencer got the memo! She changed from dreadlocks and sweats to beautiful curls and a typical Spencer outfit, which made me utter a sigh of relief. The maroon, evergreen, and dark blue somehow matched perfectly to create a Sherlock Holmes-inspired look. The cuffs and collar of her outfit add an extra pop to her dark clothing, which was just what the outfit needed. I think our girl is still in there, somewhere.
Jason may not be a lady, but he's just as nattily attired this week. Overal, I'm kinda jealous of how put-together he always looks. Even his hair is shining.
I just realized — he's like the PLL version of Nate Archibald, minus the perpetual confusion!