Leo: I think there was a mix-up at the factory.
Kristin: "I'm sorry, ma'am, we weren't able to save the denim jacket, the flannel was just... [sniff] too far advanced."
Leo: It's OK, she'll grow into it.
Kristin: If I wore this, those sleeves would just be covered in food.
Leo: I have a feeling Uncle Fester would feel quite comfortable in this number.
Kristin: Yeah, this is what you wear when you're actually just three kids stacked on top of each other trying to get a drink at the bar.
Leo: Official uniform of the Sing Sing All-Stars.
Kristin: What is going on here? Is this a kid whose parents forbid her from wearing denim, and so she's way overcompensating to get back at them? "THE LEVI'S FACTORY AND I ARE IN LOVE, DAD."
Kristin: She looks like the headstrong daughter of a coat who fell in love with a shoe.
Leo: This is basically what happens anytime I buy a pair of shoes and they come unlaced.
Leo: The DIY version of this would just be to get a remnant of shag carpeting and wrap it around your neck.
Kristin: This looks like someone who paid $50,000 to hunt Sesame Street characters in the wild.
Leo: "Spiritual Gangster"? So is that like, Jesus?
Kristin: A spiritual gangster is anyone who tries to sell you magic crystals for $40 and then laughs their stupid hat off all the way to the bank.
Leo: I think 20 years ago, this is what we thought people of the future would legitimately be wearing. (AND NOW WE ARE! IS YOUR MIND BLOWN?) They do look rather cozy, though.
Kristin: If you need this much protection from the elements, WHY ARE YOU WEARING AN ANKLE BOOTIE?
Leo: Winter: It's all about bathing yourself in mountains of sequins.
Kristin: I can die now that I know what Joan Collins would look like if she were bitten by a radioactive spider.