The one thing I hate about Digimon Adventure Tri Kokuhaku

Why are they going to the Digital World in their school uniforms?

It’s not even the fact that they are their uniforms. It’s the fact that they are boring as hell to look at.

One of the things I loved about Tri over the original has been the constant clothing changes.

Mock TK and Izzy all you want but at least they wear different clothes now.

In Adventure, they always wore the same clothes throughout the entire show, even when they were at home. With them changing it help sell the fact that they were actual people and had an actual wardrobe.

Not to mention, besides TK’s hats and Izzy’s… everything, everyone clothing options looked great and fit them really well.

Now I got to watch them walking around like a geek squad army.

It’s not just the fact that they are wearing their uniforms. I would’ve been more ok with their winter uniforms as they at least have some color.

But no they have to walk around with white shirts, dark bottoms and ties.

I’ve heard that the directors didn’t want to design more outfits, which makes no sense to me.

Everyone gets at 2 new outfits in the first 8 minutes of the 13th episode that have never been shown before.

Tai even gets 3!

They could’ve easily left to the digital world looking like this.

But no…

They had to get into their school uniforms…

I know it’s not that important, but I’d rather not have to see them walking like this…

When almost everything they have worn up to this point looks better.

Who else here was screaming when Grand Admiral Thrawn first appeared in Season 3 of Star Wars: Rebels?

Trying to prove a point to a new star wars fan about how big this is.


“The other day, I was getting changed at the gym and this woman, a stranger, looked me up and down and said, ‘Do you have a broomstick at home?’ I thought, ‘Honestly, I’m just trying to do some exercise here.’ Another time I was doing yoga, and someone tweeted ‘Bonham Carter’s wearing bloomers to the yoga!’ I was going to tweet back saying they’re not bloomers, but then I realised that actually they were. Hahahahaha!”

Helena Bonham Carter for the Sunday Times May 2016 issue 

i want to see 70s fashion come back for real, not just for commercialization. i want to see people strutting in bell bottoms and men with hairy chests in vneck shirts and women with bell sleeves. i want to see platform sandals and boots. i want to see farrah fawcett hair. i want to see paisleys and plaids and mandala patterns. i want to hear someone say “groovy” or “far out.”