Last week's episode marked season four's halfway point, and this week's felt like the beginning of a build towards a climax. Hannah has a new career goal to chase; Adam has a new kind of relationship with Mimi-Rose; Shoshanna is so over the whole job interview thing and Desi is officially unlikeable. So how will this all turn out?!!? We don't know, but we do have some thought's on those characters' recent outfits...
Hannah Vs. Mimi-Rose: Pajamas Edition
This was a big episode for pajamas, which I personally enjoyed because pajamas might be my favorite genre of clothing. The sleepwear choices of Adam's former and current flames said a lot about them, I think. Hannah, whose flamingo pajamas are insanely cute, is a little more quirky and complicated; while Mimi-Rose's run-of-the-mill blue J.Crew (presumably) pajamas indicate she's a little more simple and straightforward. But what does it say that she straight up wore those pajamas right out of the house with a paint-splattered fatigue jacket? Basically, that she DGAF. Are we... allowed to like her?
Shoshanna's Earring-Focused Interview Outfit
Shoshanna shockingly took a break from the dramatically large hair clips, though she did not forgo hair accessorization altogether: she is wearing a thin headband. Though, the subtlety of her hairdo is cancelled out by her very bold earrings, which remind us maybe of a light fixture, or something that belongs in the '80s.
Given that I, a girl, would feel pretty uncomfortable wearing any amount of jewelry to bed, the fact that a guy would wear all this jewelry to bed is insane to me. That is multiple bracelets and necklaces, and no clothes. What? Once a favorite character of ours for his effortless, minimalist approach to dressing, Desi is falling further and further out of our favor.
Hannah, the Secretary
This screengrab is not from a job interview, but rather is of Hannah at her therapist's office. The scene was all about how much Hannah has matured emotionally, and that showed in her outfit, a perfectly respectable (if a bit too "Secretary") matching skirt and blouse (or dress) in a subdued navy blue.
Hannah, the Quirky Teacher?
Maybe Hannah should have re-worn that outfit for her job interview at what appears to be a high school. This sleeveless, wacky-printed mini dress is cute, but doesn't seem quite right to interview for a job that involves educating and governing over kids.