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After spending years dispensing bitchy fashion commentary on their viral Instagram account Every Outfit on Sex and the City, hosts Chelsea Fairless and Lauren Garroni realized that they have highly specific opinions about other things, too. Every Outfit is a weekly show born from our deeply unhealthy, lifelong obsession with fashion and popular culture. It’s like The View (but less geriatric) meets Fashion Police from two best friends who have spoken at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but ha ...
 
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On the inaugural Microdose episode, the gals dive into the engagement of Travis Barker and Kourtney Kardashian. Digressions include successful goth weddings, whether Scott will be invited, Sarah Jessica Parker's black wedding dress, Kanye...sorry Ye's terrifying Vanilla Sky face mask, Bicentennial Man, and so much more! Visual references for this e…
 
Marisa and Sam follow up on the prior week's podcast by recapping the 2005 sequel to a remake Cheaper by the Dozen 2, somehow starring even more people than movie number one. Sam continues to be baffled that the marketing department didn't call this movie Cheaper by the Bakers Dozen, while Marisa just can't believe that Eugene Levy agreed to do thi…
 
On this week's episode, the ladies talk about Carrie and Big's return to Paris, Chelsea's new career as a baby shower planner, Lauren's dream job, Britney's Spears ode to Carrie Bradshaw, how Patrica Field and Betsey Johnson are indeed two different people, the new Justin Bieber video, Diane Keaton's love of big belts and terrible men, the new Scre…
 
Marisa and Sam check out the 2003 film Cheaper by the Dozen starring Steve Martin, Bonnie Hunt, Hilary Duff, Piper Perabo, and Teen Choice Award Choice Male Hottie nominees Tom Welling and Ashton Kutcher. Marisa forgot about the publishing subplot (or main plot?) of this movie, and she has some issues. Sam goes down an award show rabbit hole, and w…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls talk about their trip to the Academy Museum, walking the Barbra Streisand bridge, the lackluster costume portion, 60 Minutes’ Facebook Whistleblower interview, feeling free during the Facebook/Instagram outage, the "salmon bowl" phenomenon, why Couch Guy is sus, Bretman Rock’s groundbreaking yet boring Playboy cove…
 
Marisa and Sam dive into another one of Marisa's childhood favorites, the 2004 film Raise Your Voice featuring a star-studded cast that included Hilary Duff, Oliver James, Rita Wilson, Jason Ritter, and Kat Dennings. Plus, another two for one as Davida Williams (aka Claire!) makes a brief appearance as HIlary Duff's best friend who she quickly forg…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls are back to discuss everything they've missed these past three weeks like Shawn Mendes' viral invocation of Cher, getting recognized IRL, Madonna’s harrowing appearance at the VMAs, Megan Fox's latest naked dress, Rita Wilson rapping at the Emmy's, Lil Nas X’s brilliant Montero marketing campaign, Elvira coming out…
 
Marisa and Sam revisit the Lizzie McGuire cast reunion and table read of A Rock and a Bra Place recorded in May of 2020, which inevitably leads to, you guessed it, more Christy Carlson Romano videos. Castle Park is confirmed as a Lizzie McGuire shooting location! Plus, is Jake Thomas the real Outfit Repeater?…
 
On this episode, the girls dive into a fan favorite episode from Season Six. Topics discussed include: the return of Candice Bergen as Enid, awkward dinner parties, large scale light installations integrated with video images, Kristen Johnston’s iconic turn as Lexi Featherston, Wallace Shawn, fucking geriatrics, New York being so over, Miranda and …
 
Marisa and Sam are joined by Kiara Walcott to present Survivor: Hurt vs. Tired vs. Hungry. Using Brantsteele, the trio will run through a simulated Survivor season to discover who can outwit, outplay, outlast, and...outfit(?) the rest to become Lizzie McGuire's sole survivor. It's a dramatic ride with a wild finish you don't want to miss! Link to t…
 
Marisa and Sam learned last episode that while Hilary Duff and crew were in Rome filming the Lizzie McGuire Movie, Lalaine was off filming a movie of her own - a small DCOM entitled You Wish starring her, AJ Trauth, and Spencer Breslin. Naturally, they had to check it out, and in the process discover the greatest montage in any DCOM ever made. Plus…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls discuss Chris Noth’s mysterious new Instagram post, Cynthia Nixon’s belated endorsement of our book, Sarah Paulson’s extremely major performance as Linda Tripp in American Crime Story: Impeachment, HBO Max’s new streetwear reality competition The Hype, deranged white women, Fran Drescher and Joely Fisher’s shocking…
 
It's been quite the long, strange trip, but at long last Marisa and Sam are ready to talk about The Lizzie McGuire Movie. With the help of Jermaine Fletcher and Carlyn Greenwald, they examine how The Lizzie McGuire could easily be a horror film, debate whether Miranda or Larry is the film's biggest absence, and definitively crown the MVP of Lizzie …
 
On this week’s episode, the girls discuss Chelsea’s surreal trip to the Dolce & Gabbana couture show in Venice, Vin Diesel, apocalyptic hail storms, Lauren’s new obsession with The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, He’s All That vs. She’s All That, shameless product placement, the fake news that Nicole Ari Parker is the new Samantha, Chelsea’s amn…
 
Marisa and Sam are joined by Ivan Arevalo to discuss the timeless 2003 album Metamorphasis by Hilary Duff. Together, they go song by song, breaking down the highs, the lows, and the Kara DioGuardi lyrics that are true poetry. Marisa remembers changing the lyrics to get these songs past elementary school censors, Sam breaks down why 6/8 time signatu…
 
In this week's wine-fueled episode the ladies go IN on one of their all-time favorites “My Motherboard, Myself." Touching upon topics including Charlotte’s bucket hat, wrestling fetishes, regional florists, the fabulous teal clamshell iBook from 2001, Aidan’s fajitas, the demise of Tekserve, Miranda’s changing room breakdown, a taste test of INVIVO…
 
Marisa and Sam recap another movie from Marisa's youth, the 2002 Disney Channel Original Movie Cadet Kelly, starring Hilary Duff, Christy Carlson Romano, and Gary Cole. Marisa did not realize how gay this movie was as a child, but is now pleased to announce that the chemistry between Kelly and Captain Stone is undeniable. Sam struggles to suspend h…
 
On the week’s episode, the girls discuss Lizzo and Cardi B’s journey to Ancient Greece, Ryan Murphy’s “American Love Story” and “American Sports Story”, the timeless allure of Carolyn Bessette, the accusations of plagiarism leveled Givenchy’s Matthew Williams by everyone who hung out at Sway in the early 2000s, Benjamin Cho, Carré Otis’ disturbing …
 
Marisa and Sam revisit a movie Marisa had fond memories of from her childhood, the 2003 film Agent Cody Banks starring Frankie Muniz and Hilary Duff, and quickly realize that it has not aged well. What's with the weird energy between Cody and Ronica? And is anybody going to address that Natalie straight up murdered that dude? Plus, why Cats is Nata…
 
On this week’s episode, the ladies get into platonic throuples, Chelsea’s sojourn to Northern California, potential And Just Like That title sequences, Carrie and Big back in bed together, how Jennifer Coolidge should play Sue Mengers, Beanie Feldstein is Fanny Brice, the Who-y SAG elections, the disappointing Cooking with Paris, Lauren’s love of K…
 
Marisa and Sam believe they may be the first people to review the 2016 film What Happened Last Night, which stars not one, but TWO Lizzie McGuire alumni in Clayton Snyder (Ethan Craft) and Jake Thomas (Matt McGuire). Marisa has A LOT of questions about the cameos in this movie, while Sam just wants to know what happened to Nick Levin? Plus, some wi…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls discuss their adult baby obsession, the return of Mr. Big and Bitsy von Muffling, Cuomo drama, The House of Gucci trailer, Gaga’s never-ending parade of attention-seeking ensembles, Alicia Keys’ completely insane cover of Blondie’s “Rapture” from the Sex and the City 2 soundtrack, Matt Damon’s f****t controversy, w…
 
Marisa and Sam recap the novel The Orchids and Gumbo Poker Club, based on the fictional novel Mr. Dig assigned to Lizzie in Season 2, Episode 3: Mom's Best Friend. In this classic Lizzie McGuire meets The Princess Diaries meets A Cinderella Story, with some bonus tones of She's All That, bayou girl Darcy Lou Beignet wants to know her father and kis…
 
On this week's episode, the girls discuss Dane Cook’s terrifying fillers, Carrie Bradshaw’s glamorous menswear look, new And Just Like That cast members, Getty Images drama, The Woodstock 99 documentary, Lauren’s Limp Bizkit fandom, straight men in v-neck tees, straight men in cargo shorts, Adam Driver’s latest role as an extremely fuckable centaur…
 
Marisa and Sam visit an under the radar film from director Mark Rosman (who also directed A Cinderella Story AND several episodes of Lizzie McGuire): the 2005 film The Perfect Man starring Hilary Duff, Heather Locklear, Ben Feldman, and Chris Noth. Once again, Ben Feldman is infiltrating the podcast with his boyish charm, and honestly that's totall…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls discuss the leaked And Just Like That script page, the return of Natasha, * FOR THOSE THAT DON'T WANT TO BE SPOILED SKIP TO 10:31 * Miranda's giant backpack, the cursed Carrie belt from the first film, the truth about Miranda's hair color, HBO's latest rich, white people problems show The White Lotus, Chelsea's lov…
 
The highs were high and the lows were low. Now that Marisa and Sam have watched all 65 episodes, they take a crack at ranking the episodes, revealing their lists of Top and Bottom 5 episodes in the series. Plus, a look at how their rankings compare with an old EW list and with the top and bottom rated episodes on IMDb.…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls break down the first And Just Like That still, Charlotte’s Monica Bellucci makeover, bulldog slander, the return of kooky Carrie ensembles, new cast members, Lauren gives a #FreeBritney update, Emmy nominations, character motivations in the new Gossip Girl, the costume designer's SATC past, Phoebe Philo’s eponymous…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 234: Magic Train, which first aired February 14, 2004. Miraculously, they have made it all the way to this fever dream of a series finale. Marisa compares Clover and Daisy to a Times Square Mickey Mouse, and Sam is minorly triggered by a middle school cafeteria breaking out into song. Plus, was Kate act…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls discuss And Just Like That episode titles, the brilliance of Zola, is Hacks just The Devil Wears Prada reversed, the deadbeat millennial trope, Chelsea sheds a tear for Meghan McCain, Lauren gives her suggestions for new View hosts, a #FreeBritney update, the death of Gwen Stefani 1.0, wedding dress analysis, is bu…
 
On this Fourth of July themed (?!) episode, the girls dive into a deep cut Sex and the City episode from Season Two. Topics discussed include: misguided Brady Brunch inspired intro sequences, Hamptons rental prices, Nina G's weird flex, Carrie's forgettable love interest, how Kristin Davis is eternal, Miranda non-existent storyline, being single in…
 
The ladies are back together and discussing post-pandemic travel, vacations vs. family trips, P-Town’s bachelorette problem, Britney's conservatorship, the mess that is Chrissy Teigen vs Michael Costello vs Monica Rose vs Leona Lewis, Cara Delevingne’s Pussy Palace, the first openly gay football player, Todd Haynes new film, our ideas for the upcom…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 233: One of the Guys, which first aired November 21, 2003. Both are extremely triggered by mention of the Presidential Fitness Challenge, and are shocked to learn that years of suffering was caused by fit Swiss kids. Plus, who is this Thomas guy and can we get more of him please?…
 
On this week’s (bicoastal) episode, the ladies get into the And Just Like That table read, Chelsea's obsession with New York outdoor dining, Lauren’s first time socializing post-COVID, Lorde's new Midsommar-esque music video, Billie Ellish's queerbaiting accusations, a timeline of Angelina Jolie and Johnny Lee Miller's horny relationship, Ferrari’s…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 232: My Dinner with Mr. Dig, which first aired August 15, 2003. As the episodes get wilder and wilder as we approach the end, we learn that Mr. Dig's real name is Dibgy Sellers, and that he has absolutely no chill around his crushes. Plus, as much as we rag on Sam McGuire for being a loner, is Jo McGuir…
 
On this week’s episode, the ladies discuss Cruella, CGI Dalmatians, decoding the IRL fashion inspo behind the film, the best fictional fashion designers in film, Diana Ross’ problematic “Kabuki” collection in Mahogany, remaking bad movies with good premises, the wacky, harlequin-inspired fashion show in Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead, Christi…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 231: Gordo Shuffle, which first aired June 13, 2003. So many questions about Gordo and his shiny new credit card featuring a $5,000 credit limit to discuss. Plus, Marisa reveals how an old story she did for her high school news program changed the course of her high school forever, and Sam shares his de…
 
On this week’s episode, the girls discuss Mr. Big’s return, Patricia Field’s exit, Candace Bushnell’s one-woman show, Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album, geriatric millennials, PJ Harvey vs. Nelly, The Friends reunion, Matthew Perry’s face, James Corden’s reign of terror, Taylor Swift’s new movie role, Lily Tomlin and David O’Russell’s feud, Isabelle Hup…
 
On this week’s mimosa-fueled episode, the girls dive into Sex and the City’s seminal LA episodes, “Escape from New York” and “Sex and Another City”. Topics discussed include the ugly bench that Aidan made for Charlotte and Trey, the downfall of The Standard West Hollywood, Fake Fendis, Chelsea’s belief that no one in LA is hot, Lauren's many "inter…
 
Marisa and Sam are joined once again by Jermaine Fletcher to discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 230: My Fair Larry, which first aired May 16, 2003. Together, they reminisce about elementary school Valentine's Day cards (or balloons in Jermaine's case) and once again shame the writers for doing Larry incredibly dirty. Plus, Jermaine calls out Sam for no…
 
This week on the pod, the ladies discuss Sara Ramirez’s casting in the Sex and the City reboot, Hocus Pocus 2, the fabulous (and critically panned) Halston limited series on Netflix, post-pandemic fashion predictions, Kendall Jenner’s latest cultural appropriation scandal, Kim Kardashian’s latest cultural appropriation scandal, our long-awaited 818…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 229: Grand Ole' Grandma, which first aired April 4, 2003. Doris Roberts is a pleasant surprise, but where are Gammy McGuire and Nana? And why do they get such disrespect in this episode? And does Gordo have any emotions at all? Plus, some quick lessons on feng shui and kugel.…
 
We discuss the return of Bennifer, the downfall of Ellen Degeneres, Lauren explains what the fuck is going on with the Golden Globes, Tom Cruise’s iconic performance in Magnolia, Lauren’s iconic Julianne Moore impression, Britney and Mariah’s celebrity pride merch, our superior Pride merch, Miu Miu’s upcycled Levi’s collab, Kourtney’s Orgasm candle…
 
This week on the podcast, we discuss SATC reboot casting rumors, Billie Eilish’s busty new makeover, Chelsea’s Chanel fatigue, this year’s youthful Met Gala hosts, Janet Mock being iconic, Caitlyn Jenner being terrible, Kendall’s raging anxiety, Tristan’s side chick, Kris and Khloe’s new houses, and more! Visual references for this episode can be f…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 228: The Greatest Crush of All, which first aired March 21, 2003. Marisa and Sam are alarmed by Mr. Keith's predatory behavior, and are shocked to learn that he's not British at all! That guy is from Florida! Plus, inspired by a listener question, they take a deep dive into their teachers past. Plus, a …
 
On this week's episode, we break down the ill-fated socially distanced Academy Awards, red carpet hits and misses, eulogize the great Alber Elbaz, Gucci's talk show themed Beloved campaign, Telfar on Wendy Williams, Caitlyn Jenner's Gubernatorial run, and so much more! Visual references for this episode can be found here: https://www.everyoutfitinc…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 227: Grubby Longjohn's Olde Tyme Revue, which first aired March 14, 2003. Marisa may not always know all the words, but that won't stop her from spontaneously breaking out into song multiple times. Sam relives the most traumatic chess experience of his life. Plus, Sam vows to create the perfect Lizzie M…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss Demi Lovato’s failed cancelling of a frozen yogurt shop, our visit to said shop, the exquisite casting of John Cameron Mitchell as Joe Exotic, Michael Kors’ 40th Anniversary Show, Balenciaga’s Gay Pride, Kylie Jenner’s suspicious book collection and so much more. Visual references for this episode can be found her…
 
Marisa and Sam discuss Lizzie McGuire Episode 226: A Gordo Story, which first aired February 28, 2003. Together, they review the logistics of Gordo getting blocked in a gym class basketball game, and evaluate the similarities between Lizzie McGuire and Zoey 101. Plus, is Mr. Dig actually the one who should be doing an ancestry report?…
 
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