Kim from Amherst, you have done such a service to the world with your blog What Claudia Wore. That would be Claudia Kishi, from the Babysitter's Club. She was the Asian girl, whose grandmother once taught them the art of taking tea, who had to deal with a racist family that didn't want her babysitting their child, and she's the one who wore outrageous, fun time outfits.
This blog has compiled some of the entries from the book series of her greatest fashion accomplishments. For example:
“Claud mixes and matches the weirdest stuff and comes up with the coolest outfits. Like a loose blouse with a fake coat of arms on it worn over a very short black skirt. Around her waist, a scarf. On her feet, short black boots. Dangling from her ears, dinosaurs. And her hair might be piled on top of her head and held in place with hairpins that look like seahorses. She combines all this stuff – and she looks fantastic.”
Or:?”Her long hair was fixed in about a million braids which were pulled back and held in place behind her head with a column of puffy ponytail holders. She was wearing a t-shirt she'd painted herself, tight blue pants that ended just past her knees, push-down socks, and no shoes. From her ears dangled small baskets of fruit. She'd made those, I knew. She'd found the baskets and the fruits at a store that sells miniatures and doll house furniture. Claudia amazes me.”
She amazes me too, as does this site.