– I get it fishing for answers, because it’s like a fish bowl. (both laugh) This is my second time doing this. (upbeat music) We’re playing Fishing for Answers. – Yay! – Okay, (sings) what clothing look did you once think was cute that now makes you cringe? – I’m a lot older than you! Girbaud jeans, go ahead, you. – My God, I would like cut
denim pants into like skirts ’cause I wanted to match
Mary-Kate and Ashley, and then I’d wear like lace thigh-highs, and it, urgh, yeah not good. – Lesson, denim is dangerous. Okay, go on. – [Zoey] You go. – The ’90s are back in full swing. Elizabeth, what’s your
stance on wearing trends the second time they come around? Why not? Everything comes around and it’s fun to rewear it and rediscover things in your closet that you thought were done and are now back. – Gosh. (upbeat music) What was your style like in
middle school or high school? I loved thrift shopping
and making my own stuff and I was much more out there with it. – You’re very creative now. – No, I’m like Amish prairie girl or like lawyer. – Grandma sheek, grandma
sheek is what we bond over. (upbeat music) – [Elizabeth] What look of
Zoey’s from the past year is your favorite? – What is it, Elizabeth? – I would say I’m between two. One would be– – The Fendi yellow from the Globes. – Fendi yellow jump suit for the globes and between that and the Valentino, that yellow jump suit, that yellow jump suit, the blue necklace, the yellow jump suit, jump suit the Globes. – [Zoey] We were deciding
between red or orange or yellow and I went with the yellow. – [Elizabeth] The yellow
was to me the magic touch. – She had to convince
me about the necklace ’cause it was very expensive. They let me keep it. I got to keep it, not the necklace.
– The jumpsuit. I was like what? That necklace was worth
over a million dollars. – $3.6 million.
– $3.6, yes. – [Zoey] Which era of fashion
do you hope comes back next? – The ’50s for me. Everybody always looked good and wastes were always
cinched, I love that. – Me too, fave. Did we just – [Both] Agree on something? (laughing) – I’m so glad that that was recorded. – It’s on tape, people. – I almost want to change my answer. That feels so wrong to agree. What fictional character
is your style icon? Spongebob, no, although
I do like square pants. I don’t know, what about you? – [Elizabeth] The Great Gatsby. – [Zoey] Spongebob and the Great Gatsby? – I love Spongebob. In fact, Spongebob was the inspiration for the yellow Fendi jumpsuit. Who’s Instagram do you
follow for style inspiration? Zoey Deutsch’s. – Elizabeth Stewart’s, come on. – [Both] Is there any other answer? (laughing) – See, I’m really trying
to do this twinning thing. It’s fun, we know, she’s got her thing with Julia Roberts but I could try.