06/05/2015 05:21 EDT | Updated 06/05/2015 05:59 EDT

The Best Fashion Moments We Ever Witnessed On 'Degrassi: The Next Generation'

Bring on the baby tees and velour hoodies!

When it was announced earlier this week that "Degrassi: The Next Generation" was being cancelled after 14 glorious seasons, we shed a whole lot of tears.

The Canadian show, which was a sequel/reboot to the original "Degrassi High" series made popular in the '80s, basically acted as the voice of our generation. Season after season, we watched as our favourite characters (Drake 4ever!) experienced all the same high school insecurities, questions and drama (so much drama!) that we did.

But perhaps our favourite part of the show was watch the fashions evolve. From its first episode in 2001, we knew we were in for a treat (baby tees! Denim mini skirts! Thongs peeking out over jeans!), and in recent years, there's been no shortage of great style. From preppy to punk and even emo, the students of "Degrassi" have worn it all. Today, we're taking it upon ourselves to bring you the best-ever fashion moments the show has given us. And we'll #neverforget them.

  • The Infamous "Degrassi" Jacket
    The Infamous
    At the end of every intro, the "Degrassi" title would appear on screen on the back of someone's jacket. Marco was the first character to have the honour. It was later passed onto Alli (Melinda Shankar) and eventually, Drew (Luke Bilyk).
  • Ellie's Goth/Punk Phase
    Ellie's Goth/Punk Phase
    Epitome Pictures
    Oh Ellie (Stacey Farber), glorious dark angel of "Degrassi." We could always count on Ellie to bring us edgy styles such as fingerless gloves, mesh tops, spiky necklaces and messy dip-dyed pigtails. The best.
  • When They All Got Uniforms
    When They All Got Uniforms
    Epitome Productions
    As anyone who went to a school with uniforms knows, they were kind of the worst/best. They hindered our teenage individuality but they were so easy! Of course, the kids of "Degrassi" didn't even follow all the rules, and often paired their colour-coded polos with their own sweaters (or, if you're Bianca, a velour hoodie).
  • When Emma Took Off Her Dress In Protest
    When Emma Took Off Her Dress In Protest
    When Emma (Miriam McDonald) snagged a modelling gig for energy drink "Purple Dragon," she learned about the harsh realizations of the industry -- her body was just a tool used to sell products, and she was NOT okay with it. So, instead of going along with it, she stripped off her purple tube dress in front of a huge crowd at school, revealing nothing but a pair of tiny panties.

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