Hall, as big Jordan, only goes through a handful of outfit changes before she turns little, and then only a couple more when she returns to her regular self, but they also help tell the story of her transformation. Her first look is a red-and-blue, pinstripe Virgil Abloh shirt (Hollowell made it a point to incorporate a number of Black designers, including Abloh, Cushnie, Romeo Hunte, Brother Vellies, and Agnes Baddoo), which she pairs with red pants. "I had a discussion with Regina early on, and we were talking about the color red and how a lot of people are scared of it, but a lot of people love it, too," she says. "It means power, and most men, they wear these power red ties. Well, she's a powerful woman so let's go for this powerful red color."