I had to rewind when Kate walked into Chad’s office. The outfit was ok (don’t care for the bell bottom, prefer straight leg). But WTF was with those white shoes? Totally ruined the outfit IMO. Years ago, my friend had a saying “white socks are neat, but not on your feet.” I didn’t get it until my dad pointed out that there was nothing uglier than wearing white socks with a tuxedo. Granted this was over 50 years ago, but I still don’t own a pair of white socks.
Just had to put this on here today. Was there a big sale on push up bras this week that I missed? Between Kristen and Chanel, those puppies could poke your eye out.
I’m still amazed at Allie voluptuousness (couldn’t think of a “clean” word). Maybe th Wonder bra has been modernized?
boob salad ?? !
And let’s not forget Gabi. She’s usually, ahem, front and center too.
What gets me about Gabi is her “spandex” wardrobe. Yeah, she’s gorgeous!, but c’mon, leave a little bit to the imagination.
I agree. And Gabi is supposed to be trying to paint herself as an executive. But you won’t do that with “painted on” clothes. Did you see her when she had on that white dress sitting at a table with Jake in Horton Square. She had her legs crossed and that dress was right up there almost giving us a birdseye view of her hoohah lol. No matter how attractive she is and how good of a figure she has, she doesn’t have to flaunt it all the time.
All I have to say is that in women’s fashions, often less is more.
Less showing of cleavage and less tightly fashioned dresses, leaves much more to the imagination and more to the dignity of the women actors.
We NEED to talk about the bottoms of Kristen’s high heels. When she propped her feet up on Mother Superior’s desk to talk to Kayla, I wanted to vomit.
The soles of the shoes, of course, were badly scuffed up, and that was to be expected, but I did NOT tune in to see what appeared to (possibly) be an OLD BAND-AID! That was a bit much.
Get it together, wardrobe department! Look on the bottoms of the shoes!
Also, just to give wardrobe the benefit of the doubt, a note to Stacy Haiduk: PLEASE check your dressing room for anything on the floor before walking. Thank you.
I saw that but I thought it was an old price tag like they sometimes put on the bottom of the shoe when you’re buying them in a big box store. And you’re right, if they’re going to have the actor put her feel up on the desk and pan in with the camera at the bottom of the shoes then you should check first.
To be fair, you really couldn’t tell what it was. All I know is, my mind and eyes saw a bandage because it was hard to make out. And I wanted to vomit!