Michelle Pfeiffer in Barbara Bui

Posted on October 30, 2012

Darlings, we are ALIVE! There is a tree on top of a car outside and our power went out briefly a couple of times, but Hurricane Sandy’s effect on T Lo Manor was to mostly just keep us up all night. We were very, very lucky. How did the rest of the Bitter Kittens in the storm’s path fare?

Also, let’s start off the day with something bright and pretty. We’re feeling it.

Michelle Pfeiffer hosts the 8th annual Elyse Walker Pink Party to benefit Cedars-Sinai Women’s Cancer Program in Santa Monica, California in a Barbara Bui dress paired with a Givenchy clutch, Nancy Newberg bracelets, Rona Pfeiffer rings and Valentino shoes.

The dress: bright. Her: pretty. In other words, we’re not entirely sure about the dress, although we think there’s more in the Pro column than the Con.

We don’t love the line cutting across her hips at that point, but the shape of this dress is fantastic for her and the colors mostly suit her. The problem here, as is so often the case, is that she fudged it on the detailing. Not for lack of trying, though. The lady is stacked with accessories; they’re just all wrong. The necklace, the cuffs, the shoes and possibly even the clutch – all wrong for this dress. Less metallic accents and more bright colors; more elegant shoes; maybe a diamond or two.

Also, an entire re-do on that face. More dramatic eye makeup and a slightly stronger lip. She’s looking pretty ghostly up top.

Geez, we thought we were going to start off the day all celebratory and we wound up being all critical and shit. Blame it on the wind keeping us up all night.


[Photo Credit: Jason Merritt/Getty Images]

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  • She looks like she’s wearing the Tanas Root necklace from Rosemary’s Baby.

    • mjude

      good eye!  thats exactly what her necklace looks like.

      hope all you eastern bitter kittens are ok & so glad TLO you are safe too.

    • Tannis, anyone? Love that movie!

    • dress_up_doll

      Great observation, Lisa! I wouldn’t mind owning one (although as I recall, it’s kind of stinky).

  • RzYoung

    She is aging SO well, I wish she was in more films! 

    Very happy TLO Manor and it’s contents are safe and well (how did the cats cope?)

  • Tatiana Luján

    I’m not sure I agree about the need of a more dramatic eye, but I agree with everything else you said.
    I’m very glad that you didn’t suffer any serious damage because of Sandy.

  • Contralto

    Glad you guys are okay.  We still have power, thank God.

    Now, on to Michelle, that bitch.  How can she possibly still look good with all that is wrong with that outfit.

  • Glad you and the cats have come through it OK! Thinking of all the other east coast kittens.

    I like the dress, I just sort of think it isn’t her dress. A skosh shorter and KStew would rock the hell out of it. But that might be about the details as you say.

  • Does she age? She looks great. She could give some of the other older lady-stars a lesson in How It’s Done. (I’m looking at you, Meg Ryan.)

    Up here in western Massachusetts, we never lost power, just the *gasp* internet for a few hours. I had to remember how to read a book there for a while…. 

    • DeborahJozayt

      We lost internet, too. Had to dust off Sims 3 and turn my house into a Katy Perry Wonderland!

  • I’m glad you guys are okay. I hope the rest of the Bitter Kittens fared as well.

    Oh yeah. I don’t like Michelle’s hair. Otherwise, it’s pretty good.

  • LiterateWonderful

    I just wanna say, does she not age??!

    Glad you fared well, so did we (a bit south of you).

  • Funkykatt

    I can’t understand why you two are not being hired to be sylists to the big stars, unless you have been asked many many times and have had to say “no” because your first priority is those of us out here who love and need you. 

  • I think this is more like Chole Moretz’s dress.  I don’t see it as mature enough for Michelle. Bit too twee. 

  • SapphoPoet

    She looks good. I like the dress and the shimmery colors. No strong opinions about the accessories, although I’m always in favor of diamonds. 🙂

    We came through the storm ok (I’m in central PA). Lots of wind and rain, power flickered a couple of times but never went out. My husband is a firefighter and spent the night at the fire station; haven’t seen him since yesterday so I don’t know if he had a lot of calls or not–I’m guessing it was quiet. Glad you two are ok, and our thoughts are with those who suffered from the storm. 

    • MilaXX

       Shout out to the your hubs and all the service people working extra hard during this storm.

  • Her hair looks stringy and limp, and the Bump-It in the back isn’t helping matters any.

  • Pants_are_a_must

    Too bad about the detailing, she looks wonderful, and for some reason, very summery in that dress.

    Nothing but winds up my area in Manhattan, and we were very lucky. The village sounds like a disaster zone.

    • baxterbaby

      My boyfriend is in the Village (Sheridan Square) and lost power last night and is still without.   Thankfully he’s not far west.   Here in the Bronx (highest point in the city) wind, rain, probably some trees down, but minimal.  We may be the poorest borough, but we’re the luckiest right now.

      Glad T, Lo and co. are fine and hope the same for all the BK’s.  

      Michelle; neutral on outfit, but boy is she looking refreshed (in a good way)!

      • Introspective

        Another Bronx girl here. I live across from a park- and all we have are wet streets and strewn leaves. You’d swear it was a good hard rain and nothing more that happened. Baxter I’m with you- poor or not were in an elevated area and it serves us well at at times like these so for that alone I’d never leave the Bronx…

        Mich looks good here but I do think the makeup is a little vanilla and could use a pop of lip color. Dress is good on her but prob not on many others. She’s holding her own. Nice work!

        • Trixkat

          Bronx-born and raised girl here too!  Now split my time between NY & CT, but still have a sister there (who lost her power). The Bronx gets a bad rep but it’s a great place to live with a wonderful neighborhood vibe.  Lucked out in CT – no power loss but lots of tree limbs down.  My thoughts are with everyone who suffered through Sandy and who will struggle to rebuild.  Oh, Michelle looks great – she’s one of my faves.

  • I’m a bitter kitten from the Philippines, so Sandy had no effect on us, but I hope bitter kittens in the US are safe!

    the close-up looks like it’s a bubble wrap, but i love the combination of the bright colors and soft lines on the top and the b/w and grungy lower half!

  • Scarlet39

    Very glad you guys are ok.  I’m on the Upper East Side in Manhattan it’s not bad here at all.  I know the rest of the city and the boroughs have not faired as well. 

    I really like this on her.  It’s certainly a different look for her, but she’s smart enough to know that it should be a little longer and not too tight (I’m looking at you Heidi).   I’m not a fan of the hair; it’s too limp but her face looks amazing.  Maybe it’s just very, very good genes.  If she’s had work done, it’s incredibly well done.   It’s work that doesn’t look like it’s work, you know what I mean? 

  • Cousin_Rose

    So happy that you are safe. That dress looks like something I could wear – maybe with cap sleeves. Not great for Michelle. I do love the shoes with it though.

  • TLo, so glad you are safe and dry!!

    I think the shoes are cute, just not with this dress.

    • kimmeister

      Exactly, they are adorable but have nothing to do with the dress.

  • 3boysful

    I like the dress and necklace on her a lot.  The  shoes don’t really go; I kind of think we need a black sandal here to ground things.  For me the major problem is the limp hair, and the need for brighter makeup.  Notwithstanding all that, she’s still gorgeous.

    Was SO glad to see a new entry up this morning, meaning the uncles have power (of course, we all know they have power, but I mean the electricity kind!).  Hope all the BKs are doing all right–we Carolinians feel your pain.

    • Monabel

      Yes, indeedy, power to the uncles!  OK here in Wilmington De.

  • Anathema_Device

    I don’t mind the makeup. I think she looks polished but not too over the top. The dress + heavier makeup might have been overkill. She should have ditched the necklace and one of the bangles, but otherwise she looks fab.

    So happy all is well at Casa T Lo. Friends and family on the East Coast are all fine. Some are w/o power, but all are safe. I’m sending all my West Coast mojo your way, East Coast!

  • Glad you’re okay! So are we (in Lansdale – about 30 miles west of TLo Manor) – lost power for 4 hours last night, just long enough to play 2 board games and eat far too many fun-sized Three Musketeers (the trick-or-treaters will never know!)

    Now, Michelle. Apparently, her wrinkly portrait is in the same attic as Halle Berry’s. 

    I have to say, I’m not wild about this dress, though. Looks a bit shiny/baggy/not-sure-what-it-wants-to-be. But SHE, on the other hand, looks amazing. 


    • jenno1013

      I thought the exact same thing re: Michelle and Halle.

      In Wilmington we made it through the night only to have the power go out while breakfast was in the frying pan!  But that just lasted an hour.  Hoping that’s the end of the drama, and sending out vibes of strength and patience to the BKs still underwater and/or in the dark.   

      • MilaXX

         Glad to hear. Saw some scary pictures coming from your neck of the woods as well.

    • MilaXX

       For some reason hot cocoa has been my drug of choice during Sandy. I think I’ve drunk more this weekend than I did all last winter.

      • 1964edithgrove

         great idea!  just putting some on…

  • MinkaL

    Is there a reason T&Lo keep deleting a pretty significant swath of posts for absolutely no reason that I can see? Though I can take some guesses. Inquiring minds REALLY want to know. 

    Glad everyone’s safe. My friends in Queens are not doing as well unfortunately.

    • Because it’s a tiresome conversation and because people should be allowed to post their opinions here without other people berating them for it.

      This is the end of this discussion. You should have emailed us if you had any questions.

      • MinkaL

        Tiresome? Berate? Wow… Okay, so really what you’re saying is that opinions are okay so long as they’re ones that are congruent with the one you’ve established? Thank you for making that clear.

        •  It seems you don’t understand what “This is the end of this discussion. You should have emailed us if you had any questions.” means.

          • Jaxlyn

            No, I understand; I understand that you don’t want to have to publicly explain yourself, as you have no explanation(s) that makes any sense whatsoever and displays any modicum of maturity or humility. It’s unfortunate when people are unable to simply admit that they could possibly be wrong about something and instead are pretty clearly interested in maintaining a self-created narrative no matter the cost. It’s narcissism, pure and simple. How disappointing.

            Classy move by the way, (trying to) blocking me. The sheer arrogance!

            But no worries, I’m done.


  • Frank_821

    Yes glad you’re safe and sound. Just proof that Sandy is obviously a Bitter Kitten :p

    As far as Michelle. I just have always loved her. It is odd that here is one of the most beautiful women to have graced Hollywood in the past 30 years, who is also a natural talent, yet she was never really a glamour girl. I think how many movies she has effortlessly lit up the screen.

    Makes you realize how less prevalent the red carpet was back in her prime. But yes life certainly agrees with her. Still stunning with presence

  • people dont get angry with me, but i feel this dress is too young for her. like its supposed to be worn by some hipster-starlet. perhaps emma watson? chloe moretz? lizzy caplan? (also, hate the shoes.)

    • I said the same thing! 

    • random_poster

      Emma Watson would be perfect for this dress and could get away with more of this youthful (in my eyes) jewerly.

  • BrooklynBomber

    She looks great, though I wish she wouldn’t stand like a four year old.  Glad you made it through okay (I hope your car’s okay, too!). We’re fine here in our part of Brooklyn. No power outage; cable was down but it’s back. A little outside damage, but nothing awful. 

  • formerlyAnon

    Glad to hear T Lo Manor weathered the storm intact.  Hope everyone else is doing the same (though those of you without power and/or worrying about water damage may not be the ones reading this.)

    Not a fan of the dress, it’s got too much pattern going on and in a would-be avant garde interiors kind of way. But the shape and even more the colors work for her and she winds up looking pretty as can be. Her accessories are just so many also rans.

  • newleaf1

    Girl’s got some rockin legs.

  • That silhouette works better for women with a more boyish shape: Cameron Diaz, Tia Leoni, etc. Those of us with curvier hips and bigger bosoms should stay away from sack shapes. (I’m looking at you, Julianne Moore). 

  • I think it’s the youngest she’s looked in a while. A definite “in” for my 1980s film queen.

  • decormaven

    Overall acceptable look, but a polish on the fingernails would have been a nice accent. Agree on the mixup in accessories- that top bangle set was borrowed from Tina Turner from Mad Max Beyond Thunderdrome.
    Glad you two are OK! Heckuva storm for the East Coast BKs.

  • teensmom99

    I think the whole is better than the sum of the parts and she looks amazing.  More mature but not matronly.
    And glad you & the manor are safe.

  • merciblahblah

    She looks great and her legs are amazing and I hope I age that well yada yada yada, but what I REALLY want to say is that even a bitch like Sandy can’t keep my TLo down. In all seriousness, I’m here in the midwest, safe from the storm, but my thoughts are with my family and friends (both of the physical and interwebs kind), and I hope you ALL stay safe and well. I have no idea why I’m tearing up while I’m typing this, but it’s true. Prayers and well wishes to you all.

  • Judy_J

    I’m OK with this. I like the side view better than the full frontal.  I think you’re right…better accessories would have really made this look sparkle.  I’ve got to say, though, the shoes are great, and they fit! 

    I’m glad you guys weathered the storm.  From the pictures and video I’ve seen, you’re lucky indeed.  New York under water…it was like something from a disaster film.  Unfortunately, it was real.  I fee like I did when Katrina hit New Orleans…so sad for all affected by the destruction.

  • MilaXX

    I like the dress and the bag, but the rest of the accessories are wrong. i don’t think she needed a necklace with this. She could have done a gold cuff and black pumps; it would have been a cleaner, bolder look. On the face she needs upper lashes and a stronger lip.

    • kimmeister

      I had been wondering if you still had the new kitten!  Glad he (and household) are fine.

      • MilaXX

         Yes I still have the kitten, but my 19 year old had a stroke and died last week. It was hard to talk about, but he didn’t suffer long. He had what looked like a seizure and as I picked him up and held him he was gone before I could even call the vet. I burred him in the back yard and put a garden stone over the spot. He was the very best cat in the world and I was happy to have him for as long as I did. The kitten is just one bug ball of energy.

        • kimmeister

          Oh my goodness, I didn’t know.  I teared up just reading your post, I’m so sorry for your loss.  I’m glad you got to be with him until the end.  May you have some solace in your other furry friend.

        • ChaCha_70

          RIP kitty.

        • formerlyAnon

           Condolences on the loss of your old pal. Sounds like he had a relatively good end. And that that kitten really was sent at the right time.

  • nannypoo

    I’m glad TLo are safe, and hope all the BKs are safe as well.

    As for Michelle Pfeiffer, first let me say I think she is incredibly beautiful. Next, I’m sorry to say I think she is way too old for this dress and for that hair. 

  • I think the misses on the details are pretty minor; it’s still a good look for her.  But has anyone figured out whether that’s an abstract design on her top or an actual picture of something?  It’s confusing me.

    I’m a Rocky Mountain BK so the effect of the storm on me is just worrying about those of you in the storm’s path.  Glad to hear it didn’t hit most of you too hard!

  • Glad you are all ok!  The whole look is just – odd.

  • Janet B

    I don’t like the dress on her.  Her accessories are fine for a different outfit.

    In SF Bay Area glorious sunny weather, but I’ve botched my oatmeal two mornings and a row and I’m pretty grumpy about it.

  • SO glad you’re good.  Funny how you’re on the list of my East Coast ‘friends’…

  • eowyn_of_rohan

    I like it.  Don’t love it, but I always like seeing her on red carpets.  As for the storm, luckily my NYC neighborhood (Morningside Heights) was mainly spared beyond some branches coming down.  Glad TLo is safe as well!

  • Jessica O’Connell

    Glad you came out ok on the other side of Sandy, TLo! Luckily, it didn’t hit me too hard down in DC and my family in Jersey, while they’re without power, is doing ok! Thanks for checking in!

    Agreed on all your assessments. Also don’t really like her hair. I’ve actually had a ton of rest over the past several days, so I have no excuse for my grouchiness and for being so critical.

  • Bwin51

    It looks like she threw a sheer blouse on top of a knit shift. I like the innovation, but really? Better luck next time.

  • schadenfreudelicious

    Back in my Western Canadian chill here, though i was in NYC for a few glorious days before the storm and managed to get on one of the last flights out of Newark on Sunday night just as the shit began to hit the fan. Hope the rest of the BK’s are alright!. Not loving the dress, but not hating it either, the jewelry is all wrong and distracts from the look. Weak hair and makeup, but as always Michelle still looks lovely.

  • Like the jewelry, don’t like the clutch, love the dress

  • ojosazules

    Alive is good!! Chez TLO undamaged and powered up is also very good!!
    She has a frozen waffle coming out of her ribs!! Not good!!

    • kimmeister

      BWAHAHAHA that is totally an Eggo!

  • I think she looks pretty good, but I agree the detailing is off. 
    I’m near the Queensboro bridge in Manhattan (but more inland) so I never lost power for more than a flicker and have held up pretty well. Not sure how I’m getting to class though, what with the subway flooding. But at least me and my dog are safe and sound. My friends appear to all be ok too. 

  • I’m not sure what it says about me that when I heard that Philadelphia was in the path of the storm, my first concern was TLo.  Glad you’re okay!

  • B_C_J

    She is an ageless beauty. Love the dress on her. It is the right length and I like the fact that it looks like she is wearing art. I would ditch the accessories for something higher end (the diamonds suggested by TLo would be perfect). The shoes are also pretty but not the best choice for this dress.  She does need stronger makeup and a redo on the hair. 

  • kimmeister

    The first thing I did when I got to work today was check TLo to see if there were new posts, indicating electricity at TLo manor. Yay!

    The looks good despite the fact that I don’t like the dress at all, and nothing else goes together.  The shape of the dress is fine, but the print is just weird and the bottom half looks dirty.

  • She, personally, looks fab, but I don’t like that dress on her.  I think it’s too “young”.  I would have put this as a “Girl, That’s Not Your Dress” post.  But it’s always nice to see her–I love her work as an actress and she is still stunning.

    Glad you are OK in Philly.  We are fine here in NC but my family in NY & CT has no power, trees on houses, water they can’t drink, a psychotic dog, and not much of a timeline for when things will improve.  Worried for them, but glad they’re safe!

  • jw_ny

    For the most part, she looks really good.  I like the dress…agree the accessories are all wrong, especially the shoes & cuffs.  

  • Qitkat

    Dayum, Michelle is looking mighty fine. It’s nice to see her featured here. Amazing legs too. While every accessory might not be quite right for this artsy, unusual, but flattering dress, I appreciate that she made the effort to pull it all together. I disagree that her makeup ought to have been more assertive, I think it is just right, that after a certain age, and with delicate coloring and features such as hers, subtle is a far better place to go. I would only quibble that her hair be a bit less flyaway, a bit more trimmed. She is very lovely.

  • Michelle herself is gorgeous! I like the dress, but I agree that the accessories could use some work. I’d get rid of the necklace first – it’s distracting.

  • Joyce VG

    I’m so glad you guys are ok! Continue to stay safe.  I’m in California where we may not have a winter at all.  Both sides of the coin are still equally destructive. Michelle has always been such a beauty. I love this whole look on her. 

  • Judy_S

    What could be more cheerful than an excuse to bitch a little? She looks pretty, though.

  • NCDFan

    I think her makeup is quite good actually. She doesn’t look 54 at all. 

    • l_c_ann

      The problem (for me) is that so many actresses are starting to look alike as their faces…..get smoother, etc.

  • Funkykatt

    Sandy was a kid in the sixth grade who tried to get me to smoke cigarettes.  I didn’t so I feel that by living in California, I am being given a gift for doing the right thing and getting to avoid both Sandys. 

  • watchmeboogie

    Glad you’re OK! We’re OK, kids OK, pets OK, house OK, house did not lose power.

  • margaret meyers

    Is that her husband in the matching pink tie?  I think so. They deserve a couples post.
    Too bad about her makeup — all wrong.

    • EEKstl

      Yep, that is her hubby.

  • CarolinLA

    Living in LA, watching the news doesn’t give me any idea of what it was like as individual households going through the storm. I really want to hear the stories.  For example, TLo, you said in the other post that you didn’t want to go upstairs.  Why was that?  

    • devilsdeb

       Trees uprooting and falling through the roof.It happens  often in the Phila. area during soaking windy storms.

  • EEKstl

    Glad you’re ok!!!  We of the Midwest are thinking of all the Bitter Kittens and Unborn Fawns who are/were in harm’s way.  Hope all are (and is) well.

    Pretty dress and pretty woman, but half the bangles on one wrist half on the other, ditch the necklace, lose those shoes and replace with some fab, non-metallic pump and I’d let her keep the clutch.  I am sort of coveting that dress, come to think of it…

  • Glad to hear most of you weathered the storm without injury. Out here in the West, we’ve all been glued to the news and hoping for the best. Sending healing thoughts to the BKs dealing with repairs and outages. Funny how important this little online family has become to me. I couldn’t wait to hear updates today.

    As for Michelle, she is preternaturally lovely. I think she’s a vampire or something. However, she sometimes doesn’t look quite polished, which is how I would describe this look. It seems a bit young for her, even though she has the face and figure to pull it off.

    Take care everybody! 

  • Peeve

    Glad to hear you made it through okay, guys! We here in Ohio are getting the dregs of the storm (snow and wind). I consider us very lucky… We got the 80 mph winds of Hurricane Ike several years ago, and that was scary and damaging enough for my lifetime.

  • TSkot

    Sure, there might be things to nitpick, but she looks like a million bucks, regardless.

  • Lily-Rygh

    From what I can see here, it looks like she has really pretty feet.  Just sayin’.

  • golden_valley

    Contrast this photo with the one of Cameron Diaz a few posts back.  Michelle’s pale makeup looks so much better and younger than Cameron’s makeup makes her look.  Cameron needs Michelle’s people.

  • aristida_girl

    Love you guys! Thanks for bravely pushing through the long night and still giving the kittens something pretty to look at 🙂 I love the dress, and she amazes me with her ability to still turn heads whenever she wants to…

  • Judih1

    She looks like Christie Brinkley in the face. Is it me or does anyone else think that both her and Christie need to update their hair and make-up? Seems like they are trying too hard to hold onto the look of their youth. They are in their 50’s and the California surfer girl look just doesn’t cut it for me

  • So glad you boys are well! Wondered about you. Power is still off here in Boston but it’s 65 degrees and off-and-on sunny so we shan’t complain. Visiting friends and re-charging electronics and so, of course, checking on TLo. How many disaster pictures can I look at after all. As for Ms. Michelle, love it. The dress is fun and chic.

  • judybrowni

    Didn’t recognize her as Michelle from the thumbnail, but someone 20 years younger.

    Which is good, I suppose.

    Cute dress.

  • Frank Li

    Looking from the side and the outfit it pretty fantastic.

  • OrigamiRose

    Individually, I’m not crazy about the parts, yet somehow she makes it work as a whole.  

    Although, I never like polish so dark. I found that the most distracting, disjointed element.

  • bitchybitchybitchy

    So good to know that TLo are fine.  This Bitter Kitten is just tired, but thankful that the house has power and survived the storm.
    Wishing all of our east coast BK’s good luck with cleanup.

  • oohsparkley!

    I like it! Not too young for her at all. I agree with Tlo on the accessorizing. I supposed the Bitter Kittens that are suffering won’t be heard from for awhile. Best wishes to all.

  • I don’t care what anyone nitpicks about her look.  I would cut a bitch to look and carry myself like Michelle.  At ANY age.  Gurl looks lovely!

  • Glad to know you’re fine. Sleep during winds-impossible. Get some beauty sleep this weekend.

  • glennethph

    In Stardust, she played one of 3 witches who stayed young and beautiful by consuming (the magic of) stars.  I’m sure there’s some of that going here…=)  I can’t believe this lady started out in showbiz as Stephanie Zenoni.

  • I’m glad to here that everything is alright at TLo Manor! I hope the cats weren’t too freaked out. I hope all of the rest of the bitter kittens are alright. 

  • BigWhiteGrannyPanties

    I love this dress.  It’s like a walking piece of art. But I’m not really impressed with her makeup.  One person here feels she’s aging well.  I’m not so sure.  She looks tired to me.  But thankfully, it’s clear there’s been no work done and thank GOD there’s no weird Joker Face.  But it does look like she needs some sleep.

  • oh well. I did a movie with her (Frankie and Johnny, I was Nedda) and she was a peach.

  • guest2visits

    I like the dress; and I like the lighter, fresher hair and make-up touch – but agree the shoes and the jewelry could have been
    something else. The shoes need to be traded for something more simple and elegant. The jewelry she’s wearing looks too heavy.

    We have relatives in the area and fortunately they just sustained heavy rains, no loss of power. Glad youz made it through ok.

  • No power, and I just found working Wi-fi.  The house got kissed by a branch yesterday, but it was just a cheek kiss; would it had been an air kiss, but the roof is intact.  As such, I have no complaints about this beautiful woman wearing beautiful clothes; she may not be perfect, but she sure looks better than I do right now.

  • Rebecca Jay

    I’m mesmerized by her fantastic legs, feet, and especially toes…. in that third pic down.  

  • Chloe Moretz (sp?) would look great in this dress but I think Michelle is looking pretty great here. She is a timeless beauty. 

    I flew from Detroit to Denver Monday morning and it was an absolute nightmare. NIGHTMARE. My flight was meant to go through Philly and that was cancelled so then I was put on standby for about 6 flights, didn’t sleep for 36 hours, and spent about 5 or 6 hours after I finally checked out of my hotel and ventured to the airport waiting to catch flight after flight. However, all ended well, only waited about 6 hours at the airport iself and ended up getting moved to a direct flight to Denver. Some turbulence but I am safe and sound.

    Hope all the BK on my beloved East Coast are safe. 

  • I think the only accessory that’s really bothering me is that necklace. She’d go from a “B” to an “A” if she ditched that.