Darlings, let’s check in with the extended Sterling Cooper family one last time, shall we?
And by “check in,” we mean “judge them,” naturally.
It’s a little grandiose and old-fashioned in a drag queen kind of way, but we can’t say it doesn’t suit her. Our only major complaint is with the color. Like so many redheads, she’s a lady who needs a jewel tone.
He’s an adorable man, but that tux is too big on him.
MEREDITH. How we miss her high-pitched nasality. The dress is pretty, even with the neck bow, which is a thing we tend to dislike quite strongly. She’s a gal who can work a bow, though, going be her entire costume wardrobe on the show. We’d have liked to have seen a little more zhuzh in the hair and a little less matchiness in the shoes, though.
This is exactly the kind of thing she excels at wearing; these sort of dark takes on Tilda Swinton-style looks. We are so not fans of the side cutout, but she looks pretty amazing in this.
Hey, remember when we said we vehemently dislike neck bows?
We fell out.
Shirley, no. You look like you’re being attacked by a giant moth. Fabulous color, though. And your hair and makeup are spectacular.
It is ridiculous sometimes how chic and tasteful she can be. We’re not a hundred percent on the fit or the foundation garment feel of the bodice, but that textile is stunning.
Love the subtle check in the tux.
Lorenzo feels like this is a For Models Only dress that requires a 6-foot woman to make it work. Tom thinks she’d have to be a giantess, because not even 6 feet of model is going to make the proportions on this one flattering. This looks like something a little baby drag queen fashioned out of old curtains he found in his mom’s sewing room.
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