And now for two people with absolutely no chemistry, by the looks of things.
Feel the warmth.
Judge the clothes.
The walking definition of “Meh. It’s a bland banker’s suit with too-large shoes. Seriously, Dan. You couldn’t even pick a decent tie? And the worst part of it is, this might’ve come off okay if it was impeccable and looked expensive, but neither of those things are true here.
And then there’s Princess Sustainable:
This doesn’t exactly make for a grand argument in favor of the use of sustainable fabrics, we’re afraid. The textile itself is bland and unphotogenic. The dress, from the front, is awkward and unflattering. The seaming and the darts take center stage because there’s pretty much nothing else to look at. The watteau back is nicely dramatic and works quite well (although it’s an odd feature to pair with a clean face and virtually no jewelry), but the dress itself, in color, shape and texture, is boring and dull.
This is turning out to be one of the most disappointing poledances in recent memory.
Custom Emilia Wickstead Light Blue Off-the-Shoulder Gown with Cape Detail (made with sustainable fabrics)
[Photo Credit: Doug Peters/PA Images/INSTARimages.com, Isabel Infantes/PA Images/INSTARimages.com]