Let’s load these losers onto the truck and ship them outta here, you guys. We’ve had enough of their shenanigans!
Actually, we’re just cleaning out our folders for the week before we bid an adieu to yieu and yieu and yieu.
Hit it, basics:
Yeah, that’s kind of the same expression we have when we look at your dress, dear.
It does the job. We have no issues with it, although we think it might’ve been better as a dress.
Dear, your grandma should be very proud of her skills, but you shouldn’t let her talk you into these things.
Kinda love this. More ladystars need to take a page from the boystars and just go for the t-shirt and jeans look for casual situations. If you do it right, you can look chic and/or hot, if that’s the goal.
Sorry, but that pattern looks terrible on her, although it would look bad on almost anyone. It’s great that she doesn’t shy away from print and color, nor should she, but everyone needs to consider the proportion and placement of patterns and prints.
Credit where it’s due: This is cute and fun. Sometimes, her brand of tacky is just right for a situation.
Enh. It’s nice enough, but way too dull.
Nicely done, but he’s a boy who needs pattern and color.
The jacket doesn’t go with the dress at all. It matches, sure. But it doesn’t go.
Bringing the cray, like only she can. If the lace wasn’t sheer and the pumps weren’t white, this might’ve looked a little normal.
We like it for the simple drama, but it need some oomph in the styling.
We’ll say this: the dishtowel frock sort of goes with the milkmaid hair.
Patsy Stone: The Early Years.
You can’t just pull off the tieless/buttoned look with any ol’ plain suit and dress shirt. Doesn’t work. And the shoes don’t go.
Cute dress, but Supergirl, we just don’t know about the Payless you’re sporting there.
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