Full disclosure: We’re only putting this up for a vote because we’re dying to see the creative ways some of you kittens are going to come up with to defend it.
Hahahaha. No, girl. That shit’s cray.
But we admit that there are aspects here to like. For one, the color story. The greens, pinks and yellows combine for a slightly unusual palette for a red carpet look. The velvet cuffs make for an interesting and unexpected touch. All of that’s good, as far as we’re concerned. But that ridiculous neckline/bust is such a dealbreaker that we find it hard to even notice anything else. It’s horrible; so awful that it tends to make the parts we kind of like come off slightly more questionable, if that makes any sense. Like, the velvet cuffs are nice and all, but why would you want them when you have two beaded dishtowels fighting for dominance of your boob area?
To us, this is a no. An interesting attempt, but still a no. Now let’s hear if any of you can come up with a 30-word essay on Why You Love This Dress. In other words, darlings…
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