Sigh. Always getting the details wrong, this one.
On the one hand, we want to applaud her for picking something with a little visual interest to it instead of something bridesmaidily (it’s a word) generic. The colors really look great on her. But we don’t think that neckline or the small stand-up collar work for her at all. It might have been improved if she’d opted to wear her hair up or back, but even then, it’s a tough and odd shape to pull off.
We suppose we could take the kind approach and assume the UTTERLY EGREGIOUS manner in which that sash is tied was simply her giving up at the last second, once she realized she’d picked the wrong dress.
Seriously, that’s just awful. Did she have no one on hand to take care of that for her? Pin it to the waistline and tie it in a bow. Add an up do and some killer earrings and this might’ve half-worked for her.
But it really does come off like she gave up halfway through getting ready.
It’s HILARIOUS because she doesn’t realize what a revolting dog-monster she REALLY is! HAHA!
We bet a thousand-million dollars and a donut that she will learn an important lesson about having self-confidence at the end, even after the film spends an hour laughing at her for it.
Custom Brandon Maxwell Pink and Red Sleeveless Gown with Plunging Neckline and Belt
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