Along with the “throw pictures of a cute guy at the wall” method of lazy blogging, there’s also the other trick we pull out of our bag when we want to coast and podcast for a bit. It’s the “find the most hideous look of the day and then storm out like you’re really mad at it” method.
“CHLOE GRACE HOW COULD YOU THIS IS THE LAST STRAW YOUNG LADY DON’T YOU EVEN OWN A MIRROR?!?!?”
T Lo bow extravagantly and exit, hoping it worked.
Fine. We’ll use our words. This is just amazingly bad in so many ways. The color, the textiles, the shape and style – there’s literally nothing good to be found anywhere. It amazes us how often and how consistently she picks the most hellaciously unflattering and eye-searing looks for her promo work. The pink velvet (!!!) is bad enough, but combined with swiss dot, overdesigned sleeves and an inexplicably W-shaped neckline, it just becomes an overwhelming pile of bad decisions. We think she figures herself to be some sort of risk-taking fashionista, but that term only applies to people whose risks pay off more than not. When your ratio skews the other way, you get saddled with the “fashion victim” term.
Erdem Embroidered Velvet Dress from the Fall 2018 Collection
Styled by Nell Kalonji
[Photo Credit: INSTARImages, vogue.com]
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