Nina: Pure Simplicity.
It’s just not like our girl to wear something so frumpy-looking. Did she pick up the wrong drycleaning or something? She looks like she’s going to a picnic. In 1964.
She’s got the look of a woman just scanning the room, waiting for a chance to say “Oh, this old thing? Why, it was the first dress I ever made! The classics never go out of style – and it fits me just as well as when I was fourteen!”
Querida, it pains us to say this, but we don’t like the proportions on this dress; the color isn’t working for us, and we fear you haven’t thought about how this will look on a woman’s body. Your woman’s body. We — we can’t believe it’s come to this, but…
It’s not aesthetically pleasing.
Chica, what happened?
“Haha. I know, right? My ex-assistant picked it out.”