Kit & Kevin
Looking past the gimmick, which admittedly, was tough for us, this is a sharply tailored dress rendered in beautiful fabrics. The proportions on that skirt are perfect. Hair and makeup: awful.
Shoes: To die.
Yeah, it’s that red…thing that just doesn’t appeal to us. We get it. We just don’t like it.
It’s a little too discordant, if you know what we mean.
And what’s with the Mardi Gras beads or cranberries or whatever that is hanging off her shoulder? She looks like she just won a prize in a county fair.
Still, it’s kinda sharp and it’s kinda different.
Kevin is VERY straight and he wants you to know it. He NEEDS you to know it.
Fine by us. The gays wouldn’t want to take credit for this dress.
Once again, we have a red and black dress with a wildly contrasting element. For whatever reason, this worked even less than Kit’s dress.
It just looks like she has tin foil wrapped around her waist. We don’t like the way it’s cut and we don’t like the fabric choice. In fact, the fabrics work so badly against each other, they tend to cheapen each other. Unlike most of the other dresses, you can’t as easily tell that it’s made of high-end fabrics.
The dress itself is pretty basic but we did like the skirt, especially the red on the hem.
But enough already with the bows, designers. The last time we saw this many bows on dresses we were in a wedding party.
[Photos: Barbara Nitke/Bravotv.com - Screencaps: Project RunGay]