Kit, Sweet P and VictorYa
Let’s wrap these bitches up, shall we?
We did not love this dress, although that probably has more to do with the ugly fabrics than the dress itself.
It’s your basic baby-doll silhouette, which is fine. Sorta flattering, but the skirt’s probably a little too full.
We thought the idea of using the patterned material was sound, we just don’t like this material, that’s all. Good enough to squeeze by.
This is the best, most finished garment Sweet P’s managed to throw down the runway.
It’s simple, but she made good use of the materials and stuck to proportions that were going to flatter her client.
No, it’s not the most fashion-forward design in the world and the drabness of the color weighs down an already potentially-drab garment, but again, it’s good enough to squeeze by. She and Kit need to step up.
Ironically, VictorYa took a step down this week.
Honestly, if we didn’t know who designed this dress and had to guess, VictorYa would’ve been very low on the list.
When we haven’t liked her work, it’s usually been due to differences in taste. Even when we don’t like it, we see a style and an expression that comes through loud and clear.
This? This looks like a 20-year-old Simplicity pattern.
Just another drab, boring, refitted, non-everyday wear garment. It’s barely distinguishable from the one that got Steven auf’d. She should’ve gotten a slamming from the judges over it.
[Photos:Barbara Nitke /Bravotv.com - Screencaps: Project RunGay]