Joe, Kelli & Leanne
And Joe, you’re going to need to have a crying fit or a fight with the judges or make a vow to destroy one of your competitors because we have trouble remembering you’re even there.
Of course, making a memorable dress would help too.
Well, props need to be paid for using the fabric that tripped up two other designers and not torturing it.
It’s not an innovative or memorable or even vaguely interesting design, but at least it’s fairly well executed. Kinda hate the port hole.
Kelli had immunity this week and made a dress like she knew it.
How else to explain this?
It’s like it started off like a good idea – matching skirt and ruffled shrug with a bodice in a contrasting fabric – and then somewhere in the process she was like “Fuck this, I have IMMUNITY! Bring on the assiness!”
It looks like that bit of contrast over her left boob is supposed to be actually covering her left boob instead of timidly creeping towards it. Even if that effect had been perfectly executed we still wouldn’t have liked it. It’s the very definition of a titscrepancy.
Also, she needs a belt or a sash or something to transition that contrasting blue into the skirt.
And that’s just a lot of hoo-haa. Doesn’t add anything and the big cutaway in the back looks like it belongs on a different dress. Step it up, Kells. You don’t have immunity this week.
Has anyone else noticed the little Judy Bernly blouses that Leanne’s been wearing every week? We’re actually getting together with some gays to watch 9 to 5 before the show tonight in her honor. There’s nothing like a little 1980 secretarial couture to get us in the mood to watch PR.
As for little Judy’s dress…
That’s a lot of bad.
It seems to us that it could have been a chic little number if Judy had done some editing, but more importantly, it might have worked if she’d had some sort of game plan. As it is, she was all “Maybe I’ll make some fabric noodles and stick them all over it.”
The basic design concept isn’t bad. We like the silhouette and the proportions. We hate the fabric but that’s not her fault and besides it doesn’t look like she ran it through a mangler like Wesley’s.
It’s just so…noodley. And the noodles don’t have any rhyme or reason. They’re just stuck all over it.
And another thing…
Many of you have convinced us that pockets in skirts are cute and fun and even sometimes necessary. We don’t 100% agree in all cases, but we’re starting to come around to that point of view little by little.
We CANNOT, though, under any circumstances, get behind pockets in a mini-skirt. Sorry noodle poodles, that’s just stupid.
And the head noodle is dumb.
Don’t forget T LOunge this afternoon, darlings! Wear something that transitions well from day to evening and get there early because you just may win a door prize today.
[Photos: Bravo/Barbara Nitke - Screencaps: Projectrungay.blogspot.com]