Marchesa Bridal Spring 2012 Collection
Give us a dress and we’ll offer an opinion, asked-for or not, but the longer we do this bloggy thing the more we realize we simply don’t have the gay wedding gene. Bitchy as we are, you’ll never see us take up careers as wedding planners. We’d be out of business in a day for asking every client, “Don’t you just want to pick out a kicky sequined party dress and call it a day?”
We’ll happily sit through a marathon of Say Yes to the Dress, but that’s mostly to yell at the overbearing mothers and obviously jealous bitchy best friends, not to mention the veritable parade of closeted gay men that make up the pool of fiances. Whenever we slap up a bridal collection post – or really, any topic tangentially related to weddings, like Kate Middleton – we sit back and let the ladies and the more wedding-minded gays hash it out. Prior to this blog we had no idea at all that there was a sleeve issue in bridal gowns. This is when smart, bitchy minions come in so handy.
Anyway, our point is, a T Lo godchild is celebrating a milestone today and we’re off to be the wholesome gay uncles America has fallen in love with and invited into their living rooms. While we’re doing the family thing, you guys can rip apart these dresses like a bunch of feral cats fighting over an empty can of Chicken of the Sea. Have fun!