Or maybe that's just me.
Amy here: Having never ejected a tiny human, I cannot empathize with your above sentiment. I can only speak to this challenge in two ways this morn: 1) Maybe I liked it because I could pass as pregnant these days and 2) don't expect me to "bring it" this week as I spent a couple hours on the bathroom floor last night with what I can only hope wasn't Paul putting rat-poison in my dinner.
Amy: I, on the other hand, loved this. I thought the waist detail she did was lovely and the color of this was so rich and scrumptious like a nice merlot. AND she made a coat. Coats get big ups from me.
Amy: I, too, enjoy this dress but something about it reads a little too Home Ec for me. I think it's the color combination for some reason.
Shan: Oh Malvin, you poor little chickadee. NO pregnant woman wants to look like a giant Cadbury egg.
Amy: Unfortunate about these shorts because this was one of the cutest outfits. I can't even look at that picture without giggling. Those are terribew.
Shan: This dress was pretty, but I'm guessing most of the women designing tonight have never been pregnant, or they would've been more GENEROUS with the material over the boobular region.
Amy: I concur.
Shan: Meh. Just meh. That's all I got.
Amy: Yeah, I'm sure tons of pregnant women would line up to wear that??? Seriously, no offense, but I don't want to see most pregnant women anywhere near something like this.
Shan: Ditto comment above. I do want to say, however, that Logan's model is a leeeeetle too Fatal Attraction for my taste.
Amy: How on earf is this anything remotely interesting? Oh yeah, it's not.
Shan: Okay, I realize the designers were designing for Rebecca Romain-O'Connell, but do they realize the average pregnant woman DOES NOT LOOK LIKE REBECCA ROMAIN O'CONNELL? There was an over-abundance of reeeeaaallllly tight maternity wear on that runway.
Amy: I was feeling it until the white/grey part stepped in. Still, at least he tried something different. I kind of like him, too. He's adorable. The fit on this is ghastly though.
Shan: Oy vey. Bad with the big bulky sleeveless jacket, even worse as a Saturday Night Fever jumpsuit. Dude, that was a big, shiny, tight, white mess.
Amy: I've done that whole shawl thing with a big scarf before and didn't have to sew one stitch. I have not done the jumpsuit lurking beneath though and never intend to. You're all welcome.