I haven't done this in many a moon, but I am Totes McGoats sharing an e-mail with you in lieu (or in loo, if you're in Great Britain) of typing something, you know, ORIGINAL. I mean, I guess my email is original, but I think you catch my drift. So wivout further adieu (or adoo, if you're trying to rhyme with loo), here goes.
I thought the Tiny Russian's dress was far and away the best. It actually looked like a dress (but maybe that's because I could see the muslin at the top). It was a cool challenge, but so many of them made their models look bigger than they were. Maybe not as much as the
macaroni dress, but still.
Totally agree about Ven and Shark Dress Girl. The Asian with the Q-Tip hurrdo had a cool idea up top, but then ruined it with the melting cotton candy. Yep, Grandma Candy Dots need. ta. GO. Get over yourself - you made an apron with a bustle that made her ass look HUGE. And Lantie.* Lantie, Lantie, Lantie. Girl should've gone home last week. The whole "But I didn't have TIIIIIMMMME" argument was el lame-o.
Oh, and also...was it just me or did Heidi seem PISSED at the very beginning of the show before she sent the designers back to the work room? Maybe they were filming this one around the time she and Seal broke up, because she did not seem happy to be there.
Speaking of beef stroganoff, I am wearing gold skinnies today. Got em last weekend. I debated wearing pants since living in Kansas City has become akin to living on the surface of the sun, but figured I'd throw caution to the wind! Fly by the seat of my gold pants!
Sweet. Are you at work? I assume you took photos and also assume there is no good reason I have to wait to see them on the blog.
*We did not make this name up. I repeat, we did NOT make this name up.
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