Best Dressed — 2014 CMA Awards

Always fun being able to sift thru the surplus of red carpet imagery post any award show! In fact, some of my most fave moments since doing my best dressed lists have been from the country music scene. So of course, it’s always a pleasure when it’s a country music award show night! And the 2014 CMA Awards were no exception!

What mostly caught my eye for the night were the more understated looks, the great fits, interesting cuts, and the intriguing little details. I also was drawn to many entirely black looks, all with such a regal and luxe quality. So here are my faves, ENJOY!

Danielle Bradbery


I instantly fell in love with this black floor-length dress from Danielle. She is young, but this plunging V-neck look with a train was very much age appropriate. It had just the right amount of a sexy, mature vibe, but done very tastefully.

Bradbery’s head to toe look is stunning, every detail, from the jewelry to the slight smoky eye to the dress! So kudos to Danielle’s stylist, Amber Lehman, and her make-up artist/hair stylist, Tarryn Feldman. I’m a huge fan of a side-braid and I love seeing it done here so elegantly. Her styling & beauty team did an excellent job here, PERFECTION!


1415231185_lucy-hale-560  Lucy Hale

Hale was certainly sizzlin’ in this fitted and belted boldly bright red Romona Keveza gown. As you can see below, this dress is amazing from all angles, especially the back, love the cutout! She spiced her look up with a black and silver fringed clutch from Inge Christopher.


Every detail was thought out with this look, including some amazing jewelry pieces — Black Diamond Drop Earrings by Norman Silverman’s Diamonds, and rings from both Melissa Kaye Jewelry — Cate Ring, and Porter Lyons — Midi-Crypt Ring. From Melissa Kaye there is also the Ellie Large Earrings.


Kimberly Perry  1415234826_kimberly-perry-560

At first glance, I thought this was the 1st of the many all black looks on my best dressed list. But upon further observation, I now know it’s a navy blue Gustavo Cadile gown, with a sheer sweetheart neckline. Kimberly always looks gorgeous, this look obviously being no exception. I’m convinced any look she chooses will never not be anything but SHEER brilliance, full pun intended!


Brandy Clark

Black fitted gown + shimmery & sparkly + sheer effects =’s A hands down best dressed look for sure! With all of these elements it would be hard to go wrong on the red carpet. And Brandy certainly didn’t! This dress is glittering gorgeousness and I love the partially sheer long sleeves. I’m very happy she chose this stunning number from Pamella Roland.


Luke Bryan & Caroline Boyer

The number of times this dazzlin’ duo has graced my best dressed lists, couldn’t even tell you. I never know the designer details, but that doesn’t stop me from giving these two a nod. Luke of course looks handsome, hard to go wrong with a black suit with a black tie. But Caroline always catches my eye. This gal knows how to pick red carpet looks. I love her choice for this event, stark white, high slit, and slight embellishments!

Kimberly Williams-Paisley


Designer talent Romona Keveza is pulling double duty for this red carpet as Kimberly is also donning one of her phenomenal pieces. Kimberly made an excellent find with this navy blue lace gown with a train. It has a great fit and she is workin’ it!

Thomas & Lauren Rhett


This pair is another dynamic duo who look great together on the red carpet and know how to stun us all. In fact, I feel like these looks could work as if Thomas was the President and Lauren as the 1st lady. Lauren’s red gown is the perfect example of old-school glamour. Thomas too looks quite dapper in his classic black tuxe.

Phillip & Rebecca Sweet


So many great duos for this red carpet, and this pair I could not overlook! The two coordinated well, but not in a too cute, matchy-matchy sort of way. His ivory jacket, her eggshell dress, looked great together. The detailed sheer shoulders for Rebecca’s look didn’t go unnoticed either. This understated look is breathtaking!

1415234857_chaley-rose-560  Chaley Rose

I’m a huge Project Runway fan so seeing that Chaley is donning a look from the brand Johnathan Kayne of course made me super excited. The designer talent behind this brand is Kayne Gillaspie and if I’m not mistaken, Joshua McKinley also co-designs, making the two a powerful design team!

I think Chaley looks unbelievable in this printed gold floor-length gown. There is a bit of vintage appeal in the look, but the overall vibe is still very modern. I’m happy Chaley discovered this dynamic design duo and went with this dress.

Aubrey Peeples


There is boho chic, well this is boho glam. Aubrey found the perfect balance of mixing casual and elegant pieces into one great red carpet look. Her stylist, Tara Williams, did a fantastic job putting this entire look together, the outfit and the accessories.

Her luscious waves were courtesy of Sam Wade. And her wonderful make-up beauty look is by Laura K. Godwin.

Lily Aldridge  1415235105_lily-aldridge-560

There is always room on the red carpet for a full-on sexy hot number, such as this black dress with not only black all over, but also sheer effects. It’s by Calvin Klein paired perfectly with black Stuart Weitzman heels. Lily’s diamond jewelry is from Jen Meyer.

Lily’s styling & beauty team is red hot, which is to be expected from this scorchin’ look — styling by LaMarque NYC, makeup by Quinn Murphy (perfectly bronzed), and hair by Bryce Scarlett, flowing waves!

1415229380_cassadee-pope-560   Cassadee Pope

There was something about Cassadee’s look I just couldn’t shake. I love it! It’s a great red carpet look, simplistically minimal black top paired perfectly with full shimmery metallic silver floor length skirt. It appears to be separates, but is indeed a lovely dress by Aidan Mattox. Cassadee said her statement-making Stella & Dot necklace was the perfect piece to tie her whole look together, and I agree! It’s the right bit of embellishment to dress up the top, provide a little extra sparkle!


Maddie Marlow & Tae Dye

Romona Keveza was not the only designer pulling double duty on this red carpet. Actually, in this case, it’s more like triple duty. Kayne Gillaspie & Joshua McKinley of Johnathan Kayne created these wonderful pieces for Maddie Marlow & Tae Dye. Marlow looked retro glam in this belted navy blue number with a sweeping train. Dye went a little softer with a long-sleeved lace column dress. Though not coordinating, both still looked great!


Lennon Stella & Maisy Stella

While Lennon chose a black Free People mini, her little sister chose a LBD with a statement collar and a ruffled pink hem, actually made by her mom, Marylynne Stella.


Hunter Hayes

And what best dressed list would be complete without a solo number from a handsome young gentleman. Great modern twist with this dark navy blue tuxe, sans tie!

Get to Know Creeds Collective, a Holiday Pop-Up Shop


If you are familiar with NYC, retail spaces, various fashion brands, then I’m sure you know what a pop-up shop is! They are amazing gems you can find throughout different times of the year, such as summertime or the holidays. Well I have a brand new pop-up to inform all of my Fashion Nexus readers about, Creeds Collective. Creeds Collective just opened on Nov. 1st and is in Soho for 2 months, perfect timing with the holidays right around the corner! The basics —

  • The location, 54 Crosby St., between Broome & Spring Streets
  • Hours of operation, 7 days a week, 11 am – 7 pm

Creeds Collective is all about socially conscious fashion, beauty, lifestyle, art, and decor. This concept is represented from the brands carried to the set-up of the space. It is the love child of Creeds of Love and Concept Collective, which have now partnered to bring to the millions of NYC residents & tourists this socially responsible, interactive holiday pop-up shop!

Creeds Collective is an all encompassing experience that stimulates every sense, educates to break barriers in commerce and society, while spotlighting innovation and great design.”


There are 3 levels of retail & event space that make-up Creeds Collective, a great opportunity for all of the featured brands & activations to be able to access. Beyond clothing, accessories and beauty baubles, the seasonal retailer will further house a THANN beauty bar, a Primp and Polish nail art bar, #hashtag photobooth, “new-tech” station, art exhibitions, and a speak easy menswear lounge entitled “Grotto de Homme” “We want to bring “on the verge” designers to a highly trafficked retail district and space, executing events that both showcase their products, and connect them with their consumers on a whole new level,” explains Halphen, pop-up Founder.


Dedicated to locating and showcasing emerging excellence in fashion, beauty, lifestyle and wellness, the grand gift shop serves another “Special” purpose. “All Creeds Collective brands are selected not only for their superior talent,” explains co-founder and Conscious Consumerism expert, Phillips, “but for their social impact and motivation to shift the industry paradigm” she explains. Moreover, 10% of all net sales made over the entirety of the boutique’s presence, will be donated to charity. Collective will carry 45+brands ranging from fashion to footwear with prices ranging from $20 to $2000. And without further adieu, here are some of the various categories and brands, with some exciting details for you all to check out!


1237461_orig  nOir Jewelry

LOVE THIS BRAND!! Can’t wait to see what exciting new pieces Creeds Collective has in store from nOir. Many of my own personal fave jewelry pieces I own are from this brand! The brand has also garnered a notable celebrity following over the years including that of Madonna, Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Kate Perry, Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez, Sarah Jessica Parker and Gwen Stefani. Here are some of my own pieces! MY RINGS!! —



Glass Handbags    1414089978

Love that light technology has finally advanced to the point that a lightweight, non-breakable, no-heat illumination system could be integrated into fabric and now you have GLASS Handbags committed to style and quality, as well as form and function. Love my own clutch from GLASS and can’t wait to gain another to add to my collection!

8497763  H. Williams

The unique styling of H Williams Shoes has been inspired by the architecture of designer Heather Williams’ two home cities: New York and Milan.

Dharma Eyewear     1466567_orig

Dharma creates high quality sunglasses and eyewear, inspired by classic vintage silhouettes. Every item is $99.00 and gives 5% back to Optometry Giving Sight, which helps underprivileged individuals globally to gain access to eye care and exams.

7979287_orig  Eva Shaw Designs

Eva Shaw Designs is a Mother/Daughter design duo, part gemologist, part art historian. Drawing inspiration from gemstones, fine art, the tradition of adornment and eclectic cultural interests, their multifaceted and exclusive jewelry collections are handmade in New York City.

Silk by Byrony     2431608_orig

Silk is a Luxury brand that takes original photography by Fine Art Photographer Bryony Shearmur and creates beautiful silk scarves. Each collection consists of 6 new images from a new series. Shot on film, the negatives are scanned and printed digitally using state-of-the art technology. Each scarf is 54 inches square, available in two weights of silk, hand finished and signed by the artist. Every Silk Scarf is to be something that lasts from this generation to the next. A timeless piece that will be treasured.

Coye Nokes    6680532_orig

The Coye Nokes collection is hand made with only the finest leathers to uphold their high standards of quality, fit and comfort. The brand boasts a signature style that resonates with fashionable women around the globe. They are known for their classic silhouettes, stunning details and unique material combinations. Years of searching for the perfect balance of style and function have yielded their wide range of colors, materials, and heel heights perfect to move from the boardroom to a cocktail party.


3248789_orig   Nicolino

Conceived from the aspiration of accessible, laidback luxury, NICOLINO brings a refined aesthetic to the world of contemporary womenswear. Crafted from globally sourced luxurious silk blends, supple, distressed leathers, novelty wools, and signature designed abstract prints, NICOLINO’s clean lines, functional details, and leather/mixed metal finishings manifest as a style that stands out with subtlety and simplicity. NICOLINO designs reflect a mash-up of classic sophistication, vintage soul, and youthful, urban edge, together achieving an inimitable balance of trend and tradition that is grounded in both elegance and timelessness.

Snowman NYC   480691_orig

SNOWMAN represents New Yorkers’ character by prioritizing fashion, warmth and comfort, creating high quality down outerwear tailor-made for sophisticated city life.

8082317_orig   d.brand

d.brand started out as a denim brand that was introduced as an alternative to overpriced designer jeans. At the core of d.brand’s philosophy are exclusivity, denim and affordability.

Victoria Road     2102305_orig

A luxury boutique with an eye for style and sustainability, Victoria Road works with socially conscious designers in emerging markets to bring you one-of-a-kind finds.

7879349_orig   Kriss Soonik

Since the first collection launch in 2009, Kriss Soonik has stayed true to her signature way of mixing fashion-forward lingerie with luxe loungewear. It´s about exploring your individuality and pushing boundaries. It’s not cute and sweet, it’s sexy, powerful and a bit cheeky!


House of Horology   9183630_orig

Breaking traditional watchmaking down to its elements, distilled the essence of both luxury and fashion design philosophy, and engineered a brand new watch from the ground up. As a result, HOH watches are beautiful and functional – they have luxurious components, a cutting-edge design, and a down-to-earth price.

2159686_orig   Soxiety

SOXIETY is proud to be the world’s premier source of high-quality, Italian-made socks. Established by—and created for—discerning dressers around the world, we at SOXIETY are committed to taking socks seriously.

Cuff by Grandino   7277541_orig

The Cuff is a simple, tangible product that brings added fashion versatility to your existing button up shirts. It is an attachable shirt cuff that covers the existing cuff on button up shirts. The Cuff attaches with just the shirt’s existing cuff button.


THANN   8070251 

THANN is a range of natural hair and skincare products formulated from botanicals derived by combining the art of natural therapy with the modern dermatological science.

4161547_orig    Primp & Polish

Specializing in decadent nail art, and with three locations nestled in the heart of Williamsburg & one in Greenpoint, Primp &Polish is quite simply reinventing the salon experience. Their focus on client satisfaction, along with wall to wall arrays of polishand tastefully designed space (also available for event hosting) transcend the norm. From classic mani/pedis to traffic-shopping custom nail art, these ladies consistenly provide a most excellent experience, whether it’s in-store or on the go through their discrete and efficient mobile service program.


The Tepot    5869261_orig

A range of fine quality aromatic tea carefully picked from renown plantations with superior craftsmanship to serve urban tea lovers.

1873500_orig   Feya Candles

Inspired by the love of family and the love of food – Feya Candles will buy a full meal for a child in need with every candle purchased.  This lifestyle of giving back has the power to continue throughout the life of the company as well as change thousands of lives – including our own. At Feya – we have a philosophy that if we make our living out of helping others then we’ll always have work to do! In June of 2014 we go on our first giving trip to Montrouis, Haiti with our friends at Jacob’s Well.  Click HERE to learn more about who we’re going with and what we’ll be doing!

The awesomely talented team behind this boldly innovative pop-up are as follows —


Partners of Creeds Collective


For the visionaries, the creatives, the lovers, the
peaceful fighters, the evangelists, the diligent, the no break takers,
the no nay sayers, the soft hearted and strong willed.
Those not after gold, but pursuing the golden opportunity to change a life,
change a mind, shape a situation, forge a bridge. Because it is true in deed that
a small group of citizens can in fact change the world, shift the paradigm,
alter an industry, shake up a community by creating a cause that delves
deeper than just living life day to day, hustle to hustle, tit for tat.
We say this for that!
Give us ideas, give us innovation, give us purpose, give
us connections, give us one another. For how we think in our
hearts so are we. We love without boundaries, give without
expectation, care beyond reason, create without measure.
We may wander, but we are not lost.
We aren’t elitists, we are a community.
Never for the sake of fortune or fame, but joined together to
produce legacies of love, advantages breed for those less fortunate.
Lives lived with humble hearts, motive and intention.
Similar mentalities produce real life actualities.
Our streets… our streets are paved in love.
Failure is nonexistent because trying is achievement.
So here… in this place we stand,
we vow to help one another
validate virtue and advocate change.



Goodbye PR Season 13 & Hello PRAS Season 4!

So this week, with the whole Project Runway franchise arena, we are bidding farewell to PR season 13, all the ups and downs. But no worries since it’s also time to welcome back PR All-Stars, season 4! Before season 4 officially kicked off there was a special reunion episode with the outgoing PR season. I could really do an entire post on that alone! Drama was re-visited. Disputes were settled. Indeed, a great deal was in store as the designers sat back down with each other. We did learn that Amanda received a $5000 cash prize for using the Aldo accessory wall the best during the season. I remember often giving her an Aldo shout-out on my recaps so congrats to her! But all in all with the reunion, it was great to watch and see how everyone was doing. Very happy to know Korina is going to be having some pieces at Lord & Taylor — that’s AWESOME!! But moving on now to PRAS, I’m excited to blog about this upcoming season and it looks like we will be in for some drama, spectacular creations, and much more! I’m excited & can’t wait!!


The episode kicked off as all of the designers came together at Grand Central Terminal in NYC. From season 12 we had Justin LeBlanc, Alexandria von Bromssen, and Helen Castillo. Some tensions were revisited between Helen & Alexandria. Will there be more of that this season?!? Only time will tell, but of course more designers were ready to make their entrances. Kate Pankoke was on both season 12 & 11. So she was reunited with the group above, but also with fellow castmates from season 11, what I dub as “the dreaded groups season”, which included for this all-star cast, Benjamin Mach, Patricia Michaels, and Samantha Black. We also saw quite a few designers from Season 10, Fabio Costa, Gunnar Deatherage, and Sonjia Williams. Oh, and then one designer, having to go a bit further back seasons-wise, we have Chris March.

The Grand Central Station

Returning host & judge Alyssa Milano was there to greet everyone with a few surprises. One being that she was expecting, which fits perfectly with PR & PRAS’s theme of “expect the unexpected”!


But another huge surprise was that these designers would also be working with 2 previous winners, Dmitry Sholokhov and Michelle Lesniak. So note, if the competition was not already tight, they would now have to all step up their game even more! This goes for the winning designers too as they have titles to defend. The designers also were reminded to always be on their game as there would be no immunity, yikes! There would however be some prizes along the way. Gotham West would be the designer’s new home.


The challenge this week was all about NYC, to create a collection inspired by the uptown or the downtown scene. The collection aspect of course meant group challenge. And with an equal number of men and women, what would make better sense than to pit the girls against the guys. The designers had to think collection, think cohesion, but ultimately, each would be responsible for their own look. Being in Grand Central, a subway token decided the fate of the teams. Dmitry called gold-side on the flip, he got it, and the guys chose downtown, leaving the women with the uptown girl. There would be a losing team and a winning one. From the losing team, a designer would go home, and from the winning side we would of course have a winner. Each team would have a $1500 budget and it was up to the groups on how to split it. And no surprise, there would only be 1 day to accomplish this all!

subway token

The groups were off to their locations with an hour to chat and find inspiration. The women went uptown and were thinking of a classy girl, but with some edge. They were creating for a socialite party girl. Hanging around The Plaza Hotel provided a great deal of inspiration with colors and the vibe. The men went downtown and were thinking of a raw, edgy girl. It was surprising to see from the guys’ team the first bit of tension as some of the men were worried about Ben’s outfit looking more uptown than downtown. Everyone was then off to Mood with 30 minutes to shop. I would have loved to see more on the decisions of how the budget was divided up — was it equal? Oh well, back to the workroom we go!


The workroom was dope — decked out with the QVC accessory wall, Brother sewing room, relaxing lounge, and kitchen area. It was nice to take in some luxe workroom aspects, but it is still a workroom so quick to work went the designers. As the guys were unpacking, Fabio learned his fabric was missing. There was no clue as to what exactly happened, but a plan was put in place and everyone handled the situation professionally. As the men were starting to gel, the women then seemed to show some tensions. Just as the guys were worried about Ben, Alexandria was concerned Kate’s look didn’t fit with their collection. Some of the ladies were concerned about Patricia and her working process, as we saw many times during Patricia’s first PR stint. Next up, Zanna-time!


I thought her comments were spot on. She reminded a few to keep their theme of uptown or downtown in mind. She too reiterated some of the guys’ concern with Benjamin’s piece and from that, he knew some changes were needed. Also with a couple of the guys, Zanna wanted to make sure the looks were not too short! Zanna reminded the designers of how important styling was. She introduced to them that Chi Hair Care and Mary Kay cosmetics teams would be on board for this season to help with all of their styling needs!


As the first day came to end, many thought it was over way too soon, another no surprise moment for the episode! The morning of continued with a little more last minute craziness. The designers were off to receive their styling help. The ladies went for the same beauty look, thinking of spring, so going fresh and sunny, with a citrus lip from Mary Kay. The guys gave us the inside scoop on their hair look regime, wanting a stylized look, but something that looked as if the girl did it themselves, all courtesy of Chi hair care. It was soon time for the runway where Alyssa introduced to the designers what would be in the store for the winner. It is a truly phenomenal prize package consisting of

  • the chance to create their own capsule collection with QVC and appear during QVC’s Spring Fashion Week programming;
  • a fashion spread in Marie Claire and a position at the magazine as Contributing Editor for one year;
  • CHI Haircare will send the winner to stay in a luxury spa resort as a special guest at their International conference in Cancun, Mexico, plus product and staff for entire year of runway shows;
  • from Mary Kay, an entire year’s worth of beauty products for their fashion shows and professional makeup artist services for their debut show;
  • a cash prize of $150,000 and
  • a complete custom sewing & crafting studio to launch the designer’s winning line from Brother Sewing and Embroidery.

The designers were also introduced to returning judges, talented designers Isaac Mizrahi & Georgina Chapman of Marchesa. This week’s guest judge was Ivanka Trump, successful businesswoman, and too a designer, with her own apparel and accessories brand. After the runway, it was announced that Ivanka would don the winning look.


As far as which team won this week, I really thought it could go either way. Both teams had some hits and misses. I thought the ladies had a more cohesive collection, but the men had more innovative designs. I did like a few more of the women’s looks though, more my style. Both teams had looks with execution issues though so a few will have to step it up or they will be out sooner rather than later! Let’s start with the winning team, drumroll please, THE GUYS!

pras4-ep1-episode20The judges were right with their top 3 choices, Fabio, Chris, and Benjamin. Fabio was the ultimate winner, but I think Benjamin had the winning piece.


I think from where Benjamin was originally at, no asymmetry, the more ladylike neckline, this was a drastic turnaround and he really made it work. I think it was the piece that maybe didn’t fit quite so well in the guys’ collection, but as a standalone, it was a knockout. Most of the guys thought downtown, and went literal, lower east-side or east village. Benjamin rightfully remembered in downtown there is also Soho, Tribeca, FiDi. Great back, wonderful movement, a great piece from Benjamin indeed! Also, love the black bracelet, great choice from the QVC accessory wall!


The judges however selected Fabio as the winner. He also had a stunning look from the back! And don’t get me wrong, I was very much impressed with this jumpsuit. This was far better than anything I remember from Fabio during his season of PR. But for this look, I could have done without the cinched waist and dangling piece on the front. And to also mention for the guys, shoutout for the distressed, yet chic look with the hair, courtesy of Chi hair care. But I think both teams got it wrong with beauty/make-up looks this week. So for the guys, the eyes just had way too much make-up on them. It looked more like morning after eyes than the original “going out” look.


I also loved Chris’s work this week so I was happy to see him land in the top 3. I want this skirt! I loved the layers, the safety pin detail, the leather, just everything about it, I’m a fan. I can’t say this leather top was deserving of such a rave, but he still very much deserved his top 3 placement. He also gets a QVC shout-out for perfectly pairing his look with these knee-high black boots. So funny, I really wanted a pair of these myself this week for my Halloween costume!


So with the ladies dubbed as the losing team, we had a bottom 3 consisting of Kate, Michelle, and Patricia.


But because the ladies as a whole were on the bottom, no standout looks from their team received any praise. No worries! I can take care of that. First, for Helen, I mean WOW! She could have won with this look. The fit, the execution, such clean lines, it was all spot on perfection. Breathtaking!


I can almost guarantee this was a split-type look when it came to the judges’ scoring. Some will love it. Others won’t. That point of debate is likely over this iridescent fabric. Personally, I’m a fan. I love the pairing with this faded green. I think the back was cut beautifully. Also, shoutout for the QVC heels!


And a surprise for me, I really loved Alexandria’s top this week. I wasn’t a fan during her season, but this top was spectacular. I don’t think its pairing with this ivory floor-length skirt works with the collection’s vibe of an uptown girl, but shout-out nonetheless is owed for this top. My thought is if the women had landed on top, this would be the top 3, likely Helen winning! I will also mention now the styling choices for the ladies’ team. Just as with the guys, shout-out for the hair, very chic up-do by Chi hair care. But the beauty look, not right for the uptown girl at all. The citrus lip, bad choice. I would have gone with a nude lip or light pink, but I guess the ladies were trying to insert a bright pop of color. Something just looked off with this color choice though.


But alas, the girls were the bottom group this week so let’s discuss the bottom 3. Michelle was a surprise with ending up in the bottom. She won her season. And all episode all we heard was how much she didn’t like Kate’s look, yet her look was just so luxe, with high priced suede. And for her girl, she just had so much money to spend. The problem, this wouldn’t be a dress a girl would want to spend her loads of money on. Ivanka was a fan, but I agree with the other judges. This fabric didn’t look so high quality and expensive.


This left Kate & Patricia in the bottom 2. I was also surprised Kate landed in the bottom. I’m a fan of Kate and her work. I’ve followed her success since her time on PR. She creates such beautiful bridal gowns. But this look did have a bit too much going on. The slit in the back, the overworked bust, etc. I know she can bounce back though so I think it was the right decision she stayed this week. Shout-out for the QVC metallic silver heels!


Patricia was unfortunately the first to go. She had many issues going on. If you look back at any of her previous work, you would have no clue as to how this look below would fit in that aesthetic. It didn’t read Patricia at all. During the episode, all we saw Patricia working on was some leather detailed work, which was nowhere to be seen on this piece. All she had was a plain boring ivory A-line dress trimmed in black. This bottom 2 represents what many PR bottom twos consist of, a look of too much and one of too little. The look of “too little” generally goes home and that, in a nutshell, is why Patricia was out.


Very much can’t wait to see how this season plays out!!