She needs to keep Loretta Lynn's name out of her whore mouth.Yep, the dress is just as bad as you'd expect. Even in her maximally-flattering edited versions, it looks like the outcome of a child's party game involving toilet paper:
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I was really confused when she said she doesn’t even know how to use a sewing machine. Because hand sewing a dress takes forever and it super difficult - need tons of practice. So she didn’t make a dress, she just bought a dress and sloppily tacked on a bunch of tulle.View attachment 950158View attachment 950153
In fact, she did not even make her own dress, because she does not know how to sew. Beginning with a "cheap old dress" - as seen on the dress form - she claims to have added extra tulle to make a cummerbund thing, some sort of cape/train, and floor-length underskirts.
Obviously she does not have enough tulle for this project. At best, this is going to look like a skimpy, wilted fail from a $10 WISH PROM DRESSES TRY ON HAUL ONLINE SHOPPING DISASTER???
I'm on tenterhooks.
Exactly.She needs to keep Loretta Lynn's name out of her whore mouth.
I don't think the "king prawn" style flowing dresses flatter a woman's figure (kinda looks like a cocktail shrimp) but if you're going to wear one at least have a figure like this woman that attended:I think her date is one of her hag fags from the Toolbox.
If you search #nycbgala on Insta, you'll see women dressed in exquisite and expertly fitted gowns who took a minute to do their hair. Then you'll see a drunk who got a hold of a glue gun and plastic netting. It's way worse worse than I imagined it would be, and it's the dress she deserves.
She seems to believe she can pull off the “beautiful mess” look, but no one can pull off that look after 25, not even Edie Sedgwick. After 25 it’s just the “sloppy, fat drunken hag” look, but that is super easy to pull off.
Well, she needed the prop for her IG photo shoot. What's the point of doing literally anything if you can't post it online and get attention?Also LOL at her owning a seamstress dress form but doesn’t know how to use a sewing machine. (It’s not actually hard to operate a sewing machine, but sewing well is another matter)
Her apartment looks like a cheap real estate staging company decorated it. Impersonal, generic and blank is definitely the style she’s achievedWell, she needed the prop for her IG photo shoot. What's the point of doing literally anything if you can't post it online and get attention?
That's what always sticks out to me most about her apartment. Nothing seems personal or thoughtful about her horrible decor. It's all just shit she bought because she saw other (richer) people with it on IG, or because it was the right shade of boring to compliment her other junk for her 'candid' photos.
She could look good, even at her current weight. She’s got some good features and thick hair. The problem is she never learned to dress like an adult, but is stuck in 1990’s hipster shit she liked in high school. This would probably be okay if she was back in Texas, but she’s trying to appear at NYC fundraising events. She looks like a rube trying way too hard to be an interesting big city eccentric. She’s imitating styles much younger and thinner women did fifteen years ago.Oh my gosh, no. That isn't a good look. A lovely, icy pale pink can look good on someone with dark hair and pale skin, but that pink is just a shade off from flesh tones. I'm reminded of Eva Ibbotson's description of an awkward bridesmaid in a pink dress: "A prematurely dished-up and rather nervous ham."
As much as KF likes to pick over cows' appearances, Alice is far from the worst-looking person on this site. If she took the time to choose colors and cuts that fitted her, and did her hair for these events, I think she could look much better. But tacking a random tulle skirt underneath existing tulle layers, and then adding puffs and froths of tulle to her arms and some random long-ass tulle hanging off the back ... Absolutely not. And the preexisting ruffles only serve to widen the midsection, pink sash be damned.
That looks like a pretty nice dress form, though. I do have dress form envy.