OK, I just got off the phone with Zoe and after our little Heart-to-Hart, I'm just going to focus on the other charcaters now...
Here we have Dr. Brick, looking his Sunday Southern best. I'm liking his blue dress shirt, but he needs another color to offset the khaki overload. Something up the alley of J. Peterman maybe?
And here we have the non-Zoe gang, just hanging out. More on Lemon and Magnolia in a second - let's look at George's outfit. Is his band about to open for The Black Keys? Is he moonlighting as a bouncer at a seedy crossroads bar? Or is be the new model/spokeperson for the V-neck top?
Love the color flow on Lemon here - we go from a lovely cream top, to a yellow skirt, and finally ending at a gold purse worthy of Serena van der Woodsen.
"Hello, is this Matt from YKYLF? I just want to say thanks for trashing Zoe in your previous post!"
"This is Matt, but I wasn't that harsh on her. In fact, I usually like her black and white outfits."
"Oh... I see..."
Even more akward pause.
If Lemon and Magnolia were having an outfit-off, then poor Magnolia stands no chance. It's not that she looks bad or anything, she just looks so... safe. Having the same problems as the beforementioned Annabeth, Magnolia needs to try and step it up a notch.
That being said, upon closer look - Magnolia does indeed look very cute here. I think I would just like her more if she lost the pink coat or tried something less conservative (while remaining, of course, Southern and classy.) PS: props to Magnolia on the subtle yet stylish necklace.
Speaking of subtle, on the deepest of opposite days, we have Shelly in her... whatever the heck outfit this is supposed to be. It's patriotic, I'll give her that, but it also looks like she's wearing a picnic table cloth for a skirt, and I'm not talking about her apron.
And...are those studs on her shirt? I imagine that accidentally running into her would really hurt.
But wait, here to save the good people of Bluebell from spiky servers (and harsh recappers) is...
Lavon! In strides our reliable mayor, in his typical save-the-day fashion. Like Superman's red cape, the flash of fashionable fedora means that help is on the way. Sigh. You guys? The streets of Bluebell are safe again.