Part 2 of 2 - Never Trust A Big Butt And Smile
Paige, honey, have you been rifling through Emily’s closet from last season? Fringed out tanks that don’t fit are so Pre-Mona. Normally, Paige’s style gets a pass because she’s not afraid to mix feminine and masculine pieces. But I seriously just can’t let fringe anything happen.
See, this is what I’m talking about. The knitted cap is pushing the outfit back into 2004 territory, but otherwise it’s screaming personality fierceness. And those boots? High kicks, girl. High. Kicks.
“Wow, you don’t see that often - a sassy barista wearing a scarf out of season and indoors” - said no one. Ever.
Toby, talk to me when you trade that linen nightmare for chambray. And call me when you take your shirt off.
Ashley Marin, you’re seriously the coolest mom on television. Girl is always looking ferocious in a satin top, has impeccable red hair, gets that her teenage daughter is all bajiggity over some (hot as hell) dude, and she still runs a bank. Own it, sister.
Even when she goes casual, she brings it hard. Even Ted’s noticed. Hey Ted, eyes up here. There’s no cookies down there for you. Not until you change that shirt.
Especially when you consider Ashley was tapping this bro to keep her daughter out of jail. AmazeballsUSA. You know, for a television cop, he's not doing a bad job here. The suit isn't navy, his tie pairs well with the shirt and doesn't have an obnoxious pattern. If I didn't know any better, I'd say this man has seen the inside of a J.Crew.
Oh, hey Nate. If you’re going to stick around, that shirt’s going to have to come off.
I’m a little sad my man crush Lucas looks like he should be cast in an episode of “Breaking Bad”. Remember that flashback scene when he was wearing short shorts by the lake? No, me either...
She’s back on the block and ready to rock. Give Jenna some bright colours, murderous heels and a beach bag, and she’ll show you how to work a school hallway. We’ve said it before, but I’m saying it again - she’s a total Betty.
So, Jenna’s throwing a crazy “Alice In Wonderland” themed birthday and decided to hire a professional photographer. Naturally, all creative types are quirky people with a tendency to be over-the-top and slightly androgynous. Laurel is Rosewood’s answer to “What would Annie Hall have grown to be if she were a real person?”
Seriously, this broad is a top shelf lady. I could vomit over the birthday theme, but she’s pretty so whatever works. But this is a great example of how Aria wore it better (so to speak). Jenna’s trying to nail this pink dress, but the pockets are too visible and I don’t think having her bow tie in the front is kosher.
FB profile pic! Head out, pop that hip and drop that shoulder, honey. Dive, turn, work. Oh P.S., are you A and did you poison Emily’s flask? Because the girls are totally freaking out right now.