Deep end, meet True Blood. True Blood, this is the deep end. As in, the one that y'all done gone off of. Sookie's trying to get rid of her magicalness while Eric, Bill and the Authority gang spin out of control with this whole Lillith thing. Well, except for Eric, who is the calm, clarity-filled one. I told you things were getting weird. Arlene enlists Lafayette's help to call upon the woman who cursed Terry, and guess what? Terry has to kill Patrick or vice-versa! Then there's Hoyt who is just plain old lost. Does he love Jessica? Does he not? Is he going to become a supernatural killer? Or not? Make up your mind!
This was the same dress/jacket combo Sookie wore last episode, but I wanted to point out her boots (that you can't really see...sorry). I love that she toughened up a girly ensemble with some edgy kicks.
Same jacket, different dress (this one is by Anthropologie). While we're still awaiting the return of full-blown florals on every outfit, sweet dresses like this one will have to do. At this point, I'll take pretty much anything over her Merlotte t-shirt and cutoffs.
Sookie's best friend has not only transformed into a vampire but her entire wardrobe has transformed--into high-class stripper garb. This week, Tara trades in a zipper collar for what looks like an unbearably tight corset. Maybe that's why Tara is angry all the time...because she is always in the most uncomfortable workwear.
Vampires really do have more fun. Look at this sexy outfit Jessica gets to wear to find some lovin' at Fangtasia. Massive amounts of eye makeup complement the tousled, wavy hair. But my favorite part of the outfit--the fingerless gloves. How...vogue.
Sidenote: I WANT her hair.
Tara's better half also usually looks semi-uncomfortable in her clothing choices; however, Pam tries out a new hairstyle this week. Last week was 80s pop-star. This week, wannabe geisha. Surprising result--I think I prefer Pam's crimped look to this pile of hair.
This has got be the most covered, most normal, most minimalist we have seen Arlene. Her fire engine red hair isn't so fire-enginey, Her clothes are not super-tight nor horribly mismatched. And is that a rhinestone applique on her chest? I think it is! How mom-like.
This fairy gets my vote for best dressed of the week. Slightly flapper inspired with a dose of 2012 in the leather shorts, this fairy needs to help Sookie every week so we can see what other fabulous era-combinations she comes up with.
Present Bill is so boring. No colors, no leather, no print, no nothing.
But early 1900s Bill...
Salome continues her fashion reign of supremacy with this emerald green gown. She is always so put together but also relaxed in her luxurious outfit choices.
Like really? Who can wear a deep-v, sheer long-sleeve, black dress and look good? Apparently Salome can, which also means she can stand at the head of the table.
Nora is slowly but surely coming up to Salome's standards in the wardrobe department. Maybe this dress was one of Salome's castoffs that wasn't quite right? It's not quite right for Nora either but at least she is not chanting craziness in a UV punishment cell anymore.
This Authority member had an absolutely terrible skirt-suit last week but she steps up this week (must be the after-effects of all that wild partying). Loving the teal and heather gray color combo.
And I leave you with little piece of creepiness. I will pray for the day that Steve Newlin buys a new sweater. He shouldn't have to borrow his human father's sweaters anymore, right?!