Mila's dress is next. What a yawner. It's a low-cut dress that ends at the knee. It's gunmetal grey with gold vertical striping. There's some geometrical graphic stuff on the hip. It's kind of loose, which perhaps is why it's so boring. Mila says that she's likes the dress but wishes it were better constructed.
Here's Anthony's dress. It's really pretty. It's a half black and half white wrap dress that is floor-length and draped in a sort of Grecian way. There's a black belt at the waist. The shoulder straps are fairly wide and frame the bosom like a dream. Also, it moves beautifully and there's a sexy yet restrained slit to the knee. The fabric meets in a diagonal along the back of the dress. Anthony is thrilled. He thinks his girl looks expensive and refreshing.
Seth Aaron's dress is next. It's a floor-length black dress with two overlapping straps on each shoulder. The bodice has a corset look to it, with it's body-hugging nature and pleating and details. The skirt of the dress is loose and flowing. There's a bustle effect in the back of the dress that makes the skirt glide. I think this is pretty. Seth Aaron likes it too.
Here's Jonathan's dress. It's a short halter dress with a bare back. Pale grey, black and coral fabric is used to make the dress. The front is kind of FUBAR. There's a ton of fabric and none of it moves. It looks like Brandise just has static cling and some fabric stuck to her body as she was walking through the hall. Jonathan is aware of the troubles with the front of the dress, but thinks he notices the judges appreciating the detail on the back. Oh, Jonathan, I'm so sorry that it had to go down like this.
Here's Emilio's dress. It's a fitted floor-length strapless gown. The color is a sort of gold/brown and it shimmers. There's a bow thing on one corner that looks like a strap but isn't. It fits like a glove. Therefore, it's beautiful. But, I'm kinda thinking, is that all there is? Emilio thinks it looks expensive.