Here's Bert's dress. It's pretty simple in silhouette. A plunging, sleeveless dress that is cinched at the waist and extends to the knees. The fabric is this sort of black on white brocade. Again, he gave the lady what she wanted. It's really well made. But, you know this isn't going to go well. Bert thinks it's awesome and her husband lurves it.
Josh's dress is next and it is pretty simple, which scares him. It's a tulle skirt and sleeveless bodice, but there's some really lovely details with lace at the neck and on the back, which is cut low -- BUT NOT TOO LOW! Josh says that sometimes simplicity is beautiful and high-fashion at the same time. I wonder if Josh will ever visit that intersection ever again, even if it's just to grab some frozen yogurt or something.
Bryce's looks is up. It's a pink dress that's sleeveless and hits the knee. It's belted and has neat cut-outs on the back and pockets in the front. It doesn't fit perfectly and the belting sort of emphasizes that. He should have maybe considered letting it fall a little looser. Pockets would lend themselves to that sort of slouch, right? Her styling is adorable too.
Kimberly's girl is next. She's wearing a short black leather skirt and a red top that is tight on the waist and voluminous at the neck. This cute is super short and curvy and the skirt des her a lot of favors, but I almost feel like the top is swallowing her, though I'm totally digging the deep red color. Her dude is all "Sookie Sookie Now." Kimberly notes that she seems to enjoy wearing the garment and I agree.
Here we have Olivier's girl and, despite all of the doomsaying, it's not horrible. It's a one-shouldered top that is super-tailored and falls at an angle over the hips of some mildy harem-y pants. I understand that's maybe the least astute description of clothing that has ever happened, but that's what I see. I think the styling should maybe be different. Maybe a loose but, instead of the weird side do that's happening. And, she's carrying sunglasses. No. Olivier is not unhappy with it. He loves it. Oh now, she puts the sunglasses on at the end.