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by leeuanna leeuanna leeuanna (2017-08-25)


DWTS long gown dress Season 14: Week 9 Costume Critique Maria had 1940's hair, but I recall seeing Lucille Ball with a similar ‘do. The 1950's/early 1960's white charmeuse skirt was over a white organza apple-peel petticoat. The top was just really weird. It seemed to be a ‘high fashion' jacket with a belted peplum. But there was no back to the jacket, except a peplum. Why would you have a jacket with no back, but with a peplum? It seems to defy logic. I really liked Maria and Derek together, so I was really disappointed that they were the lowest vote getters, and will not be back next week. But I would have been disappointed with any of the other contestants having to leave, as well! Bring on the Finals – I'm ready!

Semi-Finals Week on Dancing swimwear manufacturer With the Stars! Four incredible couples this week, with everyone so good! For dancer/viewers who groan and complain about the quality of the dancing by the celebrities, year after year, well I hope you have been watching this year. If you haven't -it's your loss! Len remarked that the quality of dancing for the Semi-Finals has been better than any past season, and I believe him.There were perfect and near perfect costumes, with only a few disappointments, this week. But before I get started on my dance costume critique, of course, I need to comment on Brooke and her peek-a-boo gold gown! She flirted with risqué, with the nude-toned strips between the gunmetal horizontal stripes on her Monday night's gown. Tuesday night, her gold gown was ‘interesting' with so many block/sections of texturized fabric treatments (smooth, pleated, glitterized) that created lots surface interest, with the very basic silhouette. But I'm just not a fan of when she frames her boobs with cutouts.Two additions to the Results Show that I especially enjoyed, were The ‘Design a Dance' and ‘Rock of Ages' performances. The ‘Design a Dance' costumes, designed by a viewer were good and not so good. Chelsie's hot pink feathered and glittered Salsa costume was beautiful, complete with full straps. I loved it! Tristan's outfit was boring, with a basic black matte-finished shirt and pant with hot pink side stripes. Ho-hum.I just have to chat a bit about ‘Rock of Ages' with Julianne. I've been a huge fan of Derek's little sister and all of her movies, and I'm very much looking forward to this upcoming movie musical. Although I haven't yet had the opportunity to see ‘Rock of Ages' on Broadway (it HAS been on my short list for years) I've had the Broadway show CD, so if I didn't know all the words from the show from the 80's, I've since learned them. The dance presentation was fabulous, with really fun retro-80's costuming. LOVED it! Derek has got to be so proud!Out of the eight performances this week, I gave double TENS to William and Cheryl's Tango, Katherine and Mark's Quick Step, Donald and Peta's Waltz AND Samba (both costumes), and then Maria and Derek's Argentine Tango. These impeccable outfits included tailored and dapper guy's costumes along with extremely flattering and visually pleasing gal's costumes with elastic straps ONLY used in a utilitarian (‘gotta-hold the costume on and together') way rather than replacing what could have been a lovely decorative strap. The couples coordinated beautifully, and the guys all looked as good as the gals.As with the judges comments this week, there were only small things and a few obvious flaws that need to be pointed out with costume issues. The little nit-picky things that annoyed me or bored me with the costumes this week included Cheryl's Samba costume, although made out of one of my favorite orange and hot pink color combinations, there were little tufts of really long fringe that trimmed a nude-toned dress with lots of stones. It was a little too nude for me, and Cheryl's ‘wardrobe malfunction' was alarming. Of course William looked fabulous in white pants and hot pink, short-sleeved satin shirt, but it was nothing special (if seen on anyone but William).

Katherine and Mark danced costume manufacturer a Salsa with a Middle-Eastern belly-dancing theme. Katherine's bright green and gold fringed, midriff-baring costume was cute and attractive, except I didn't appreciate the nude mesh gauntlets that featured the ‘henna' style tattoos of a belly dancer. I also did NOT appreciate the weird outfit that Mark had on! For some reason, a large macramé gold belt was placed over a regular dark green blazer with a black shawl collar. That, and Mark's gold spats were just too weird for me – it was horrible, in my opinion. Don't ever copy this idea for yourself.I also didn't appreciate the odd outfit that Maria was wearing for her Jive performance. The costume was a themed, retro style that I think was channeling Lucy and Desi, with Derek in a late 50's/early 60's looking jacket and trousers.





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