• Thu, Jan 10 2013

Guess What Taylor Swift Is Hiding Under Her People’s Choice Awards Dress

39th Annual People's Choice Awards - Arrivals

The People’s Chocie Awards were last night after many long months of people choosing. Sam already provided the necessary red carpet coverage but editors Jennifer Wright and Ashley Cardiff would like to focus on the most “talked about” dress of the evening: the snow white Ralph Lauren ”revenge dress” as worn by Taylor Swift. We have so many feelings!

Jennifer: Taylor Swift sure is wearing a pretty dress. It’s like what you might wear to a wedding, but with more sideboob.

Ashley:  Does that qualify as sideboob? I thought that was just cleavage? I think sideboob has to be outer ribcage territory.

Jennifer:  Oh. I don’t know what sideboob is, exactly. What I’m saying is, two thumbs up.

Ashley:  LAME

Jennifer:  Also, it’s weird to see someone as obviously relationship-oriented as Taylor Swift in what looks like a wedding dress, but I am not bothered by that.

Ashley: Well, obviously I hate it. Bah humbug!

Jennifer: Why do you hate it?

Ashley:  Oh come on, this is everything I don’t like about red carpet styling in one place. Turquoise statement jewelry, a “romantic” soft waving updo, a plunging neckline, the most boring white dress I have ever seen in one place, open toed shoes presumed to be Christian Louboutins, an “updated” smoky eye.

Jennifer:  I’m not obsessed with the low cut, but it’s clearly a beautifully made dress that does not overpower her. I mean, I hate turquoise jewelry, too, but that’s because I’m not the kind of woman who wants to “find myself” through the art of belly dance.

Ashley:  You should take up basket weaving.

Jennifer:  Or gyrotechnics, like Elizabeth Wurtzel!

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  • sherry_b

    i would like to pick up on the way you said it is the most boring white dress you have ever seen “in one place” because it confuses me. have the others been in many places at the same time? in..pieces? how could you tell they were boring, then? please explain.