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Subject: I have a real hard-on for clear cuts, clean lines, and sharp edges. Thats the kind of dramatic I like (on me) and this one does the job. Another ex: VZ 2005. I loved that dress. I copied it when I got engaged a few years later (Sorry didnt look for designer—shameful). Anyway, I did think at first that PR’s dress looked like she had a giant plaster on. I’ll need to see the sides and back.


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eloise
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Date Posted: 23:58:06 10/15/20 Thu
In reply to: MU_Critic 's message, "I think the gown is cool for the purposes of a photoshoot (especially at this distance). But I doubt it would have the same effect on stage for finals (especially during close-ups). The top section looks poorly constructed and the nude fabric, which looks more or less invisible here, is quite noticeable in other images from this photoshoot. But the concept of incorporating geometric design with draping fabric is a refreshing combo. Eloise, did you find out the designer? Send them a fruit basket post-haste!" on 19:27:18 10/15/20 Thu


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[> [> [> Subject: Ps I dont mind frou frou. Hell I adored Stefania’s ridic dress. I totally loved that she won bec that dress made me laugh. Tara McCormack is my limit though. I’ll forgive anything but that.


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eloise
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Date Posted: 00:01:01 10/16/20 Fri


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[> [> [> [> Subject: LOL @ Tara McCormick! Her two piece blouse-dress is Miss USA's version of Bjork's swan dress from the Oscars. A total WTF eyesore. Monica Spear's gown is an all-time fave -- like a modern day Cleopatra. I really love clean lines and sharp edges on gowns, too. I hope we see this trend more in pageantry because for the longest time we were inundated with those flowy skirts and now heavily beaded illusion gowns.


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Date Posted: 00:10:36 10/16/20 Fri

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