We are going blonde on diva-fierce! No hair dye required ;) - just a roundup of fabulous style from blonde after blonde. We did manage to sneak in a brunette and a redhead too :)
Noelle ...edit: woops I already covered this look a couple posts back. Guess this is what happens when I'm exhausted and don't clean up files.:p I said almost the same thing last time too...at least I'm consistent :) #GraspingAtStraws
Speaking of Charlotte, she debuted a new color variant of her gear: steel gray with orange piping. While I think the blue-tinged shades suit her particularly well, I really enjoy this unusual combination of shades. Orange is fairly rare in the land of diva color choices and pairing it with cool steel gray - which really sets off the vibrancy of the orange trim - is still more unique. I nearly always dole out props for the unexpected, and Char definitely earns herself some here!
Lana showed off her casual side as she wore this olive green t-shirt dress to a pre-Clash Of Champions signing event for the new WWE Encyclopedia. She gave this look a slightly boho vibe by doing her hair in a pair of side braids. An oh-so-trendy choker completed the look nicely. I can easily imagine black or caramel ankle booties being the footwear of choice for this look.
Alexa caught my eye with this super cute outfit - a graphic tee (reading "Dear Karma, I have a list of people you missed") paired with a scallop-hemmed A-line skirt. She topped the whole thing with a cropped leather jacket. I'm ttly on board for her addition of a wide waist belt for a hint of metallic flash; it brings in just the pop that the outfit needed. Black tights and mid-calf leather boots rounded off the ensemble. She reinforced the sugar-coated punk vibe with a high ponytail - a look I love!
So, burgundy OTKs are definitely a thing! We saw them on Mandy, we've seen them on several prominent fashion bloggers and now, we're seeing them on Maryse, which seals the deal. When Maryse signs on, it's officially a trend. She let hers be the statement portion of a classic LBD. A cropped black military jacket added a touch of warmth...and fierceness! The simplicity - with a dash of attitude- of this look is very appealing. I would absolutely wear this outfit! Naturally, she also needed a pair of shades - the better to dodge the paparazzi, my dear! ;)
Lana also gave us a second olive dress - this one in a slightly lighter version of the hue, and with a very different feel! Forget casual - Lana brought the sexy hard with this look! The bodycon silhouette is accented by a plunging v-neck, held together by a smattering of horizontal straps. She echoed that strappy-ness (did I just birth a word? ;)) with her wrap sandals - a wonderful way to complete this look. She left her hair long and loose, keeping the whole premise about confident sensuality. Date night, anyone?
Some of Bayley's gear can get eye-boggingly (ok, I definitely just birthed a word there!) confusing, but this set really comes together well. The main colors are white with black, which serve as a backdrop, grounding and unifying the whole ensemble. The other symbols, polka dot print, lace-up detailing and piping all act as accents, so there are just touches of other patterns and colors. The choice of primary shades (red, yellow and blue) serves her well; they provide contrast and intensity while still playing nicely together. This has got to be one of my favorite gears from Bayley - it maintains her exuberant persona, while also being aesthetically cohesive. Brava.
Sasha has some new colors to fly also - her newest iteration of her gear is done in plum and wine tones on a silver background. As with Charlotte's color combination, the mix of cool tones with more intense shades works fabulously. The marbled grays bring brightness to the dark lusciousness of the jewel tones. Of course, a sprinkling of crystals never hurts a look either ;). Her black jacket with its red and white stripes and zig-zag trim reaches for reinforcing the Boss theme. It gets a lot right - the bold colors, the trendy striping, the handful of studs - but with all that, plus the variety of trim types, and multi-directional seaming, the whole look gets quite complex. It loses a bit of impact because there's a quantity of visual details to process in a short time. I would love to see her edit a few aspects of this piece - maybe remove one kind of trim and some of the studs. There are times when less really is more and this looks like one of them.
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