WWE has done it again! They have foisted upon my fashion sensibilities yet another year of these truly reprehensible Christmas sweaters! And you all get to hear me cringe, writhe and moan yet again. I keep hoping that one of these years they'll make this seemingly obligatory photoshoot just head shots, but alas, this year is not the year. I consider it a dereliction of duty to not at least look at what I'm reviewing, so I did steel myself, do some deep breathing exercises and gaze...as briefly as possible. I admit that outside of the horror of the garments themselves, there are aspects to enjoy (yes, I'm an optimist :)). The ladies made creditable attempts at expressing happiness and playfulness - enough to make the fashion in these snaps worth enduring. Alexa is suitably seductive, Bayley engagingly effervescent, Naomi appreciably alluring. In addition, her glowing lime hair makes a wonderful and modern color combo, when paired with the more traditional crimson and kelly tones of her sweater.
Newcomer Charly throws a nice twist into the works by wearing a dress beneath her sweater, in a welcome attempt to incorporate soem true style. Brava, Charly! Nikki, too, makes an attempt to raise this gratuitous silliness to something more by pairing her blue sweater with denim shorts. While the look is more early fall than winter, I can see her finishing this with caramel broken-in cowboy boots to lend a certain je ne se quoi to an especially chill day. Lastly, the exuberance Sasha displays in her pix immediately drew me in. As fantastic as her Boss character is, it doesn't always get fully realized in her 'shoots and w can be left without a compelling sense of her personality coming through her photos. That is remedied here and it's wonderful to see!
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Brie: shoe-lover :) fashion-lover and generally glamorous semi-dork
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