Sunday, April 5, 2009

An Obamination in Prague

You might be asking yourself.." Is this the black and white version of the Black Widow Election Night idiocy?"

No, It's far worse. This is our outfit in Prague. The Clown Bow is fierce. You need a lot of starch to accomplish that sort of hugeness. Now on to tiny... it's the same damn child sized black J Crew cardigan that she so crassly wore to great the Queen of England.

What is that black band underneath her mammories? A daring design detail?

No, it's worse than that.

It's a belt. Maybe the sweater has a mind of it's own and the Wookie is afraid that it could escape so she had to strap it close to her body. Perhaps it's to emphisize the hideousness of the Clown Bow.

Here is a flattering side view.

What I do know is that it's not the first time she has bought out the shiny black studded belt...

With the yellow dress the belt is worn OVER a black coat then we have it over a sheath dress.

It's mind boggling.

Where to begin?

I swear she is dressing this way just to piss me off.

The First Wookie is a complete embarrassment to all clothed people on the planet.

I don't understand her get-ups. Jackie O? Hell no, she is Jackie Oh No!!!

I understand that she is an Amazon with a horse's rear and a caveman's underbite, but when you have so much against you, you can at least try to dress in a style that doesn't cause cranial pain.

How about this piece of work?

Aside from the ill-fitting blue slinky knit suit on Mrs Brown ( ever hear of Spanx, Mrs VPL?), We have another ' What in the world is she wearing?' moment for Michelle. Let's start at the inappropriate sweater. Yes, it's ugly, super ugly, but even in it's repulsiveness she could have attempted to buttoned it correctly. But that's not the end of it, from the front it looks way too tight, but as you can see as it is pinned up the middle of the back, she actually wanted it to look as if she is wearing her 8 year old daughter's cardigan.

The green shoes are a retread from January 20th. Green, brown, blue, whatever. I am sure that this woman dresses in the dark.