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August 23rd, 2017

DWTS long gown dress Season 17: Semi-Finals Costume Critique This couple’s encore dance, for their Viennese Waltz did not have as visually exciting costumes as their initial performance, but I liked them and rated them each an 8. They were more traditional, yet kept youthful. I wasn’t able to find a full-length front photo to show the asymmetrical closure on Derek’s vest, but trust me, it was there, and I enjoyed it! The large fishnet mesh fabric used as an overlay on Amber’s corset-looking bodice added some pizazz! And the costume department did a nice job of molding her white, non-stretch gored skirt to her very curvy body, keeping it smooth and sleek and with enough ease for dancing. This chiffon skirt had several fish-lined layers with purposely, uneven hems.

Parting is such swimwear manufacturer sweet sorrow…and it’s nice to see those that are eliminated, acting really classy about being voted off. And really, Bill knows he is not a better dancer than Leah, or Elizabeth and perhaps even a couple of others whose time was cut short. But he is certainly a hit with the viewers.

The routines on Dancing costume manufacturer With the Stars are so fun to watch BESIDES the costuming, this season, don’t you think? The finale should be incredible!Leah and Tony’s last night started out incredibly costumed! Their judge’s scores weren’t fancy, but I LOVED their Paso Doble costuming! Black and white or black and red is very traditional for this dance, so I thoroughly enjoyed what appeared on my television monitor as eggplant or aubergine with black. Leah’s liquid foil circle skirt, along with her embellished black lace trim and black fishnet, gave a dark edginess to her sexy-classy costume. Tony was equally edgy and dapper in his matching aubergine vest with the same embellished black lace trim, coordinated with a black shirt and pant. Perfection!

There was also an edge to this couple’s Argentine Tango, with Leah sporting a violin on her back for Tony to ‘play’. Her dress seemed a beige/coral on my television screen, but in looking at the photos, it looked more beige. It was encrusted with several colors of rhinestones, creating a beautiful texture, and the off-set skirt slit, outlined with black lace, was edgy and classy. It was a really unique dress. Tony wore the “new and edgy” (OK, I’m seeing it everywhere, not so “edgy”!) upturned lapels on his black vest with his more traditional ensemble pieces. This couple-costume was almost as fabulous as their first.

Slotted next, were Cobin and Karina, starting their Tango routine wearing matching hoodedcapes. I’m usually not a fan of using simple poncho/capes to expose ‘the big reveal’ (I find it a bit hokey, but their costumes under these capes were superb. Corbin’s leather (look?) sleeveless jacket and pant were decorated with possibly painted-on flames on the mid-section of his 2-piece costume. Now THIS I admit, is somewhat edgy. I loved the masculine shoulder stitching detail, and of course leather on macho male dancers is really exciting (if you know what I mean)! Karina’s red gown with arts-n-crafts flames decorating her deep ‘V’ neckline was perfect. Her open back was beautiful and her double-georgette, flared skirt flowed wonderfully.

I did NOT enjoy their second set of costumes. Karina’s dress was just plain ugly and didn’t enhance her lithe body at all. It was just not something I picture on Karina, and the light blue, mullet charmeuse skirt was totally under-whelming. The rhinestoned, lace bodice was pretty pitiful and there was something really disturbing about the nude elastic straps. It was such a let-down from her first costume. Corbin took off another over-garment and ‘wha-lah’ (yes I know this is the ‘urban’ spelling) – a bare chest with high-rise satin trousers was revealed. Ho-hum… After rating their first costumes as 9.5, these rate about a 6, for me.

Another low rating from me, goes to Jack for BOTH of his outfits, but they were a half-step up from Corbin and Karina’s second act. And, really, Jack looked a little better than he usually does. The traditional tuxedo shirt with rolled up sleeves, untucked and with an un-tied bow tie – well, most ballroom dance guys have that costume in their closet. Would I consider it a ‘Jazz’ costume – not really. His second outfit included his weird sleeveless jacket over a matched color shirt. Yes, black is slimming…and the ‘pop’ of red pocket square and tie added a tiny spark to his ensemble.

Cheryl’s Jazz costume was a lovely bright green satin, saloon-girl costume with black beadedfringe and lace. Her corset look was flattering with great diagonal lines to the design, with nude elastic straps that were functional and visually invisible (they didn’t cause parts of her costume to look like they were magically floating on her body). Her necklace and lace gloves were the perfect accessories for her costume. Cheryl’s encore costume for their Argentine Tango routine was just weird. I didn’t find any good photos of the front or back bodice – but the design is seared into my brain! The front included an asymmetrical nude mesh section that meandered down to – just to the left of her naughty bits and slid into a very high slit, with about 2″ of non-mesh (some sort of decoration?) right to the left of ‘right there’. Then, there was a similar asymmetrical wandering nude-mesh area on the back. It really reminded me of a character’s costume in ‘The Grinch Stole Christmas’…hummmm. In any case, the bright red dress was attractive EXCEPT for these bodice details, along with some weird straps, which just made the dress very odd!

Next, were season favorites, Bill and Emma doing the Cha Cha. Bill wore a comedic costume of garish proportions. It was not attractive, but I’m guessing it was not meant to be. Emma was cute in what looked like, a NFL or NBA audition/try-out ensemble that was attractive, but moderately garish, for the comedy effect.

I was relieved to see Bill in a manly, traditional tuxedo outfit for their Argentine Tango, but I was a bit unnerved to see so much skin under Emma’s black mesh catsuit with slight sections of beading and beaded fringe creating a loin cloth and bra-top. It seemed rather naked, don’t you think? Bill was classy and dapper and Emma wasn’t trashy, but classy.

Amber and Derek channeled Bob Fosse with their white accents on their black costumes, anddid it well. Their requisite white gloves were rhinestoned for Amber. I absolutely LOVED her bedazzled collar and neckline accent, along with her cuffs and gloves. And Derek’s white studded collar, front band and cuffs could be incorporated in any guys’ costume to emulate something jazzy. Even though Amber is ‘a woman of size’, her corset and fringed peplum, and leggings looked great on her. The combination of matte and shiny finishes enhanced her youthful attire. I nearly LOVED these costumes (I scored them with matching 9’s).

Next week – THE FINALS! As usual, it should be a really fun display of dancing, singing guests and great costumes!

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August 23rd, 2017

DWTS halloween costumes outlet SEASON 21: SEMI-FINAL COSTUME CRITIQUE Alek performed every man’s dream: Argentine Tango with Lindsay and Emma. Alex was oh, so dapper and manly, in his double-breasted vest, black pant and burgundy shirt. His partners didnot look as classy as they could have, withnude-looking sides on their matching (in design) costumes, with one in black and the other in burgundy, lace appliques cascading down their mirror image, costumes. Maybe I was a titch jealous, but I didn’t care for their costumes – they were not elegant and sophisticated.

I’m hoping lingerie manufacturer china none of you were surprised that no one went home this week, on ‘Dancing with the Stars’, right? My heart goes out to Tamar for her scary health revelation, and to Val, who looked so lonely on the DWTS stage. I, for one, will miss Tamar’s exuberant performances.

But the underwear manufacturer china Semi-Finals were exciting, nonetheless! Except for a few miss-steps, all of the dance performances were excellent, and very fun to watch. Bindi and Derek started off the show with their Salsa in hot pink and lots of crystal rhinestones. It was good to see Derek in glitzy, bubblegum pink. The several layers of chainette fringe on Bindi’s costume were positioned to flatter her physique with their extreme diagonal lines creating anextreme basque waistline. The costume designers kept her modest with her fully covered midriff, strapped neckline and a really cute 3-D flower accenting that neckline.

Alek and Lindsay performed a very elegant Waltz, with Alek in a finely tailored, deep blue, shiny suit and Lindsay in a virginal white semi-sheer, double-georgette gown with bedazzled, modest lace, cap sleeved bodice with sheer midriff. Her asymmetrical, horse-hair edged layered skirt was sweet and fresh. I loved this couple’s look!

Carlos and Witney danced a unique Contemporary routine, with Carlos sans-a-shirt and wearing the requisite loose, drawstring black pants. Witney did NOT wear the requisite white lingerie-slip dress, however, but wore a very naked, nude unitard with blue leaf-like appliqués ‘here and there’, with additional scattered rhinestoning. It was a little too naked-looking for my taste, and it made me nervous, so I didn’t really enjoy their costumes.

Nick and Sharna danced a titillating Tango andI LOVED their costuming! Nick wore a custom black jacket with leather-looking lapels and a ‘texture-blocked’ (not color blocked) design that was elegant and a little ‘edgy’. This design was repeated (to my delight) in a later costume during the night. Sharna’s eggplant chiffon, gored skirt over a lingerie-inspired bodysuit was exquisite. It was unusual, with interesting lace and strapping details, and yet, very sophisticated. This was my favorite couple-costume of the night.

For the Dance-Off Round, couples danced the same dance, to the same music, but at separate times. We all saw that Alek and Lindsay’s Cha Cha wasn’t nearly as ‘on pointe’ as Carlos and Witney’s Cha Cha. What I enjoyed most, was the recycling of their costumes from previous performances and especially that my comments about the weird (seemingly) collarless shirt worn by Alek mysteriously turned into a real shirt this week. Did YOU notice? I enjoyed both sets of costumes this week, as much as I enjoyed them during their previous performances. And yes, I LOVE orange and pink together!

I didn’t necessarily recall Bindi and Derek’s Samba costumes, but I do recall Nick’s blue rhinestoned jacket, so I suspect all these costumes could have been recycled as well. Perhaps I wasn’t impressed or repulsed by the other three costumes to remember them! I do recall really liking Nick’s blue jacket, specifically because I liked that it was collarless and had cascading rhinestones from his shoulders, which became sparser as they went farther down the garment. Sharna’s deep blue, fringed leotard had a full mesh bodice, accented with silver shoulder detailing. Bindi’s silver fringed costume was modest and cute, but pretty forgettable with Derek in all black.

For the Trio Round, Bindi, Derek and Mark performed a professional quality (as noted by the judges) Jazz routine with minimal costuming – very suitable for their choreography. The only costuming, interesting detail was Bindi’s open back with lots of strapping.

Neither were Carlos’ costumes with partners Witneyand Karina for their Charleston. But I truly enjoyed their costumes because they were not supposed to look elegant and sophisticated, but were to invoke the fun and frivolity of the Charleston’s 1920’s era, which they did. I enjoyed the tailed vests with real straps (although oddly different for no apparent reason) and bow ties, with ‘zoot-suit’-like satin trousers for Carlos. Blue satin costumes never looked so classy!

Oh, but then the best trio was saved for last, at least in the costume category! I LOVED Nick’s Salsa with Sharna and Peta! Nick’s shiny black suit was accented with black velvet lapels, side stripes and lower ‘texture-blocking’ – and oh, so elegant! His partners’ coordinating mesh and ruffled organza butt-ruffled costumes were lovely, with lots and lots of rhinestoning!

So who will win the Mirror Ball Trophy? Only after next week’s competition, will we know!

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August 23rd, 2017

DWTS corsets wholesale Season 24 Week 2 Costume Critique Normani and Val danced a rousing Cha Cha with layers and layers of rayon fringe on Normani’s bright yellow costume. I LOVED how the fringe was attached in a non-straight line – you can see it in the photo. Her matching yellow cut-out and criss-crossing bodice was banded with white for emphasis, all with thousands of rhinestones and real straps. Val’s black satin jacket featured narrow yellow banding, giving it a sporty look with a back waistline tab thrown in for extra fun. All the costumes were above par this week, but this couple’s costumes were my favorite.

This week on ‘Dancing with the wholesale halloween costumes Stars’ the festivities started out immediately with Nancy Artem dancing the Cha Cha in simple, yet classic costumes. Nancy’s pink rhinestoned and beaded fringe costume with angled hemline and ‘V’ accented neckline with real straps was beautiful and flattering. Artem coordinated with a black sequin jacket with pink and black ribbed waistband and collar with a matching pink front facing along the front zipper closure, worn with regular black trousers. This attractive pair of costumes could compliment dancers of any age and most body shapes.

Erika and Gleb then accessorized with a gray sports wholesale christmas costumes car (I forgot to ask my husband what make/style it was!), with Gleb in a Velcro-closed (an opened) ‘regulation’ police shirt and pant uniform. Erica looked incredibly sexy and CLASSY (unlike last week) in a sheer black mesh costume with lots of black beaded/rhinestoned appliques adorning the high collared and long-sleeved garment. Did you notice the nude elastic straps that added extra security to her bosom (barely noticeable under the sheer black mesh upper bodice)? That is exactly what nude elastic straps should be used for: costume security! I really loved Erika’s costume this week!

Charo and Keo presented a Paso Doble, with red THE color. I love that Charo isn’t being overwhelmed with too much fabric, even though she is diminutive – maybe because she has such a large stage presence? Fluffy red organza ruffles served as the ‘cape’ in this performance as well as adornments for her arms. Her glitzy red bodice featured her expansive cleavage (done tastefully) with real straps. Keo’s matador costume featured black lace in all the appropriate places on his bolero jacket and high-rise trousers. Definitely a ‘costumey’ costume, but done well. No, this would not be the perfect costume for every guy!

Nick and Peta danced an elegant Fox Trot with Peta in a teal gown that could be used as a social dance dress and Nick wore a debonair suit in a deeper shade of teal (or was it black?) with matching teal satin shawl collar and pocket square. Of course his sleeves were cut with additional fabric under the arms, in order to accommodate ballroom arm movements. They made a very handsome couple, again in flattering costumes that most age groups could wear.

Heather danced the Jive without Maks, but with Minnesota’s own, Alan. ‘Go Alan!’ I loved her minimally styled, tailored two-piece costume that included a cap-sleeved crop top and A-line skirt, cut to her natural waistline. With rows and rows of matching Royal blue beaded fringe, of course! Alan wore a basic black costume with a matching Royal blue necktie, a great choice for any competing ballroom guy.

Bonner and Sharna (are they ‘a thing’?) danced a Viennese Waltz with Bonner wearing a simple tucked, tuxedo shirt worn with suspenders and trousers. Again, a good costume choice for most ballroom competitors, albeit not real exciting. On my television screen, it looked pastel pink or peach – matching Sharna’s dress color, in any case. Sharna wore a very feminine dress with a lovely lace bodice with cap sleeves and rhinestoned detailing. As the current fashion, she wore a narrow bejeweled belt at her natural waistline. I am enjoying the natural waistline again. Simone and Sasha sashayed across the stage, performing their Cha Cha in a costume SO MUCH BETTER than last week’s - thank goodness (and the costume department)! Her glittery, golden two-piece costume featured fringe and a crystal rhinestoned necklace accessory with light blue gems as a contrasting color. The beaded fringe gave a ‘V’ shape to her short skirt and also accenting her top with a matching ‘V’ design. Sasha wore a golden, sequin/lame jacket with black lapels and black trousers. A classy costumed couple, this week.

Chris and Whitney performed a Jazz routine with both performers in sunburst pleated golden tissue lame skirts. Thankfully, Chris’ skirt was whisked off to reveal a dapper ‘newsboy’ costume with tweedy-looking double-breasted vest, trousers (tucked into boots), shirt, cap, scarf and ascot. I loved his look and will miss him next week. Witney wore a golden Marilyn Monroe-esque dress with rhinestoned accents. They made a darling couple!

Rashad and Emma danced the Viennese Waltz with Rashad in a bland costume, featuring an open bow-tie and white tucked, tuxedo shirt and basic gray trousers. Emma wore a sheer, gray double-georgette long paneled skirt with deep slits, set slightly to the front to best showcase her legs. Her bodice had a more unique design to it – not the ‘norm’. It was youthful and even though it included nude elastics, it was very pretty.

Mr. T and Kym performed a boxing match Paso Doble with both dancers starting out with the requisite red satin robe with black trim and black satin robe with red trim. When Mr. T shed his robe, he wore a sleeveless black shirt sporting many black rhinestones, his large golden belt buckle and trousers with wide, gold side stripes. Kym’s cape-skirt coordinatedwith 2 large gold stripes near the hemline. I loved her top and I think we may incorporate the double strapped design in a future Pro-Cheer custom designed, Satin Stitches bra top! I noticed and appreciated the pattern of the red and gold rhinestones located where wide elastic would be on a boxer’s costume. It was a nice touch!

David and Lindsay closed out this week’s competition with a 90’s Cha Cha. An iconic 90’s print was used on both costumes – with lots of rhinestones, of course. Their costumes fit their routine but were nothing special. Of course Lindsay was cute in her little two-piece costume with short print jacket, and David managed to not embarrass himself (with his costuming or his dancing)!

We know that this is reality TV, and the audience voting is what eliminates contestants. We just need to remember this, as we move forward next week.

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