In my weekly search for Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha candidates, eDressMe is a frequent source of inspiration. This online boutique is either experiencing a severe fabric shortage or just generally confused about the definition of the word “dress.” Either way, I thought it was time to honor eDressMe’s chocha-showing efforts, so I put together a gallery of 10 of their best (or worst?) DSYC dresses, along with my best guesses at the models’ inner monologues. Click through to check ‘em out!
It’s time for Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha! This week let’s take a look at some super mini summer “dresses” and the awkward contortions required to model them. Click through to check ‘em out, and remember–if you need to bend your knees, cross your legs, and clench your thighs in order to not show the world your underwear, well, your dress might actually be a shirt.
Happy Friday, everyone! It’s time once again for Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha! Click through to see this week’s roundup of super short skirts and dresses and the brave models trying desperately to make them work. And remember, if you spot a DSYC moment, send it to me at email@example.com!
Happy Friday! It’s time for Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha! Click through to see the super short hemlines and questionable definitions of the word “dress” floating around the online shopping world this week. And remember, if you spot a Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha moment, send it to me at firstname.lastname@example.org!
It happens to the best of us: we throw on a hot dress only to realize later there is no way to sit down without flashing everyone in the room, or maybe we’re so excited to wear our favorite sweater that we forget to put on pants. On that note, here are this week’s top “Don’t Show-cha Your Chocha” moments from red carpets, award stages, and online stores. Click through to check ‘em out, and remember, if you spot a DSYC example, send it to email@example.com!
Ever since Gossip Girl Serena van der Woodsen sexily draped herself over a pool table in a black studded Catherine Malandrino shift dress while on her first date with the loveable Dan Humphrey, I had to stop and reassess my opinion of the mini dress as date wear. Off to Bloomingdales I went where I purchased my first ever mini dress, which had me asking: â€˜where have you been all my lifeâ€™ the second I slipped it on.
The magic of a mini dress, like the one worn by Serena, is that it strikes the perfect balance between revealing and reserved. The daring length is countered by the absence of cleavage and an ultra formfitting silhouette for a look that still leaves much to be desired. I wouldnâ€™t recommend this look if youâ€™re, say, going bowling, but for a dinner date or drinks, whip it out and work it. Keep reading »