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Top & Bottom Monday's

My Three Top Picks of the Week are:

This week is all about the royal wedding and the hot messes at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner in Washington D.C. last Saturday.

Pippa looked smocking hot in her Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen dress.
Pippa stole the show. She looked simply ravishing.
Photo: OKMagazine.com

My top pick of the week goes to Pippa—Philippa Middleton, she was hot, smocking, stole the show and will probably get her own royal wedding too. Pippa looked superb, elegant, modern, sexy and simply beautiful in her dress by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. Her heavy, ivory satin-based crepe, with a cowl front and lace trims dress stole the show! The hair, the jewels (which were minimal), the tan, the va va va boom figure, her mannerisms and the patience to deal with those rotten kids make her my most ideal pick of the week.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge exiting Westminster Abbey;
her beautiful Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen gown was classy and graceful.
Photo: Flickr.com/photos/britishmonarchy

Miss Catherine Middleton or the new Duchess of Cambridge look radiant, elegant, graceful, for-the-ages in her wedding dress by Sarah Burton at Alexander McQueen. I must say, I was expecting a little more design—it looks like Catherine played it safe to me, nonetheless, she looked refined and classy. Kudos to Sarah Burton for creating elegant and modern pieces for the Middleton girls and for continuing the McQueen tradition of “its craftsmanship and its respect for traditional workmanship and the technical construction of clothing.” The dress which is made of ivory and white satin gazar with its magnificent hand-cut English lace and French Chantilly lace used throughout the bodice and skirt. I am impressed, but I still think Catherine played it safe.

Mila Kunis in her Versace dress at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Photo: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images

This weekend I had the fantastic opportunity of working as a greeter at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner and as such, I got to see a lot of celebrities, a lot of politicians and their somewhat poorly maintained wives. I was highly impressed by the physical diminutive size of Mila Kunis, but most of all I was very surprised to see that this young woman has a great sense of style. She must have a great stylist too. Mila knows how to wear clothes and not the other way around. She looked great in her black strapless Versace number. It was appropriate for the occasion and the body hugging fit was stunning. The dress had false pockets with large gold bottoms in the front and the back and a major slit down the front of her skirt. Mila worked it! She brought it! In my humble opinion she was the best dressed of the evening. Wow, she is tiny in every aspect—itsy bitsy, tiny.

Jon Hamm was a total ham. Sweet, generous and very handsome.
Photo: rbknews.info
I must give a shout-out to Jon Hamm; he was well-dressed, attractive and very stylish. A true movie star and a really nice guy. He looked great in his black tie ensemble, his coiffed hair was perfect and the million dollar smile was simply divine.

My Three Bottom Picks of the Week Are:

Scarlett Johansson was not her usual best--the Elie Saab dress looked cheap and
didn't flatter her womanly figure.
Photo: rbknews.info

Scarlett Johansson at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner looked terrible. Not the usual Scarlett. What’s going on Scarlett? I was shocked to see a woman in an unflattering Elie Saab dress—it was the wrong fabric, the wrong color, and the silhouette made her butt look big and I mean big. And what’s up with the hair? It's an ugly shade of red and it looked dry, overcooked and flat. The whole package was unfashionable and messy. By the end of the night when she was exiting the event her dress had a few pulls and it looked like it had been put through a tough time. I’m sorry but I miss the Scarlett that took chances with fashion; the edgy fashion lover and didn’t give a pickle what I and others thought of her. Do we need to have an intervention?

I'm sorry to say it, but Amy Poehler looked lumpy and unkempt. Her dress was not chic
and it didn't fit her motherly figure. The hair was prom ready.
Photo: rbknews.info

I love Amy Poehler—she’s funny, but Saturday night at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner she was a total mess. I can say this because I was 10 inches away from her, I actually touched her hand when she handed me her event tickets. The hair was pinned up to the lower left side and I could actually see the hair pins, no she didn’t. Her white dress was not flattering to her motherly figure. I know she’s a new mom, but if you’re going to an event where you know you are going to be photographed you need to care and pay attention to details a little more carefully. The dress was a one shoulder white thing that had a black bow on top of it and the print was just so hideous. I can’t even describe it; it was this sort of brush strokes of black and gray paint. Not chic, not good, maybe next year.

The Michael Kors gown would have looked better on someone
with a smaller chest; it looked baggy on Melania.
Photo: rbknews.info

Melania Trump needs to look in the mirror before heading out the door and take off three things. She looked like a spring Christmas tree. Her heavy makeup (a lot of it), her big hair and the Michael Kors Grecian goddess dress was a tad bit too long and the leather straps across her boobs made them look huge. She wasn't impressive. I thought she was a former model? I guess former is the “key word.” I was only inches away from her and she was an ice cold princess…the tundra princess. The lady Trump needs an etiquette lesson or two from my friend Jay.

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