A few weeks ago, I was sitting in the Mount Sinai out patient wing, New York City, waiting for a friend’s small procedure to finish, I take a glimpse at the TV and see the “Tamron Hall Show” is on. This happens to be the episode where Mathew Knowles introduces his new wife to the world. Whatever, as I am trying to make headway through Knowles’ pomposity, I can’t seem to get over Tamron’s outfit. I’ve been inspired to critique once again.
Don’t get me wrong however, I love Tamron and absolutely love her style. Nevertheless, this time around something went completely wrong. She is wearing a pinkish-purplish print, poofy dress, with a high neckline and a pair of suede leather tassel boots. Sort of like country western meets baby-doll chic. OK, top it off with a pair of hoop earrings and you completely have the trifecta of fashion crime because it doesn’t work out.
Now seriously, Tamron is drop dead gorgeous and I know she just recently had a child. She’s also a former national news correspondent and I understand that she has to get a little more conservative in her dress. However, conservative is one thing but it doesn’t have to be the only thing. Therefore Tamron get’s a pass on this one and who knows if I’m ever going to watch her show again anyway. Either way, would love to see her spice it up just a bit.
Moving on, to “The View”, what is Abby Huntsman wearing? Casual awful. An off turquoise blazer with mixed metal buttons, white top and blue jeans. Luckily we can’t see the shoes. Do we even want to see the shoes? Well, apparently and I am really just guessing on this. She’s trying to do the so called “New York Chic” or “New York Thing”. Oops, oh know, I just saw the shoes. Really, stilettos.
There is really nothing more to say about Huntsman except for the fact that she is really trying to get away from the “Fox News” brand of conservatism(everything skin-tight). However, stilettos and jeans with a blazer, I don’t really know what to say with the exception, that’s it’s not a “New York Thing” or “New York Chic”. It’s and always was a “New York Thing” according to and created by Hollywood. In all of my years living in the city, anyone I come into contact with, male or female wearing a blazer with jeans is usually from out of town. Let’s get with the program Abby.
I would love to go on more about this, however I am out of time. My friend is in recovery. By the way, if you ever have to go to Mount Sinai’s out patient services on west 59th st, it’s a great facility. It’s really been built for anyone wired to technology. Very comfortable surroundings with electrical outlets everywhere.