Mars thinks – I like this dress, but I don’t think it works for bridal related events. When did Kelly get those legs? Wow! She has always been my biggest crush in Destiny’s Child, but really…when did she get those legs? Okay…I’m back talking about the dress. Depending on the season, perhaps this could be pulled into bridal apparel during an Engagement Session. My suggestion would be to buy the dress (or something similar) and wear it the next time you want to persuade your husband to do something. You’ll have at least 50/50 odds.
Venus thinks – Am I the only one who believes that this dress is absolutely stunning? Both classic and exotic Kelly Rowland slayed in her frock at the 2015 BET Awards. Her execution was perfect, hair pulled back accompanied by peep toe pumps this red carpet look was to die for. I know you’re probably thinking Venus where exactly am I supposed to wear this? Well, I’m glad you asked! Prepping for a reception change? WOW your guests in a similar look that’s both fun and tasteful. What do you guys think about Mrs. Kelly’s fabulous frock?
Check out what Mars and Venus had to say last week here.
Kelly Rowland is gorgeous and has a great figure (as Mars pointed out, ahem, more than once) so it is hard for her to look bad. Still, this isn’t my fave look on her at all — the heavy suede material and long sleeve combo actually makes the dress a little matronly to me. Plus weren’t the BET Awards in June…in LA? She had to be hot! I don’t see a bride wearing this to any of her pre-wedding day functions and definitely not for the big day itself.
I don’t like this dress at all, but it only matters that her husband does.
Nooooooo. Not ever.
Kelly looks fabulous but, I do no like this look. She is doing it justice, though.
The dress is stunning but not for bridal related events.
a bit much for anything to do with a wedding that includes both sexes. this dress will steal the attention from the bride (and anyone else in a dress, for that matter) and cause any man’s eyes to wander. trouble, trouble, trouble.
message to mars: women gain “flesh” all over during/after pregnancy. some will loose it (it takes work) and some won’t.