Jessica Simpson attends her sister Ashlee Simpson-Wentz's Broadway debut in "Chicago" at the Ambassador Theatre in New York City wearing a Collette Dinnigan dress.
A Collette Dinnigan dress that she should NOT have worn.
Look, kittens. We're gonna be (haha) straight with you: she gained weight. It's no big deal; it happens to all of us. And she's still thinner than the vast majority of the public. There's no crime in putting on a few pounds, especially when you're about to crash headlong into your thirties with no visible career and a romantic life that isn't making anyone jealous. Sometimes a girl's best friend in a harsh and cruel world is a little Chubby Hubby and a box of tissues on the couch. She's still a pretty girl and she can still go out looking hot and sexy if that's what she wants for herself. But this isn't the way to go about it. Part of the reason the fashion and entertainment industry values size 2 and below is because it's so easy to dress that body and make both it and the clothes look good. Every size you go up, it gets a little harder (though by no means impossible) to dress the body effectively. You've got to learn the tricks. People like Jessica here who unexpectedly go up a couple of sizes don't know the tricks and (more likely) refuse to learn them out of a sense of denial. This dress says nothing more than "I STILL GOT IT" at the top of its lungs, when in fact, the it that she's got is not the same it that she used to have.
This is all a wordy way of saying that there's nothing wrong with the size and shape of her body. There's everything wrong with the size and shape of her dress. OUT.
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