How cute are these two?
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We like it, for the most part. It's sporty and it's got some nice details.
And it fits her well, for the most part.
And while we like the seam placements, they're not executed as well as they could be.
But what really bothers us about this look is that it's supposed to be a signature look, put together with the highest budget of any PR challenge ever. Does this look like 500 bucks worth of fabric and 2 days of work to you? It's nice enough, but it just doesn't go there.
And yet, strangely, they brought their A game to their B garment.
We really love this look. It's a great (and instantly recognizable) interpretation of the original look. We really like the idea of that sporty jacket paired with a little black dress.
Although to be honest, the dress could have used a bit more loving attention.
But in looking over the looks for this episode, we've been getting frustrated because it looks like most of the teams just banged out a B look without putting too much thought and work into it. Not the geek squad, though. They really thought about it and turned out a look that's in some ways better than their A look. That jacket could have used a lining, though.
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