A rendezvous with an ex-boyfriend, dinner with the Fakelmeyers and another fashion party under her belt, itâ€™s just another day for Whitney in The City. Letâ€™s take a fashionable Soho stroll through episode 5.
– Kell has frozen over because Kelly Cutrone is not in her usual black crew neck top. Lovinâ€™ the colours.
– Good thing Whitney erred on the side of conservative chic for her date with Freddie since â€˜surprise!â€™, daddy Fackelmeyer is joining us for dinner. Fashion aside, this whole bring dad to dinner situation is so not kosher for a second date.
– The degree of orange-ness seems to be intensifying on Freddieâ€™s face as this horribly awkward date continues. Not a good look.
– Yikes, Freddieâ€™s blue and white gingham shirt is just way to casual for the Longchamp event and his hair is rather raga muffin like. Letâ€™s bring Jay back instead of this tanorexic daddy toting mister.
– Whitneyâ€™s hair looked so effortlessly pretty in its loose waves when she busted out her â€˜Single Ladiesâ€™ moves. Too bad she pulled it back into a ponytail at the party. But Whitney gets an â€˜Aâ€™ for the crinkled tinfoil like dress. I like.
– Erin rocked the simple yet so pretty ensembles again tonight: the white sheath dress at the prep meeting and the cranberry coloured ruffled tank dress at the party. Effortless style is what I envy.
– While Olivia always looks chic and oh so superior no matter the occasion, not sure Iâ€™m feeling the over the top black sequined/scalloped frock at the partyâ€¦
– But she is redeemed because the Birkin re-appears in this episode. Birkin, I missed you.
Best Outfit of the Night: Whitneyâ€™s black dress and layered necklace on her date with Freddie and Mr. Fakelmeyer. Totally grown up, sophisticated and chic. Filing that outfit in my mental closet.
Needs a Restyle: Freddieâ€™s blue and white Gingham shirt has got to go, period.
Jan Tong, The Style Spy