I should never have doubted Judy. Mea culpa mea culpa mea maxima culpa!
Yesterday, thanks to alert readers Blogger’s Mom and Ashley, I was immediately alerted to this fab new look on Judy, though I was out to dinner (hamburger joint) at the time. Apologies for poor resolution on these images but I hope you get the gist.
My first impression was that Judy had gone cammo, but upon closer inspection the dress fabric was revealed to have a wintry flower pattern. So perfect for these dark days of winter! But what was the pin? Let me see if I can find out anything. Hold please, while I consult the Research Desk…
Can’t find anything. Darn.
Let’s take a second look. I wouldn’t have worn a pin with this outfit but I am just so tickled to have more to work with I am at a loss!
Yes this dress really works. Doesn’t detract from the stories she’s covering, yet underscores her commitment to high fashion. Well, high news anchor fashion.
We’d have to go to Pittsburgh native Billy Porter for true high fashion:
On Tuesday, Judy needed a little rest mid-news hour, but she paired the RIGHT green cardigan with her dress. Love the jacket. At first I thought it was a bolero, but it’s too long for that. The sleeves are just right. Betting this is Akris.
Judy started the week off right with a lovely winter white outfit. Love, love, love the traditional collar on the blazer and the jewel neckline on the dress beneath. Perfect.
Judy, we count on you for so much more than the news.
Thank you for brightening up our winter days with your smart looks!
6 thoughts on “Happy Days Are Here Again!”
I agree with your assessment for the most part. Being anti-camo, for a moment that’s what I thought it was also. It is a beautiful dress, but needs some thing… I’m not a fashion person. I do like the dress with the little coat and as a little drama as possible. I have come to think lately that a dark blue blazer with a pretty round neck blouse or sweater just newses her up a little bit. I either missed your post or you never commented on the baloony, cartoony, puffy, acid trippy yellow dress she wore one night. I believe I sent you an email saying no no no no no. Or maybe I was tripping?
Thank you for keeping up with this important work. Don’t know what we would do without you.
Hi, Gary! Thanks so much for writing. I like the phrase “newses her up a little bit”! I did not post on the baloony, cartoony, puffy, acid trippy yellow dress. I am hoping she wears it again. I’m sorry to have missed it.You did send me an email and I replied but then I forgot to check it out. Sorry! Thanks so much for your very kind words. Have a great weekend!
I thought the black outfit yesterday looked almost funereal as on TV you can hardly see the brown florals.The pin looks to me like Arizona Navajo jewelry.Liked the green outfit very much. Th winter white was ok but a bit of color would have helped. I would like to see comments on Stephanie Sy’s fashion.
Hi, Chris. Thanks for writing! I will work on that!
I love love love that jacquard-type dress but I am perplexed as to why Judy would pin a roach clip onto it. Is she trying to signal her intention to spark a doobie as soon as she is through reporting another day’s terrible news?
Agreed that Judy brightens my winter days with her fashion! Also, on my TV, that wasn’t a brooch, but rather decorative beading on the zipper pull of the jacket’s asymmetrical zip. The zipper itself is very subtle but I could see the ends quite clearly.