Judy’s on Jeopardy

Note the title does not say “Judy’s IN Jeopardy.” That would be awful. I have a feeling that many of us who watch Judy also watch Jeopardy. (The good money says we also watch All Creatures Great and Small, but that’s for another post.) Perhaps we play along with the contestants, envisioning ourselves besting oneContinue reading “Judy’s on Jeopardy”

Extra, Extra! Tam Nails It!

What the what? Tam came out of nowhere and stuck the landing on Monday night! Lovely maroon dress – note the sew crease detail on the sleeve – and an inoffensive long necklace to go with. Her hair looks great and she’s beaming, knowing we were in her corner (our love is tough love) allContinue reading “Extra, Extra! Tam Nails It!”

Escada Again!

We have noted that Judy often gets gussied up for Fridays. This Escada dress is a special-occasion favorite. Yamiche honored Judy by wearing a knock-off when she started hosting Washington Week. They both looked lovely. At the beginning of Monday’s show, I thought Judy had assembled another sweater set herself. Doing so is not herContinue reading “Escada Again!”

Oops! She Wore It Again!

With apologies to Britney Spears (free Britney!) and her song, “Oops! I Did It Again,” on Wednesday, Judy wore the dress that launched a thousand comments. This dress never gets old. How much fun is it to try to guess the motifs on this Victoria Beckham number? A LOT of fun, that’s how much funContinue reading “Oops! She Wore It Again!”

Res Ipsa Loquitur

First-year law students learn the Latin phrase “res ipsa loquitur,” meaning “the thing itself speaks,” or “the thing speaks for itself.” It’s a fancy expression usually used in the context of negligence, as in: a piano falling from a window and crushing someone is sufficient evidence by itself of negligence. So many titles ran throughContinue reading “Res Ipsa Loquitur”

Supporting Roles

Let’s spotlight our best supporting anchors: I love that Yamiche took a gosh darn risk with this outfit. We can disagree about whether she was successful, but I love her in the pink. The puffy tulip sleeves worked for me. ( See below.) Bravo for passing over those same-old-black tops. Amna has branched out successfully,Continue reading “Supporting Roles”