I’m not sure what to say about this orange dress. I’m not sure if I love it or hate it. I guess it’s really not that bad… so maybe I love it. Melanie is staying true to this 50s vibe still. I’ve gotta say, the dress is pretty bold for a regular old day at school. But maybe not in the 80s. And then, Melanie joins the Have Nots in the streets for a movie night. It feels like we don’t ever get to go out into the city with the kids. I personally am completely fascinated by it because I’ve never lived in a city, and scenes like this just trip me out. Melanie wears a grey sweater and a floral skirt, and I’m kinda diggin this outfit; it’s not too annoying. Finally, she is still living in this retro fantasy land in this blue cardi and pink pedal pushers.
Melanie delivers.. Melanie realness… in a typical floral button down with a tie and sort of a bad hair day. Then, turnt up for the party, she too seems to have borrowed her dad’s jacket which she wears over a poppin’ green sweater.
DJH S3E12: Taking Off, Part 2
Oh, poor Grandma Wheels. We never get to see her smile. Wheels really puts her through a lot this episode. It’s amazing how long she went without giving up on him. So I guess these shots I captured of her are all from one big long day. She wears a floral blouse and throws on a jacket to run out into the world and find Wheels.
DJH S3E5: Loves Me, Loves Me Not
Today Melanie sports a mint green top that has very strange length sleeves. It’s like they’re long to give the illusion that the shirt is more oversized than it is? Anyway, her tie is a nice berry color which is a bit more pleasant than the harsher red she tends to lean toward. And she adds a final pop with a floral skirt.
For the dance, Melanie puts a new twist on her usual outfit formula – she untucks her blouse, giving her look more of that “pajama”, “just-rolled-out-of-bed” vibe.