MN Year In Review: 10 Of The Most STOP Worthy Style Moves From “Style To Steal Or Girl, Stop”
Excerpt From Jan. 9:
“While some went for major ballgowns and others picked out pretty cocktail dresses, Neal went for something in between with this red dress that showed off an angled red skirt. The red dress was covered in a lot of bright beading and sequins that hugged her figure very nicely. To accent the spaghetti strapped dress, she showed off shiny tan closed-toe heels (which were on display thanks to the open angled skirt) and a scalloped clutch that matched the shoes. Her jewelry was minimal, while the hair was very conservative. She went for bangs and a tucked under roll atop the crown of her hair. The makeup was fab, and so was the glistening skin.”
I’ll never forget how hard I laughed when a reader on Facebook said that Elise Neal looked like an extra from Dynasty in this dress. They were right. The whole fishtail style, the heavy sequins and beads, and even the hairstyle just came off so ’80s with a side of ballroom dance fail that it really couldn’t be taken seriously. A beautiful gal, but it’s always a better look for Elise Neal to keep things simple.