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October 07, 2012
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Special Request- October 5, 2012 Episode- Phyllis Newman Summers

On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Phyllis wears a black dress with a purple leaf design. People are always comparing themselves or others to famous actors and quoting movie lines. Well what about using movie titles to summarize life? For example, a film symbolizing Phyllis' life presently would be "Unfaithful." Ronan's currently taking "Liar, Liar" to heart. Sharon represents "How to Lose Friends and Alienate People" wonderfully. Unfortunately for Nick, "Clueless" comes to mind. That being said, Phyllis was anything but when she chose this beautiful dress.


McQ Alexander McQueen Iris/Black Leaf Knit Dress

$530.00 by McQ by Alexander McQueen at StyleBop

posted by Martin Mo
10/11/12

what about for men...what is the sweater that Nick is wearing? How does one purchase it?


posted by
10/29/12

I usually don't do the clothes seen on the men since I'm usually behind on the women's clothing but every once in a while, I will help a reader out. Send me a picture and I will do my best! :)


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