On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Victoria wears a turquoise top and a red skirt. She is as much a part of Newman Enterprises as Diane von Furstenberg is of her self-titled clothing label. While Victoria's portrait may not be the one hanging on the wall of the office a la Andy Warhol inspired DVF art, she has definitely helped shape the Newman company into what it is today. Just imagine, if Furstenberg had been ousted from her own fashion business, the iconic wrap dress may have never been created. That being said, Jack should think long and hard about terminating Victoria. After all, who knows what potential projects he is prematurely impeding by letting her go. And no, it is not purely coincidental that she just so happens to be decked out in Diane von Furstenberg.
Thank you to the wardrobe department for helping me with this outfit.
Karella Silk Top
$275.00 at Saks Fifth Avenue
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Diane Von Furstenberg Samara tailor skirt
$350.00 by Diane von Furstenberg at MATCHES
*Looking for Nikki's peach bow blouse? First posted here.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chelsea wears a brown sweater. It truly is a miscarriage of justice that she loses Adam's baby in the car accident. Although some may say Karma is to blame for this particular tragedy, the two seem to have hit the breaks recently on their sinister ways and have done their fair share of repenting for their past misdeeds. Chelsea even gave the green light for the Abbots to raise baby John, proving people really can oil change. Only time will tell if when it comes to Summer, if she will go down the road of forgiveness.
Vince Boat Neck Sweater
$320.00 by Vince at shopbop.com
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Nikki wears a peach bow blouse. Isn't it ironic she is shocked by Jack's recent actions yet she could have prevented this whole mess if she would have turned down his proposal. It's just like The Little Mermaid: Nikki gave Jack his legs and in the end, he found his voice. Sure, the newly feisty Abbott was never singing underwater songs about being "Part of that (Victor's) World" but he was certainly thinking it, right? As for the Newmans, now that Jack finally has the reigns of the company, one can only feel sorry for those "Poor Unfortunate Souls."
Marni Crepe pussy-bow blouse
$850.00$382.50 by Marni at theOutnet
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chloe wears a black blazer and a beige pleated skirt. Remember that one time Brutus betrayed Caesar? Granted, Chloe's act of treason is insignificant compared to what is arguably one of the biggest acts of treachery in Shakespearean literature. Despite this, one can't help but notice several similarities between the two situations. For both respective parties, family plays a primary role as Chloe confesses to Kevin's brother Michael and Brutus betrays his uncle Caesar. Secondly, Portia persuades her husband Brutus to confide in her much like Chloe does of Kevin. The most notable similarity, however? Both traitors wear skirts. Gotta love that ancient Roman men's fashion, huh?
Thanks to the Y&R wardrobe department for helping me ID the following!
Zara Leather Pleated Skirt
£32.51 by Zara at Vestiaire Collective
Bird by Juicy Couture Ceri Jacket
$495.00 $159.99 at eBay