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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a sleeveless dress with cutouts. She informs Tucker and her family that after Jack's wedding, she is leaving on a jet plane and doesn't know when she'll be back again. Although Ashley claims she is going to New York, word on the street is she will be moving to Salem and masquerading under the alias Kristen Blake. Looks like she will get the chance to start anew and as she should. After all, these are the days of our lives.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a black and white printed dress. The harm caused by her sibling rivalry with her brother Jack may all be relative. Ashley knows the two should not fight over Jabot Cosmetics and makeup with one another but it proves pretty difficult when she learns he is trying to edge her out of the company. Perhaps all isn't exactly fair in love and war. Coincidentally, speaking of things that are unfair, Ashley's dress no longer seems to be available.
$98.00 at Nordstrom.com
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a mint maxi dress. Funny how she is celebrating America's independence when her own is in question. Ashley doesn't know whether her relationship with Tucker is mint to be but only she can determine whether they have lost their spark. Despite this uncertainty in her life, she still manages to sparkle in this dress.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a brown printed blouse. While several of her family members are busy with reality shows, she seems to be the one that has severely lost touch with reality. When Ashley is turning to Tucker and denying Abby would ever stage her own kidnapping, it is clear she needs a reality check. While her reality of several situations may be shaky at best, in reality, she is very worried about her daughter. This would be sad if it wasn't so darn funny the Naked Heiress is stuck parading around in overalls in her very own fantasy land.
Ashley is wearing the Joie Louvre Blouse pictured below. It retails for $218 but it is unavailable in the exact print pictured.
Here is a list of the same top available in other colors and prints.
Joie blue floral print silk 'Lourve' peasant blouse, $128.00 by Joie at Bluefly
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a sequin dress. It is no coincidence she is taking inspiration from the 1920s, an era F. Scott Fitzgerald portrayed as one with decaying social and moral values. While Ashley herself is an upstanding citizen, her daughter Abby has faked her own kidnapping in a publicity stunt overarching with skepticism, materialism, and essentially the empty pursuit of pleasure. While The Great Gatsby exemplifies the harrowing corruption of the American dream, the Naked Heiress' latest exploit proves some things don't change even decades later. Interestingly, flapper-inspired fashion is also indicative things stay the same throughout time as Ashley shines in this glamorous number.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a striped dress. You know how they say "all is fair in love and war?" Well when it comes to her divorce war with Tucker, all she seems to want is peace. One thing, however, that doesn't seem to be quite fair? How great she looks in this striped halter dress. While she would be sure to win any style skirmish, one thing she should always keep in mind is that love is a battlefield.
$350.00$139.00 at Barneys New York
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a halter maxi dress. Luckily, the party allows her to halt from thinking about the numerous problems in her marriage. Ashley deserves some fun under the sun before she tells Tucker to stick it where the sun don't shine. One thing that has many ablaze? Her printed summer frock.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a pink and black blazer. Unfortunately by the looks of it, she will likely be blazing through another marriage. Hopefully, Ashley's relationship with Tucker will not end in a blaze of publicity although if a messy divorce does ensue, the duo will surely fight with all guns blazing. Whether Mrs. McCall blazes a trail for separation is yet unseen but one thing is evident: her jacket is certainly blazing with color and style.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a gray shift dress with a side zipper. Funnily enough, she wants her husband to zip his lips when it comes to Genevieve possibly selling Beauty of Nature. Tucker, however, wants to zip past the topic of conversation while Ashley attempts to convince him to shift his ground. Who knew a dress could speak louder than words? Looks like Mrs. McCall did the moment she zipped into that dress!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a red dress. Who else thinks christening her crimson cocktail number at a baptism is less than ideal? Yes, it is lovely and definitely festive for the holiday season but Ashley in red is sure to divert attention from baby Moses on his special day. Let's hope Sofia is not seeing red after this little stunt. And one wonders where Abby comes up with her antics!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a maxi kimono dress. While this dress certainly makes a statement, it also serves a practical purpose since it can double as a comfortable lounging robe. Of course, Ashley's ensemble with the knotted bodice and long draped sleeves may also parallel her anxiousness concerning Diane's death. Perhaps her stomach is in knots since she's got something up her sleeve. Either that or her way of celebrating Halloween was by channelling her inner geisha girl. Whatever the case may be, one thing is certain: she pretty much wins the prize for most versatile outfit.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a pair of statement earrings. Her unusual jewelry just so happens to fall right in line with her strange circumstances. After all, Ronan is accusing Ashley of Diane's murder because Abby wore a wire to spy on her family. How many people can say they have ever found themselves in that situation? And even more importantly, how many people can say they pull off these exotic earrings as well as the new Mrs. McCall?
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a gray top with an open back. Any coincidence this is when she takes the plunge and confesses she was in the park the night of Diane's murder? Ashley would make a risky move in a rather risque top. She better watch her back though because thanks to Abby, she may be donning a prison jumpsuit sooner rather than later.
Looks like Fenmore's was having a sale on the Diane von Furstenberg "Alastrina" dress! While Phyllis recently donned the knotted number in gray to visit an ailing Delia, Ashley wore the same frock in a different shade back in August whilst dealing with marital woes.
Time to twist and shout! Share your opinion now. Who wore the dress best?
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a knotted dress. Unfortunately, things are knot looking good for this Abbott. Ashley knows those she loves most are in danger of losing the things they love and are holding on tight. Given this, her dress seems to be quite fitting. After all, her stomach should be in knots considering she recently tied the knot with a potential murderer and her new mother-in-law is trying to steal her recovering husband's company.
(Note: I can't find the exact color Ashley is wearing but I am almost certain this is the dress.)
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a lace blazer. There must be something in the Genoa City water because marraiges seem to be crumbling left and right. Lily and Cane; Victoria and Billy; and now Ashley and Tucker all find themselves on the brink of divorce. Considering Mrs. McCall got married in a hospital in a printed tee, it's pretty ironic that it is at the very end when she decides to don this wedding appropriate attire.
Here's how to get the look for under $50.00!
$22.80 at Forever 21
$16.00 at Macy's
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a zebra-printed strapless dress. While the murder investigation rages on, she runs wild looking for her missing phone. Ashley knows she won't be earning stripes anytime soon by lying about her whereabouts, especially when Abby's life is also on the line. Good thing her animal instincts are in tact as she proves she is willing to do anything to protect her young.
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$17.80 at Forever 21
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears an ombre striped maxi dress. It is no coincidence that she is wearing a halter as she halts to a stop when she hears about Diane's death. Luckily, Ashley's suspicious behavior is being out-shined by this flowing silk number. One could even say the dress is to dye for.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Ashley wears a halter dress. It is no coincidence that she is wearing a dress with the spotted floral print when she is picking up her brother from the hospital. Ashley knows Billy has always had a spotty past and what better way to support him than to remind him, especially on his birthday? All kidding aside, she looks fabulous in the silk number that just so happens to double as the perfect party dress.