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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chelsea wears a blue printed dress. Unfortunately for her, these days she's pretty much channelling Kevin McCallister as she is spending more and more time Home Alone. With the way things are going for Chelsea, two "wet bandits" could amble in and kidnap her and Adam would hardly notice. She has managed to outwit her husband and his stowaway, much like Kevin outsmarted Marv and Harry, by figuring out that Sharon started the fire. Chelsea is even estranged from her family (of criminals) much like Marley is from his son and granddaughter in the film. While Kevin was thrilled to have the mansion to himself for the holidays (at least at first), Adam's wife seems to find all of the quality time with herself quite lonely. It looks like she may be foregoing the slapstick humor and going for a slap instead one day very soon.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Chloe wears a teal printed dress with a drop waist. Isn't it a shame no one in this scene is wearing cerulean blue since they are discussing a career in fashion? At least no one looks like they should be attending a hideous skirt convention. Chelsea better thank the style gods Chloe thinks her designs are good because it is obvious details of someone's fashion incompetence would not interest her. Meanwhile, it is apparent the writers love the Tag and Grab storyline as they are moving it along at a glacial pace; obviously they must know how much that thrills the viewers. As fun as it is to wonder whether Chelsea will turn into Genoa City's newest designer, many are wondering whether she has fallen down and smacked her little head against the pavement for not confronting Adam sooner. (Anyone catch The Devil Wears Prada references? I may have gone a bit overboard.)
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This photo comes from CBS.com and is from a Y&R Promo Shoot. With drool-worthy dresses like these, one cannot help but wonder whether they are promoting The Young and the Restless, the talented actors, or the noteworthy clothes. Luckily, here's the scoop on both fabulous frocks.
On Michelle Stafford:
$795.00 at Forward by Elyse Walker
On Christel Khalil:
$297.00 at Saks Fifth Avenue
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Phyllis wears a gray draped dress. She cannot seem to curtain herself as she confronts Ricky about his plans to pen a tell-all memoir on her. When it comes to Paul's son, Phyllis really can judge a book by its cover because there is no doubt he is bad news. It remains to be seen whether he will fabricate lies or stick to the truth as he works his way through her life story. Either way, in this dress she is the epitome of The Drapes of Wrath.
$275.00 by Helmut Lang at Forward By Elyse Walker
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