On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a long sleeve sweater top with an asymmetric hem. One could argue that 2012 was the year of unusual collaborations: Neiman Marcus and Target, Altuzarra for J.Crew, Rodarte and Starbucks, Adam and Chelsea. As the year comes to a close, however, these combinations that did not exactly live up to the hype or in some cases, made absolutely no sense, can quietly go their separate ways. Whether it be Target slashing prices to move that Neiman-like merchandise or Adam kissing Sharon and subsequently divorcing Chelsea, something's gotta give. Here's to hoping 2013 makes a bit more sense!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a multi-striped sweater. Her interactions with everyone in the Newman family lately is about as cringe-worthy as the Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta holiday music video "I Think You Might Like It." Sharon's apology, much like the Grease co-stars' reunion, was highly anticipated yet extremely disappointing. And "although here comes that magic/That spell of Christmas Eve/There's nothing you can do" to stop either train wreck from happening. And in both cases, the intended audiences were not very receptive. Perhaps if Sharon had crashed the party with a classic convertible full of gifts things may have gone better for her. Just so long as she didn't break out into an awkward dance routine in the middle of some field for absolutely no reason whatsoever.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a camel v-neck sweater. Gwen Stefani, Vogue's January cover girl, opens up in the issue saying she feels guilty about being a working mom. Sharon, a fellow blond, has plenty of reasons to feel guilty as well. Yes, she was a working mother at one point too when she was busy running Victor's company into the ground but now, a certain fire is likely the thing causing her many sleepless nights. Since Restless Style seems to be tanking, Sharon may not be getting her magazine cover a la Gwen but in the end, taking responsibility for her wrongdoing is probably better left out of any publication. At least that's what any decent lawyer would advise...
Please note: I'm still searching for the exact one so check back but here's a similar sweater in the meantime.
$32.94$20.00 at Old Navy