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
$39.99 at Amazon.com
**Pomp Jewelry by Sharon Case and Elif Inanc also has a Crescent Moon Necklace that is similar and comes in either silver or gold for $29.95
As for the coat, here is a similar one.
Hand Made Coat
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a camel and black draped cardigan sweater. Right now the question on everyone's mind is "Will Danielle Staub be returning to The Real Housewives of New Jersey next season?" Okay, fine in this context it's more like, "Will Faith accept poor Sharon's desperate attempts to get 'Real Close'?" (For the record, just quoted Danielle's song. I know.) While we'll just have to wait and see for the answers to both questions, feel free to keep asking where Sharon got her colorblock cardigan because if nothing else, at least that puzzle has been solved for you.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a powder blue sweater. After all the time she has been spending rearranging furniture, she should be a pro by now. Maybe with her new-found interior decorating skills, Sharon can head on over to Billy and Victoria's house and bring that 1950s decor into, you know, this century. That is, if she isn't thrown in jail for burning the Newman Ranch to the ground. On the bright side, even Martha Stewart had a knack for decorating small spaces.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a brown cowl neck sweater. Since she is stowed away, doesn't V.C. Andrews' Flowers in the Attic come to mind? She's not exactly in an attic but she, much like the Dollanganger children, has to hide out after an unfortunate incident. Sharon was also lavished by expensive gifts and promised a bright future when she married Victor paralleling Corrine's deceptive behavior towards her children. True, Sharon hardly has to worry about incest and her "captor" Adam is only trying to help. However, Cathy and Chris' grandmother abuses them and one can argue Ms. Newman was emotionally abused by those closest to her. Even the words "arson" and "arsenic" sound remarkably similar. Interesting, right?
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a gray drape open back sweater. As she wanders around the cabin thinking she's losing her mind, one can't help but hope for a Cabin in the Woods twist of sorts. Although Sharon may feel alone and quite isolated, fingers crossed for the sake of her killer sweater that she is under some sort of observation. Too bad like most horror movie stereotypes, it looks like she will learn too late that it is never really safe to go to a cabin in the middle of the woods, now is it?
Many thanks to the show's wardrobe department for informing me that her sweater is by All Saints and that Sharon is actually wearing it backwards. How's that for a twist? Unfortunately, I haven't been able to track down the exact sweater but here is a similar one.
$88.00 at Victoria's Secret
If you manage to track down the original, please contact me and I will give you credit. Thanks!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a sweater. After surveying the Newman Ranch that she burned to the ground, it's quite obvious she decided to fight fire with fire. Literally. Sharon extinguishes all dreams of independence and revenge as she realizes the extent of her actions. Yes, the Newmans have burned her in the past but when they learn it was her that set the ranch on fire, something tells me they will be all fired up.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a gray cardigan with front pockets and ribbed sleeves. First she's a kleptomaniac, then she's a pyromaniac, now she's an amnesiac. What's next, will she regress to a full-out maniac? Sharon certainly has endured her share of troubles as of late but instead of making insane decisions, she should imagine her future (with Adam). You know, one filled with rainbows, puppy dogs, and unicorns where they live happily ever after and nobody burns their glorious castle to the ground.
on this episode of the young and the restless, sharon wears a beige double-breasted jacket. if she was a poet, she would likely be e.e. cummings as both have unconventional ways of going about life and aren't afraid to tackle controversial subject matters headfirst. cummings marched to the beat of his own drum choosing to forgo capitalization in his work. similarly, sharon has a knack for fighting common sense, choosing to bypass all logic. if anything, sharon can look to cummings for a bit of advice, "it takes courage to grow up and be who you really are." at least she has the wardrobe part down.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a maroon sweater top. Poor woman is rivaling Teresa Giudice on who is the most delusional. Both women have a penchant for feather dresses, are busy losing friends left and right, and have turned a blind eye to their husbands' infidelities (allegedly). The difference between the two, besides blond vs brunette, is that Teresa would have happily taken Nikki's money and skipped town. As for Sharon, she could have taken a lesson or two from the Jersey Housewife's playbook. Flipping the table Nikki was busy writing the check on? Now that in combination with this spectacular top would have made for television gold.
$235.00 at DKNY
(Thanks to @CBSDaytime for first ID'ing this!)
*Please note, I am not Team Teresa or Team Everyone Else. Believe it or not, I can actually see both sides. Feel free to convince me either way in the comments!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a beige sheer striped sweater and a clutch. Admit it, if she was on this season of Survivor, she would be the Lisa Whelchel. Sharon, like Lisa, is the blond everyone used to love and admire but now, is the town (or island's) very own pariah. Both women have endured breakdowns, have undergone recent divorces, and are pretty much incapable of outwitting, outplaying, or outlasting. The tribe has already spoken for Sharon when the Newman family kicked her out of her cushy CEO position at the company. Only time will tell how much longer Lisa's torch will remain lit.
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(First ID'd here.)
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a white feather dress. She may have missed her calling as an event planner because no one throws a funeral quite like this rare bird does. Her cheerful invitations by text, her grand entrance in white feathers, and the fact Sharon killed two birds with one stone by scheduling her wedding on the same day (in the same church) prove she's as crazy as a loon. The shocked members of the Newman family undoubtedly think she is a bird brain and this event will likely be her swan's song. When Victor returns to town, he'll clip her wings and she'll be forced to eat crow. As for Sharon's goose? It will be as good as cooked.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a maroon dress. At this point, anything she does should surprise exactly no one. From talking to a dead body to lying about the identity of the cadaver, she's making June Shannon and her band of crazies look sane. Lest we forget Honey Boo Boo's family members are all nicknamed after animals and the family's pet pig Glitzy has the most normal name of all. Speaking of insane ideas, maybe what Sharon should do is sign Faith up for some Toddler and Tiara beauty pageants. That way, she could channel the crazy into being the best dressed stage mother imaginable. Here Comes Honey Boo Boo Sharon Newman's Dress.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a black and blue colorblock blazer. When Tucker shows her the photo of Victor with the nun, who is arguably more age-appropriate for the billionaire, she gets quite the blow. Sure, Sharon's ego is about as black and blue as her jacket but if nothing, she has proven time and time again that she is a fighter. Maybe it's time for her to trade her ring in for some boxing gloves because it looks like Nick and Victoria will stop at nothing. Too bad she can't fight them with this knockout of a jacket.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a gray peplum dress. Face it, her release from Fairview is causing as much excitement and drama as the release of the new iPhone 5. Both Sharon and the phone are tall and thin, have trouble taking directions, and have media outlets buzzing. Moreover, both are causing their respective company stocks to fluctuate. While the iPhone has already proven to be a bona fide hit, Sharon's track record is still pretty questionable. Yes, an Apple a day keeps the doctor away but so should a pretty peplum dress.
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a yellow dress. Does Sharon remind anyone of Emily Maynard? Both bubbly blonds constantly have people critiquing their parent skills; Sharon chooses to voluntarily check herself into a mental institution while Emily signs up for a several week long stint of traveling around the globe as the Bachelorette, which is arguably a show filled with plenty of crazies. Both women have also been engaged a handful of times each and most importantly, the two seem to have an endless supply of covet-able clothes. Emily rose to the occasion and has handled all of the recent media scrutiny like a champ. That being said, it'll be interesting to see if Sharon will follow suit.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Sharon wears a purple cashmere sweater. As she checks into the institution for evaluation, one can't help but hope for a Shutter Island twist of sorts. You know, where she pulls a DiCaprio and truly believes she's sane when in reality, she's been imagining the last couple of months (if not years). I've even taken the liberty of coming up with a handy dandy anagram for her name and everything. Behold, crazy Sharon Newman is "Ronna Newsham." Hopefully, nobody orders her to be lobotomized at the end of all of this. And with that, the chief closing question of the movie should be posed because it is rather applicable to Sharon's new BFF Daisy, who in a surprising turn of events, is actually alive. "Which would be worse? To live as a monster, or die as a good [person]?"
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