Thank you Laura and Stacey for finding these pajamas!
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Victoria wears a trim sweater. The fact that she's choosing to work on her marriage to Billy instead of running to Victor is about as surprising as LA Reid's departure from The X Factor. In other words, hardly worth an eyebrow raise. Of course, there were obvious signs in both cases; from the beginning it was clear the Demi/Britney/Khloe demographic would do better with somebody like Bieber as a judge (although nobody's getting their hopes up) while Victor has been trying to break up "Villy" since day one. Now LA can finally grab some downtime in LA while the Abbots are off to rekindle their romance in Jamaica. That being said, Victoria may want to trade in her sweaters for some sunscreen.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Victoria wears a printed blazer. Did anyone catch the premiere of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills last night? Lisa and Adrienne are feuding (not unlike Billy and Jack at the moment) and the Brit did not invite her former neighbor to her Villa Blanca party. Ms. Maloof then attempts to prove she is anything but aloof when she sends a hideous flower arrangement to the restaurant during the event. (It certainly did not help her case that it didn't have one pink flower let alone was the size of a small tree.) While Billy should take his cue from Adrienne and extend an olive branch to his brother, let's hope for the sake of Jack's hospital room that he goes with something a little more, uh, subtle. Something that says, "Sorry I betrayed you for my wife's sake" and not "I'm trying to apologize by sending you an entire forest."
On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Victoria wears an oxblood dress. Most women think "Diamonds are Forever" but she would rather have "The Spy Who Loved Me." Billy, of course, aims to please, but Victoria better hope he doesn't get caught; Jack would knock "The Living Daylights" out of his brother. Meanwhile, Victor "Live and Let Die" as he tells his children it is up to them to win the Newman Enterprises back. Perhaps in time, Jack will realize "The World is Not Enough" and come up with a new plan to bond with the Mustache.
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On this episode of The Young and the Restless, Victoria wears a black long sleeve top with pointelle stitch. After hearing Jack took over Newman Enterprises, being fired, learning her childhood home burning to the ground, and visiting her father in the hospital, it is safe to say she is having a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad day. Victoria is giving Judith Viorst's protagonist Alexander a run for his money; it is safe to say one can certainly write an award winning children's book about her awful adventures. Although she is down on her luck now, hopefully the next ninety days for her will be wonderful, marvelous, excellent, and terrific.
*Update 10/30/12: Found the original.
Speaking of terrible luck, I wasn't able to find the original but here is a similar pullover.
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.
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*Looking for Nikki's peach bow blouse? First posted here.