Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Tootie Time




















Thanks Florrie.

18 comments:

Tbone said...

Someone needs to forward this to Anne Slowey...

JRT said...

Ha ha, you all are cracking me up with all these ice skating costumes. Who knew PR would affect our views of Ice Skating costumes so much.

But really, i was always perplexed by the 'tootie' reference on his ice skating costume, because it was still covered, it just wasn't covered by the skirt a second time. at least his was covered, more than Zulema can say about her COYB challenge.

indigo said...

If any of the designers had put up this outfit, they would have been laughed off the runway.

I believe Sasha made a specific comment about Kara's outfit and how the fringe skirt wouldn't work with a skater's muscular thighs...an then here she is with a fringed skirt. I wish Kara had fared better, so this detail kinda rankles me.

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Jan the Dan Fan said...

I just snorted in laughter from that title!
Thanks Laura!

Jan the Dan Fan said...

I hope Nick gets great air-time with his skating fashion comments!
Imagine if he gets to chat with Katie Couric on Today about the costumes.
Yay Nick!

nej said...

I saw an interview with Sasha Cohen. She designed the blue "French Flower Girl" dress herself. At least her "parts" are more or less covered, which is more than I can say about some of the thong-wearing ice dancers. Yikes!

OurBoyDaniel said...

careful mom, this is a family show!

:o)

JRT said...

i cannot wait for tomorrow, i am already excited. this should be so much fun, or at least more fun than the last episode. give me some diana, daniel f., emmett, kara, nick, andrae, raymundo. it will be good to see them all again.

Anonymous said...

I thought sasha's dress was very nice

You should have seen the ice dancing costumes. They looked half naked

Gigolo Kitty said...

Not to be too catty, but modesty is the last word that comes to my mind in association with skating costumes. I got the feeling that they just decided it was Emmet's time to go more than anything else.

Now, the main question is, how would Emmet fair in designing men's skating outfit? He did mention in the passing he was a mens wear designer....

ScubaOtter said...

Talk about a money shot. Where oh where is AuntieMame when you need her?!?!

Anonymous said...

Not only is there fringe on Sasha's skirt (that she wore in the short program today) -- there are also paillettes (around the collar)!

http://www.nbcolympics.com/2006/0222/5125148_640X480.jpg

ida said...

What really bothers me about this photograph is that you can actually see the seam of the cotton insert in the crotch of her white tights. Eeeww! Worse than panty lines. A girl that flexible should be wearing seamless, crotchless tights. I also think it's funny that her dress design is assymetrical -- didn't they give Nick a hard time about that?

praddicted said...

Flexible, isn't she?

Actually, I like her more since PR-if Tim says she's sweet, that's enough for me.

And I know this isn't really on topic-but it is about things showing-does it drive anyone else crazy that Heather's belly button is sticking out in her WYL gown?

JayKay said...

My fiance, after watching the ice skating challenge with me, will throw the "There is entirely too much tootie being exposed" line out every now and then, just cuz he knows it'll crack me up....
On another note, if I were to ever try to get my leg to do what Sasha's is in that pic, I'm sure I'd never walk again. And I LOVE her costume. That blue is gorgeous!

phil313 said...

Who was Anne Slowey, anyway, and was there ever any explanation why Nina Garcia wasn't on that episode?

DreamGirlLover76 said...

I was so inspired by the tootie comment that I make up a drinking game. Everytime we see a full on shot of tootie, we take a shot. Hee hee.