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DWTS halloween costumes outlet SEASON 21: WEEK 1 COSTUME CRITIQUE Finishing off the show, this week, Nick and Sharna danced a monochromatic Cha Cha, with Sharna in a brief deep blue mesh leotard with fringe and rhinestones for detailing. I particularly enjoyed Nick's coordinating deep blue trousers and collarless blazer with matching color-on-color, scattered rhinestones. These couple-costumes rounded out my five favorite couple-costumes this week. I am hoping next week will continue this trend.

lingerie manufacturer china My fourth favorite couple-costumes were worn by Alek and Lindsay for their Fox Trot. Our American hero wore a simple tailored vest and pant with white shirt, and offered companionship to Lindsay's beautifully feminine and sheer middle-connect pink dress. The styling details were unique and very pleasing to the eye.

Dancing with the underwear manufacturer china Stars has become ‘of age' with its 21st season. It is good to have Karina and Louis back – feels like reconnecting with old friends. I always wonder if I'll enjoy the new celebrity cast of DWTS because, at first glance, I don't really know the majority of them. This was the case again this season, but the show does a really good job of introducing us to the cast. There are definitely some ‘interesting' couples (and I mean that in the best ‘Minnesotan' jargon).

Victor the jockey was wearing ‘costumized' (yes, I just made up this word) jockey togs in a bright turquoise blue and yellow which coordinated well with Karina's Salsa costume. The costume was cute and brief with tiny apple-peel ruffles that revealed her attached dance briefs. Of course she had nude elastic incorporated across her back that attached to her front bra area (unflatteringly). Victor's costume featured scattered rhinestones on his shirt and covered his entire helmet. Maybe for his next race, he can incorporate this and blind his competitors if the sun is shining!

Tamar and Val danced a dynamite Quick Step with coordinating black and white costumes. Val was dapper in his white jacket with glitzed up bow tie, basic black shirt and pant. I saw some glitz on his shirt – or was that a black vest? Tamar was exquisite in her long fringed white dress with slit panels of lining under the waist to ankle length fringe. Her long sleeved bodice, bedazzled with rhinestones and pearl trim opened up to a very bare back with no elastics to mar the look. I scored this couple's costumes very high – they were very tailored, classic and sophisticated.

Chaka and Keo (we all hope he is able to stay in the competition longer than his last two seasons, don't we?) were dramatic with Keo's shiny, black trimmed open shirt and Chaka's opening sheer caftan with green feathers. Underneath revealed a lovely asymmetrical bronze/gold fringed Cha Cha dress that included long mesh sleeves and thousands of multi-colored rhinestones. Chaka looked lovely in her tasteful but pretty ‘safe' costume that we have seen many times before. For the youngest contestant this season, the ‘story' of their Cha Cha routine was staged in a school varsity local, featuring a basic football jersey with jeans for Hayes, and a not-too-sexy cheerleader costume for Emma. I loved the styling of her crop top, and I'm thinking you will see an NFL cheer uniform inspired by this top. It was fun and showy in patriotic colors and details. Andy and Allison were very pretty in pink, for their Fox Trot. Andy's 1950's inspired dinner jacket with black trim and accessories was very debonair. I absolutely adored Allison's semi-sheer double-georgette ruffled, rhinestoned and feathered pastel pink gown. The ruched, surplice bodice incorporated beautiful pearl trim and details, while incorporating an open back without distracting nude elastic and belted and cut to her natural waistline – a 1950's silhouette. I also gave this couple very high marks for their costumes. Paula and Louis danced a Quick Step routine with Louis in a tailored suit in Cobalt blue and Paula coordinating with Cobalt blue and purple (at least on my television monitor). Her modestly cut, flowing gown was glitzed up with multi-colored rhinestones and very full ostrich feathers encircled her hemline – which seemed long. Perhaps her visual nervousness translated to some worry of my own that she might trip on her hemline! The other half of our married couple also danced the Jive. Alexa and Mark wore my third favorite (all ranked 9/10) couple costumes. Alexa incorporated sexy black fringe, mesh in her costume with silver stoned lace appliques in her corset-inspired costume complete with ‘real' straps. Mark coordinated with a similar silver lace applique asymmetrically placed on his otherwise plain black jacket (with black shirt and trousers).

Kim and Tony went full-out Egyptian/Cleopatra themed, with their Salsa costumes. The color combination was pretty, but I didn't care for their costumes. The styling of Tony and the other guys was OK except I guess I wasn't ready for so much bare skin. The gold chained fringe and metal belt were a bit overdone…but perhaps the costume designers felt they coordinated with Kim's persona and silhouette.

I also didn't care for Bindi's unflattering Safari outfit which was created from non-stretch fabrics that needed to be bulking in order to dance. I was relieved when Derek ripped it off (although this was seemingly an immodest procedure for a teenager) to reveal a much more flattering green fringed Jive costume, complete with a real strap across her back. Derek's khaki Safari togs were acceptable.

Another set of costumes that wasn't my personal favorite, was Gary and Anna. Gary wore silver satin trousers with a sequined turquoise blazer with rhinestoned silver lapels. I enjoyed this blazer, but not the coordinating silver trousers. And I hated Anna's turquoise sequined unitard/catsuit/jumpsuit. I don't think that accentuating her skinniness was a wise choice to contrast against Gary's middle-aged girth. The feathered shoulder pad detail with mesh side strips did nothing for me, design-wise.



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