Last night’s episode of Bravo’s Kell On Earth was intense: stress levels reach an all-time high, the recession takes its toll, even People’s Revolution dinner parties become bleak and Addam’s Family themed, and the tribe becomes smaller as the other Andrew quits for greener California pastures. The shining stars were Kelly’s daughter Ava and obviously Kelly herself. But before we continue on about Ava and Kelly’s awesomeness, lets recap the best fashion of the night.
The Perfect LBD And Purple Lip Combo
When People’s Revolution staffer Andrew throws his Addam’s Family themed party, we couldn’t keep our eyes off of co-worker Stephanie’s tailored black sheath and deep purple lips. Alexander Wang is a genius when it comes to making cozy basics, so we’re obsessed with his affordable line T by Alexander Wang, which includes this timeless sleeved black dress ($95). Stephanie’s trademark is her ability to pull off purple lipstick without looking cheap. Try this Yves Saint Laurent shade ($30) to achieve a sexy purple lip that looks sophisticated.
We’re Kind of Jealous Of Andrew’s Wedges
Andrew M. has a unique style that’s growing on us, even to the point where we were jealous of his Rick Owen’s wedges. We must admit this is the first time we’ve gone searching for men’s shoes in our size, but somehow Andrew inspired us to find these fabulous strapped up leather wedges by Dolce Vita ($175).
Kelly takes her employees on a much needed walk around the block to clear their minds, and soon they meet some cute boys along the way. To stay warm and make her all black uniform look fresh, Kelly throws on a Middle Eastern inspired print wrap. A statement wrap can really transform an outfit, and this luxurious look by Etro ($310) certainly does the trick.
Ava And Kelly-isms:
- “Don’t go to Wal Mart, it’s so bad there…[it’s] the enemy of Target.” Ava, Kelly’s 9 year old daughter is appalled when her grandma calls and says she’s going to Wal Mart. Thoroughly disgusted, Ava tells Grandma she should listen to Mommy (meaning Kelly), and then she shakes her head in disappointed diva dismay.
- “He’s the perfect boy to hang out with if you’re a power girl… to come to events and look cute.” Kelly plays matchmaker for employee Robyn throughout the episode and proves that “power girls” don’t need a man to be happy, but they’re awfully nice to have around as eye candy.
- “I always start barking about things as a way of training them.” Kelly preaches about how to train entry-level employees; basically, they’re just like dogs. And as we have well learned from Ms. Cutrone this season, if you yell (or curse) at them, they will obey.