How to find the right dress for the Winter Olympics
By now, most of you have seen the amazing Winter Olympics dress that the U.S. Olympic Committee just unveiled.
And while I’m a huge fan of the dress, I have to admit that it has some flaws.
For starters, it is made of a very thin material that makes it extremely hard to maintain even when wearing it for hours at a time.
The dress is also made out of nylon, which is not as soft as it sounds.
And the skirt is also not made of very thick fabric, so it’s very heavy, and it takes a while to unzip.
And when I think about it, most dressmakers in the world would not be able to pull off this kind of design without going crazy.
It would be like the Ugly Duckling.
But I also love the design, and I can’t wait to try on it.
And because I love it so much, I thought I’d share some of my favorite things to wear with it.
(And yes, the first two items in the list are for women, so you can also wear it for men.)1.
A black, sequin-dyed turtleneck with a zipper that fits like a pair of pants.
This is the dress that I wore with the white dress.
It’s definitely one of the more stylish options for the Olympic Games.2.
A light-blue, sequined, long-sleeved blouse with a black bow.
It also has a black lace-up top.
It looks great in a white dress too, but the design of the bow makes it a bit more feminine.3.
A long, dark-colored, black skirt with an embroidered black corset.
It adds an extra layer of style to the dress.4.
A white dress with a matching turtlenecks.5.
A simple, sequino-draped blouse.6.
A dark-blue blouse that is fitted with an elaborate bow.7.
A blue-colored blouse, and a dark-brown blouse and bow.8.
A matching white blouse lined with sequins.9.
A red blouse adorned with a gold ribbon.10.
A blouse decorated with a rose and gold bows.11.
A plain, light-gray blouse in a burgundy and black stripe pattern.12.
A navy blouse (the most traditional color of the Winter Games) with a white bow.13.
A pink blouse trimmed with a silver ribbon.14.
A purple-colored turtledress that is lined with a bright, black, tulle skirt.15.
A bright, gold-colored long-cut skirt with a bow.16.
A short, black-colored short skirt with matching bow.17.
A bow-inspired short skirt that has a ribbon tied to the front.18.
A striped blouse topped with a tulle bow.19.
A pair of dark-gray short skirts with matching bows.20.
A silver-colored dress with matching white bows.21.
A sequin, white, and blue skirt that is adorned with sequin bows.22.
A yellow blouse covered with sequino bows.23.
A sheer black dress with sequined bow, and silver-lined skirt.24.
A skirt with sequinos that has matching bows, and sequins appliqués at the bottom.25.
A turtletail-style dress with gold ribbon and sequin appliqué on the hem.26.
A pretty blue-white dress with red bows and sequino appliquements at the hem and a sequin bow on the sleeves.27.
A pale green, blue-and-white turtleroot-style gown with a sequined ribbon on the front, and pink bow.28.
A tulle, bow-filled black dress.29.
A dress with golden sequin embellishment and a black ribbon at the front and a bow on each sleeve.30.
A burgundy turtlinet-style blouse filled with sequinas and a blue bow on top.31.
A lavender, sequina-lined blouse over a dark gray dress with black bows.32.
A silk, sequins-filled dress with silver bows and gold ribbon on each arm.33.
A floral, sequinsky-lined dress with light-pink bows on the bodice and a gold-filled bow on either side.34.
A rose-colored skirt with light bows and a sparkly bow at the back.35.
A beautiful gold-and‑white dress that has gold sequins, a bow at each arm, and gold sequin patterns at the bodices.36.
A golden, sequint-lined gown with sequiny bows on both arms and a white-lined bodice.37.
A royal, sequiny-lined, gold sequino skirt with silver embroidery at the sides.38. A