Friday, February 05, 2010

Not-So Bare Bones

Bones Gets Fashionable

There's plenty of debate online about whether audiences prefer Temperance Brennan's (Emily Deschanel) wardrobe from Season 1 to 3 or from Season 4 on (she began to wear more noticeably expensive clothing, often featuring a tailored jacket, blazer, or most commonly, a long-line lightweight coat (she has several variations and some even come in bright bold colors).

On a fairly recent episode of Bones ("A Night at the Bones Museum"), an evening formal party setting was an excuse to get those pretty stars in some haute couture. Brennan wore a black lace surplice chiffon dress by Adrianna Pappel (which was available at one time at Nordstrom, but is no longer).

Tamara Taylor, who plays department supervisor Cam, was quite the lady in red. Since the average forensic scientist makes $33K annually (hey, she's the boss, so let's double that number), it still seems quite a stretch that she'd be in such a couture dress.

At any rate, if you want to dress like Cam (and those other fans of Herve Leger, who include the Kardashians, Penelope Cruz, Mariah Carey, Jennifer Lopez, Kristen Stewart, Mylie Cyrus, Maria Menounous, Jessica Simpson, Katy Pery Angelina Joelie, Hayden Panitierre, Victoria Beckham) here's the 411.

As described by Herve Leger by Max Azria

"Artfully styled, this iconic bandage dress makes an unmistakable impression. • V-neck. Bandage cap sleeves with diagonal bandage appliqué. Signature bandage bodice. • Diagonal bandages throughout. V-shaped back with center zipper and hook-and-eye closure. • Authentic Hervé Léger garments are handcrafted, making each item one of a kind. To maintain the quality and beauty of your garment, please follow the specific care instructions on the inside label. Dry clean only. • Rayon, Nylon, Spandex. • Imported."

Image Above: BONES: L-R: Sweets (John Francis Daley), Daisy Wicks (guest star Carla Gallo), Cam (Tamara Taylor), Angela (Michaela Conlin) and Hodgins (TJ Thyne) attend a party for the opening of an Egyptology exhibit on BONES on FOX. ©2009 Fox Broadcasting Co. Cr: Greg Gayne/FOX