Cotypubby December 7, 2019 Share December 7, 2019 15 hours ago, SuburbanHangSuite said: I just finished watching. I wasn't expecting a double elimination but I agree with the decision. I am thoroughly confused as to why Asma acted like the material they chose was assigned to them and they had no say in it? She chose those fugly colors in cotton and then tried to play victim. So glad I don't have to deal with her "modest" aesthetic for any more episodes--which brings me to questions about this "modesty..." So, I simply cannot reconcile this idea of claiming to live a modest lifestyle while at the same time rocking 6" lashes, henna tattoos and designing clothes that are so audacious that "modest" would be the last descriptor come to mind. (Actually, audacious may be too kind a word but it was the first that came to mind with the colors and accessories.) Those boots that Asma gave her model looked straight outta Elton John's closet and I don't think anyone has ever accused Elton of being modest. I'm glad she's gone. I actually thought Dr. Couture's team should've been in the top and I don't get all the swooning over the winning team's garments. The jumpsuit was cute but I thought the bronze military one was miles better and I didn't like the length of the Sergio dress--i wanted it to be a tad shorter. But I do like the Austin TX woman who won. Going from driving an Uber to being the first challenge winner on PR has got to be surreal. Glad PR is back! “Modest” in the way it’s used in terms of Muslim fashion doesn’t mean not standing out/simple/boring/conservative, it refers to not showing skin and fully covering the body, arms and legs. 3 10 Link to comment
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