Did Say Yes to the Dress Accidentally Reveal Jennifer Aniston’s Wedding Dress …
News from E! Online:
And the Jennifer Aniston wedding dressgate continues!
Earlier this week, we filled you in on a Facebook post that had fans dying to know what Jen wore to her Aug. 5 nuptials in a tizzy. Turns out that the gown in question wasn’t the dress, and the model, well, was obviously not Jen (some Aniston lovers were fooled though). Now another white gown has cropped up as what Jennifer could have worn and, gotta say, we think it’s still a longshot. But let’s investigate! (We mean, this is the greatest fashion mystery of our time, right?)
In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it moment from a Say Yes to the Dress episode that aired this April, a fittings specialist from famed Manhattan boutique Kleinfeld Bridal says an $ 8,400 Mark Zunino gown is one she handp…………… continues on E! Online
Sen. McCaskill Says Intern Dress Proposal Is ‘Victim-Blaming’
News from NBCNews.com:
Missouri Democratic Sen. Claire McCaskill took state lawmakers to task for weighing an intern dress code following a series of sexual assault allegations that rocked the state’s legislature this summer.
“Such a recommendation reeks of a desire to avoid holding fully accountable those who would prey upon young women and men seeking to begin honorable careers in public service,” McCaskill wrote state Reps. Bill Kidd and Nick King in a letter.
The two lawmakers championed a “conservative” dress code aimed at helping curb temptation. The idea has since been nixed by legislative leadership.
In May, Missouri House Speaker John Diehl announced he was resigning from the legislature after admitting that he exchanged text messages of a sexually charged nature with a college student serving as a statehouse intern.
“I made a mistake,” Diehl said at the time. “It’s one that calls into question my ability to lead.”