He made one jump off a building, made another think she might have broken a million dollar artwork. And then, to add insult to injury, took 12 of them on a date where they had to recreate Harlequin Romance novel covers for posterity.
I’m not sure if Sean Lowe is trying to date these women, or put them in an institution.
And speaking of crazy, I wasn’t really crazy about this week’s fashion. Sure there were bright spots. Sarah has terrific style – her sequin chevron rose ceremony dress stood out, along with her casual baseball inspired sweater. And Robin continues to impress with her evening gown choices.
But Lindsay Yenter – an early favorite of mine – missed the mark with her black and white cookie inspired dress this week. And what’s with all the girls in shorts and boots? You guys know they make an entire style of shoe for warm weather called sandals, right?
Anyway, what did you think of Sean Lowe’s bachelorette’s fashion this week? Who did you love? Who did you hate? Who is your pick for best dressed on the Bachelor? Let me know in the comments below.
Want to see what else they’ve worn on the Bachelor?
Lesley M’s black pool party dress
Zara (no longer online)
Sarah’s pink and gray baseball tee sweater
Des’ black dress from her one on one date
Bebe (no longer online)
Catherine’s one shoulder rose ceremony dress
See it on Ebay
Amanda’s yellow rosette shoulder dress and statement necklace
Necklace: JCrew (I think)
Sarah’s chevron sequin dresss
Parker majorly on sale
See it at 6PM
Leslie M one shoulder red rose ceremony dress
Robin’s yellow rose ceremony dress
See it on eBay
Looking for more? I’ll be updating all the Bachelor fashion throughout the day so check back!