The Easter Bunny paid a visit to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this week. In typical Housewives fashion, it came in the form of a three-foot-tall chocolate confection that was almost too cute to eat … almost!
As the girls were playing in Palm Desert, I was enjoying Easter at home with my family and spending a little time with my friend and stylist, Julie Waldorf. Julie spends her days shopping (what a job!) and she knows her clients' style, color preferences ,and sizes by memory. Julie shows up on my doorstep with a big smile and a rack of clothes …we always have a laugh. I have enjoyed playing “dress-up” since I was a little girl playing in my grandmother’s jewelry box. Growing up, I didn’t have the means to purchase designer duds, so I feel like a kid in a candy store having the opportunity to select a few treasures from Julie’s clothing rack. Julie is a blessing to me as she gives me the most precious gift a working mom could ask for … more time to spend with my family.
One final note regarding last week’s episode…
I have had lots of questions and comments regarding the injections into my temples. I have very pronounced cheek bones (genetically) that make the hollow of my temple area more noticeable. Dr. Nassif’s injections helped fill the hollows making my face a little less angular. The initial bumps at the injection site are normal and they subsided quickly, leaving a smooth result.
Taylor, I love your style on the show. You are smart, successful and witty- A true example of a woman! Keep it coming!! xoxo Lacey
Love your style on the show!!! You always look amazing and seem like a really down to earth girl. Keep the LOL's coming!
- J. Amalfi
Taylor, I am single and not bad looking. Hook me up with a rich guy so I can enjoy a similar lifestyle. Tired of meeting poor out of work men.
So happy to see this show featuring women with style, class and smarts. You are a beautiful young woman and very down to earth at the same time. Great example for others. Never watched any of the Housewives programs, all the way through that is, but look forward to the next episodes of your series.
You are the style icon of RHoBH! We love love your understanded and glamorous clothing choices! You are a modern Jackie O! Keep up the fabulousity of the Beverly Hills Runway! We can't wait to next week to see what you are wearing! From the previews it looks like you are making use of a sexy sparkly frock! Where is that from?
Love your style on RHoBH! You are understated yet glam at the same time! A Jackie O for 2010! Love your look and love your fashion eye! Where do you get that sexy black sparkly frock in the previews for this week's show!? Loves it!
A relationship built upon communication, love, mutual respect, trust, and affection 20% of the time isn't worth a relationship to me.
And keep dwellilng on being left for a 20 yr old.... you may just self-fulfill that prophecy. I don't mean to be negative. Ultimately the energy you put out is what you will receive back from the universe. I had a friend once who said, "we all know what we don't want." Focus on what you DO want.
I really love your sense of humor...you can tell you are a true Midwestern girl, deep down; why try to mask it? However, even though you must, due to the dog-eat-dog nature of Beverly Hills, it makes me sad so much of your existance is based on your physical appearance. I may not have your money, but I have a husband who with I share a confidant, trusting intimate relationship based upon so much more than "looks". I'm a true housewife...I take care of my family, home, and myself, and know that the only thing that will be replaced because of wear & tear is my washing machine. Good luck to you.
Get a back bone in your relationship. Until then you will never have any womans respect. oh yea and it does matter even if you want admit it.
Taylor, You seem to be sweet and lonely. Don't let someone make all of your decisions for you...not for 20%..not worth it. One other suggestion, you are a very pretty woman, stylish and classy.
I like you on the show! Just curious, in last night's episode were you aware that you were eating the cotton candy like that? OMG I was dying.
Taylor, you seem so sad to me.I live in Jersey in a 2,000 sf home with 2 beautiful children and an amazing husband. I wouldn't change places with you for anything!! It doesn't seem like all the money has made you happy. You deserve better!!
Hi Taylor i really like you. But whats up with your hubby? that was not cool what he did on last night episode. But i am married and to be honest somtimes husbands can be a beast.
You let your husband drive the bus, but after the cotton candy scene looks like your a slick professional.
I agree with some of the comments here. You seem to be a cheerful gal. When you're with your husband though, you seem to be so guarded like almost scared of him. This is one sign of being in a verbally abusive/controlling relationship and I truly hope that is not the case. Love your clothes!!!!
OMG. I lost it watching you eat the cotton . I could tell you didnt realize how you looked. it was so funny. i couldnt stop laughing. love,love,love you. i kept rewinding the scene for a laugh.cotton candy it is so hard to eat
I really like the eyeglasses that your husband was wearing on the las Vegas episode. Can you tell be what brand are they? Thank you!
Taylor, I love the trellis shift dress you wore to pick out your roaring 20s dress. Would you please share the designer? Thank you!
Taylor, regarding the anti-social behavior of your husband -I have been there and done that. It's tough. And, putting on that straight face is what you do for others. For me, deep down inside I craved that my husband would change. He did not and we divorced. In retrospect -I believe that I should have given him another chance; to be more in tune as to why he was uncomfortable with social situations. I ask myself "Would it have changed the end result?" (i.e. divorce).The anwer is No, but only because we has other 'issues.' And, years later we (the X and me) agreed that there were alot of small dynamics in the mix that all contributed to the divorce. But we had love. Mutual respect. And a need for each other.
I think that afection that comes with love is a blessing and I would have loved having that in my marriage.
Give it a chance.
Work at it.
Its tough. But hang in there. Salvaging a good thing can be magical.
Taylor, Where did you get the casual paisley pants and white shirt you wore on the show that aired last week. When you were holding Snowball. I loved them!
Taylor, Do tell us at least one designer that makes those comfy and beautiful shirt type dresses! I love them and want one! You are beautiful...