The Real Housewives of Potomac may be the newest 'Wives on the block, but that didn't stop them from bringing their fashion "A Game" to their first ever reunion. All six of the 'Wives embraced their inner bombshells with sparkly, metallic designer gowns, big jewels, and, as Robyn Dixon would say, "amped up hair." Decked out head to toe in pieces from notable designers such as Marc Jacobs, Bob Mackie, and Pamella Roland, the Potomac Housewives didn't disappoint for their Reunion debut.
Get all the deets from the 'Wives below with a closer look at all their gorgeous gowns. From color, cut, and all over style, find out why they went with their dress. If this is any sort of preview for what's to come, we can bet that the #RHOP Reunion will be one of the best Real Housewives reunions yet!
1. Katie Rost in vintage Bob Mackie
Katie Rost: "I tried on a lot of gowns and almost every single one of them looked perfect. It was so hard to decide because, literally, they all looked so good. The one that I choose, I think, it was the best out of all of them. I feel like I'm going to the Oscars. I'm really excited. I think that it shows off my figure the best and it allows me to sit comfortably."
2. Ashley Darby in Marc Jacobs
Ashley: "Well, for my dress, my two greatest assets are my breasts and my legs. And my booty, but you can't show you're booty while you're sitting. So, I needed to make sure there was something that really let my girls shine. My dress is very complementary to the ta-ta’s. Yes, very nice. The plunge goes down to my navel almost. I live for it, yeah! It's a Marc Jacobs gown. It's so nice, it fits the body and exenuates the curves."
3. Gizelle Bryant in Vivienne Westwood
Gizelle Bryant: "The stylist Eric Archibald and he is fantastic! So, he recommended this Vivienne Westwood beautiful, gold ball gown and I love it. It was easy because as soon as I saw it, I was like, 'That's it!'"
4. Charrisse Jackson-Jordan in Donna Karan
Charrisse Jackson Jordan: "Well, we have this amazing stylist, Eric Archibald, who pulled several gowns for me. He just has phenomenal talent. It was just hard to decide. The first dress I put on everyone was like, "Oh that's the dress, that's the dress!" And one thing he said on the phone to me were the colors of the dresses. One of the colors that stood out in my head was pewter and I was like, "I'm not wearing pewter!" Well, guess what? I'm wearing a pewter dress! And it's beautiful, I feel good in it. The first one I put on was one of my favorite colors which was a gold color and the one we thought was going to be the dress. But for fun, we tried on three more and we loved all of them, but the pewter one, I was just a different person in it. So, we thought it was the best option for me. It's by Donna Karen, oh yeah! I thought I was going to be a little Givenchy, but, I'm going with Donna. It'll sit!"
5. Robyn Dixon in Rene Ruiz
Robyn Dixon: "Picking the dress, it was actually very easy. I didn't have to spend a whole lot of time debating or going back and forth. It was crazy, every dress that the stylist had for me was beautiful. So, the first dress that I tried on, I was like, "Oh, this is nice! This is it!" And then I tried on the next one and was like, "Oh, no, this is nice!" And then the next one was, 'Okay, this is it!' So, it was one of those where they were all nice, but, the one that I settled on, it was like, 'Okay, this one is the winner.' It was just a very definite choice."
6. Karen Huger in Pamella Roland
Karen Huger: "I'm wearing a fabulous, fabulous gown. A gold color, Roland is the designer. I'll be wearing Jimmy Choo shoes. The dress is so spectacular that you don't ned to have a lot of jewlry hanging off of it because it is a jewel. I'm basically gonna pour myself into the dress old school style and hang in there all day...in a gown...for twelve hours."
Get an even deeper dive into the Reunion below with behind the scenes shots!
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