Dan Lawson's Top Outfits from "Sticky Content"

1. The slightly off red color helped create a slightly

1. 1. The slightly off red color helped create a slightly "off" sense to the scene.

This maroon deep "V" neck dress with elbow length ruffled sleeve detail is by Alexander McQueen. I thought the exaggerated shoulders were great and when added to the deep "V" neck, the exaggerated shoulders and the slightly off (but beautiful) red color, helped create a slightly "off" sense to the scene where Alicia was not able to replicate the quality of her interview from the previous day. She looks great in the dress, but all the design details helped keep her away from being direct and powerful in the scene.
2. The fullness of the body gave a nice swing to her step.

2. 2. The fullness of the body gave a nice swing to her step.

I just loved this coat on Diane. It is a dark tan unlined double faced cashmere coat with large collar by Donna Karan. The large collar really framed her face and the fullness of the body gave a nice swing to her step.
3. All I have to say is clean and sleek!

3. 3. All I have to say is clean and sleek!

This Martin Margiela pale pink wool coat was the perfect color for guest star Connie Nielson, who plays Ramona Lytton.
4. The two parts I love the most?  The pockets and the skinny navy leather belt

4. 4. The two parts I love the most? The pockets and the skinny navy leather belt

Again, clean and sleek rules the day for Ramona in this navy blue wool Akris dress. The two parts I love the most? The pockets and the skinny navy leather belt that just sets the dress off perfectly.
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5. 5. More "wife" like and less politico

Alicia wore this forest green silk front panel dress with black skirt by Jason Wu for the interview with Peter where she needed to appear more "wife" like and less politico.
6. I loved the draped, elegant neck and the stunning color.

6. 6. I loved the draped, elegant neck and the stunning color.

It looked great with the Dolce & Gabbana black wool and velvet coat that she wore to the park to talk to Frank Prady, played by David Hyde Pierce. I loved the draped, elegant neck and the stunning color with Julianna's eyes as well as the slightly Old Hollywood/retro feel to the dress.