Romance and Fashion on the Rockies
As Jillian Harris and the bachelors head out for their tour of the Canadian Rockies, the intrigue is about to get as thick as the fog in the movie version of Murder on the Orient Express. During the journey, three bachelors will be eliminated with each one possibly being let off at a different station.
Jillian has recovered from Ed’s departure and is ready to move on with one-on-one dates. First one-on-one is with Robby in a private dining caboose (no rose, he’s too young). Later in the trip, it’s snowboarding at Lake Louise with Reid (he gets a rose). For the group date, Jillian and the six bachelors hit the trails for a snowshoe romp, followed by cozy chats in front of a roaring fire. Meanwhile, Jake and the rest of the bachelors are seething as Wes confides why he joined the show (and it’s not about Jillian).
Bundled up in rugged winter wear, Jillian is still scoring fashion points with softer touches added by the show’s stylist, Cary Fetman. A waist cinching belt with gold details kicks up her plaid button-up, while an animal print scarf brightens a grey knitted vest (fashion courtesy of Aritzia, RW&Co, Stella & Dot).
At the final rose ceremony in an exclusive mountain lodge in Banff, Jillian in an LBD wonders about Tanner’s intentions. Of course, everyone else wonders about Tanner’s intentions regarding Mango Mango nail polish (Tanner P. recently discussed his foot fetish and manties disclosure on his last episode of the Bachelorette). No luck, he gets eliminated along with Jake (perhaps, the next bachelor?). The five remaining bachelors walk off into the snowy sunset, as they get ready to introduce their families to Jillian (sneak peek here).
Romance of the Rails
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