Your argument literally spans 20 years and 5 different rebrands for the women. Sable was a sexpot for the men to stare at (see: objectified) while Carmella is dressed like a discount Instagram model for the girls and gays. It’s really just following the trends of women’s fashion and beauty through the years with consideration given to who the performer’s target audience is. Sable became a household name, but very clearly is a character the writers modeled off of women like Pamela Anderson and other women who they knew would get their primarily male audience excited. Carmella, to some of us, looks tacky, but a lot of young girls & dumb men who like any woman out of their league actually like that style and find it attractive. A 1998 “diva” is not a 2008 “diva” is not a 2018 “diva.” Or, do you think Carmella should go out and show her tits on TV-PG programming every week...?