They re both California girls, but when it comes to how they wear this leather Celine dress, the stars seem to be from different planets. chooses a much looser, longer fit, but the keeps up with her family’s dress code: short, tight and sexy.
The star of The Spectacular Now styles her floral A.L.C. top with fitted skinnies and a tailored blazer. , however, isn’t familiar with the words fitted or tailored and pairs the printed blouse with billowy striped pants.
Old MacDonald had a farm, and on that farm and duked it out in these Big Star USA overalls. Not surprisingly, they style them very differently, with the actress looking so 2013 and the singer bringing back 1994 with a crop top and jacket around her waist.
Perhaps the label on this Mara Hoffman mini reads: Wear with boots and tons of boho accessories. Because the busy rainbow print doesn’t stop the two ladies from slipping into funky footwear and piling on extras like a chambray blazer, wide-brim fedora and woven belt.
We already know guys love the whole jeans-and-a-tee look, but which actress’s laid-back style is your fave: , who pairs a super-casual white top with ripped Joe’s Jeans, or Debby, who adds a hipster twist via a baseball cap and desert booties.
They’re probably not the first two celebs to wear the same exact bras, but this is the first time we can actually see it. bares her midriff in the T by Alexander Wang piece, but covers up by layering it under a white J Brand vest.
We can all agree that if MC Hammer owned these printed Parker pants, he’d win the Faceoff. But for now, let’s just decide between , who adds a patterned top, and , who tones down the bold pants with a solid tank.
First, there’s the supermodel way to wear this tie-dye Proenza Schouler top: with a double-slit skirt and studded Chloé booties. Then there’s the supermom way to wear it: with cuffed jeans and brown oxfords.
It’s surprising that an actress whose wardrobe includes this and a star who wears outfits like this own the same floral Balenciaga dress. keeps it simple with black peep-toes, while Chloë stays true to her edgy style, adding a pair of pink Balenciaga booties and a coral clutch.
Bustier bodice. Cutouts. Sounds like something from closet. But it’s actually found in the closets of two Hollywood moms: the , who tops her white Willow gown with gold accessories, and the , who skips the bling altogether.
The structural bows on the actresses’ Lanvin designs deserve their own area codes! But that doesn’t stop the ladies from piling on high-drama extras like a statement cuff (on Gemma) and glitter-dusted Christian Louboutin pumps (on Kenya).
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They both sing, they both act, they both love a tricked-out LBD. picks a vintage Versace mini with major Fifty Shades appeal, while The Vampire Diaries star chooses a slightly less dominatrix-inspired version of the dress and adds studded booties.
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Since these stunning actresses each look amazing in this green Reed Krakoff number and they both go light on the accessories, you might have to make the decision based on their hairstyles – soft waves on Freida and a center-parted pony on .
Are the (fashion) odds in favor of The Hunger Games star or the American Idol alum in this Beckley By Melissa jacket? Elizabeth shows a lotta leg by pairing the leather topper with an animal-print mini, but flaunts leg and abs with a crop top and flare skirt.
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If we were going to splurge on this Chloé skirt, we’d be torn over which color to buy it in: yellow like the one wears with a loose blouse and chunky brown sandals, or coral, which Maria styles with a sleeveless blue top and yellow pumps.
Your computer screen may burst into flames due to the out-of-control hotness factor of this faceoff. chooses a white version of the whiplash-inducing Roberto Cavalli stunner, and the pro poser opts for black, which really makes the sequins pop.
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Maybe these three are in some sort of Sisterhood of the Traveling Leather Dress club? If so, we want to join so we can try this Kymerah Sora bustier number. If they let us in, we’d promise to wear it with black heels too, just like these members.
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In world, these bold J Brand bottoms require an even bolder topper (re: her black-and-white checkered Saint Laurent moto jacket). On the safe side of the style spectrum, Stacy teams the same coated skinnies with a solid black blazer and graphic tee.
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If these ladies were competing in a “Best Glow” competition, we’d be totally stuck, because they both look radiant in this printed Parker mini. Jamie wears hers with ankle-strap sandals and side-swept curls, while Olivia goes for platform pumps and a pony.
We could say that making the call on this Faceoff is all about choosing which shoes (gold python or yellow) and hairstyle (beachy waves or pompadour) go best with this Stella McCartney jumpsuit, but let’s be honest: It really comes down to how much skin you prefer to see under those cutouts.
For many moms, a casual outfit means jeans and a tee. For these Hollywood moms, it equals this floral Ella Moss romper. The supermodel goes easy on the add-ons, heavy on the skin-baring, while the adds a floppy hat and hot-pink cardi.
We already know 68% of you are obsessed with the lace heel trend. Now we want to know how you think these Nicholas Kirkwood shoes should be worn: with a bold printed dress like Soairse’s Mary Katrantzou one or a white skirt and crop top as selects.
We get it: It’s hard to focus on anything except, well, you know. But try to concentrate and decide whether this sequin KaufmanFranco design look better with an updo and strappy sandals on the or loose waves and platforms on the .
Same top. Totally different bottoms. Freida pairs her colorful Zadig & Voltaire shirt with yellow skinnies, while goes for green cargo pants (not jeans, Jess?!). What the actresses both seem to agree on: neutral sandals.
We’re not surprised that these style risk-takers selected the same cleavage-baring Emilio Pucci jumpsuit. But the fact that they both paired it with velvet accessories (a navy baseball cap for Rita and in blue Louboutin pumps) is something no one could have predicted.
When these preppy LOFT pants become part of your fall wardrobe (at under under $80, we know they will), how do you plan to style them? With a white topper and ankle booties like the Celeb Style Council member or a red blouse and pumps like the actress?
Did Michael Kors make this dress just for supermodels? Because it looks like one must meet catwalk guidelines (tall frame, willowy limbs, great hair) to rock it. wears hers with a feather belt and black strappy sandals, while Rosie chooses a simpler waist-cincher and white pumps.
After seeing the model wear her paisley-print Isabel Marant dress with heels, we’re convinced it could be runway-ready. Upon seeing the actress wear it with high-tops, it looks like basketball attire. And considering how much the design costs (think: nearly four figures), you’d have to wear it in both those scenarios, plus many more, to make the cost-per-wear justifiable.
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Distressed: The word we’d use to describe the 7 for All Mankind jeans the model and the actress both have on. Also the word we’d use to describe how we feel about the socks-and-clog-sandals situation on feet.
The British actress unleashes the style power of this leather J Brand jacket with a printed dress and Jimmy Choo booties, while Olivia brings it back to its rock ‘n’ roll roots with a tee, skinny jeans and biker boots.
The looks like a resident of the Hunger Games’s Capitol in this cutout Alexander McQueen number, thanks to full-length gloves, face paint and platform booties. Back on Earth, the actress adds regular old makeup and more traditional accessories.
Now that we know how cute this chain-embellished Princess Vera Wang for Kohl’s top looks with skinnies and a miniskirt, we’re probably going to nab one for ourselves. And for 30 bucks, you should do the same right after you vote.
The last time two stars went head-to-head in a bright red jumpsuit (Christina vs. Jennifer), there was a clear winner. But will there be such an obvious frontrunner in this battle of the Max Mara onesies?
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Once you recover from the décolletage-induced trance you’re currently in, vote on whether this J. Mendel cutout dress looks better in the dark monochromatic look goes for, or white with black accessories as Amy selects.
Colorful shoes. Loose waves. Similar poses. We wonder if Bella taped a photo of Jada to her mirror while getting ready. The main difference is that, although they each add bold kicks to their feminine Blumarine minis, the young star slips into mint pumps and the Hollywood veteran opts for red-and-pink cage sandals.
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Hot or iced coffee isn’t the only thing these stars differ on. They wear their stripes uniquely too. The supermodel pairs her Splendid tee with floral skinnies, but the actress plays it a bit safer, balancing her shirt with a solid white skirt.
On the one hand, if you’re going to wear an emerald sequin DVF gown with a hood, aren’t you sort of obligated to wear the hood up? On the other hand, is it weird to wear a hood up at a red carpet event?
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To pull off this bathing-suit inspired Etro dress, it appears one requires the following a.) blonde hair, b.) a very toned body, and c.) serious style cojones. (And you probably want sunscreen if you’re gonna wear it outside – those tan lines!)