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Friday, March 9, 2012

WHO WORE IT BEST!! ??

ahhhaaa.. I get to have my own edition of who wore it best!!!... *rubs hands together* In my internet style search I ran across of a pic of Kristin Cavallari from the Hills wearing a cream long sleeve Olcay Gulsen Open back dress to her shoe launch with Chinese Laundry in October, 2011 ...and Immediately I recognized it as the same dress I put Angela in for HER PeTA ad launch party in September, 2011... Meaning Angela wore it first (*Whoot whoot*.. )...Sooo I figured we have a friendly "who wore it best" competition...
They both kept it clean and simple.. Angela with a huge cocktail ring, some classic gold Giuseppe Zanotti pumps and her long mane of hair to go with her PeTA theme.....while Kristin kept with the nude theme of the dress and wore nude pumps and a nude clutch with her Hair pulled in a bun.....

SOOOOO GUYSSS WHO DO YOU THINK WORE IT BEST ??? :-D

 KRISTIN CAVALLARI AT HER SHOE LAUNCH IN OCTOBER, 2011

ANGELA SIMMONS AT HER PETA AD LAUNCH IN SEPTEMBER, 2011!!!!

soooo....THOUGHTS!!! ( with no bias of course ;-) )
4 comments on "WHO WORE IT BEST!! ??"
  1. Angela wore it best because her shape filled it out better (unbiased)

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  2. Ang. Duh! haha I agree with Ambrigail

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  3. hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmn........i'd say 50/50,tho Angela's gold pumps kind of gave it dat extra umphhh...

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  4. This is a tough one.

    I would say 51/49 (51 for Kristen)
    Kristin's presentation from the front view is very pristine, love the earrings (bold, makes a statement), like the fact that her hair is pulled back (elegance), not really a fan of nude on cream, playing it too safe. I think that's where angela did better, in picking her shoes. The jewelry angela has on her neck could have been done without.Angela's body definitely fills up the dress better, her hair down makes it suitable for the occasion *gives the entire look a fun/party girl vibe*. They both look great but kristin is my pick.

    Decisions like these are subjective tough.

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