Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Sigourney and Jamie Lee wore the same dress (!) to the You Again premiere, but like the intergenerational-catfighting portrayed in the film, it's all make-believe! Kristen's uber-cute frock? Cloris's caftan? Not so much.

Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

The teen fashion on display was kind of rad: it felt like the fashion show sequence from Don't Tell Mom The Babysitter's Dead.This is Bella Thorne.


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

And this is Zendaya Coleman!


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Kristen Bell goes vintagey, cheerful and kitschy-pretty.


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Onscreen nemesis Odette Yustman also goes for a sunny palette...but hers is dramatic, goddessy, and stunning.


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Actress Christine Lakin vamps it up in Studio 54-worthy sparkle-motion.


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

The somewhere-in-heaven-my-grandma-approves Award for Matching goes to Alexandra Ella.


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Betty White was also in the running.


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Laura Bell Bundy shows that Mrs. Roper-worthy florals are always a "Do."


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Speaking of the Me Decade, Cloris Leachman takes the "exposed bra" trend to 70s highs (interpret that last word how you choose.)


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

Meagan Holder somehow pulls off what should look like a Giudice daughter's party dress. Maybe it's the sophisticated color?


Red Carpet Subjected To Tragic "Who Wore It Better" IncidentS

The Dress.



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