Playing The "Who Wore It Best" Game

It's probably to be expected that at a brand-focused event like "UK Style By French Connection Celebrates Lexington Social House Launch" two people should wear the same dress. But two double-takes? It was a jungle in there.


Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSThink of this more as a primer on how to differentiate with accessories! Here's Jaime King in the basic version.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSNicky Hilton adds a belt.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSMeanwhile, here's Brooke Burke's version of this cat-scratch feverish number.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSCarmen Electra mixes it up with a belt and jacket.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSNikki Reed also falls for the animal print — albeit one from the land of Stickerbook.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSAgyness Deyn goes totally nautical.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSEva Pigford charms in stripes.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSAlice Amter demonstrates the glamorous potential of wide-leg trousers.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSThere is a reason no one else wore Mena Suvari's getup. It's one way to guarantee uniqueness.

Playing The "Who Wore It Best" GameSSay what one will about evening leggings, Kim Lee's are less than flattering in the front-bottom department. (That's a revolting term I saw in an issue of British Cosmo circa 2001. I don't think it ever caught on.)