Playing The "Who Wore It Best" Game

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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.

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Think of this more as a primer on how to differentiate with accessories! Here's Jaime King in the basic version.

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Nicky Hilton adds a belt.

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Meanwhile, here's Brooke Burke's version of this cat-scratch feverish number.

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Carmen Electra mixes it up with a belt and jacket.

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Nikki Reed also falls for the animal print — albeit one from the land of Stickerbook.

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Agyness Deyn goes totally nautical.

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Eva Pigford charms in stripes.

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Alice Amter demonstrates the glamorous potential of wide-leg trousers.

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There is a reason no one else wore Mena Suvari's getup. It's one way to guarantee uniqueness.

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Say 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.)

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