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Who wore it better? Kim K. vs Miranda Kerr

It's a fashion face-off of epic proportions: Miranda Kerr against Kim Kardashian West. The two fashion icons wore a Stella McCartney LBD, but they styled their looks differently.
This little black dress is incredibly busy. There are swirls of mesh and a thigh slit and a high-neck. Miranda kept the styling simple with classic black pumps and minimal accessories. She also pulls her hair up to allow people to focus on her dress.
Kim Kardashian West chose to keep her hair down with no accessories. She wore black open-toed heels with ankle straps. She went for a smoky-eyed look with dark eye makeup.

So who wore it better?

Miranda Kerr!

Miranda's up-do looks much better with the intricate dress and doesn't overcrowd her outfit. The ankle straps on Kim's shoes make her legs look shorter, while Miranda's pumps elongate her legs. Miranda's red lips provide a pop of color, while Kim needs a little bit of color to add some flair to the outfit. Sorry Kim, I think Miranda knocked it out of the park on this one!
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I like Miranda's shoes better and I like the gold clutch with it but I think the dress itself looks better on Kim
@jordanhamilton you are correct that the open toe style is way sexy and totally appropriate for summer.
@jordanhamilton Yes, I'm starting to see that the dress definitely fit Kim better. I think I still like the pump better on Miranda though :)
As much as I try not to be a Kim K stan, she always slays. I can't help but say she wore it better. Her curves made it work!
Mannnn I just don't like that dress at all....
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