With a limited number of ‘it’ dresses and a multitude of celebrities, it’s inevitable that sometimes, shock horror, celebs will be seen in the same ensemble. Here we take a close look at celebrity style and in particular, these style twins. In a bid to make every look individual, we show you how the help of some unique accessories would win the style war every time.
Michelle Yeoh Vs. Elizabeth Olsen
This week in who wore it better it’s a real case of screen star vs. rising star as these two very beautiful ladies wear one very beautiful dress in two very different ways.
Starting with rising starlet Elizabeth Olsen. Stepping out of her famous sisters fashion shadow with a recent medley of interesting ensembles, Elizabeth proves her fashion prowess with this beautiful Valentino number. With her loose waves keeping well with the twenties vibe of the frock, her ‘less is more’ theory when it comes to accessories leaves us a little cold. We would have liked to see some arm bling, like Joanna Dahdah’s Stacking Pave Bangles to make the outfit pop a little. As one to watch in the Hollywood stakes, Elizabeth could have stepped out of the safe box a little and we think that the fantastically funky Medusa Necklace by Suzanna Dai would be just the ticket.
Former Bond girl and Malaysian beauty Michelle Yeoh is no stranger to the red carpet, yet her choice of accessories in this case would lead us to believe otherwise. With her watch and bracelets far too heavy for this delicate, beaded ensemble, we would have swapped these for one more statement worthy piece. However, it’s not really the jewelry that bothers us most with her beautiful bag fading into oblivion by matching it too closely to the shade of her dress. Had she asked us, we would have steered her in the direction of Wilbur & Gussie’s Edith Gold Weave Clutch. The perfect hue to both melt marvelously into her ensemble while still standing out in true style.
So who is our winner? Inching just slightly ahead, our winner this week is the very lovely Elizabeth Olsen. What say you?