Now, now, we are not mean or anything, but we’re trying our best to look just at least as some super hot celebrities on the red carpet. So what are we supposed to do when this happens :
At a recent event, Jessica Simpson and Deborah Norville (the newscaster) both wore the same outfit – a wild print dress from Michael Kors (at app 1600$).
Two separates occasions (also in time and space) – Hayden Panettiere at an event in september and Jane Seymour at a premiere – same dress signed by Dina Bar-El (at app 500$).
Two premieres – Mandy Moore at Dedication and Halle Berry at What We Lost in the Fire – same Dolce & Gabbana dress.
The same Temperley London ‘Mini Pegasus’ Dress (at app. 2500$) both in Mischa Barton and Jennifer Lopez.
As we said before, we’re not pointing only the obvious fact that some celebrities stylists are either practically joking at their very famous and rich clients expense, either there’s a new wave hitting the famous : women who want to dress like young girls and young girls who want to look older.
You be the judge of it – casualty or elder/younger wannabes?
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