This week’s showdown features an explosion of bold patterns. From tulips to leopard and even a woman snapping a picture with her trusty camera, the following prints translated into some real show-stopping outfits. Check out these repetitive looks and then let us know who wore it best.
Double-Take #1: Kris Jenner and Jennifer Lopez in Valentino
The wild print on Valentino’s red hot collared dress helps make it a standout. Kris obviously wanted to make an impression while promoting her cookbook, In the Kitchen with Kris, by slipping on the eye-catching piece. The Kardashian matriarch also sported black tights and black shoes. Jennifer rocked the same shirt dress at Variety’s recent Power of Women event. A black Oroton clutch and Casadei pumps balanced out the look. Did Kris’ tights and heavy footwear or Jennifer’s black accessories tame this ferocious dress?
Double-Take #2: Kiernan Shipka and Harley Viera-Newton in Tanya Taylor
Kiernan has become quite the style star with the young actress repeatedly outshining her more seasoned red carpet compadres. She pared down Tanya Taylor’s snap-happy metallic skirt with a black sleeveless top at Nolan Gould’s birthday party. Keeping the silver theme going, Kiernan added in a watch and ankle strap sandals. Harley went the matchy-matchy route back in September at the Tanya Taylor Spring 2015 show by topping off the skirt with the complementary short sleeve top. Black ankle strap sandals wrapped up the look. Do you prefer the DJ’s coordinated effort or Kiernan’s basic black top and flashy accents?
Double-Take #3: Rashida Jones and Willow Shields in Emanuel Ungaro
Rashida never shies away from clashing patterns, so this busy Emanuel Ungaro Resort 2015 getup at Marie Claire’s 2nd Annual New Guard Lunch suited her style to a T. The tulip print chiffon top and daisy ruffled skirt were capped off by navy pumps. Willow worked the unique tulip print in legging form in August at this year’s Teen Choice Awards. An embellished blue top and Stuart Weitzman Queen pumps rounded out the look. Whose pattern play reigned supreme?