Which Olsen Wears Her White Dress Better?

11/19/2007 at 09:30 AM ET

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The Olsen twins arrived looking more alike than ever to Thursday night’s 7th on Sale gala — matching golden blond updos, smoky eyes and sexy white dresses. Ashley arrived on the arm of Calvin Klein designer Francisco Costa, who called her “super-sexy”, clad in one of his cut-out floor-length t-shirt dresses, while Mary-Kate hung out with Giambattista Valli, who supplied her minidress and towering platforms (we’ve seen those on Mariah Carey and Jessica Biel before too). We think that both young women are looking better than ever — but so similar that it’s hard not to compare! Tell us: Which Olsen wears her white dress better? Ashley in Calvin Klein or Mary-Kate in Giambattista Valli?

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Jamie on

I think that Ashley looks amazing, simple yet stunning. I think Mary-Kate’s dress is over the top, but those shoes make up for it. How can you argue with Giambattista Valli?

Carla on


Missy on

wow. ashley all the way. i dont LOVE the dress but its better than mary-kate’s trash bag and stripper shoes! yuck

Greer on

Why ask this question? There is no doubt in my mind that Ashley looks better. She for once looks great, although a better hairstyle would have been better, but that’s just me.

MK looks awful. First off, she’s wearing a dress that looks like it weighs more then her. Wear something that FITS your body, not something that looks like a potato sack, and those sleeves are awful on her. Those shoes were all wrong, especially for an event. Who where’s those shoes to a Gala? Also, who wants to stick out that badly? White and pink? Mariah Carey’s platforms are much better looking. MK looks so old as well, you can tell in her face and she just looks so malnourished. I do like MK’s hair coloring, for once her roots are dyed and gone, now if only Ashley would do that.

I’ll never understand these girls. Why are they considered fashion icons? For instance, I seen Natalie Portman sporting a short dark pink dress from MK and Ashley’s Elizabeth & James collection and the dress looked great. Now how is it these girls don’t dress as well as they design, or at least wear close to what they design {that’s even if they design it}. I haven’t seen all the pieces of their collection, but I just don’t get these girls. These girls have absolutely no fashion sense in my opinion. They have a lot of money and still can’t buy any sense in fashion and they must not look in the mirror before they leave. The clothes they wear are not inovative at all or different, they are terrible looking with tacky taste, gosh Britney Spears looks better and thats really stretching it.

alexandra on

ashley is so much more classy than her sister in fshion and life. mary-kate seems to be shooting for the more free-spirited, bohemian approach to fashion, but most times she just looks sloppy or in this case cheap…and i am mainly referring to the shoes!

chivon on

ashely no argument there.

Jenna on

ASHLEY ASHLEY ASHLEY!! MK looks rediculous!

Janelle on

Ashley…DEFINITELY… While they are both adults, Ashley looks more mature while Mary-Kate is trying too hard to look “grown up”.

ashley on

she looks like a trashy puffy marshmellow stripper

jojo on

difficult to tell, ashley is more classy, but mk is really original, everybody sees that right?
so i think that tere’s no comparation between bothe of them since the style is totaly different…

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