Fashion Faceoff: Three Stars, One Hot Heel

09/26/2012 at 05:00 PM ET

What costs nearly a grand, has the ability to turn heads and can be found in the closets of Kristen Stewart, Ginnifer Goodwin and Elizabeth Banks? This shoe:

Kirsten Stewart, Ginnifer Goodwin, Elizabeth Banks Startraks; Bauer-Griffin; WireImage; Inset: Courtesy Jimmy Choo

In the past few weeks, these three actresses have stepped out in the Jimmy Choo “Taste” heel from the label’s 2013 cruise collection, and we wouldn’t be surprised if the kicks make appearances on a few more red carpets. After all, they’re a little bit classic, a little bit fashion-forward — and as the three ladies show, they can be worn with a wide range of outfits.

Stewart was the first to don the Choo at an On the Road screening in New York City on Sept. 10. The actress dressed down the sophisticated heel with a menswear-inspired look consisting of A.L.C. trousers, a white blouse and a steel-gray shirt.

Then last week, Goodwin worked them with a two-toned blue Jenny Packham mini and a black clutch at Entertainment Weekly‘s pre-Emmy party in Los Angeles.

Most recently, on Monday night at the Pitch Perfect Hollywood premiere, Banks hit the red carpet in the shoe, pairing it with a body-hugging black satin number.

And if you’ve got $995 to drop, you can be the fourth to rock the heels! Tell us: Who looks hottest in her Jimmy Choos? Vote below!

–Jennifer Cress


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