Who Wore Dolce & Gabbana Better? Catherine Zeta Jones or Sarah Hyland

Back in October 2005, Catherine Zeta Jones hit the red carpet for the LA premiere of ‘The Legend of Zorro’ with co-star Antonio Banderas.

The Welsh beauty looked stunning wearing a Dolce & Gabbana champagne-coloured dress with a lace overlay and a contrasting black lace waistband with a red corsage.

Sarah Hyland would’ve been just 15 when CZJ wore this dress, so we can forgive her re-run of this classic dress at the 2012 Golden Globe Awards last week.

The 21-year-old actress opted to wear her strapless version of the dress without the red corsage, opting for complementary accessories and a wavy low-slung bun.

Catherine’s red corsage really bothers me upon seeing Sarah’s cleaner version, so Sarah wins for me.

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9 thoughts on “Who Wore Dolce & Gabbana Better? Catherine Zeta Jones or Sarah Hyland

  1. Jess2

    As much as I don’t like Sarah Hyland, she looked really gorgeous at the Golden Globes and I much prefer the gown without the corsage so I vote for Sarah

  2. Jones19

    It also looks like Catherine is wearing straps while Sarah went sans straps. I much prefer Sarah’s cleaner look as well, that red corsage is overly fussy.

  3. Vicky

    I understand why CZJ went with the straps, she needs more support than SH, unfortunately they become more of a distraction when seeing the dress without them.

  4. Holly

    I’m guessing the corsage was for Remembrance day, the timing fits and its the first thing I thought of when I saw it

  5. Nat39

    While I do prefer Sarah´s strapless version, lovely silhouette, and clean complementary styling, the gown suits sensuous mature sexy Catherine better. Sarah looks a bit like a kid trying on her sexy mom´s clothes.


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