Who Wore Chanel Better…Rosie Huntington-Whiteley or Miley Cyrus?

Who Wore Chanel Better Rosie Huntington-Whiteley or Miley Cyrus

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore a strapless striped Chanel jumpsuit to the Chanel Pre-Oscars Dinner back in February.

She looked stunning and elegant in this Chanel creation, which she styled with a Chanel pearl necklace, a black Chanel ‘Lego’ clutch and a very subtle pink lipstick.

Since cutting her hair into a very short pixie cut, Miley Cyrus’ fashion choices have become riskier and bolder.

She wore the same jumpsuit while attending the Seacrest Studios event held at CHOC Children’s Hospital in California last month. She did not over-accessorize it, completing the look with a plain gold choker and bright-red lipstick.

Rosie was effortlessly elegant in this look whereas Miley looks like she had more fun with it, so Miley wins for me.

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10 thoughts on “Who Wore Chanel Better…Rosie Huntington-Whiteley or Miley Cyrus?

  1. justme

    I don’t like Rosie’s styling but I can’t vote for Miley either because that lipstick doesn’t work on her face, not even a little bit.

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  2. Gauri

    Rosie, undeniably. There is something off about Miley’s look in the jumpsuit. Either its the red pout or maybe her short height. Jumpsuits in any case look amazing on tall women. Rosie has the right attitude for it too. On Miley its looking a prison suit with her hair like that.. But for Rosie, its looking like a ‘jumpsuit’- pretty, classy, chic. :) xoxo

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  3. pipsqueak

    Miley! The two looks are very close, frankly. But Rosie has that same old, same old mannequin look in every picture. Miley wins by her attitude.

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  4. Rebecca Z

    I agree with you, FC. It is a fun piece and the fun attitude that Miley brought is a winner for me. I would have liked it even better if her necklace had been less traditional and more playfully avant garde.

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