Who Wore Julien Macdonald Better? Cheryl Cole or Alex Curran

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Former WAG Cheryl Cole (Tweedy) and current WAG Alex Curran (Gerrard) have been spotted wearing the same Julien Macdonald chiffon lace pleated gown from the Fall 2010 collection within weeks of each other.

Cheryl wore the mini dress with a flowing train when she arrived at the 2010 Glamour Women Of The Year Awards in London 2½ weeks ago.

Her custom nude dress was accessorized with a sparkling grey VBH clutch and Jimmy Choo Quinze embellished booties.

When I first saw Cheryl in this dress I wished she had worn the runway version.

After seeing it on Alex I’m really glad she didn’t, as the all nude feels more delicate and ethereal, compared to the harshness of Alex’s look.

Alex was spotted leaving the Mayfair Hotel in London enroute to Elton John’s “White Tie and Tiara Ball” wearing the slightly modified runway dress last night.

This is not the first time Alex has been spotted wearing the same dress as a WAG further up the food chain.

She wore the same yellow RM by Roland Mouret dress 9 days after Queen WAG Victoria Beckham.

As these dresses are from the Fall 2010 collection, they are not currently in store so I’m guessing Alex had to request the dress.

I would like to think that Alex believes she’s wearing a totally different dress, but I’m sure she knows it’s essentially the same.

Every time I try to give Alex some credit for her style it seems that she copies the style of whoever it hot at that moment.

She done Victoria Beckham, Rihanna now she’s moved onto Cheryl. Damn even her hair swept to one side is the same.

I much prefer the dress and make-up on Cheryl, so she wins for me.

Credit:, Bauer Griffin & Xposure

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