Carey Mulligan V. Molly Simms: Who Looked Red Hot In Prabal Gurung?

Fri, June 10, 2011 5:23pm EDT by Add first Comment
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Both gals donned the same red Prabal Gurung frock — but who wore it better?

It seems like the phrase “so last year” can’t be used to describe all fashion statements, especially for these two bombshells! Back in 2010, English actress Carey Mulligan, who we recently saw in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, rocked the dress with simple black pumps and a patterned Roger Vivier clutch at the British Independent Film Awards.

Just last month at 2011’s World Ocean Day, Molly Simms was spotted in the same frock. She switched up the look with a simple black clutch and nude open-toed shoes. The Sports Illustrated model looked more like she was ready for a summer night while Mulligan had more of a winter look.

I think the color complemented Molly’s sun-kissed skin and natural glow, while Carey was a bit too pale. The red seemed too much, especially with light lips, making her look washed out.

What do you think? Who wore it better?

–Amber Belus

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