Courteney Cox V. Kate Moss! Who Looked Sexier In Snakeskin?

Mon, August 22, 2011 3:45pm EDT by 1 Comment

Who looked more lovely in Lanvin? VOTE!

Whether summery with strappy sandals or paired with a chic blazer, both Courteney Cox and Kate Moss took a walk on the wild side in Lanvin’s python-print frock — but which look did you like better?

The Cougar Town star opted for a more casual, summer look when she paired her dress with a belt and sandals, while the stylish supermodel chose to dress it up with a white blazer and pointy Louboutin heels, giving it a bit of her signature edge.

While both stars look fabulous per usual, for me Kate gets the win. Her white blazer over the animal-print Lanvin frock adds a sweet and chic vibe to her lavish look. While I do appreciate Courtney’s effort to keep her get-up comfortable, Kate’s cool edge totally won me over.

Yes, confidence is a woman’s best accessory — but sometimes beauty is pain, right?

Who do YOU think wore it better? Vote below!

— Nicole Karlis

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Sarah

Posted at 9:10 PM on September 20, 2011  

Courtney Cox,
you know you love me,
xoxo Gossip Girl

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