Candice Swanepoel V. Michelle Dockery: Who Was Prettier In Prints?

Thu, March 14, 2013 5:54pm EST by 1 Comment

Both the actress and the model looked vibrant in the bright Peter Pilotto frock — but who do YOU think wore it better? VOTE!

Downton Abbey actress Michelle Dockery, 31, looked nothing like conservative Lady Mary! Sporting a silhouette designed by Peter Pilotto to a Pre-SAG Awards party back on Jan. 26, the star paired the dress with some bright red pumps, along with a bright red pout that really popped. The beauty accessorized the look with a shiny clutch. Michelle wore her hair in a chaotic up-do that off-set the demure feel of the frock. While her look is seriously so bright, can too much color be a bad thing? Regardless, the dress looked fierce and was an excellent choice in terms of showing off the woman’s more diverse and playful style that appears to be evolving.

Leave it to a Victoria’s Secret Angel to steal the show! The always stunning Candice Swanepoel, 24, sported the exact same dress at the debut of the Victoria’s Secret 2013 Swim collection on Mar. 12 in LA. To be fair, anything any of the Angel’s wear is not only going to be instant hit, but an instant motivator to hit the gym! The model flaunted her toned shoulders in the halter dress. Choosing to wear her hair in a polished bun, Candice looked poised and runway ready. The sleek and sexy dress elongated, (as if she needs it!), Candice’s svelte frame. Taking a different route in terms of accessorizing the frock, Candice chose to pair the vivid print with black pumps, which kept the look balanced between sophisticated and trendy.

Who do YOU think wore it better?

Shimriya Richard

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More On Michelle Dockery’s & Candice Swanepoel’s Style:

  1. Candice Swanepoel Lands Victoria’s Secret ‘Swim 2013′ Catalogue Cover
  2. Michelle Dockery Shows Serious Sideboob At 2013 SAG Awards
  3. Michelle Dockery’s Sassy SAG Awards Bob: See Her Hair Makeover

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Posted at 5:57 PM on March 14, 2013  


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