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Kerry Washington Wears 2 Dresses In 1 Day For ‘Django Unchained’

Tue, January 8, 2013 5:51pm EDT by 1 Comment

The stylish actress showed off not one, but two fabulous frocks while promoting the film in Berlin — which look did you like better? VOTE.

Kerry Washington never ceases to amaze us with her all of her different looks while on a whirlwind press tour promoting her latest movie, Django Unchained. The lovely gal keeps the unique ensembles comin’ — and we are adoring them all! While it’s hard to choose not one but two amazing ensembles to wear in one day, the 35-year-old pulled off her frock swap flawlessly. The star donned two beautiful dresses on Jan. 8, and we can’t decide which one she looks better in — can you?

Kerry stunned at the Berlin photocall at Hotel de Rome in a white-and-ivory Louis Vuitton frock from the Spring 2013 collection. To match the dress, she donned a white headband with a cute bow, white Christian Louboutin pumps, and a little black Vince Camuto bag. Her side-swept bangs, half-up ‘do and entire ensemble gave her a chic, old-fashioned look. Saying she looks incredible would be an understatement.

On the same day at the CineStar Potsdamer Platz in Germany, Kerry came out wearing a Spring 2012 J. Mendel gown. The sleeveless floral-printed frock features ruffles at the hem and a completely open back. A bright pink lip is the perfect way to bring out the pinks in the dress, and her black clutch accentuates the tiny parts that are black in the print. What an amazing start to 2013! This is only the beginning of her ensembles for premieres and photocalls for the new movie, Django Unchained.

Look out for more of her ensembles, and buy your tickets today for Django Unchained, which is currently in theaters. Comment on what you think of her looks, and VOTE on which ensemble she really rocked the red carpet in.

Victoria Brophy

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