Both babes opted for busty styles as they stepped out to partake in all the fun on Oscar night, showing off two different versions of the same Walter Mendez dress! Who do you think pulled off the plunging gown better?VOTE.
Thankfully these two stars were attending different Oscar parties on Mar. 3, because their looks were so similar! As we all know, showing up in the same dress as someone else to a party as lavish as the Oscars is a MAJOR fashion faux pas. America’s Got Talent judge Mel B attended Elton John’s 22nd AIDS Foundation Academy Oscar viewing and after party, donning a skin-baring sequin frock that put her assets on full display! Meanwhile, not far away was Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa, who stunned in a more conservative version of the Walter Mendez dress for the Fame and Philanthropy post-Oscars gala in Beverly Hills.
Joanna Krupa’s Oscar Party Dress & Cleavage:
Both of the stars wore very similar steel grey and sequin Walter Mendez gowns to their respective star-studded events — and the provocative frocks embodied the glamour that goes hand-in-hand with fashion’s biggest night of the year. Mel B’s version of the ensemble included sheer inserts surrounded by exquisite lace and sequin detailing, which emphasized the cleavage-baring neckline and continued down the lovely mermaid train. Joanna’s look, on the other hand, included the same form-fitting silhouette and luxe embroidery, while still leaving a little bit to the imagination.
As we all know, both of the reality stars are gorgeous, but there is clearly a winner of this Mendez dress-off! Although we adore former Spice Girls member Mel B, her dress showed off WAY too much skin. Joanna’s more modest version, on the other hand, looked way more pulled together and classy, especially with her chic updo and flawless make-up.
It seems that one of the hottest trends of the Oscar season was a deep, pinging neckline– and these stars proved it in their sexy dresses! What do YOU think of the plunging neckline trend? Which star’s Walter Mendez frock do you prefer?
— Alexandra Pine