Both Kylie Jenner and Paris Hilton rocked ensembles with crazy plunging necklines! Although Kylie wore a blue and white pantsuit on June 15 and Paris wore a similar ensemble in a dress version on July 10 — they both wore the SAME designer, Alon Livne. Who do you think wore the plunging neckline better? VOTE!
The plunging neckline is a trend that is hotter than ever and we’ve seen this style appear all over the red carpet. Paris Hilton, 33, and Kylie Jenner, 16, both rocked Alon Livne ensembles recently, complete with plunging necklines. So, who do you think wore it better — Paris and Kylie? Did you like Kylie’s pantsuit ensemble for the MMVAs or do you prefer Paris’ dress? Let us know who wins the battle of the cleavage!
Kylie Jenner Vs. Paris Hilton Plunging Neckline Battle: Who Wore It Better?
This one is a really tough call because although the ensembles are very similar, they are quite different! First off, both celebs look fabulous and really nailed their looks, including the plunging necklines.
With Kylie, the blue and white coloring looked great on her as she co-hosted the Much Music Video Awards on June 15. We loved how it wasn’t a pantsuit you normally see on celebs.
But we can all agree that the plunging neckline was the biggest statement of the outfit. Was the pantsuit ensemble with the cleavage-baring neckline a little too revealing for this young star?
On July 10, Paris Hilton was spotted wearing a similar Alon Livne look at a release party for Come Alive in West Hollywood, Calif. Paris showed off her svelte figure in this sexy blue dress, which included a very cleavage-heavy neckline.
The blue dress looked great on Paris and complimented her blond locks and baby blue eyes perfectly! We also loved how she choose to rock a classy braid in her hair that looked fab!
Although the dress featured a sheer skirt, the Alon Livne dress showing off Paris’ long legs wasn’t too much on display like Kylie’s pantsuit. It was sexy and chic.
So, who rocked the plunging neckline better — Paris or Kylie? Did you like the neckline better in a pantsuit or in a dress version? Let us know below and VOTE.
— Morgan McCarthy