Kim Kardashian VS Rihanna: Who Wore Givenchy Better?!





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Published on Jul 18, 2012

Kim Kardashian VS Rihanna: Who Wore Givenchy Better?!
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Kim Kardashian and Rihanna are both what I'd like to say power players in the fashion world—so it's a blunder that they stepped out in the same dress, but since they did we've broken down the details and want to know who you think wore it better.

Let's start with RiRi who rocked this classy dress just a week ago while attending her grandmother's funeral in New York City. The dresses price point is nothing less than a pretty penny—it retails for over a thousand dollars but it did fit the star perfectly.

She accessorized the Givency long sleeve number very minimally—which is pretty out of character for Rihanna, but considering the occasion she kept the look pretty muted.

She only wore two delicate necklaces, simple studs and a few rings! She gave herself some added height with gold ankle strap heels!

And Kim Kardashian wore the matching frock to a little less somber occasion—the opening of her Dash store in Los Angeles! Kim was all smiles in the frock while arriving alongside an entourage of security and her beau Kanye West!

To give the dress a little added pizzaz, considering the dress is very classy and elegant, Kim decided to wear Christian Louboutin python pumps that retail for $1,295 giving her a pricey look for the grand opening!

Like Rihanna, Kim kept the jewelry minimal with just a few dainty necklaces and not much else!

She pulled back her locks into a signature Kim slicked back ponytail and ditched the natural makeup she wore in Paris for a more dramatic smokey eye!

I'm Brianna Baxter, thanks for watching!


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