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I thought this might be a fun game we can play, putting two similar fashion items together from different vendors and voting on who did it best.

 

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@BritishGirl

I think you might get a lot of "NEITHER" votes on this one.

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Halston is more flattering. Would offset the pear shape, and the GILI gives the model a pear shape.

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Who did it "better" might be the way to think about these. I am not a fan of uneven hems and like a looser cowl-like neckline. For those reasons, I'd vote for the design on the right. 

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Both are a big OMG NO!

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@BritishGirl wrote:

I thought this might be a fun game we can play, putting two similar fashion items together from different vendors and voting on who did it best.

 

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 NEITHER. Not something I would EVER wear.

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I wouldn't ever have worn either, but the one on the right would hide better under another sweater or jacket.  Way too much going on in that Halston piece -  hem, sleeves, neckline are all out for me.

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Neither scream my name but I would take the Halston between the two.  It is just more interesting to me. 

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Neither strikes my fancy. A chunky sleeveless winter weight sweater..why bother? It's about as sensible as a pair of chunky knit shorts.

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They both look like styles from the 80's.