Who wore it better? When it comes to celebrities and their outfit choices, this is a game we can all be guilty of playing at one point or another. One trend we’re seeing a lot of lately is digital print. Since most designer digital prints are out of the budgets of us mere mortals, celebrities tend to be the clothes hangers of choice for these wonderful garments. When it comes to these celebrities and their digital print dresses, you tell me – who wore it better?
Let’s kick off this who wore it better game with one of the biggest celebrities at the moment - Kristen Stewart. She’s also making quite a name for herself in the fashion game and here she wears one of Peter Pilotto’s bright digital print dresses. It’s fun and youthful, which definitely suits her style.
The Duchess of Cambridge is becoming quite a fashion icon. Her demure yet fashionable outfits have won praise from many fashion critics. Here she opts for something more contemporary in a stylish Prabal Gurung digital print dress.
Erdem is another one of those brands that have really mastered the art of the digital print. Emma Watson wears a black and blue mini dress with slight peplum detailing at the waist. She keeps the accessories simple with symmetrical cuffs and black pointed pumps.
Mary Katrantzou has earned herself the title of the Queen of Prints, and with good reason – her digital prints are out of this world amazing. Here, actress Kerry Washington wears a bright and breezy shift dress.
Are you keeping tabs in this who wore it better game? Here we have another contender in the form of actress Rashida Jones. She wears a multicoloured Peter Pilotto digital print dress with matching pink studded heels.
Florals are forever a favourite and a digital print floral dress can be a bold way of wearing this trend. Here, Solange Knowles wear’s a stylish Dolce & Gabanna digital print dress. She keeps her look polished with slicked back hair and elegant accessories.
This game of who wore it better is winding down, and I’ll leave you with probably one of the most divisive looks on this list. January Jones wears an off-the-shoulder Mary Katrantzou number with structured peplum silhouette. Since the dress is quite busy, she keeps the rest of her look fairly simple with swept back hair and minimal accessories.
The digital print trend is here to stay and will probably stay a firm favourite on the red carpet for some while yet. There are quite a few different takes on digital print dresses here, so picking who wore it best might be a bit like comparing apples and oranges. But let’s be cutthroat, when it comes to these celebrities and their digital print dresses, who wore it better?
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