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[ChanMi's take] Choi Ji-woo VS Choi Kang-hee VS Kim Ok-vin!

2009/12/09 Source

Same dress can look better on another person! Same case even on beautiful celebrities.

Choi Ji-woo, Choi Kang-hee, and Kim Ok-vin have worn the same dress on different events! Kim wore this last May in France for the movie "Thirst". Choi Kang-hee wore it for the Love Your W event for breast cancer awareness last October. Choi Ji-woo wore this for the INSTYLE magazine's September issue!

This dress is the Christian Dior's 2009 Spring/Summer collection dress. The neck and shoulder line is revealed as a tube dress with a floral patterned ribbon! The black color with bright red rose print makes the dress look exceptionally feminine though with a sexy style.

Choi Ji-woo looks very luxurious with the pearl necklace.

Choi Kang-hee wore this on the red carpet with red accessories making herself look very modern!

Kim Ok-vin brought a more bold image with a gold ring and earrings.

Who do you think looks best out of the three?

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