Celebrity Look 4 Less – Lindsay Lohan & Khloe Kardashian in Hervé Léger

by Irina on February 7, 2009

Back in June 2006, wild child Lindsay Lohan sported a beautiful black and white Hervé Léger bandage dress when she attended the Cartier and Interview Magazine’s Charity Love Bracelet Party. Lindsay wore her hair in a loose updo and accessorized with Cartier jewels, a black clutch and black slingback peep-toes. More than a year later in October 2007, Khloe Kardashian wore the same black and white Hervé frock to the premiere of “Keeping up with the Kardashians” which she teamed with silver bracelets and black peep-toe Louboutin pumps. Carmen Electra wore a taupe version of the dress at NYC Fashion Week in 2007.

Lindsay Lohan and Khloe Kardashian wearing a black and white Hervé Léger dress

I prefer the dress on Lindsay because a) she accessorized better b) her updo allows to see more of the dress and c) because the dress hugs her in all the right places whereas I do not think that it flatters Khloe’s body shape very much. But what do you think?

Who wore Hervé Léger better?

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BCBG Black and White Satin Cocktail Dress

If you liked Lindsay’s and Khloe’s black and white Hervé Léger dress, but don’t want to spend a fortune, try this BCBG monochrome satin bandage dress. The dresses are almost identical except for the material and the straps. Max Azria is the chef designer of both BCBG and Hervé Léger, so I guess this cheaper knockoff version is his take on Hervé Léger 4 Less.

BCBG Black and White Satin Cocktail Dress

BCBG Black and White Satin Stretch Cocktail Dresspjx
($288, eDressMe)

Posted in: Carmen Electra,Celebrity Looks 4 Less,Dresses,Hervé Léger,Khloe Kardashian,Lindsay Lohan,Real vs. Steal,Red Carpet

  • felipe

    Lindsay looks 100 times better than that other girl, whom ever she is.

  • Christine

    I have a very similar dress to the BCBG one that I bought at Bebe in April 2011. It was on clearance for an amazing price, only $80.

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