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Paris Hilton: Better Sexy or Conservative?

01/31/2007 at 01:45 PM ET

Same restaurant (ultra-hip Mr. Chow’s in Beverly Hills), same week, two totally different looks for Paris Hilton. On Friday, the aspiring actress hit the post eatery with on-again boyfriend Stavros Niarchos in a bosom-baring silver minidress and thigh high stockings. But on Monday, the heiress dressed in a conservative, almost-preppy buttondown and black slacks while dining with BFF Nicole Richie. Is the difference in outfit attributable to the difference in dining companions — hot date vs. girls’ night out? Tell us: Should Paris stick to sexy or conservative?

Click here to read more about Paris Hilton in Off the Rack.

Photo: AlphaX/X17, Adrian Varnedoe, A. Than/Pacific Coast News

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AussieFashionista on

I looked at other peoples comments for this blog, but its seems a few are just wanting to put a word out that they hate Paris – im not surprised, we all know she’s overated celebrity!
Lets not forget about fashion style issue here – to me, friday night outfit looks great except the push up bra look, draws too much attention on them that overall appearance and also the headband (I don’t like)
The other, she actually looks good, im impress! Love the gold earrings, bangles, shoes and shirt!She’s pulled it off I think.

heartofgold on

Everyone get a grip about the picture on the left. It’s the bra she’s wearing. And the shirt just enhances that.

I like both looks and it does depend on who your going out with. Although, I’d switch the looks. Use the look on the left for going out with some girlfriends and ready to paint the town red, and the one on the right for my boyfriend. And then I’d wear something naughty for him when we got home :)

blondie11 on

no one really cares how she looks either way because shes still paris hilton. She is always trashy looking and thinks shes so great when shes not. All of us have to work to get where we are we dont just have our daddy to carry us through life. SHE SUCKS!!!!!!!

kate on

she looks like a bird

Rosie on

Try putting a bag over it!

bianca on

i think that she looks fine in both and i would wear them as a matter of fact……..depending on were ur going is how you dress…ever thought about that?!?!?!?!?

Andrea on

paris looks way better conservative

Nora on

I’m not well-endowed but I can easily make my boobs look like that by wearing a bra that pushes them upwards and closer together. And I agree with Bianca: I would wear both. Nothing wrong with either. Why does everybody hate Paris?

Lily on

She looks WAY better covered up! Leaving a little to the imagination is way better than showing it all. Why the the milk when you can have the cow for free, right?

Bright on

It’s not the fact of her dressing herself that’s the issue, it’s more of her character and face. Just looking at her it’s like she’s trying to say to me “Oh, i’m so better than you and so much hotter.” Something Paris Hilton would say. As for why the media loves her, well as you can see if you’re a celebrity and wear provocative clothing, like Paris Hilton or Britney, than you’re famous as soon as you step out of a vehicle.

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