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Which Dress is Better on Sienna Miller: Babydoll or Sheath?

07/12/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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We’ve talked before about what a difference a tent dress makes for a woman’s figure, as in totally obscures it. Since we’re pretty used to seeing Sienna Miller in floaty frocks, we didn’t think much of it when she arrived at the Late Show in a babydoll gray dress from her new line Twenty8Twelve. But our jaws dropped when she emerged from taping the show in a second-skin black Calvin Klein sheath dress and sexy high heels — va-va-voom! Who knew that body was hiding under all those layers? We totally relate to Sienna’s love of loose dresses, but we can’t help but wonder if she shouldn’t give them a break. Tell us: Which dress do you like better on Sienna? Should she stick to form-fitting dresses?

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T-Molly on

Stick to the form fitting! The other dress makes her looks ridiculous.

lee lee on

SHE LOOKS WAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYY BETTER IN THE BLACK DRESS. THE OTHER DRESS LOOKS LIKE SHE’S PREGO, AND WTFUXUP WITH THE RED BABY SHADES?

ali on

wow sienna is a beautiful girl.
but the black dress is much more flattering…the black dress really brings out some curves she reminds me of kim novak from vertigo!

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