Fashion Faceoff: Britney vs. Katherine

07/23/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

Ramey; STEVE SANDS/bauer-griffin

Back in April, Britney Spears topped this floral Tibi dress off with her signature straw cowboy hat and matching boots while coming out of her dance studio. Just last week Katherine Heigl gave the same summer frock a feminine touch with strappy flat sandals and a delicate drop necklace on the set of her new movie, 27 Dresses. We love this Tibi dress, but unfortunately the older style is no longer in stores. Get the updated Luau floral dress, on sale $160 from $319, at net-a-porter.com. Tell us: Who do you think wears the Tibi dress better–Britney Spears or Katherine Heigl?

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who cares on

katherine, hands down

Rachel on

Howdy y’all. Guess what? The is suprisingly good on me!

Heather on

hm..
not fans of either.
but i think it actually looks better on brit.
even though i dont like the accessories.
it looks nice on her curves.
hate to say it but……
:x

Yoni on

Britney.

Rachel on

On Katherine it looks old. On Britany she looks like a hot cow-girl/mom.

Christina on

Britney looks so much better. Katherine looks gross in this dress. She needs a tan, stockings or pantyhose to cover her knees, and what’s with practically being able to see her ribcage?

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