Which Star Do You Want to Swap Wardrobes With?

08/17/2007 at 03:00 PM ET

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Here at StyleWatch, we spend a lot of time lusting over stars’ amazing wardrobes — from “it” bags to hard-to-find clothing labels, there’s so much to dream about having. Our only dilemma? Deciding exactly whose designer-stocked closet we’d like to get our hands on the most. We definitely love Jennifer Aniston‘s easy, California girl style chock full of great jeans, simple tops and perfect little black dresses. But on the other hand, how fun would it be to have Victoria Beckham‘s over the top designer duds? But we want to know what you think. Tell us: If you could trade wardrobes with any celeb, who would it be? Would you go for looks that complement your lifestyle, or would you take the chance to experiment with red carpet-worthy pieces?

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Lauren on

I would absolutely go for Jen’s…I abhor Poshes attire…Jennifer has a classic style that is quite appealing. She could wear most anything and pull it off fabulously! Posh has the mentality that the more it costs, the better it is…reality check

Pamela on

Sorry but Jen is boring and predictible. Posh is fun , sexy current and always beautiful. From her shoes to her bags and the rest of her outfits from head to toe. Posh is the most fashionable celeb we have.

Ashley on

I think Jennifer Aniston is a hands down favorite for me (and the majority of the posters!). I also really love Reese Witherspoon’s clothes, even more so now that she’s dressing with a sexier edge. I usually look towards her for fashion inspiration, being a thin petite myself.

I like Halle Berry too, she always looks amazing with out looking like she spent five hours getting ready!

Connie on

Jennifer is much more simple but still looks great. I choose her =)

Amanda on

I’d swap with Victoria Beckham, Sienna Miller, & Kate Bosworth.

Sar on

Elegance and sexiness comes without being EXTREMELY aware of what you’re wearing. Jennifer Aniston does it simple, she shows skin and her body in simple ways that makes it so attractive and beautiful. Victoria Beckham is great, but there’s definitely a lot of “show” where is with Jennifer… it’s just there…

indie on

i definitely choose styles of halle berry or sandra bullock or reese witherspoon. they are just glamorous on anything. between jen and victoria, i choose victoria, i really haven’t seen jennifer on anything that victoria would wear. her style is boring.

Sara J. on

I’d like to swap wardrobes with Ashlee Simpson. I don’t like her music, but I love all of her adorable hats!

Brianna Gare on

I would choose Victoria Beckham’s wardrobe. Jennifer is too safe with her outfits. Yes, she usually always looks put together, however, clothes are meant to be fun. Victoria’s clothing is original and exciting because she takes risks and therefore helps to establish trends.

Nana T. 21 on

For me Jennifer’s style is a bit too plain, and Victoria’s is exaggerated. The one person, who always looks perfect from head to toe is Jessica Alba. She manages to be classy, sexy, elegant, simple and stylish all at the same time, everywhere, from the beach to the red carpet. I love every single outfit of hers. Flawless.

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