Which is Kate Hudson's Best Dress?

06/10/2008 at 01:00 PM ET

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As if Kate Hudson doesn’t have a full enough schedule dating Lance Armstrong and filming Bride Wars in N.Y.C., she’s also out promoting her new line of haircare with pal David Babaii. We spotted the busy blonde in no less than three gorgeous dresses yesterday! She started her morning in a stunning Stella McCartney sheath with Kara Ross jewels at the Early Show with a change into a patterned Bally dress with tassels in the afternoon. And she finished her night with Conan O’Brien in a plunging purple Jean Paul Gaultier dress and Christian Louboutin pumps. We can’t decide which of her three beautiful dresses we like best so we want to know what you think! Tell us: Which of Kate’s dresses do you like best? Her pale Stella McCartney sheath? Her patterned Bally trapeze? Or her plunging purple Jean Paul Gaultier?

FILED UNDER: Dresses , Kate Hudson
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sharon on

definately the one in the middle. she rocks it!

Jonathan Bodack on

All of Kate Hudson’s dresses are nice, etc.

Sue on

definitely the Stella McCartney sheath. . classy and classic

Palmer Rulz on

I’d rather see Lance in the sheath, Owen in the lavender number and her ex in the flowers, hmmm…

Got Milk? on

I’d like to tie-dye the sheath in camo colors, rat her hair, and give her some comando boots…

Sara on

I love all three on her, but the patterned Bally trapeze is all on her… cool and relaxed. You cant top that! I just wish it had more layers… you know!

Rica on

Definitely the sheath. It’s classy and attractive, unlike the purple, which is too revealing and Barbie-like, and the patterned dress, which is sheer.

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