VOTE! Which Simpson Sister Wears Her Cutoffs Better: Ashlee or Jessica?

07/10/2009 at 12:33 PM ET

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Ever since she played Daisy Duke in Dukes of Hazzard, Jessica Simpson has made the character’s iconic cutoff shorts one of her own style signatures — pairing them with everything from floaty floral blouses to sexy bustiers for her stage costumes. But looks like her little sister Ashlee has the same idea, taking her adorable baby son Bronx out in her own faded cutoff shorts. We can’t help but compare the two — and be totally wowed by their shared genes for fabulous legs! We want to know what you think, though. Vote in our poll below, and tell us: Which Simpson sister wears her cutoff shorts better?

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Envy on

Jessica looks way better here, I agree with Ann, they put a jacked up photo of Ashley. Ashley is prettier.

Sean T. on

I never understood why anyone would say Jessica has nice legs, not even when she was in Daisy Dukes shape. Her legs are short and stumpy. She should stay away from short shorts and play up the cleavage. Ashlee, on the other hand, has long and lean legs. Much nicer body and face all around.

Dominique on

Defiantly Jessica she has really toned legs Ashlee’s legs are too thin.

iceah on

Ashlee looks better in cutoffs because her legs are more shapely

Тимур Макаров on

Да уж… :) Вы бы знали что про Вас пишут в других блогах :)

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