Seeing Double: Sheryl Crow and Tina Fey Rock the Same Dress at the Same Event

04/20/2010 at 01:30 PM ET

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It was a friendly clash of couture on the red carpet at The New York Women in Communications Matrix Awards Monday, when honorees Sheryl Crow and Tina Fey showed up in virtually identical Dolce & Gabbana dresses. “If we wind up in one of those ‘Who Wore It Best’ things, I’m picking Tina,” Crow joked to the crowd at the luncheon. Standing just feet away from each other, Fey sported a quilted, floral printed sheath by the Italian design duo, while Crow’s dress had the same skirt paired with a slightly different printed silk top. When both women took the stage, they joked about seeing double. “[Fey] was so nice about it, but we told her it was okay because they both looked so great,” an event organizer told PEOPLE, adding that Fey even volunteered to go home and change. Fey, who covered her dress up with a black cardigan joked about “getting dressed this morning with Sheryl Crow.” We think both ladies looked lovely in Dolce & Gabbana, but what do you think? Tell us: Who wore Dolce & Gabbana better: Sheryl Crow or Tina Fey? Vote!Diane Clehane

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F on

Tina’s jacket adds a more polished look.

bondy on

Neither- that dress looks like wall paper!

Jon on

Tina Fey wore it better!

Mr Lassiter on

I agree it looks like wallpaper from the 50’s!

Ouch!!! on

My wife had a duvet cover with that print 15 years ago. I was wondering where it went. Glad D & G are recycling.

remo on

according to the cleavage gods they both dressed appropo.

Leslie on

They are not the “same” dress. The skirt is the same fabric but the top is a different fabric and the neckline is different. But for the function it was worn to, Sheryl Crow wore it better. Had it been a PTA meeting or a church function Tina Fey has it covered. However Ms. Fey may want to next time where shoes that match the sweater she is wearing; black sweater – nude shoes — TACKY.

Tess on

Sorry, black shoes look horrible on women! All you see is the shoe!

Janet on

I didn’t vote because I don’t think there has to be a best, they both look equally nice. It was real noble of Tina Fey to throw on a sweater to try to “mix it up some” but it wasn’t necessary, there wasn’t a competition going on. In fact, the sweater probably hurt her appearance because of the nude shoes…..doesn’t really matter, everything in life is not about who comes out on top.

hubbell James on

`Tina Fey, wallpaper, but wallpaper with nice breasts.

Zoe on

Wore it better? Neither one! The dress doesn’t do either one of them justice…although, Tina could have used Sheryl’s black shoes — brown? what was she thinking! -Z

KP on

I think the black jacket with the belt is too much on top.

I definitely like the black shoes on Sheryl.

Tammy on

It’s not the same dress… similar but not the same. I’d be embarrassed nonetheless.

Jumbybird on

Tina… because she is showing some boob.

Lori on

The print is BEAUTIFUL! Everyone who says it looks like wallpaper really has no taste. Also, it is better to NOT match the sweater and shoes (just like you wouldn’t match shoes and a bag). Tina kept it classy with the nude pumps and black sweater.

Gimma on

Both outfits look great, but Sheryl killed it with the black shoes. Black shoes should only be worn with black hose to give a long, polished look. If she had worn tan shoes I would have had a tough time deciding. Tina’s black topper coordinated with the belt, so it worked.

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Silvia on

Fergie also wore a dress made out of this fabric you should check her out too.

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caroline on

I used to have a sofa and loveseat made out of this material. I think they both rocked it in their own way. I am okay with the nude shoes because black ones would of had to compete with the black belt and sweater.
The point is to coordinate not match everything.
There is nude in the pattern.

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