Who Wore Temperley Better: Pippa or Lindsay?

08/22/2011 at 12:30 PM ET

Kim Kardashian Wedding Guest Style
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It looks like even Lindsay Lohan has caught the Pippa bug!

For Kim Kardashian’s star-studded nuptials on Saturday, the actress donned a white version of the glamorous green Temperley gown Pippa Middleton wore to her sister’s royal wedding; Temperley’s public relations team says they didn’t lend Lohan the gown, but believe she purchased it from their Los Angeles store for the Saturday wedding in Montecito, Calif.

And while conventional wedding wisdom says that a guest should never wear white, the hue was actually at the bride’s behest; she requested that the 450 guests “please wear black or white.”

The gown, a floor-length satin dress with a crystal brooch, was first created for the Duchess of Cambridge’s little sis. “I was honored that Ms. Pippa Middleton asked me to design her dress for the Royal Wedding evening reception,” the British designer said at the time. “She loved the green color, which looks great on her skin tone. The dress was designed especially for her with a fantastic open back and a full skirt for dancing in.”

While Middleton paired the show-stopper with a sparkling clutch and Aruna Seth heels, Lohan stuck with the white motif, adding a fringed updo plus jewels by Philip Press, Elodie K. and Erica Courtney to complete the look. Tell us: Who do you think looks better in Temperley?

Justine Harman

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oh my goodness on

I thought from the blurred far away picture from before that it was Ivanna Trump attending. When I found out it was Lindsay I was suprised. She looks like an old woman. Just sayin!

Tracy on

Really disgusuting that everyone picks on Lindsay. And you say she has no class, take a long look in the mirror people.

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Melissa on

On Pippa, the dress looks regal and classy. On Lindsay it just looks cheap.

P.S. Lindsay, there’s this thing they invented called a “bra”, Look it up, try one on.

twinnie on

Whew, Lindsay is really starting to look rough. I suppose it’s the drugs and party lifestyle. When I look at her, I can see what she will look like at 50. It’s a shame.

Sun on

My vote goes to Pippa. Lindsay should have had the bodice lined, or have worn pasties to cover up her, um, headlights. Lindsay’s a beautiful, natural redhead, and why she continues to bleach her hair — which looks horrible with her spray tan orange — is beyond me. Lindsay, please lay off the bleach and the tanning!

Stormy48 on

omg…Lindsay Lohan looks horrible where Pippa looks so elegant…who wears white to someone else’s wedding???

Irish on

I don’t care for Pippa, but she did look like a lady in the dress, while Lindsay is just Lindsay. She couldn’t look like a lady in anything she wears.

Anonymous on

You can’t buy class!

Janke on

Lindsay looks like a crusty old fishwife….yuk! She should consider wearing a bra her boobs are hanging there like a cow’s udder.

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