Fashion Faceoff: One Shoe, Four Stars

07/03/2012 at 06:00 PM ET

Givenchy Sandals
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Hollywood’s hottest stars can get and wear anything they want, but sometimes they all sport the same thing. Case in point: Givenchy sandals.

Most recently, we spotted the cream shoes on Beyoncé at the BET Awards on Monday, while Diane Kruger teamed the kicks with her menswear-inspired dress last week in Paris.

In late June, Michelle Williams also donned a pair at a film screening in New York City and newly appointed QVC designer Jennifer Hudson wore the stilettos last month at a Manhattan gala.

Other stars have rocked the shoes in different colors, including Amanda Seyfried, who chose black, and Kim Kardashian, who opted for a snakeskin print.

Why are so many of our favorite celebrities wearing the shoes around town? We suppose we get it: they’re understated, yet super sexy. Tell us: Do you like the Givenchy shoes? Who styled the sandal best? Vote in our poll below!

–Jennifer Cress

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Savanna Bella on

I love the shoes on Jennifer.

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