Olga Kurylenko vs. Olivia Munn: Who wore Peter Pilotto better?

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The festive break if officially over (ugh!), which means it’s time to get back to our style dissecting ways.

Although the influx of Christmas calories means we can’t exactly face slipping into that slinky dress scored in the sales, the A-listers are still at it, fast becoming subjects of our never-ending jealousy!

Uber-stunning Bond girl, Olga Kurylenko sported a digital-print dress from the Peter Pilotto Fall 2012 collection for the InStyle annual Summer Soiree back in August 2012. The gorgeous actress paired her velvet cut-out panel dress with a Christian Louboutin clutch and heels, and decided to leave her glossy hair swept to one side.

Stealing Olga’s limelight two months later was Olivia Munn, who opted for the same dress at the 2012 Courage in Journalism Awards, held in Los Angeles back in October. The fresh-faced beauty went for a slicked back look, pairing her dress with T-bar Christian Louboutin pumps and scraped back hair – perfect for showing off the beautiful cut-out shoulder detail.

Although both leading ladies looked painfully hot in the same dress, it was Olga’s ladylike stance and brimming smile that made us fall in love with her take on the dress. We love how she’s kept the look simple, and flowing locks are great for a less dressy approach to green carpet dressing!

Bond girl steals the shows this time. Sorry, Olivia!

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