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Who Wore It Better: Suzy vs. Gong Hyo Jin

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It's a battle of the little black dresses on this edition of WWIB- two totally different seasons, one great dress!

On October 25, miss A's Suzy wore this Jardin de Chouette dress to the '2012 Style Icon Awards'.



Back in April, Gong Hyo Jin was seen wearing the same dress at the '48th Baeksang Arts Awards'.



Both women wore black, platform stilettos (Hyo Jin's are matte and open-toed, while Suzy's are shiny and closed-toed), minimal jewelry, and their hair pulled back.  Suzy left her bangs out of her ponytail, unlike Hyo Jin who wore hers parted to the side and off her face.  While Hyo Jin wore a nude lip color, Suzy went for a soft pink.  Lastly, Suzy wore sheer, shiny tights while Hyo Jin left her legs bare.  Pay attention to the details, because we want to know what you think- who wore it better?  Cast your vote in the poll, and be sure to tell us why you voted that way in the comments!



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    yenwu Monday, May 19, 2014

    sure my eonnie Gong Hyo Jin better..

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    only_perfection Monday, September 23, 2013

    I think Gong Hyo Jin looked better. I never like Suzy's ponytail fringe. Her thighs looked big. No hate.

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    only_perfection Monday, September 23, 2013

    ​Really??? Suzy's wearing tights there??? I can't believe it. I thought it was just her legs. Why would she need to anyway? Her legs are perfect.

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