It is time for another exciting round of Who Wore It Better? While each of these ladies look glamorous and chic in this $2,300 USD Crêpe wool-silk jacket by Gucci, only one diva came out on top and owned the catwalk with their personal flair!
Jessica Jung can be seen sporting the expensive silk jacket outdoors in a very casual way. She makes this luxury brand item seem like an everyday style as she pairs it with tight, dark denim jeans, continues the monochromatic color scheme with a nice black turtleneck and completes her look with a matching black designer handbag. The gold buttons shine brilliantly next to her golden hair. Jessica continues the minimalist approach with a light lipstick color and small diamond earrings.
Black Pink's Jennie takes it to the next level as she boasts her high fashion sense on stage. Unlike Jessica, Jennie is seen wearing the jacket buttoned up which highlights her slim figure even more and makes her appear more regal. Her long, flowing curls look divine alongside the ruffles of the jacket and the accented white pearls and silver rhinestone jeweled chains that hang from her jet black pants really enhance the jackets unique style. Clean, chic and fabulous all at once.
Lastly, Red Velvet's Irene shows off her feminine side with her many additional pieces alongside this luxury silk jacket. She wears the jacket over another white, ruffled collared shirt that couples nicely against the jackets many white ruffles without being too distracting. She too is seen wearing the jacket open in order to show off her slim waist and minute fashion pieces such as her red neck bow. Like the others, she dresses up the jacket with all black jeans and adds some elegance by donning a rather large pearl earring on one side.
In the end, the win (in my humble opinion) goes to Black Pink's Jennie for numerous reasons. Jennie really added some edge and beauty to this already wonderful piece. While the jacket isn't made for everyone and appears to be more ladylike, Jennie is eye-catching as she looks strong and refined on stage. Wearing it closed was an excellent choice and her long draped hair and draped jewelry adds to the jackets minimal details. Her strong dark eyeliner and brighter lipstick color add some strength to this bold piece of fashion as well.
In comparison, Jessica seems to be underdressed. The length of the jacket doesn't elongate her legs as beautifully as you'd expect, either. Perhaps one size too small? Lastly, Red Velvet's Irene seems a bit childish with her accessories. She also missed the mark by pairing a white-as-construction-paper undershirt with the ivory-tinted front placket and off-white ruffles. Try again next time, ladies. Who do you think wore it better? Let us know down below.