20 Celebs Who Totally Twinned in the Same Outfit
We're rounding up our fave celeb twinning moments from recent red carpets. While sometimes, stars wore the same dress to the same event on purpose, there are other times when the similar outfits proved that stylish minds think alike.
Bella Hadid and Cara Delevingne: The two models were photographed wearing the exact same shimmery mermaid green dress by Alexander Vauthier — though Delevingne selected it for the Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Paris premiere and Hadid modeled it at the designer's Fall 2017 Couture show. (Photos via Geoffroy Van Der Hasselt, Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Getty)
Ariel Winter and Kylie Jenner: Winter attended the 2016 Emmys in a sparkly floor-grazing Yousef AlJasmi gown. The only problem was Jenner was spotted on the streets of New York in the same dress just one week prior — though her version was cropped much, much shorter. (Photos via Frederick M. Brown/Getty, BG001/Bauer-Griffin)
Brooklyn Beckham and Zayn Malik: Malik attended the Louis Vuitton Menswear Spring/Summer 2016 wearing the brand's blue floral bomber. Meanwhile, David and Victoria Beckham's oldest son showed up to a 2016 Grammy's afterparty wearing the EXACT. SAME. JACKET. (Photos via Dominique Charriau, Jason Merritt/Getty)
Drew Barrymore and Kate Middleton: Barrymore attended the 2016 ASPCA Ball in NYC wearing this lovely Tory Burch number. On the exact same day, during a private dinner with the King and Queen of Bhutan, the Duchess of Cambridge was also photographed wearing the identical dress. (Photos via Bennett Raglin , Samir Hussein/Getty)
Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olsen: The co-stars of the new indie dark comedy Ingrid Goes West showed up to the premiere wearing the same black and gold Marc Jacobs mini. But don't worry; the goofy pair did it entirely on purpose ;) (Photo via Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty)
Isabelle Huppert and Kate Middleton: Yep, Prince George and Princess Carlotte's mommy made this list TWICE. But hey, when you make as many public appearances as she does, it's understandable. This time, the royal wore a silvery long-sleeved Erdem number to the 2017 UK-India Year of Culture event. Oscar-nominated actress Huppert wore an eerily similar look to the 2017 Academy Awards the previous weekend, though her gown was a custom Armani Privé design. (Photos via Yui Mok-WPA Pool, Steve Granitz/Getty)
Kendall Jenner and Paris Hilton: This isn't exactly a case of "who wore it better," so much as one celeb paying homage to the style of another. Jenner wore a very risqué $9,000 Swarovski crystal-encrusted micro mini by Julien MacDonald to her 21st birthday party — inspired by the dress Hilton wore to her own belated 21st bday bash. (Photo via wowcelebritytv/Bauer-Griffin, Dave Benett/Getty)
Irina Shayk, Lucy Hale, and Selena Gomez: This red satin Dior dress hasn't been worn by two, but THREE different celebs. Gomez was the OG, wearing the ultra-flattering piece to the premiere of Rudderless in LA. Pretty Little Liars's Hale then wore the look to the 2014 Teen Choice Awards. Most recently, Shayk wore the dress to L'Oreal's Red Obsession event in March 2016. (Photos via Axelle/Bauer-Griffin, Jason Merritt, Pierre Suu/Getty)
Reese Witherspoon and Tina Fey: Style faux pas or awesome twinning moment? You be the judge. The two stars attended the 2016 Academy Awards both wearing stunning, royal purple strapless gowns. Okay, okay, so it wasn't exactly the same dress (Witherspoon's was Oscar de la Renta, while Fey's was Versace), but considering they were sharing the red carpet — it was definitely a double-take moment. (Photos via Jason Merritt/Getty)
Andreja Pejić and Taylor Swift: The transgender model attended Elton John AIDS Foundation's 2016 Oscar viewing party wearing a sultry black plunging Alexandre Vauthier fishtail maxi. Meanwhile, on the other side of Hollywood, Swift wowed at the Vanity Fair Oscar's Afterparty in the exact same ~*lewk*~. The two accessorized their outfits so differently, we had to look twice to be sure it was the same dress. Swift went for a bold gold choker and gold box clutch, while Pejić kept her look simple with a black clutch and matching pumps. (Photo via Jason LaVeris, Pascal Le Segretain/Getty)
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Kimberly Wang writes about all things pop culture, tech, style, and beauty. She's a Bay Area transplant and has an MFA in Creative Writing from Columbia University. On a sunny New York day, you can find her hanging out with her mini schnauzer Isabelle Jellybean on a blanket in Central Park.