Ian Somerhalder vs. Paul Wesley: Which Vampire Diaries Star Was Hotter at the 100th Episode Party? (PHOTOS)
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Ian Somerhalder vs. Paul Wesley: Which Vampire Diaries Star Was Hotter at the 100th Episode Party? (PHOTOS)

On The Vampire Diaries, it’s rare to see Damon or Stefan Salvatore in a suit, but off-screen, portrayers Ian Somerhalder and Paul Wesley love to get a little fancy, making women around the world swoon. And at the TVD 100th episode party on November 9, both of them suited up in similar outfits, though one went slightly more casual than the other.

Ian (Damon), smoldering as ever, rocked a black suit and a classic white button-down, which was surprisingly buttoned all the way to the top. He added a little flair with his tie, which had yellow gladiators of some sort scattered across it. He had a bit of scruff and his hair slightly gelled, his blue eyes sparkling as he walked the carpet. He finished his look with sleek black shoes, clearly ready to dance the night away.

Paul (Stefan) went for a midnight blue suit with a buttoned-down white shirt beneath, exposing just a hint of his chest. He opted for no tie and coordinated brown shoes with his blue suit, but still looked gorgeous, in spite of a more casual look. With tousled hair and a clean-shaven face, we have absolutely nothing to complain about.

Honestly, we’d rather just sandwich ourselves between the Salvatore brothers instead of picking who looked better in a suit, but unfortunately, that’s impossible. We’ll keep our vote to ourselves and let you choose — pick who you think heated up the red carpet with their suited-up look in the poll below, then share your thoughts in the comments!

They look the same.

I can't decide — they both look amazing.

Alyse Whitney is Assistant Editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter and Google+.

11.11.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Alyse Whitney
Related: The Vampire Diaries, Fashion, Features, Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley

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