Nina Dobrev vs. Kim Kardashian: Who Rocked the Black and White Dress Better? (PHOTO)
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Nina Dobrev vs. Kim Kardashian: Who Rocked the Black and White Dress Better? (PHOTO)

When comparing celebs, Nina Dobrev and Kim Kardashian don’t often come up in the same sentence, but both starlets have one thing in common: they love to go black-and-white.

While Kim loves to show off her curvy assets in sexy, revealing numbers and Nina usually goes a bit more glam, emphasizing her curves in a different way, they both opted for the bare-bones color palette this year.

On October 30, Kim appeared on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno rocked a see-through white lace Dolce & Gabbana dress with no slip underneath, clearly showing off her post-baby body in a black bra and hot pants. She paired the dress — which surprisingly draped below her knees — with black sandals that had a hint of gold, pale pink lipgloss, simple diamond earrings, and wavy blond hair. This is more covered-up than her sexy swimsuit selfie, but still doesn’t leave all to much to the imagination.

Flashing back to February at Elton John’s AIDS Foundation Oscar Viewing Party, Nina wore something slightly similar — at least when it comes to color choice. Her floor-length Naeem Khan gown wasn’t see-through like Kim’s (though the original runway look was), instead looking classy with a baroque pattern and a halter top. The slightly-cinched waist made her curves look incredible, and she finished off her look with Chopard jewels (read: amazing earrings) and a glittery clutch.

As far as fashionable celebs go, both gals know how to wow with their attire, even in black-and-white. But who rocks these colors better? Vote below, then sound off in the comments with why!

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

11.12.2013 / 12:00 AM EDT by Alyse Whitney
Related: Nina Dobrev, Fashion, Kim Kardashian

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