Fashion is an integral part of pageants, Thanks to social media which offers a forum to discuss & compare tiniest thing that can be compared. Miss USA 2014 has given us some wonderful opportunity to have a fashion face off of some of the gowns worn by the contestants that have been worn earlier by former beauty Queens. So here are some of the gowns which were worn before in pageants.
Jade with the help of her white Grecian gown glided her way through to the top 5 of Miss USA 2012 can Miss District of Columbia do the same this year? Btw, We love Jade more in this gown than Ciera.
Miss Universe 2012 Olivia Culpo wore this gown first at the Miss Russia 2013 Finale in Moscow she looked every inch of a Miss Universe winner she was, Miss Alabama 2013 & First Runner Up To Erin Brady Mary McCord wore the same gown this year Miss Utah Angelia Layton is wearing the same gown with a bit of modification as the some of the ruffles in her skirt have been removed. Winner of this round is Angelia Mccord.
Miss Nigeria was the first one to wear this black gown at the Miss Universe 2013 prelims the gown is by Sherri Hill later during the Miss Universe 2013 Coronation ball Former Spice Girl & Host Mel B wore a similar gown with some modification her gown was sleeveless & had a high slit this year the stunning Miss Iowa wore the same gown for the evening gown portrait. The judges have voted for Miss Iowa Carlyn Bradarich.
Miss USA 2013 Erin Brady wore a bright red color and bugle beading gown during the prelims & finals of Miss Universe 2013 she could not advance to the top 5 taking inspiration from Miss USA 2013 is Miss Illinois 2014 Lexi Atkins. We will go with Erin <3
This must have been an Oops moment for both Miss Iowa & Kentucky as both of them wore similar dress at the same event. Infact, not only the dresses were same but their styling was also identical. I guess their stylist needs to give a good reason for this fashion face off. Kentucky wins this one.
Did we Miss any fashion off from Miss USA 2014? Please let us know & tell us who wore it better?