Two Tinseltown beauties — Teresa Palmer and Taylor Swift — were seen sporting the new Christian Louboutin Dufoura booties from the brand’s spring 2013 collection.
On the one hand is 26-year-old Teresa Palmer, who wore her pair to The Cinema Society and Artistry’s screening of her latest movie, Warm Bodies (held at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema in NYC on January 25). On the other hand is the 23-year-old country singer, Taylor Swift, who took her booties to the 40 Principales Awards 2013 (held at Palacio de Deportes in Madrid, Spain on January 24) where she won the International Artist Award.
Teresa Palmer wore a pretty Vera Wang spring 2013 embroidered minidress and Kwiat jewels along with her Louboutins, while Taylor Swift was in a beaded Kaufman Franco spring 2013 dress with Ofira earrings and a Lorraine Schwartz ring, completing her ensemble with the same pair of Louboutins.
Now, who wore the Christian Louboutin Dufoura booties better? See and compare:
Teresa Palmer at the Warm Bodies premiere in NYC
Teresa Palmer in Christian Louboutin Dufoura booties
Taylor Swift at the 40 Principales Awards 2013
Taylor Swift in Christian Louboutin Dufoura booties
Personally, I like both looks, and I must say they did a good job in matching those booties with white dresses. But if I have to choose, my vote goes to Taylor Swift as she looked sleeker and more polished.
Moreover, I find Taylor Swift’s recent transformation very likeable. Since the new year started, she has been dressing up sexily (talk about her outfits at the People’s Choice Awards and Golden Globe Awards), which is far from her previous cute, simple outfits.
How about you? Who’s your vote?
Anyway, let’s check out some detailed photos of the Dufoura booties. As you can see, this Louboutin is of mixed media, including a suede heel counter with zipper fastening, wide transparent PVC on the ankle, a metallic snakeskin strap across the toe, and a 5-inch covered heel with a 1 1/2-inch covered platform.
Other colors available are as follows:
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