The Final Four have arrived.
EMMA WATSON vs. ANNE HATHAWAY
Emma starts things off with a mix of wardrobe classics – the perfect jeans, bag, trench, and glasses.
Annie shows off simple style and an award-winning smile.
Hermione follows the military trend, looking sharp in another Burberry masterpiece.
Anne has a floral moment in her scoop-necked LBD.
Seriously, this bitch has a never-ending supply of ridiculously fierce Burberry coats! Loving the chic little dress as well.
While Emma sticks with coats, Annie sticks with strapless floral dresses.
Emma struts her stuff in a sassy little abstract-printed dress.
Annie gives a pose and another radian smile, decked out in white on white.
Emma gets playful in a lovely black lace long-sleeved romper while promoting Deathly Hallows.
Annie hits her film premiere in lacy, girly white and nude accessories.
Emma goes for one shoulder but double the drama in draped velvet Vionnet.
Anne has a gold draped moment in slinky Vivienne Westwood.
Emma counters with her fun, flirty cut-out cocktail minidress. And her hottest pair of Louboutins.
Anne hosts the Oscars, blazing in super-shiny royal blue.
Emma prefers a darker blue, a shorter skirt, and a redder lip.
Annie makes a quick costume change into Givenchy’s best Grecian goddess gown.
Emma once again shows off her perfect little figure in her cut-out, ballerina chic dress.
Anne is simply exuberant in full-length, long-sleeved, high-necked beaded Tom Ford.
Emma hits back, looking hot but sweet in her lacy, floral LBD.
Anne shows off her knack for old Hollywood glamour in her staggering Valentino gown.
Emma, also in Valentino, goes for a more youthful, flirt aesthetic.
Anne counters with blood-red Versace.
Emma gives a wave in body-hugging black lace and feathers.
Anne plays another princess in another perfect Valentino gown.
And another Valentino ball gown hits the red carpet.
Anne switches it up, choosing a fabulous one-shouldered printed mermaid gown by the one and only Oscar.
Emma goes for another one-shouldered gown, custom-made for her by Burberry.
Anne throws on a second skin made of sequins in this luxurious Armani gown.
Emma shows off her classic beauty in black minimalist Calvin Klein.
And Annie shows off her sassy side in a Lanvin tux and crystal-encrusted Brian Atwood pumps.
KATE MIDDLETON vs. MILA KUNIS
Kate dresses to impress in a bright blue dress, fitted blazer and her signature jaunty hat.
Mila is every bit the Hollywood starlet in a little red dress and shiny nude pumps.
Kate gears up for winter, but keeps a fierce little hat atop her adorable head.
Mila takens on a V-necked, bubble-hemmed LBD and black peep-toe platforms.
Kate, again lovely in blue, rocks a velvet coat and gravity-defying hat.
Mila takes draping to the next level in layers of black and grey crinoline.
Kate hits the town in a classic black-and-white dress and all-black accessories.
Mila gets serious in an off-white suit.
And Kate does Emma Watson proud in yet another fierce Burberry coat. (Ah, to be a British celeb!)
Kate goes for high drama in simple almost-white Elie Saab and shining heels.
You can almost hear the sounds of millions of British women flooding Issa stores, searching for this blue dress.
Mila goes for high hair and lots of texture in one-shouldered green Vera Wang.
Kate looks every bit the future princess in a lovely deep periwinkle coat and perfectly matching hat.
Mila shows she’s more than just that slutty ballerina in blood-red, flowing McQueen.
Also decked out in red, Kate suits up for a walk with her main man.
And Mila hits the Oscars in unforgettable lavender.
© Democracy Diva, 2011.
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