Stars must be getting into the Earth Day spirit—they’re recycling outfits all over the place! This week’s roundup of outfit déjà vu finds Katy Perry, Doutzen Kroes, Stacy Keibler and more of your favorite trendsetters in identical looks. Check out these designer do-overs and weigh in on which celeb you think owns the look.
Double-Take #1: Dolce & Gabbana Bustier and Skirt
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Stars love Dolce & Gabbana’s tropical print bustier and skirt, as evidenced by the passing around of the look between Selena Gomez, Katy Perry and Poppy Delevingne. Gomez showed just a sliver of skin at the SXSW premiere of Spring Breakers, pairing the powder-blue-and-floral bustier with a high-waisted tangerine pencil skirt and accessorizing with nude pumps and a coral lip. Perry put the matching set together at Coachella, adding predicatably quirky accessories like a Carmen Miranda purse and pineapple-shaped drink holder, and adding a pin-up flair with stacked white sandals. At the Tiffany & Co. Blue Book Ball, Delevingne wore the look right off the runway, with a rose print top that contrasts in that ‘I don’t know how it works, but it just does’ way. Whose permutation do you prefer?
Double-Take #2: Rebecca Minkoff Lace Dress
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Ashley Tisdale is doing a good job of shedding her Disney girl image—with help from this Rebecca Minkoff bustier top and pencil skirt. Within just two days, Stacy Keibler wore the form-fitting dress version of the look. Tisdale styled hers with black platform heels while Keibler chose to go more low-key in nude sandals, but both wore their honey brown locks down and wavy. Who nailed this feminine look?
Double-Take #3: Marc Jacobs Striped Skirt and Top
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Doutzen Kroes must have loved the way Cat Deeley wore Marc Jacobs’ nautical striped pleated skirt and crop top at the Dukes of Melrose premiere so much, that she even imitated her cocked-hip pose when she wore the same look to the United Nations World Food Program honoring Halle Berry and Michael Kors. The two celebs even both wore the same swept-back hairstyle and accessorized with black bags and heels.