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These fashionable ladies wore the same dress

Both ladies looked fab in Burberry, but did it look better on the cover or IRL?

The streets of Fashion Week Australia are awash with designer outfits, celebrities and fashion influencers. It's any fashionista's dream. The finder.com.au team hit the streets of Fashion Week Australia and we've seen a few fashionable faces and some highly-covetable outfits.

On Monday, one of our absolute favourite homegrown fashion darlings, Isabelle Cornish, stepped onto the streets of Fashion Week in a stunning dusty-pink Burberry dress. And she looked nothing short of stunning. The colour was perfect for the natural beauty who is possibly even more strikingly beautiful in real life than she is in photos.

One thing we couldn't help but notice was that the exact same dress was worn by Jennifer Hawkins on the cover of InStyle this February. The model looked positively radiant in the intricately beaded number.

So we just can't decide. Did the Burberry dress look better in real life on Isabelle or on the cover of a magazine on Jennifer?

Vote below!


Did it look better in real life or on the magazine cover?

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Mia Steiber

Mia Steiber is a journalist at finder.com.au with a serious shopping habit and an addiction to gold jewellery. Her talents include tracking down one-off or almost sold out pieces and knowing the sizing charts for just about every brand.

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