Who wore it better? Katrina Kaif or Taylor Swift

Swift usually wins us over with her sartorial choices, however, this time around we're not so sure

Entertainment Desk February 16, 2016
Swift usually wins us over with her sartorial choices, however, this time around we're not so sure. PHOTO: INSTAGRAM

Colour blocking is all the rage now, so when Taylor Swift was snapped at the 2016 Grammy's in a red and hot pink attire, we couldn't help but take a double take because guess who wore a similar outfit just a few days ago? It was none other than Katrina Kaif.

During promotional rounds of Fitoor, the Bollywood beauty wore a red high-waisted skirt and pink crop top which accentuated her toned, lean body.


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Now compare this with Taylor Swift's Versace ensemble; a red tube top and silk fuschia skirt with a daring front slit.


Who do think wore it better?


Here are a few more comparisons of her look with celebrities Emeraude Toubia and Emma Stone.


Swift's sartorial choices usually leave one in awe -- remember her looks from the last three Grammys? Absolutely flawless -- but this one didn't live up to the mark and we aren't the only ones who think as such, the internet went wild after her red carpet appearance last night, and not in a good way.

Her haircut didn't save the outfit either.


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Criticism aside, the singer just took home three Grammys last night and gave a rocking performance at the awards show. She is the first woman to win Album of The Year (1989) at the Grammys twice. Here's her acceptance speech.

Swift also won Best Pop Vocal Album for album 1989 and Best Music Video for Bad Blood.

Haters gonna hate.


khushbo | 5 years ago | Reply katrena was better than swift because she was wearing better dress as compared to swift. moreover she is my friend's favourite that is why I will vote for katrena
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