Who Wore the Isabel Marant “Tacy” Boots Better, Rosie or Miranda?

We enjoy a good showdown — especially when the ladies involved are both tall and beautiful supermodels associated with Victoria’s Secret. Today, we’re putting Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Miranda Kerr in the arena. Both women were spotted wearing the Etoile Isabel Marant “Tacy” boots while in Paris during the past week.

As featured earlier, Rosie wore the all-black version with a short leather skirt and a three-quarter-sleeve blouse while out and about with boyfriend Jason Statham last week. Allow us to give you a recap of how Rosie looked with her boots:

Jason Statham And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Jason Statham And Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Jason Statham And Rosie Huntington-WhiteleyRosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing the all-black Isabel Marant “Tacy” boots with a leather miniskirt and a blouse in Paris on September 25, 2013

etoile-isabel-marant-tacy-bootsIsabel Marant “Tacy” Boots in Black, $1,505 at Barneys

Miranda, on the other hand, was spotted wearing her pair — the zebra-print variant — at the Chanel Spring 2014 show yesterday. Like Rosie, she wore it with leather. But unlike Rosie, Miranda opted for a tougher look, choosing to don skimpy leather shorts and pairing the shoes with a plaid Chanel jacket.

Paris Fashion Week Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2014

Paris Fashion Week Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2014Miranda Kerr wearing her version of the “Tacy” boots with short leather shorts and a plaid Chanel jacket at the Chanel Spring 2014 show in Paris on October 1, 2013

isabel marant tacy boots in zebra printIsabel Marant “Tacy” Boots in Animal Print, $1,505 at Farfetch

Now, the obvious question is, who wore the strappy designer boots better, Rosie or Miranda? Which style do you find more fabulous, Rosie’s more feminine take or Miranda’s tougher plaid-and-leather combination?

And while we’re at it, whose pair do you like best, Rosie’s all-black version or Miranda’s animal-print pair?


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