In Celebville, sometimes a very famous dress can be spotted on many different celebrities. And when that happen, we can help but gladly analyze on who rocked it better?
The famous dress that has been trending on the internet is exclusively made from House Of CB. It is a beautiful dress made of clean and simple lines of ‘Martinique’. The colour is popping and it's no wonder why so many of our celebrities have been spotted with this same dress and colour.
Dress name: Martinique Burnt Orange Side Weave Bandage Dress
Here Are 5 Celebrities Who Were Spotted With The Same Dress:
1. Khloe Kardashian
The keeping up with the Kardashian star was spotted looking fierce and fabulous in a skin-tight orange bodycon dress with cutouts down each side.
TV personality Keltie Knight was also spotted in the bold looking dress while making an appearance on the red carpet.
3. Portia Williams
Real Housewives of Atlanta star, Porsha Williams shared a body-positive message to her fans on social media while rocking the sexy orange dress in a new mirror selfie.
4. Krissy Marsh
Real Housewives of Sydney star Krissy Marsh was also spotted in the Martinique bold orange dress while making an appearance on the red carpet.
5. Laura Govan
The famous basketball wives atlanta star was also spotted wearing the same dress as all four celebs.
So out of all 5 Celebrities, who rocked this Martinique Burnt Orange Side Weave Bandage Dress?
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