Kim Kardashian, Rita Ora

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Well, at least we know this top is versatile!

Kim Kardashian and Rita Ora sported very similar boob-bearing turtlenecks this week, showing that the style is not only seriously sexy, but can double as maternity wear too. Kim wore the look first at Kylie Jenner's 18th birthday bash on Sunday night, pairing the see-through number with a black midi and strappy sandals.

Not to be outdone, Rita made her busty blouse debut just two days later, donning an all-Vera Wang look to her Blitz to Hits 5th anniversary celebration performance on August 11. (Each style maven wore a little black bra with the mesh top, natch.)

Rita Ora, Kim Kardashian

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This isn't the only time Rita's had matchy-matchy moments with members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan: Back in February, she and Kim sported ultra-tight Atsuko Kudo pink latex dresses on—get this—the same night.

Rita Ora, Kendall Jenner

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Kendall Jenner, meanwhile, gave us reason to double-take when she stepped out at the 2015 ESPY Awards in a slinky black Alexandre Vauthier gown featuring all-over sheer illusion panels, bringing to mind, of course, Rita's jaw-dropping Donna Karan Atelier dress (gotta check that back view) from the 2015 Vanity Fair Oscar Party.

Kylie Jenner, Rita Ora

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And Kylie took a note from Rita in terms of sexy plunging silhouettes, sporting a slim-fitting Alexandre Vauthier confection replete with vampy thigh-high slit to the 2014 American Music Awards. Rita wore a similar fire engine-red design by Donna Karan Atelier at the 2014 Video Music Awards.

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