Kirsten Dunst, Kirsten Stewart


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Check out Kirsten Dunst and Kristen Stewart palling around for a photocall at the Cannes Film Festival!

Our thoughts? Hey, glad you asked! Sometimes you've gotta love a look, sometimes you've gotta trash a look and sometimes you have to whip out your cherry picker, because this is about as mixed a bag as it gets.

Let's start rummaging before the crowds get here...

The shoes: We adore Kirsten's Charlotte Olympia pumps featuring a gold platform. They're a tad mafia wife, but with the right dress—meaning not Kirsten's—they would rock.

And on the surface we have nothing to say about the Twilight star's black pumps. We mean, they're black pumps—taking issue with them would be like taking issue with water.

The clothes: Well, at least Kirsten's Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2012 butter cream wedding cake dress is on trend. We can say that. Can't say we'd wear this, though. In fact, with the exception of the human praying mantis who wore it on the D&G runway last spring, we're not sure anybody should be wearing this dress.

As for Robert Pattinson's gal, we would totally steal those Balenciaga pants if we were jogging after dark and wanted to avoid getting hit by speeders. K.Stew's Rebecca Minkoff blazer is more of a must-have for us, as long as the 22-year-old beauty leaves the aimless Juicy Couture tank back in the hotel room.

The jewelry: We'll take K.Stew's coral-accented necklace thing, thanks, just send it on over to us courtesy of E! on Wilshire Boulevard. Cheers!

So what do you think? Did we fish out the right items from the dollar table, or totally not?

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