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Shop It Out: Which Kate Are You?

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    Do you admire the Duchess of Cambridge's timeless style, or do you appreciate Ms. Bosworth's fashion-forward aesthetic? Maybe Moss' bohemian dress code strikes your fancy. Or, perhaps, a certain Sports Illustrated-cover-star-turned-Vogue-regular-turned-actress has caught your attention with her recent red-carpet looks. Whatever your preference, there's clearly something about Kate — yep, all of 'em.

    These famous women have more in common than just a name. Each one is a serious style star, easily commanding the attention of photographers wherever she surfaces. In fact, we're finding it hard to decide just which of the four is best, sartorially speaking.

    Do you have a favorite Kate? And, could you pick her out by wardrobe? Take our shopping quiz to find out — and to shop Kate-inspired looks. Ahead: Kate vs. Kate vs. Kate vs. Kate.



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