A fashion throw-down between television personalities Angela Simmons and Toya Wright is in full-effect.
Both women were spotted wearing a House of CB two-piece shirt and skirt set retailing for $194, and added their on touch when jazzing up the ensemble.
The 36-year-old New Orleans native went for a more modish look, accessorizing her pink metallic set with an over-sized watch, silver drop earrings and matching color nails. She also rocked a pink-inspired makeup look including a light-pink eye-shadow and fuschia lipstick, while sporting her signature black tresses.
Her mien was formed by celebrity stylist “Real No IG Jeremy” of Atlanta. She added in her Instagram caption on Wednesday, “Early morning Interviews.”
Simmons on the other-hand opted for a more casual look. She paired the top and skirt with a pair of $950 tan and brown Fendi leggings. She also wore a pair of gold-platted black leather boots with her getup and jazzed up her look with a silver rope necklace. Like Wright, she too rocked her signature tresses and went for a minimal makeup appearance.
She sported the set on Mother’s Day and wrote in her caption, “Mother’s Day 2019 ‼️💗💞Got all the sunshine I need on this rainy day 🔆.”
Although no definite winner was declared on who wore the getup best, Wright seemed to have more fans feeling her style as opposed to Simmons.
“Toya so bomb omg 😍 and looks amazing.”
“@angelasimmons Girl?? What are you wearing? Who let you wear that??”
“I need this dress!!!!!!!!!!!!😍 @toyawright you look so pretty!!”
“No. Just no to that outfit Ang. Girllll!”
“Toya is giving me all sorts of Barbie vibes Yasssssss hunni beautiful❤️💕👏 you go girl.”
“I like Angela’s style its comfortable and me.”
Despite folks not being a fan of Simmons’ recent fashions, she’s made quite a name for herself in the fashion industry.
The 31-year-old mother got her start into the field during her teen years. Her and her sister Vanessa Simmons created the shoe line “Pastry” in 2007, which consisted of bold and colorful patterns. Although their shoe collection was quite successful, Angela parted ways with the company a few years ago and began working on her solo fashion line.
Her new womenswear line Bonnie Bouche recently launched this spring and was in collaboration with COOGI.