It’s not football…it’s fashion!

Are you bored of being a World Cup widow yet? Tired of the sole topic of conversation being a bunch of blokes kicking a ball around a pitch? Well we add Very thought we’d offer you some light relief and offer you  our version of the fashion playoffs!

The stakes are high and all is to play for! Up first to battle it out for first fashion place is Italy versus New Zealand. Who’s style game is on top?

In the Italian corner is legendary screen siren Sophia Loren

She uttered the famous line “Everything you see I owe to spaghetti” and even though she has been in the public eye for 50 years, Sophia Loren remains the most glamourous and celebrated Italian actor of all time. She’s won multiple accolades including two oscars and in an age where thin is in, it’s refreshing to be reminded that a woman’s curves are indeed a beautiful thing.

Her almond eyes and innate Italian self confidence proves that true, natural beauty will always be in style.

Fighting it out for New Zealand is the gorgeous Anna Paquin

Although she was born in Canada, Anna was raised in New Zealand and considers herself a kiwi. She won an oscar in in 1993 for her role in The Piano, which made her the second youngest person ever to be awarded the coveted prize . Since The Piano she has gone on to star in many credited films as well as hit TV vampire drama True Blood.

Her elegant and understated style is applauded and we just love her use of colour!

Jun. 08, 2010 - Hollywood, California, U.S. - Jun 8, 2010 - Hollywood, California, USA - Actor ANNA PAQUIN arriving to the 'True Blood' Season 3 Premiere held at the Cinerama Dome Theatre. © Red Carpet Pictures
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA - APRIL 29: Actress Anna Paquin attends a cocktail party hosted by Valentino on April 29, 2010 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

So who’s your winner – Italy or New Zealand? Let us know…

15th June 2010
Written by Very_Lauren

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