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Orange Crushes: Blac Chyna, Jordyn Woods Duke It Out in Citrus-Colored Blazer Dress

A $209 blazer dress has Blac Chyna and Jordyn Woods battling it out on the front lines of fashion.

The frock is Raven orange crepe blazer dress from British women’s fashion retailer House of CB. The outfit’s bright color is perfect for the summer but the blazer style means it can easily be dressed up.

In a video that appeared to have been recently posted to Chyna’s Instagram Story, the model paired her suit dress with a set of strappy white embellished high heels and a long, wavy blond wig. Chyna also elected to largely keep her makeup simple with pink eyeshadow and a matching lip.

The same dress was earlier sported by Woods on May 21. She posed in the attire barefoot on a sofa. Her black hair was pulled up behind her head with some fringe framing her face. Keeping her makeup simple, she wore lip gloss and an understated necklace.

“don’t just say you’re down you gottta show me🙌🏽” Woods captioned her pic.

After Chyna wore the same outfit, it was inevitable that the duo would be pitted against one another. Fans let their opinions on the women’s outfits fly accordingly.

“Jordyn all day.”

“Jordyn but only because of the necklace. They both look great!”

“It’s gorgeous on both of them! The color is fiyah!”

“Blac China, love this dress.”

“BlacChyna – Jordyn is losing too much weight too fast.”

“So they both have on the same amount of makeup, both a soft glam look, minimal accessories. The reason y’all think one looks classier than the other is implicit bias, and you can leave that at the door.”

Whether or not Woods is clear about the outcome of this fashion faceoff is uncertain. However, what is known is that she does not credit her one-time best friend Kylie Jenner‘s family for being able to earn money to support her siblings and parents.

When Jenner’s big sis Kim Kardashian made the claim on the penultimate episode of “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” this season, the model hit back.

“I definitely work very hard for a lot of the things that I have, and as you can see, I’m out here hustling, and I’ve always been working,” Woods told “Entertainment Tonight” last month. “I started modeling when I was 18, and you know, I work hard.”

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