Brother Vs. Brother: Who Wore It Better?

You've seen them face off in reno projects (and pranks), but which Scott brother will win in a battle of style? Vote now!

It’s no secret that Property Brothers stars Drew and Jonathan Scott enjoy a little friendly competition. When they’re not remodeling and selling fixer-uppers, the identical twins have a (hilarious) habit of making bets and pulling pranks. Brothers, right?

While we wait for tonight’s episode of Brother vs. Brother, it seems only fitting to put Drew and Jonathan in another showdown — this time for the best outfit. Check out the categories below and then vote for who you think is the most stylish. 

Round 1: Business 

Brother Vs Brother Season Two

Brother Vs Brother Season Two

As seen on HGTV's Brother vs. Brother, hosts Drew (left) and Jonathan Scott pose for a portrait in the Bartholomew home in Northridge, California, after the panel finished their evaluation of Team Jonathan's renovation. (Portrait)

From: Brother Vs. Brother

Photo by: Stephanie Diani / Getty Images ©2014 HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Stephanie Diani / Getty Images, 2014 HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

While Drew definitely rocks the purple shirt and coordinating tie (not to mention those Vogue hands), we have to give Jonathan this one. Pairing two different patterns is a bold move, but Jonathan makes the checkered shirt and striped tie combo seem effortless for business endeavors. 

Round 2: Casual 

Drew and Jonathan Scott Prepare for Housewarming Party

Drew and Jonathan Scott Prepare for Housewarming Party

Hosts Drew (L) and Jonathan (R) Scott clown around with the candy from the candy table they have prepared for their party guests.

From: Property Brothers At Home

Photo by: Larry Hanna/AP Images

Larry Hanna/AP Images

Candy and casual attire go hand-in-hand on this one. While there's no question that Jonathan pulls off the red, white and blue button-down while snacking on a bowl of sweets, we just can't resist Drew's solid purple polo with rock candy accessories. 

Round 3: Costume

Drew as a Fairy Princess

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Jonathan and Drew as Clowns

Jonathan and Drew Scott Dressed as Clowns
Drew and Jonathan Scott

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Jonathan and Drew Scott Dressed as Clowns

Property Brothers Jonathan and Drew share a photo of themselves clowin' around as kids.

©Drew and Jonathan Scott

Clown costumes can be creative and cute, but they're just no match for a fairy princess outfit. Drew wins this round, hands down. 

Round 4: Evening 

They may be identical twins in identical tuxedos, but we're going to give this round to Jonathan for his creative use of crowbar. Drew works that sledgehammer well, though, making him a stylish second!

Round 5: Outdoor

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From: Property Brothers

Photo by: Sarah Wilson/Getty Images © 2012, HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Sarah Wilson/Getty Images, 2012, HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

Although we love the thoughtful coordination between Drew's hammer and gray sweater, we think that Jonathan's flannel shirt is a little more appropriate for working outside. Plus, that chicken really completes the rustic look, don't you think? Winner: Jonathan. 

Round 6: Pet-Friendly

Toddler Vs Toddler

Toddler Vs Toddler

Teams of toddlers battle in kid-friendly challenges on HGTV.com's web series, Toddler Vs Toddler.

From: Brother Vs. Brother

© 2014 HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

2014 HGTV/Scripps Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.

With all-black outfits and matching pups, it's hard to decide who wins this one. Jonathan's jacket has a nice edge and is perfect for walking man's best friend, but Drew's business suit is well-tailored and makes cuddling with puppies seem sophisticated. We're calling this one a draw. 

Now that you've seen the categories, it's time to choose!

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Welcome to Season 4

To kick off season 4 of Brother Vs. Brother, Jonathan and Drew called in pal and HGTV and DIY Network host Rob Van Winkle (aka Vanilla Ice.) Brother JD returns as ringmaster and digital behind-the-scenes host. Each brother will put in $500,000 of his own money to renovate a property in their Las Vegas hometown. The brother with the biggest profit price takes the win! 

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Drew's Renovation Plan

This season, Drew will tackle a 2-story Mediterranean home we're calling Heavenly View, which he purchased for $352,000. It's not exactly move-in ready, though — he plans to spend $147,000 on the home's renovation. Let's get to work! 

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Drew's Entryway: Before

Before renovations, this neutral space didn't flow into the rest of the home. 

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Drew's Entryway: After

A trim-clad feature wall outfitted in buyer-friendly dark gray creates an entryway focal point. 

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It's All in the Details

Pandering to the judges is allowed, right? Drew added circa-1990s photos of Vanilla Ice on the entryway's console table. Nice flat top, Rob! 

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Drew's Entryway: After

An armillary-style detail surrounds the foyer's oversized crystal chandelier. 

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Drew's Living Room: Before

Before the renovation, two different floor heights disrupted flow between the living and dining spaces.

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Drew's Living Room: After

Leveling the floor and adding dark-stained hardwood floors throughout the space creates a seamless living and dining space. 

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Drew's Living Room: After

A floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace is the focal point of this contemporary living room.

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Drew's Living Room: After

Neutral walls and furniture allow textural elements to take center stage, like the velvet sofa and cowhide rug. Plum accents unite the living and dining spaces. 

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Drew's Living Room: After

A large tufted coffee table doubles as an ottman, making this space both cozy and chic. 

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Drew's Dining Room: Before

Before the renovation, a partial wall broke up the space between the living and dining areas. 

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Drew's Dining Room: After

The dining room and living room are now one large space, with the sofa visually dividing the two areas. A long chandelier helps define the dining space. 

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Drew's Dining Room: After

Brushed metal accents and neutral dishes add texture and fun to the modern gray table. 

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Drew's Dining Room: After

Chairs upholstered in purple velvet and tufted with crystal buttons add vibrancy to this neutral space. 

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Strike a Pose

Drew takes a final tour of his finished space. (A sweater that matches the decor: Accidental or intentional?)  

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Jonathan's Renovation Plan

For season 4 of Brother Vs. Brother, Jonathan chose the Forest Crest property, which he purchased for $318,000. The one-story, ranch-style home features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and 3400 square feet. With a renovation budget of $150,000, this home is about to get a serious upgrade. Let the transformation begin! 

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Jonathan's Living Room: Before

Before the renovation, the living room was full of vintage Vegas decor — think mirrors, animal print and lots of glitz. 

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Jonathan's Living Room: After

The vintage Vegas space has gone midcentury modern, complete with bright white walls and bright furniture and accessories. Light-hued hardwood floors flow from wall to wall. 

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Jonathan's Living Room: Before

Before the renovation, the large space was covered in mirrors.   

Photo By: Larry Hanna/AP IMAGES

Jonathan's Living Room: After

Jonathan replaced the mirrors with built-in bookcases and a cozy living room perfect for a family. 

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Jonathan's Living Room: After

Twin tufted sofas in light gray provide seating for a crowd. 

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Jonathan's Living Room: After

A midcentury-inspired console holds the TV while providing storage for unsightly cords and tech. 

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Balancing Act

In addition to being a black belt in karate and a trained illusionist, Jonathan has pretty impressive balance, amiright? 

Photo By: Andrew Parker/Radiant Inc.

Jonathan's Dining Room: Before

Before the renovation, this by-the-door nook served as additional seating. 

Photo By: Larry Hanna/AP IMAGES

Jonathan's Dining Room: After

A trio of pendant lights and a modern dining table create a bright, family-friendly dining nook. 

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Jonathan's Entryway: After

A bright blue accent wall by the door breaks up the otherwise-white walls. 

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Jonathan's Fireplace: Before

A mirrored fireplace and leopard-print chairs made this dining area a total throwback. 

Photo By: Larry Hanna/AP IMAGES

Jonathan's Fireplace: After

Jonathan transformed the fireplace nook into a relaxing destination with a set of sleek armchairs. 

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Jonathan's Fireplace: After

The neutral white brick fireplace is accented with a bright, modern painting. 

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What's the Verdict, Vanilla?

JD and Rob tour the house before Rob's final decision: Which brother will win big this week? 

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Congratulations, Drew!

And the first week's winner is...Drew! Rob loved his sophisticated, neutral living room. Better luck next week, Jonathan! 

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