White House Correspondents Dinner Fashion Recap

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White House Correspondents Dinner Fashion and Beauty Recap

Everyone brought their style A-Game to dine with the Obamas at this year’s White House Correspondents dinner. There seemed to be several fashion trends spotted during the night. Therefore, without further ado here is our fashion recap of the White House Correspondents Dinner!

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Color played a huge fashion role at the WHCD. Black was a major hit among several starlets. Wearers included: Actresses Kerry Washington, Gabrielle Union, Rosario Dawson, Tracee-Ellis Ross as well as Actress/Reality star Nene Leakes. Although, length also played a key factor with floor-length gowns dominating the red carpet. Kerry Washington kept her LBD (Little Black Dress) around knee length. The black dresses seen were not a one note either. Intricate detailing, high splits and sexy cut-outs gave the noire gowns sophisticated and sexy allure.

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Bold Color was also trending this year at the White House Correspondents Dinner. Attendees that dared to rock a boisterous tint included: La La Anthony, supermodel Lais Ribiero, actress Jada Pinkett Smith and Gayle King. An ethereal hue to wear during the spring season is any shade of white. Stunning actresses Regina King and Vivica A. Fox both demonstrated how to turn heads in white couture.

Tamron Hall took things up a further notch in the realm of color. Besides her gown being a gorgeous gold tint it was full of sparkle and glimmering grandeur! Hall gave us retro Hollywood glamour and we loved it.

One sleeve gowns as well as plunging necklines were also a trend among the ladies. Both style details gave the stars sassy appeal. Kudos to the stylists and well done ladies you looked great!

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