Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Best-dressed at the Correspondents' Dinner

Our picks for best-dressed at the White House Correspondents' Dinner.

Best-dressed at the Correspondents' Dinner


Hollywood collided with Capitol Hill for the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner Saturday evening in Washington D.C. Here are our picks for best-dressed at the fun, fashionable event, featuring some of showbiz's most-familiar faces.

Ginnifer Goodwin in H&M

Once Upon a Time's Snow White looked picturesque beside her co-star and beau Josh Dallas in this intricate, white, ruffled, floor-length gown by H&M. The dress- part of the retailer's exclusive, eco-friendly Glamour Conscious Collection- iscomprised of organic cotton, silk and organza, according to People. If you find the loose threads trailing the red carpet bothersome, all should be forgiven with the $299 price tag.

Mrs. O in Naeem Khan

Look at her and give us one good reason why she shouldn't make this list.

"The better half" of the First Couple laughed at her husband's jokes and beamed in this flirty, feminine, floral dress by Naeem Khan.

Rashida Jones in Tory Burch

Philly native Tory Burch was in the house Saturday evening, but it was actress Rashida Jones who stole the style spotlight in this spotted, floor-length peplum gown by the designer.

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