By FOX News Magazine

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The stars always try to put their best foot forward at the Oscars, stepping out on the red carpet in their snazziest duds and couture gowns.

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But when all the awards have all been handed out and the ceremony comes to an end, more than a few of Hollywood's finest slip into a second dress. Maybe it's for comfort and maybe it's for style, but one thing is certain: Two dresses are always better than one when you're partying with Oscar.

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Have a look at the attendees who stole the spotlight in their second ensembles of the night.

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anne hathaway

The Best Supporting Actress winner wore pale Prada to accept her award before switching into a light blue number for the Vanity Fair after party.

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Zoe Saldana

The presenter walked the red carpet in Alexis Mabille before switching into Givenchy for the viewing party.

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Amanda Seyfried

The "Les Miserables" star arrived in a lilac Alexander McQueen gown but wore a bright red number later in the evening.

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Jennifer Lawrence

The Best Actress winner wore Dior to the ceremony, but opted for a metallic Calvin Klein afterwards.

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Olivia Munn

The actress wore Marchesa on the red carpet and donned Versace afterward.

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Naomi Watts

The Best Actress nominee wowed in Armani Prive on the red carpet and wore Emilio Pucci after the ceremony.