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.
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.
The presenter walked the red carpet in Alexis Mabille before switching into Givenchy for the viewing party.
The "Les Miserables" star arrived in a lilac Alexander McQueen gown but wore a bright red number later in the evening.
The Best Actress winner wore Dior to the ceremony, but opted for a metallic Calvin Klein afterwards.
The actress wore Marchesa on the red carpet and donned Versace afterward.
The Best Actress nominee wowed in Armani Prive on the red carpet and wore Emilio Pucci after the ceremony.