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With so little time between work and play, we'll cut to the chase and give you some great tips for an easy evening transition.
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Katherine Power: Welcome to the Who What Wear fashion closet, I am Katherine Power.
Hillary Kerr: And I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: At WhoWhatWearDaily.com we want our readers to know what we wear at all times, that said, you can't plan everything. Everyone has gotten stuck at work and had to go right from the office to dinner or maybe you have had a late lunch with your friends turned into a night out.
Hillary Kerr: Today we are going to show you how to make your outfit multi-task and give you a few great tips on how to turn your day time look into an equally chic evening outfit, but first let's check out our muse who is stylish no matter what time it is.
Female Speaker: Hilary Duff went from shopping at Maxfields and Barney's to Running Errands before finally ending up at dinner with her friends. During the day she kept covered up with a long button down cardigan over a simple black dress, opaque tights and boots. As soon as it got dark Duff let her hair down, changed her jewelry and showed a little more skin by ditching her sweater.
Katherine Power: Those two photos are a great example of how basic black is always appropriate. So now, let's make out own day to night outfit.
Hillary Kerr: At night you need a bold and beauty look. So add a quick coat of gloss or bright lipstick and freshen up your eyeliner or mascara. You don't need to spend hours prepping in the bathroom, it's more sophisticated if it's not so precise.
Katherine Power: A super easy way to take your look from day to night is to swap your big tote for an evening clutch. Be prepared by throwing one inside your larger day bag.
Nothing takes you from day to night like a little black dress. So for the foundation for these two looks we chose this strapless slightly stretchy dress by Laila Azhar available at Shopbop.
Hillary Kerr: Since this strapless neckline shows a lot of skin and we want to keep this day appropriate, we added a long sleeve white T and a pair of black opaque tights underneath.
Katherine Power: Then to give a little bit more detail we added this studded silver belt and a gray cardigan from H&M. When it comes to night, what you take off is just as important as what you put on. So, we lost the T and the tights to give her a sexier look and gave her this black clutch instead. We also tied her hair back into a messy knot, darkened her eyes and added an over-sized cocktail ring for a little extra sparkle.
Hillary Kerr: Thanks for watching Who What Wear TV.
Katherine Power: For more celerity and fashion coverage or to find about product in this episode go to WhoWhatWearDaily.com.