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Hillary Kerr: Welcome to the Who What Wear fashion closet. I am Hillary Kerr.
Katherine Power: I am Katherine Power. It's officially spring, but it's also unofficially the start of a different kind of season, wedding season. All the brides and the bridesmaid know what they are wearing but it can be a little bit tricky for the rest of us.
Hillary Kerr: There are so many weird style roles when it comes to weddings that finding an outfit can be frustrating, not to mention expensive. We will show you how to look fabulous without having to invest in ten different dresses, but first, check out today's muses.
Katherine Power: Kristen Bell looked wedding-appropriate in her royal blue and white ikat Jenni Kayne dress. The off the moment print gave the gown traditional empire waist shape, a fashion forward look.
Ally Hilfiger gave us a great example of how to add personal style to a formal outfit. She added this leopard print belt to a long strapless black dress.
Hillary Kerr: With those wonderful wedding looks in mind, let's put together our own outfits.
Katherine Power: Save money by purchasing one versatile dress that would worth for various occasions. That way you can splurge on interesting, more expensive accessories that can dress your look up or down.
Hillary Kerr: We wanted to show you how to make the most out of a single dress, so that you could attend multiple weddings in style. This first look is perfect for a day wedding or even a slightly casual beach wedding.
Katherine Power: The foundation for both of our looks is this long Foley and Corinna multi-wrap dress. It's fantastic because you can tie it in a few different ways to get some different looks. We also wanted to keep it a bit more fashion forward, so we added this brown leather belt at her natural waist.
Hillary Kerr: For Sheila (ph), we chose a flat and comfortable pair of Steve Madden sandals. The fact that they are flat and brown leather keeps the overall look informal. Then we finish the entire look with a matching clutch.
Katherine Power: Our second look is more appropriate for a cocktail wedding or even black tie. It's the same dress; we just untied the halter to give it a strapless effect.
Hillary Kerr: The easiest way to change the look of any dress is through accessories. So we swapped out in the simple brown sandals for a sexy pair of Jimmy Choo heels. To further dress up the look, we added lots of Art Deco inspired jewelry and finish it off with a little gold clutch.
Hillary Kerr: Thanks for watching Who What Wear TV.
Katherine Power: For more celebrity and fashion coverage or to find out about product in today's episode, go to whowhatweardaily.com.