Guess Which Star Wore Her Wedding Dress to an Oscars Party, Proving You Can Definitely Wear Your Gown Again

Liberty Ross Wears Wedding Dress to the Oscars

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People say your wedding dress will be the most expensive piece of clothing you'll never wear again, but that's not the case for this celeb! When model Liberty Ross hit the red carpet at the Vanity Fair Oscars after party, we thought her cream silk garment looked awfully familiar. Turns out, we have seen the silk charmeuse slip dress before — at her wedding ceremony! After tying the knot on Valentine's Day, this famous newlywed is already back in her wedding dress, proving that you can indeed wear it again. (Come on, we know you've been dreaming of getting back into that tulle ballgown hanging in your closet!)

While some celebs' gowns come straight off the runway, this one came straight off the aisle. In a beachfront ceremony over Valentine's Day weekend, the British model wed music mogul Jimmy Iovine and her silky, vintage Dior gown fit the sandy locale to a tee. But apparently it also feels right at home on the red carpet. One look at its draped, off-the-shoulder sleeves, dramatic train, and curve-hugging cut, and it's easy to see why once just wasn't enough for Ross!

Although she rocked the same gorgeous gown, Ross styled the frock completely differently the second time around. Instead of the loose, windswept waves she toted on the beach, Ross swept her hair back from her face and into a low ponytail with an off-center part. Completing the ensemble with an embossed black clutch and funky pearl earrings, it's a far cry from her bohemian-chic bridal look — but just as luxe.

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Of course, Ross couldn't help but reflect on her newlywed life on the red carpet. (She was in her wedding dress, after all!) "It's going great!" the model told Entertainment Tonight. "We have no complaints."

So if you're looking to recycle your wedding day frock, the Oscars might be just the occasion to pull that baby out of your closet. (Now about scoring an invite...)

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