Katy Perry at the White House Correspondents' Dinner and at the Lincoln Memorial over the weekend.
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If you want a guidebook for how to do spring dressing right, look no further than Katy Perry. The singer has transitional dressing down pat, and her recent weekend in Washington for the White House Correspondents' Dinner is a perfect example. For the big night, Katy wore a luminescent green Giambattista Valli gown with natural, branch-like detailing at the waist. The color reminded us a lot of Katy's mint green Gucci Grammys dress, and has us wondering if we're going to be seeing the singer in more leafy hues as the warmer months progress. The strapless gown looks almost to be made of acetate, with the green giving way to brown in places, lending the whole look a very fairy-like vibe. In keeping with the natural tone, Katy wore her makeup neutral, with a pink lip and subtly-lined eye taking no shine away from the dress. Her hair was also loose and natural, pushed to the side in thick curls.
This wasn't a quick trip just to attend an event, however. Katy made a weekend out of her visit to Washington, taking the time to visit some of the city's historic monuments. On Sunday, Katy tweeted a photo of herself at the Lincoln Memorial, and we want to steal her spring sightseeing style STAT. Katy layered a studded, cropped black leather jacket over a graphic purple, pink, and black floral skirt (or dress, we can't quite tell), and a pair of oversized, round cat-eye sunnies. What really brought the look together is the fact that KP matched her bright pink lipstick to one of the pinks in her skirt. *DETAILS*
— Katy Perry (@katyperry) April 28, 2013
What do you think of Katy's Washington weekend style?