Funny, Celebs Always Wear These 4 Trends to Oscars After-Parties

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Given the history and tradition surrounding the 90-year-old event, celebrities tend to play it safe on the Oscars red carpet (with some exceptions). The after-parties, however, are a different story. That's where you'll find the daring trends that are less common at the ceremony, including exposed lingerie, thigh-high slits, naked dresses, and more. In other words, less TV-ready and more party-ready.

I mined through years of Oscars after-party images to decipher which trends keep coming up time and again, and I can guarantee you these looks will also be on display at this year's festivities. Ashley Graham, Kerry Washington, and Karolína Kurková, for instance, have been all about the lingerie-as-outerwear trend in past years, while Beyoncé and Jennifer Aniston have been on the same page about the thigh-high-slit look that screams after-party. Scroll down to see and shop the four trends that celebrities always wear to Oscars after-parties.

Exposed Lingerie 

Ashley Graham, 2016

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On Ashley Graham: Bao Tranchi dress

Karolína Kurková, 2018

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On Karolina Kurkova: Balmain dress; Gianvito Rossi shoes

Kerry Washington, 2016

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On Kerry Washington: Versace dress

Naked Dresses

Alessandra Ambrosio, 2018

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On Alessandra Ambrosio: Ralph & Russo dress; Casadei shoes

Jennifer Lopez, 2015

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On Jennifer Lopez: Zuhair Murad dress

Naomi Campbell, 2004

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Hailee Steinfeld, 2017

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Strappy Sandals

Gigi Hadid, 2015

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On Gigi Hadid: Atelier Versace dress

Venus Williams, 2012

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On Venus Williams: Christiane King dress

Thigh-High Slits

Beyoncé, 2007

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Jennifer Aniston, 2017

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On Jennifer Aniston: Versace dress; Gucci shoes; Lorraine Schwartz jewelry 

Karlie Kloss, 2017

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On Karlie Kloss: Naeem Khan dress