8 Dresses from the 2013 Oscars that Gave Us Red Carpet Deja Vu

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Pretty in Pastels
Pretty in Pastels
Goff/INFphoto; Apega/WENN
Amy Adams' gorgeous, feminine Oscar de la Renta gown landed her on many a best dressed list (including ours!), but it looks an awful lot like the Atelier Versace stunner Penelope Cruz wore to the Oscars in 2007. {Goff/INFphoto; Apega/WENN}
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Grecian Goddesses
Grecian Goddesses
Fame Flynet; David Fisher/Rex USA
Anne Hathaway traded in her pink, puckered smock for a slate blue Saint Laurent gown for the Vanity Fair after-party. While much better than the first, Hathaway's second dress gave us deja-vu — it looked just like the Chanel column gown Sarah Jessica Parker wore to the 2010 Academy Awards. {Fame Flynet; David Fisher/Rex USA}
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White Hot
White Hot
Jeff Vespa/WireImage; Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn
When Charlize Theron hit the red carpet in her white Dior bustier and short haircut, we thought we were having flashbacks to Anne Hathaway in Chanel with a pixie cut at the Golden Globes. {Jeff Vespa/WireImage; Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn}
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Seeing Red
Seeing Red
Jason Merritt/Getty Images; INFphoto
Jennifer Aniston's crimson strapless Valentino was more than a little reminiscent of the Oscar de la Renta that Zooey Deschanel rocked at this year's Golden Globes. {Jason Merritt/Getty Images; INFphoto}
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Off the Rack, Onto the Runway
Off the Rack, Onto the Runway
Peter West/ACE/INFphoto; Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn
Helen Hunt borrowed a page from Sharon Stone and broke the unspoken rule of red carpet pretension by choosing a gown by H&M over designer duds for the Oscars. Unfortunately, the Christian Dior Haute Couture lookalike Jennifer Lawrence wore to the 2013 SAG Awards stood up a little better throughout the evening. {Peter West/ACE/INFphoto; Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn}
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Ebony and Ivory
Ebony and Ivory
Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn(2)
Halle Berry's Versace gown was a standout not only for its fit but for its originality. That is, until we realized Jennifer Lopez's Zuhair Murad gown from the 2012 Oscars could be its lighter-hued twin. From their vertical glittery stripes to their plunging necklines and long sleeves, these two gowns were separated at birth. {Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn(2)}
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Reese vs. Reese
Reese vs. Reese
Apega/Wenn; Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn
Reese Witherspoon drew inspiration for her Oscar look from her own closet. The band along the top of her royal blue Louis Vuitton is just like the one on the black and white Armani Privé strapless gown she wore to the Oscars in 2011. {Apega/Wenn; Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn}
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Double Trouble Valentino
Double Trouble Valentino
Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn; Brian To/Wenn
Hilary Swank didn't waste any time in mimicking her favorite gown of the evening. The Valentino Couture she chose for Vanity Fair's after-party was a dead ringer for Sally Field's. And no wonder, Field's was by Valentino as well! {Adriana M. Barraza/Wenn; Brian To/Wenn}

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