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See Savannah Guthrie and Tamron Hall stun at the White House state dinner

by Courtney Gisriel /  / Updated  / Source: TODAY

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The Obama administration's 13th and final state dinner was filled with famous faces like Jerry Seinfeld, Gwen Stefani and James Taylor — but it's TODAY's own Savannah Guthrie and Tamron Hall who caught our attention!

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Savannah stunned in an elegant black-and-white gown by Los Angeles-based designer Haney paired with Irene Neuwirth jewelry and an art-deco inspired Judith Leiber clutch.

Savannah and her husband Michael Feldman arrive at the White House.Getty Images

The long-sleeved dress featured a daring open-back and gorgeous, white-draping details that flattered her adorable baby bump.

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Tamron's glamorous look was a collaboration between designer Laura Smalls and Vogue contributing editor Andre Leon Talley.

Tamron and her friend Jonathan Todd Capehart arrive for the White House State Dinner.Reuters

The halter gown featured a metallic floral print and a solid silver column silhouette with print accented panels.

Tamron revealed the look was inspired by actress Dorothy Dandridge — and she nailed it!

Dorothy Dandridge served as the inspiration for Tamron's glamorous look.AP

For Tamron, comfort was as important as looking flawless.

"You have to wear what you feel comfortable in because it is the most intimidating thing," she said on TODAY's Take.

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Both Tamron and Savannah felt honored to be at the event. "It's a once in a lifetime opportunity," Savannah said Wednesday morning.

"It was the most joyous experience," Tamron echoed.

This article was originally published on Oct. 19, 2016 on TODAY.com.

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