Tiffany Haddish's Multi-Wear Oscar's Dress Is The One Dress To Rule Them All

With the paparazzi sprawling over red carpets and fashion critics tearing apart every fashion decision a celebrity makes, it’s no wonder that there’s so much stress celebrities are under to have the perfect look.

Tiffany Haddish, however, is breaking the unspoken rule every celebrity stylist has for their clients. She re-wore a dress that she had already worn twice. This anomaly of Hollywood fashion proves that Haddish thinks like pretty much the rest of us non red carpet-goers. If you spend lots of money on a dress and that dress is really cute, hell yeah you’re going to wear it more than once!

The white Alexander McQueen gown first made its debut on the red carpet for her movie Girls Trip and appeared a second time during her monologue for SNL. She made a point to say her team definitely told her not to re-wear the dress to which she responded that she will get buried in her Alexander McQueen dress.

Haddish states “I should be able to wear what I want. when I want, however many times I want, as long as I Febreezed it.”

This might be the most realistic fashion advice any celebrity has given, because if we ever spend $4,000 on a dress it would definitely be worn to every event.

Haddish iconically re-wore the gown when presenting an Oscar with Maya Rudolph, even though she did show off a beautiful authentic Eritrean princess dress on the red carpet. We can all learn something from Haddish breaking fashion boundaries: If you spend good money on something—or if even if you just really like an outfit —you should be able to wear it every day.