Attention-Grabbing Clutches at White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Check out some of the hottest clutches spotted at the 2012 White House Correspondents' Dinner.

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WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 28: Gayle King attends TIME/PEOPLE/FORTUNE/CNN White House Correspondents' Association Dinner Cocktail Party at the Hilton Hotel on April 28, 2012 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images for People)
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Kerry Washington found a great addition to such a boldly colored gown. Who knew snakeskin could actually be kinda demure?
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Actress Julie Bowen went with a traditional gold clutch. We're not totally inspired by this choice, but it's not a misstep, either.
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Unlike Julie Bowen's choice, Diane Sawyer's bursts of gold were a stunning addition to a black gown -- she looks like the personification of an Emmy!
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Lauren Bush, founder of the FEED project, designs bags to raise money to feed the hungry across the world. Sure, her choice Saturday didn't quite go with the dress, but she might have had the best bag of the night regardless!
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"SNL" actress Nasim Pedrad went super-bold with her clutch, adding a much-needed pop of glam to a staid color choice. More importantly, we're completely digging the ring!
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Kate Hudson paired a royal blue sequined gown with... a silver and black clutch. They're so mismatched we're going to believe she was just, um, holding it for a friend. Yep.
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Kardashian matriarch Kris Jenner paired a blingy clutch and corresponding bracelets with a sleek red frock.
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Stylist Rachel Zoe matched an ultra-girly gown with a metallic snakeskin clutch.
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CBS Correspondent (and Oprah BFF) Gayle King rocked a heavily stubbed clutch with a chartreuse gown, and somehow made it all work.
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