Weekend Buzz: WHCD Fashion, Trunk Shows, & Tech DIYs

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Tonight's the night! The White House Correspondents' Dinner is upon us, which means the city will be flooded with all kinds of A-listers. If you were lucky enough to snag a ticket — or just want to live vicariously through the invitees — peep the ultimate D.C. red-carpet fashion guide. (Huffington Post)
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One of the best parts about living in the District is discovering the city's dynamic music scene. Local band B Side Shuffle — started by two Hill staffers, a foreign policy worker, and a lawyer, no less — is marking the release of a brand-new cassette tape with a raucous show at Velvet Lounge, with free copies to the first 100 people. (Facebook)
Have you always wanted to get your groove on in front of the Washington Monument? Well, now's your chance — while you raise funds for the National Mall, natch. Time to bust out that ball gown. (Ball on the Mall)
We've got a serious shopping buzz and we know we're not alone, so spend your Sunday afternoon browsing the latest trunk show for perfectly feminine line Meg. The designer herself will be on hand to dole out tips and help you pick out the best spring duds. (Nana)
DIY lovers, brace yourselves: We've found what might be the cutest iPhone project yet. The best part? All you need are a few markers and a spark of creativity. (Currently Coveting)
Photos: Via The Huffington Post, Currently Coveting
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