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Tonight marks the end of Ali Fedotowsky's journey as The Bachelorette —and after an earlier makeover by InStyle fashion director Hal Rubenstein, it's no surprise that the reality star will look incredibly chic at the final rose ceremony. Fedotowsky chose an Alberto Makali champagne silk chiffon gown with a weaved bodice and crystal detailing that she customized by removing the original straps. The designer told us, “For someone with such a difficult task of choosing among numerous bachelors, to see [Ali] wear an Alberto Makali gown at the final ceremony is quite a privilege.” Here's how you can make Fedotowsky's easy glam style work for you. What you'll need:

Softly Styled Hair: Shiny, loose waves pulled back around the face are glamorous without being stuffy.

Major Decollatage: Although a strapless neckline can work wonderfully with the right necklace, going sans jewelry draws eyes down—very sexy.

Minimal Jewelry: Fedotowsky chose to keep her accessories minimal—a cuff grounds the ethereal style, while understated sparkling earrings draw attention to her eyes.

Nude-Colored Gown: Right on trend for fall, a neutral-hued dress enhances your skin tone (and in Ali's case, it brings out her tan) and transcends effortless glamour.