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Oprah's finale dress designer

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L'Wren Scott dresses Oprah

The Oprah Winfrey Show is officially over. We're drying our tears, but first we had to find out who designed her fierce finale ensemble.

L'Wren Scott dresses Oprah

What do you wear when your talk show finale airs?

Well, if you're Oprah Winfrey you wear a custom L'Wren Scott dress. Yeah, custom -- 'cause O's not wearing anything off the rack. Ever.

Oprah's stylists paired her L'Wren Scott dress with a chiffon belt, nude heels and diamond drop earrings for her talk show bow out -- and she looked amazing!

What would you put on the women who has created some of the most fashionable trends and hairstyles of the past three decades?

Three designers give their two cents:

"Yellow or orange, and something that shows off her figure ... something form fitting, colorful and optimistic," Michael Kors told

"I've never seen anyone look better in color, in everything from yellow to rust to blue ... less is more with her, it should be all about the color," designer Tory Burch agreed.

Suprisingly, Diane Von Furstenberg was more interested in the Queen of Talk's hair.

"For her last show I would ask her to wear a ponytail. She looks so gorgeous in a ponytail. I would make her look young, sassy, and not as a goodbye, but as a new beginning," DVF told

TELL US: What did you think of Oprah's finale dress?

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