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En route: Stylist Jessica Mulroney, 39, wore a red, white and blue dress at Good Morning America on Wednesday morning
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Jessica Mulroney got out on Wednesday morning in a thigh-skimming dress showing off her muscular legs when she arrived at the Good Morning America studios to film another segment.

The 39-year-old stylist and GMA correspondent appeared in the morning show this week to discuss wedding trends and help couples win special destination marriages.

On Wednesday, she arrived at the GMA studios in New York City in a red, white and blue striped dress that landed on Jessica halfway through the thigh, which she then combined with matching red stilettos.

En route: Stylist Jessica Mulroney, 39, wore a red, white and blue dress at Good Morning America on Wednesday morning

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En route: Stylist Jessica Mulroney, 39, wore a red, white and blue dress at Good Morning America on Wednesday morning

Booked and busy: her Wednesday look comes as the stylist continues her week-long segments with the morning show that includes weddings and wedding planning

Booked and busy: her Wednesday look comes as the stylist continues her week-long segments with the morning show that includes weddings and wedding planning

Booked and busy: her Wednesday look comes as the stylist continues her week-long segments with the morning show that includes weddings and wedding planning

Everything in detail: Jessica combined the dress with a lightly washed denim jacket and red heels

Everything in detail: Jessica combined the dress with a lightly washed denim jacket and red heels

Everything in detail: Jessica combined the dress with a lightly washed denim jacket and red heels

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She then combined the look with a lightly washed denim jacket to keep herself warm in the colder weather in New York City. The last accessory that was added to the look was a large pair of sunglasses with tinted blue lenses.

Jessica formed her long brunette locks in soft waves and then stopped each side behind her ears as she walked to the studio.

The stylist has appeared on Good Morning America several times to discuss fashion trends. But she has recently used her expertise in the wedding department.

On Tuesday morning, Jessica appeared in a GMA segment where she discussed wedding trends – including decorating tables with natural greenery and grass, offering unlimited food stations and wearing multiple dresses for the event.

& # 39; There is no longer a real cookie cutter ceremony or event & # 39 ;, said the mother of three and added that today & # 39; anything can & # 39; in weddings.

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& # 39; People really do everything they want, which is great. & # 39;

With the biggest trends she sees, the TV fashion expert said that huge & # 39; grazing stations & # 39; with meat and cheese instead of snacks becoming more popular and people opting for food trucks instead of desserts.

And – where the & # 39; natural vegetable trend is pushed to the limit – couples even organize their big day in forests.

Wedding expert: a pre-recorded Tuesday segment with GMA showed that Jessica shares the best wedding trends and tips with viewers

Wedding expert: a pre-recorded Tuesday segment with GMA showed that Jessica shares the best wedding trends and tips with viewers

Wedding expert: a pre-recorded Tuesday segment with GMA showed that Jessica shares the best wedding trends and tips with viewers

Trending: Jessica said that natural elements of greenery, such as decorating wedding tables with grass, are also becoming more common at weddings
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Trending: Jessica said that natural elements of greenery, such as decorating wedding tables with grass, are also becoming more common at weddings

Trending: Jessica said that natural elements of greenery, such as decorating wedding tables with grass, are also becoming more common at weddings

Trending: Jessica said that natural elements of greenery, such as decorating wedding tables with grass, are also becoming more common at weddings

Trending: Jessica said that natural elements of greenery, such as decorating wedding tables with grass, are also becoming more common at weddings

& # 39; Grass is very large now, & # 39; Jessica said, explaining that it is used both in a setting and on a table.

As a stylist, Jessica naturally also keeps an eye on bridal fashion trends. But she said that & # 39; classic looks that never go out of style & # 39; still what brides are advising them to go for.

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& # 39; If you see your wedding dress in a photo in 10 years, you'll love it & # 39 ;, she always asks upcoming brides. & # 39; Trends are generally not something we will love in ten years. & # 39;

The fashionable TV personality added that she likes women increasingly choosing more than one dress.

& # 39; They can't decide, they want to have two looks. The right dress to walk through the aisle and then something nicer that reflects their personality. Shorter dresses and jumpsuits are really in, & she said.

Jessica is said to have advised best friend Meghan Markle on her two wedding dresses for her wedding in May, when the Duchess of Sussex changed from a Givenchy dress for the ceremony to a Stella McCartney dress for the reception

While Jessica pre-recorded some tips for the show, speaking on camera in a blue blazer and oversized golden hoops, she also stopped by the New York City studio on Tuesday to serve everything at weddings.

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She dressed in a figure-like pink dress that reached over the knee and had a high neckline with a keyhole opening.

On the way to the studio: Mom-of-three Jessica arrives in a fitting dress for her appearance on Good Morning America Tuesday morning

On the way to the studio: Mom-of-three Jessica arrives in a fitting dress for her appearance on Good Morning America Tuesday morning

On the way to the studio: Mom-of-three Jessica arrives in a fitting dress for her appearance on Good Morning America Tuesday morning

Stylist: she accessorized with nude heels and a matching bag, and added ponytail

Stylist: she accessorized with nude heels and a matching bag, and added ponytail

En route: she was seen when she got out of Times Square before discussing wedding trends in the sky

En route: she was seen when she got out of Times Square before discussing wedding trends in the sky

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Stylist: she accessorized with nude heels and a matching bag, and added ponytail

In the broadcast, Jessica gave numerous tips to other couples who were preparing to organize wedding parties at remote locations.

She said that planning is the most important thing to take into account.

& # 39; Plan ahead, because then you will find the best travel deals, the best resort offers and it is a courteous thing for your guests, because they will eventually take time off and you want them there & # 39 ;, she said on Good Morning America.

Jessica, who married her husband Ben Mulroney in 2008, said organizing a wedding abroad also & # 39; certainly & # 39; can be cheaper.

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She advised couples to look for package deals and all-inclusive resorts, especially deals that come with the price of a wedding planner and alcohol included.

& # 39; I know that alcohol was a huge expense for my wedding, but so were the wedding planners, all of which are included, & # 39; she laughed.

When it comes to decoration, Jessica said that brides who are determined to import their favorite flowers should reconsider.

& # 39; I have worked with many brides who want to import their favorite flower, & # 39; she said. & # 39; There are so many tropical, beautiful flowers, it is cheaper and they can also withstand the climate. & # 39;

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