Oh, and watch some people win awards too. :)
Below are some of my picks for best and worst dressed of the night!
Tina Fey in Narciso Rodriguez
Sister, killed it! The color is amazing, the fit is perfect and her hair and makeup are on point. For a quirky comedian who sometimes tries to make her wardrobe part of her routine, she nailed it with this classic, elegant look.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Monique Lhuillier
This was a stunning dress on stage. Though her acceptance speech was weird (I'm assuming she was in character from her role on Veep) she look absolutely amazing. This lady truly gets better with age.
Elisabeth Moss in Andrew Gn
Something about the combination of this dress and her awesome hair just really works for me. Maybe it's the contrast of fussy and messy but I love this look. Also, the red lip...perfecto!
Lindsay Cardellini in Donna Karan
The color and fit are perfection. I love that she continued the swingy, flowy look of the dress with her hairstyle.
I LOVE the sleeves and belt on this dress. It's edgy, yet Emmy-appropriate. I even love her funky hair with this dress. A+!
Michelle Dockery in Prada
Normally, I'm a huge fan of hers but this look just didn't do it for me. It too hokey...literally...Hokie. Like the college. Also, can we please, PLEASE stop with the high-low hem? I'm over it.
Kate Mara in J. Mendel
Just no. I loathe the white shoes and the top looks like a bad 80s Madonna costume. That, plus the weird hair makes this whole look a big "no".
Though I loved her acceptance speech, I thought this look was a little boring and way too old for her. I appreciate the vintage nod with the hair but the dress is just a bleh. And it doesn't appear to fit very well either.
Cat Deeley in Armani
First off, I'm surprised that this came from someone as reputable and tenured as Armani. Secondly, who in the heck would WANT to emphasize their saddlebags?!?! No.
Well, I guess EVERYONE didn't get the blush/pale pink memo. But lots of ladies certainly did.
There also seemed to be an abundance of prom dresses. This is the Emmy's, not a high school prom or formal. Also, I love Carrie, but that dress with the crystal Y necklace is straight up 2003 prom. These ladies deserve a female version of ESPN's "Come on man!"
Lastly, there was the pink memo, then there was the sheer memo. It was madness! ;)
What did you think of the Emmys fashion? Was there any that you loved or hated?
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