Best Dressed At The Emmy’s


Anna Chumlsky In Zac PosenLizzy Kaplan In Donna Karan Atelier

Allison Williams In Giambattista ValliTaissa Farmiga In Honor

Julianna Marguilies Narcisco RodriguezMichelle Monaghan In Giambattista Valli Couture

I have to take a moment, get this off my chest before I can go onto the amazing fashion of last night’s Emmy’s. Everyone nominated in the Best Actor in a Drama Series (especially winner Bryan Cranston) are incredibly talented actors, yet I don’t understand how Matthew McConaughey did not win for True Detective?? Just thinking out loud.

On to the beautiful fashion of the evening. It was a great melange of classic, chic dresses, merged with slightly edgy dresses, and delightful touches of uniqueness. Thanks to Sarah Hyland in Christian Siriano, and Kiernan Shipka in Antonio Berardi, wonderfully representing the youth, we had moments of freshness and modern age dressing infused into the evening.

I applaud Taissa Farmiga’s choice of her Honor’s amazing black and white dress (looked as if blank ink had bled done her bodice) with a lace skirt overlay (a superb risk taking choice). Jessica Pare’s stunning choice of Lanvin’s uniquely hemmed gown, and the always breath-taking Julianna Marguilies in her chic and oh so sexy (from the back) Narcisco Rodriguez were visions in black.

At the total opposite end of the color spectrum were the classic, but no less gorgeous, white dresses of Anna Chumlsky in a short-sleeved, fish tailed gorgeous Zac Posen gown, and Michelle Monaghan in a long-sleeved, elegant beauty of a dress with a front high slit from Giambattista Valli Couture.

Kiernan Shipka In Antonio BerardiSarah Hyland In Christian Siriano

Julianne Hough In DsquaredJessica Pare In Lanvin

Anna Chumlsky In Zac Posen // Lizzy Kaplan In Donna Karan Atelier // Taissa Farmiga In Honor // Michelle Monaghan In Giambattista Valli Couture // Sarah Hyland In Christian Siriano // Jessica Pare In Lanvin // Julianne Hough In Dsquared // Julianna Marguilies Narcisco Rodriguez // Allison Williams In Giambattista Valli

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