PHOTOS: The 10 Best Dressed Guests At The Emmy Awards
Last night’s Emmy Awards was too jam packed with
fashion commentary for us to fit it into one post. So we’re giving you two more. And to start the day off on a happy note, here are our picks for the best dressed of the night.
We loved seeing navy on the red carpet, and
Rachel Zoe would have been thrilled by the number of “White Moments” that walked the carpet.
Here are our top picks for last night’s Emmy’s dresses and suits (we didn’t leave you out, gentlemen). Who did you love?
While all the hosts mentioned
Lea Michele's consistent flawlessness on the red carpet, we're not always so impressed. But last night, she definitely did it right in her Oscar de la Renta flamenco dress. And what a way to spend her 24th birthday: in Oscar! How chic! And she was definitely on trend for the night wearing navy.
We're used to
Cheryl Hines making us laugh. But we're not as used to her making us ogle at her dresses.
We think it's safe to say that
Mad Men's January Jones took the prize for the evening's best dressed. Her bright blue Versace gown, which was beautifully hemmed shorter in the front and than trained longer in the back, fit her perfectly. The Jean Paul Gaultier-like upper bodice was perfect for her petite body, and of course, her million-dollar Cartier diamonds did the gown its due justice. We also commend her choice to maintain a low maintenance looking hair style. With a dress like that, no further distractions were needed.
Jennifer Carpenter one shouldered metallic gown. It fit her body beautifully, and accentuated all of the actress' best assets. And while it reminded us quite a lot of Olivia Wilde's Golden Globes dress, we still give her points for bringing some glitter to the Emmy's.
Kelly Osbourne is definitely not a celebrity we would expect to see on a best dressed list. And we must admit, we were a little shocked when we heard she'd be joining E!'s Fashion Police. But her arrival in a chic black Tony Ward gown made our jaws drop. She looked stunning, and we loved the sleeve-detailing and interesting bottom. Her gown defined the power of the Little Black Dress.
Kyra Sedgwick's gown may not have been the most exciting thing we've seen on the red carpet, and many may call this too safe. But we loved the wine colored gown and relaxed beachy hairstyle. The strapless top fit and flattered her décolletage beautifully.
Rose Byrne definitely had herself a white moment at last night's Emmy's. Her Grecian-inspired, gold detailed white Gucci gown was beautiful and sexy without being overwhelming.
8.The Cast Of Glee
The Gleeks killed it. Well, except for Mark Salling, who has earned himself a spot on our Worst Dressed, and Cory Monteith, who looked too boring to be included on either.
From L-R: Jayma Mays, Matthew Morrison, Heather Morris, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Amber Riley, Kevin McHale, Jenna Ushkowitz.
9.Anna Paquin and Stephen Moyer
Amid a sea of Oscar, Carolina, and Armani, True Blood's favorite couple were a beautiful homage to a lost talent in Alexander McQueen.
Do you know how hard it is to pull off the perfect blush-meets-beige gown? Really hard. And Ms. Moss did it with aplomb.
PHOTOS: The 10 Worst Dressed Guests At The 2010 Emmy Awards [Styleite]