PHOTOS: 10 Emmy Guests Who Deserve Honorable Mentions
Because we know there’s no such thing as red carpet overkill, we thought we’d bring you one more wrap-up, this time featuring ten looks from Sunday night’s 62nd Annual Emmy Awards that deserve a Styleite-approved honorable mention. Remember, just because it wasn’t
the best or the worst, doesn’t mean it shouldn’t be seen.
Red Carpet Judging Rule #1: Thou shalt not criticize Betty White. Why? Because she looks awesome. And because her green and purple ombre-ish dress popped against the purple backdrop of the stage.
One day, we will grow up and look just like Connie Britton. We will also be married to Coach T and we will have lots of football playing babies.
Not bad, but not the best. And not anything other than Danes' usual sparkly, Armani repetoire.
We purposely left her out of our
Glee cast slide because she looks too good for an ensemble award. And while Lea Michele's Oscar gown took top spot, Agron's confectionary number by Carolina Herrera deserves to be seen.
Eva Longora-Parker was one of the few stars who dared to go with plain black for the red carpet. And, while not our favorite, her structured gown by Robert Rodriguez shows just how much good design can make a bland color stand out.
So torn. The fit is perfect, and the color is warm, but we can't tell if she's wearing the dress or if it's wearing her.
As much as we love both Christina Hendricks and Zac Posen, this dress would have made the
Best Dressed list if not for those dangling and distracting feathers.
Bottom line: Mariska Hargitay can do no wrong, and any red carpet photo of her deserves to be seen.
Like fellow Gleeker Dianna Agron, we left Naya Rivera out of Glee's ensemble award because this dress deserved its own photo. Between the dress, the hair, and the color, Rivera just missed making it on to our
Worst Dressed list.
Perhaps out of spite -- the woman
is dating Jon Hamm -- we left Jennifer Westfeldt off the Best Dressed. While the top borders on lingerie, the rest of the gown is pretty, sparkly, and all around Emmy appropriate.
We know that including Kim makes this officially slide #11, but she looked too classy to leave out. That said, anyone notice a striking similarity between her,
Rose Byrne, and Amber Riley?