I missed the Emmy’s yesterday, but what would this blog be without award show fashion roundups?
As usual, all images are from Just Jared, check out that site for full Emmy coverage. Here are my best and worst from the 2013 Emmy Awards.
The Worst Dressed List
Who knew Lady Mary was a Virginia Tech fan?
Tammy Taylor fished this one out of The White Queen costume department’s reject pile.
A hideous print in a shape that doesn’t nothing for her body with eye makeup more suited to Halloween, Lena Dunham hits all the wrong notes, again.
Just say no to shoulder bows.
Not sure what happened to Sarah Hyland. She looks like she consulted John Boehner on the best places to get a spray tan for her Corpse Bride-themed prom.
And the worst red carpet look of the night was worn by…
I love Jenny Packham (this look was a favorite from her recent NYFW show), but this dress was made for a woman of considerable height with legs like a crane. In other words, the model who wore it on the runway, and almost no one else.
The dress makes Julianne Hough, a petite woman with slimmer than average thighs, look painfully pear-shaped paunchy. Creating imperfections that are not there is not what you want from a gown. Not to mention that the whole half-of-a-dress thing doesn’t work, and is made more awkward by the fact that her brother was her date.
However, I will say this for her: Post-Seacrest break-up, if she was looking to get noticed without pulling a full Miley, she definitely succeeded.
Catch the best dressed looks after the jump…
The Best Dressed List
I always like when Tina wears color, and this is a great neckline/silhouette on her.
I like the mix of textures and the shape of this mauve dress. It’s about one shade from washing her out, but it’s just enough contrast that it works.
I don’t usually gravitate towards black dresses, but this sophisticated gown with delicate lace details fits her beautifully and looks incredible.
Ah, the clean look of Calvin Klein, now with cutouts. I don’t know how her makes a bare midriff seem subtle, as opposed to tacky, but he does.
And the best look of the night goes to…
The color. The structured, wavy texture. The low back. The train. Perfection.
I would also like to give a most-improved award to…
It’s not a great dress, but I appreciate that this look takes a step away from the twee-hipster attire she usually wears. Compared to her Loretta Lynn look or her psychedelic 70s-funk look, this is a move in the right direction.