Now I prefer to binge watch television shows by consuming entire seasons (and series) on Netflix instead of watching weekly, but that’s just how I roll. Now there are a few exceptions (Project Runway), but usually I haven’t seen the newest comedy or drama and so watching the Emmys is not something really important to me. However, I love a good Red Carpet, so here are a few of my favorite hits, misses, and various observations on the state of dress of television stars of today.
Red was, as usual, a popular choice. (As were deep cut-v necklines.)
Not a huge fan of any of those, nor these two, which scream “prom” just a little too much to me.
For my true hits of the evening:
Some “Honorable Mentions”:
Of course there are always a few “misses” of the evening. While I can appreciate the differences in personal style, some of these, are well, just wrong.
Hello 90’s goth, this actually frightens me a little.
As for this? If you start at the bottom and work your way up it’s not so bad. Gorgeous print on the skirt, check. Beautiful pleating, check. Fitted waist, check. Black leather “arrow” saying, “look here!”, check. Bib I forgot to take off after eating, check. Dress fail.
Take away the awkward pleating from the hips and pull it up it few inches on top and it would change everything. So close, yet, so far.
And Julianne. Yes, we know you have an awesome body. (I mean, we can see it.) But come on. You’re wearing a leotard. I always see pictures like this and wonder, did your mother approve of this?
So, that’s my wrap up of the 2013 Emmys. Some good, some bad, some really really unfortunate. I leave you with this last photo of one of my favorites of the evening:
I totally would have rocked that dress when I was her age. Nice choice!