Well, the TV’s biggest stars dazzled the Red Carpet of the 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards this Sunday.
While some stars stole the show, some left us confused with their daring fashion risks. And this is Red Carpet, and there is no way a red carpet is complete without a few misses.
As for the Worst Dressed –
“Veep” star Anna Chlumsky’s Christian Siriano dress had too many elements and did no justice to her physique. The off-the-shoulder neckline to the long train to the odd hem, that dress was certainly a no-no. However she is no way to be blamed, as she had a baby just two months ago.
Actress Alia Shawkat turned heads for all the wrong reasons and indeed showed how unflattering florals can be. The weirdly placed ruffles gave a bizarre look that was totally outdated. Though the colors was bright, it did send waves of dullness.
“Modern Family” star Sarah Hyland did try to pull off the modern look in this Monique Lhuillier top and black pants. And dress over pants combo is definitely a red carpet thing but the two halves or side trains didn’t quite work.
Gwendoline Christie could have gone for just a simple floor-length gown, as anything could have been better on her. However, not this dress, with that giant bustle in the back, which pushed it into entirely another category.
Amy Poehler’s Pamella Roland gown could have been a hit with just a few alterations, especially with her newish red locks that goes great with those exquisite embellishments. But that too long becaped sleeves made it look like the comedian’s arms are heavily clamped to her hips.
Laura Carmichael was nothing like Lady Edith. Be it the odd color combination or the giant bow, that Delpozo was a big no.
Claire Danes’ smile was really breathtaking, but there was something that was off with her dress. From the material of her Schiaparelli dress to the odd front, Grecian-influenced wraparounds, the high-shine silk chiffon, were quite a stunner. But, it was the unflattering hue of her tan that didn’t get along well, as it was all that got the attention.