Emmy’s Red Carpet 2013

The Oscar’s of television started off in E! Network with the usual hosts (Rancic, Osborne, Ross, Seacrest, and Ross) interviewing the nominees and following up with former winners. So here we go the report of the Emmy’s red carpet.

*All Images came from Tom & Lorenzo, NBC & Getty Images*

Mad Men actress, Kirnan Shipka is young like spring, but this dress unfortunately it was mad and not in a good way. Delpozo’s top is gorgeous, but the skirt does not go along with the top. It seems that the designer grabbed an old skirt from five seasons ago and thought it would be an amazing idea to place it with the floral top…it’s just terrible.

Kirnan Shipka in Delpozo

Zosia Mamet, the Girls actress came in happily wearing a gown by Honor Woman. I love the space inspired print, but the bust line is a little off beat; however, I do not hate it.

Zosia Mamet in Honor Woman

Zooey Deschanel in J. Mendel is a surprising change from her usual vintage look. She looks stunning in this modern cut with this sliver gown that is not flashy, yet elegant enough to earn high marks in this red carpet.

Zooey Deschanel in J Mendel

Ditching her mom jeans from her character in Breaking Bad, Anna Gunn brings a classic gown that is not exactly an original look; however, renowned designer, Ramona Kebeza is hard to go wrong with a gown by this designer. Nonetheless, this is a safe dress.

Anna Gunn by Ramona Kebeza

Taylor Schilling lead actress of the Netflix series, Orange is the New Black is wearing Thakoon. Like Schilling, Thakoon is a rising star and heading into the prestigious ranks of Alexander Wang and Alexander McQueen. This clean-cut dress is an excellent start for the red carpet newcomer.

Taylor Schilling in Thakoon

Breakout star, Audrey Plaza continuous to rise theatrically speaking, but the whole look is not the best. The Mario Schwab gown has some odd details that is unnecessary. Plaza is beautiful – her stylist should have done a better job.

Audrey Plaza in Marios Schwab

Heidi Klum in Versace. The Emmy winner shines in this deep red Versace gown and she smartly did not commit the common sin to wear heavy jewelry with an ornate gown.

Heidi Klum in Versace

Sarah Hyghland looks chic in Carolina Herrera. Although the fabric looks a bit heavy, it compensates her simple hairdo, yet I would have ditch the dark lipstick and the handbag – they just don’t go.

Sarah Hyland in Carolina Herrera

Veep star, Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Monique Lhuillier is an excellent choice for her. Like Klum, Dreyfus kept her makeup and jewelry simple because here the star is the gown. One of my favorite gowns of the night.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Monique Lhuillier

Girls lead actress, Lena Dunham is a funny girl, but her dress by Prada isn’t the best choice for this occasion. I understand that Dunham likes color, yet Prada aged the 27 year-old.

Lena Dunham in Prada

Kerry Washington is indeed Hollywood’s “It” girl and once again, The Scandal star shines as best dressed in Marchesa. Not everyone can pull off a nude color, but Washington owns this moment in the red carpet.

Kerry Washington in Marchesa

Colombian beauty, Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang. It is rare to see Sofia in her natural blonde hair color. Love her dress because it shows off her body wonderfully. Plus, the jewelry is just right for this night.

Sofia Vergara in Vera Wang

Tina Fey in Narcisso Rodriguez yet, Fey looks great in blue and even showing some cleavage. By the way, ladies that’s how a cleavage should be worn. Though, I would suggest a little bit heavier jewelry considering that her outfit is simple. The overall look is amazing!

Tina Fey at the 2013 Emmy’s

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