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Felicity Huffman In Tony Ward Couture – 2017 Emmy Awards

Felicity Huffman was a beauty in (pale) blue at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday night (September 17) in LA.

Having been an Emmys regular for more than a decade, the actress looked radiant in yards of blue lace.

The Tony Ward Couture gown was cut beautifully. And it was evident from her radiant smile that the former ‘Desperate Housewives’ actress felt good in it. Her smile was so infectious that I didn’t even mind the illusion neckline that can sometimes spoil a good dress.

Felicity’s undone blonde waves made me more convinced she hasn’t changed since her first appearance on the carpet.

She probably didn’t need the jewels, but their chunkiness was a nice contrast to the delicate lace.

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Alessandra Mastronardi In Chanel Couture – 2017 Emmy Awards

Alessandra Mastronardi attended the 2017 Emmy Awards in Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The ‘Master of None’ actress wore a Chanel Spring 2017 Couture gown with a diamond cuff bracelet and gold pumps.

This dress is such a modern version of Chanel, and it’s quite fun. The neckline is completely unique, while the fabric is intrinsically Chanel, and the skirt is the perfect 80s-trend throwback. It’s definitely a completely unique approach to the Emmy’s fashion, and while I wasn’t sure at first, I genuinely like this look!

I do wish that the skirt has the same volume we saw on the runway, but kudos to Alessandra for bringing this unique point-of-fashion-view to the night.

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Natalia Dyer In Vera Wang – 2017 Emmy Awards

She’s on one of the more popular shows of the 2017 Emmy Awards, so it was no surprise that ‘Stranger Things’ starlet Natalia Dyer was at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in LA.

The young, up-and-comer has wasted no time in establishing a presence on the red carpet, and she continued in similar form here.

Wearing a custom Vera Wang design in a beautiful shade of jade green, she navigated the ocean of fabric that billowed around her quite well.

However, it did make me glad that she opted for such a minimal take on styling. Otherwise, this ball gown of a look could have easily worn her and forfeited its fanciful sense of youthfulness.

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Jaimie Alexander In Naeem Khan – 2017 Emmy Awards

Jaimie Alexander attended the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in Los Angeles.

The star wore a striking Naeem Khan Pre-Fall 2017 gown with Schutz ‘Fostoria’ heels and Eva Fehren diamond spear earrings.

Jaimie has such an innately edgy vibe, and I love this gown choice for her. We don’t often see print on the red carpet, and she is the perfect person to bring this totally cool gown to life on the carpet.

Her hair and makeup choices complete the super cool vibe of this look.

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Jennifer Nettles In Pamella Roland – 2017 Emmy Awards

Taking an absolutely breathtaking turn down the red carpet, Jennifer Nettles duly stunned at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17) in LA.

I was in awe of this hypnotizing Pamella Roland Resort 2018 body-con, embellished gown.

The lemony meringue hue held an enticement all its own.

And, the streamlined silhouette provided its own measure of mega allure that was only further enhanced by her sleek updo, complementary metallic Aldo sandals, and well-placed jewels.

What a night and day difference from her last look at the Variety and Women In Film’s 2017 Pre-Emmy Celebration.

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Tatiana Maslany In Reem Acra – 2017 Emmy Awards

After a whimsical turn in florals at the ‘Stronger’ New York premiere, it was back to black for Tatiana Maslany at the 2017 Emmy Awards on Sunday (September 17).

The 2016 Emmy winner channelled decades gone by in a custom Reem Acra gown. Side-parted curls and drop earrings played up the retro feel.

The ‘Orphan Black’ star also accessorised with a GLAAD blue ampersand pin, representing the power of unity.

The cut of the dress is fantastic— particularly the neckline—but I’m craving something else. Perhaps, something other than black fabric would have left me feeling wholly satisfied.

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