Monday, September 24, 2012

Hey, hey, the Emmys!

Surprising myself I have to say that this is my favorite dress of the evening.  I would never have expected to favor this color, but it just looked so bright and fresh and really stood out to me.  Julianne Moore also pulled off the color, but I loved the shape and ruching of this Monique Lhuillier dress more.

Kat Dennings looks so beautiful in this J. Mendel and the red is a perfect pairing for her milky skin and dark hair, but, and I hate to say it, her body is just not meant for this cut.  I can speak for the larger-chested ladies and I know what it feels like to lose weight and fit into dress shapes you've only looked at from afar for years, BUT that doesn't mean you should wear them.  I'll give her a pass, but I won't stop staring at her boobs.

Relaxed and radiant, Claire Danes can do wrong.   Even while saying "holler" and "baby daddy" in Lanvin. 

 What a terrible picture and I'm afraid I have to say Sarah Paulson looks better as a blonde, yet I still loved this Reem Acra gown.  It looked striking on my tv screen and like something any girl would love to wear.

And DAYUM did Tina Fey not look bangin' in this Carolina Herrera custom gown.  Girl really stepped it out. 

Here are all of the notes I took during the ceremony before giving up and living vicariously with strangers on Twitter:
  • Julie Bowen - Don’t make a speech saying how ridiculously easy your job is.  It’s embarrassing.  
  • Amy Poehler’s bit during Julia’s win.  So funny and great to get a real feeling that these ladies are all rooting for one another.  
  • Connie Britton’s hair is a lesson in not knowing yourself.  I understand wanting to do something different.  But NO. 
If you want the rest of my own personal peanut gallery you can check it out on Twitter.

all images via Instyle

1 comment:

Bridgid said...

Whoa. Just googled Connie Britton--girl did not look good AT ALL. Terrible dress and terrible hair. Fire your stylist, Connie!

But I LOVE the bright yellow dresses!

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