It’s the battle of the networks! Netflix and HBO both won 23 awards apiece. Amazon won big for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. And who could forget that proposal heard around the world? In case you missed it Emmy winner director Glenn Weiss proposed to Jan Svendsen during his acceptance speech. Yet it was the gorgeous gowns and fashionable frocks that really grabbed my attention at this year’s 2018 Emmy Awards, and it looks like a lot of the celebrities upped their game. Here are some of the best dressed at the Emmy Awards.
Take Jessica Biel for example. While she didn’t win for The Sinner, you could see how proud of the show she executive produces and stars in by how glamorous she looked last night in a Ralph & Russo dress. I think it’s the best she’s ever looked.
The Best Dressed Celebrities At The Emmy Awards 2018
Angela Sarafyan wore a showstopping Christian Siriano number, which looked like he had taken a piece of the night sky covered with stars and placed it on a jaw-dropping gown.
She wasn’t the only one to look jaw-dropping in Christian Siriano
Other standouts included:
This is one of those dresses people are going to disagree on as best dressed. You may not like the color, but the way it showcases her curves is very beautiful.
The feathers came a flying on Sarah Paulson and Penelope Cruz, wearing two different (big-name) designers!
Claire Foy’s dress is simple in front, but check out that back!
I know the Black-ish star was going for a look here, but it just didn’t pan out. It looks too cupcake, bubble gum.
Sadly, this is Carolina Herrera, who I absolutely love, but not one of her best looks.
What’s going on with the see-through on top, texture on the bottom?
Megan Mullaly, you’re better than that!
Do you agree or disagree with our best dressed at The Emmy Awards 2018 picks? We’d love to know.
– Simona Shemer
You may also like to read more from Simona: Best Looks On The Celebrities In The Front Row at NYFW Spring 2019 and Age Appropriate Celebrity Style.
Photos: People.com, EOnline
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