The 66th Primetime Emmy Awards: Sofia Vergara, Julia Roberts, Kerry Washington and More

August 26, 2014 • Celebrity Style, Fashion Blog

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Red and white madness hit the red carpet at the 2014 Primetime Emmy Awards and if it wasn’t red or white on a gown, it was something completely opposite – like Sarah Paulson’s black with red polka dots number or Kerry Washington’s modern orange gown with a slit.

I guess you could say the outfits were up and down, like the Emmys themselves, which featured everything from Amy Poehler’s hilarious jokes to a touching tribute to Robin Williams. Most of the stars shined but some, like Lena Dunham, didn’t.

Let’s check out the best of the best at this year’s Emmy Awards. Here’s looking at you, Julia Roberts!

Julia Roberts in Elie Saab

Julia Roberts in Elie Saab

Can anyone else not get over this Elie Saab mini on Julia Roberts? Not just the mini itself but the fact that Julia Roberts is wearing it!! I would have never expected it from her and it is such a beautiful work of art and so refreshing! I know People magazine keeps saying they called it but did they call it ON Julia Roberts?

Kerry Washington wearing Prada

Kerry Washington in Prada

Something about this gown on Kerry Washington is just so amazing and incredulous all at once? I mean, I don’t know whether to love it or hate it.  The orange is different, the silver lining is unique, and don’t even get me started on that black sparkly piece under the slit.

Sarah Paulson, Armani Prive

Sarah Paulson in Armani Prive

Another gown I’m not sure what to make of. I sort of love it for being different and hate it for being the way it is at the same time. Sarah Paulson dares to wear this Armani Prive tulle gown which sort of looks like a gothic bride’s wedding dress gone awry.

Mayim Bialik

Mayim Bialik in Torontino

I know, I know..Mayim Bialik on the Best Dressed list here? Weird. But awesome, too. This is really the best I’ve ever seen The Big Bang Theory star look.  The intricacies of the dress, the appropriateness of the sleeves, and that bold blue color. Just divine.

Jessica Pare, Lanvin

Jessica Pare in Lanvin

I wonder if Second City Style Editor-In-Chief Lauren Dimet Waters would agree with my choices here? We always have different tastes and I know she’s going to hate some of the Best Dressed I’ve chosen.  This Lanvin dress, with its sequined bodice and tulip skirt, looked incredible on Jessica Pare and I wonder if others feel the same.

Camila Alves, Zuhair Murad

Camila Alves in Zuhair Murad

I’m planning to include a red and white section since those colors were most prominent on the red carpet this year. However, I have to take special note of the intricate Zuhair Murad dress worn by Camila Alves. Simply stunning and perfect for her.

Michelle Dockery, Rosie Assoulin

Michelle Dockery in Rosie Assoulin

Michelle Dockery always takes risks, and never ceases to disappoint in the fashion department. She stands out in a sea of reds and whites.

Gwen Stefani, Atelier Versace

Gwen Stefani in Atelier Versace

Guess one awards show wasn’t enough! Gwen Stefani made stops at two awards shows in a row – wowing us in LAMB at the VMAs and now in Versace at the Emmy Awards. She looked stunning in both creations, naturally.

Vanessa Williams, Kevin Hall

Vanessa Williams in Kevin Hall

Allison Williams, Giambattista Valli

Allison Williams in Giambattista Valli

Zooey Deschanel in Oscar de la Renta

Zooey Deschanel in Oscar de la Renta

Julie Bowen, Peter Som floral

Julie Bowen in Peter Som

Kate Walsh, Stephane Rolland

Kate Walsh in Stephane Rolland

Lizzy Caplan, Donna Karan Atelier

Lizzy Caplan in Donna Karan Atelier

White and All Sorts of Crimson

No one can deny that red and white were the go-to colors for celebs at the Emmy Awards this year. See what they did with this trend.

Christina Hendricks in Marchesa

Christina Hendricks in Marchesa

Claire Danes in Givenchy

Claire Danes in Givenchy

Heidi Klum in Zac Posen

Heidi Klum in Zac Posen

January Jones in Prabal Gurung

January Jones in Prabal Gurung

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Carolina Herrera

Julia Louis-Dreyfus in Carolina Herrera

Kaley Cuoco in Monique Lhuillier

Kaley Cuoco in Monique Lhuillier

Uzo Aduba in Christian Siriano

Uzo Aduba in Christian Siriano

Sarah Hyland in Christian Siriano

Sarah Hyland in Christian Siriano

Sofia Vergara in Roberto Cavalli

Sofia Vergara in Roberto Cavalli

Kate Mara in J. Mendel

Kate Mara in J. Mendel

Kristen Wiig in Vera Wang

Kristen Wiig in Vera Wang

Julianne Hough in Dsquared2

Julianne Hough in Dsquared2

 

– Simona Kogan

Photos: People.com, JustJared

Photos: People.com, JustJared

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