Yesterday, the 2010 Emmy Awards took place and none of the looks were really standout to me. Everybody in general looked...nice. This doesn't mean I am devoid of opinions, however:
Jayma Mays looked great in this Burberry gown. I love the gown, I love the fit, and I love navy. Kudos to Jayma!
Kim Kardashian wore a Grecian-inspired Marchesa gown. Kim is a master of red carpet looks, she ALWAYS looks gorgeous.
I thought Claire Danes looked radiant in this soft-pink sequin gown. Her hair and skin color really accentuated the overall color palette.
Rutina Wesley went a little overboard on the body oil and I am not feeling the shoes, but she looks fabulous in this dress. The fit is wonderful!
Anna Paquin wore this Alexander McQueen gown that had all the makings for me to love it...but, something went wrong with the skirt. The seam at the waist and the awkward cut of the front hem makes me uncomfortable. Oh, and I think Anna should've eased up on the chunky bracelets due the heavy embellished neckline.
Dianna Agron in Carolina Herrera. No, your computer is not making you see double...its the dress. I either want to snatch off that bottom skirt, stitch the top skirt into the bottom one, or put an unattractive woman in it because it looks funny and draws the eye away from the face.
January Jones...this gown looks kinda off, doesn't it? The "Like a Virgin" Madonna-esque bodice, the heavy train, and black shoes are just turning. me. off.
I've seen Lo Bosworth put more effort into a night out at Area nightclub.Come on girl! This is the Emmy Awards!
Christina Hendricks really upsets me. She has such an amazing figure and doesn't know how to work it. She can wear stuff that most women can't, yet she wears stuff that no woman should.
Lauren Graham's gown is looking very fashion school projectish.
Uh oh! Is navy one of the hot colors?! I sure hope so. We've got another one - Lea Michele's navy Oscar de la Renta isn't the hottest gown, but she looks great in it.
Heidi and Seal always look good...that is all.
John Krasinski is definitely outshining his woman in Prada.
The quintessential man on and off-screen, Jon Hamm shows us how dapper he is Giorgio Armani.
I'm liking the pairing of Peter Facinelli's white tie with his Dolce & Gabbana tux.
Mark Salling looks interesting in Calvin Klein. It looks more wet than shiny...like leather or something. I hope it looked better in person.
I'm not a fan of Nelsan Ellis' look either. I think if we took away the hat and the bow tie, we'd be off to a good start.