2013 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Rundown, Part 2

Posted on September 24, 2013

Aaron Paul and Bryan Cranston (both in Burberry)

Adorable.

Kiss each other on the mouth, guys. Just once.

What?

 

 

Allison Williams in Ralph Lauren

It’s pretty enough, but my God, she’s boring.

 

 

Allison Janney in Lorena Sarbu

Awful, we’re sorry to say. Not the color so much, although it’s not the easiest color to pull off. But nothing about this looks modern (or expensive) to us.

 

Anna Chlumsky in Badgley Mischka

All the freaking credit in the world for wearing that dress postpartum, girl. The color looks gorgeous, but we really don’t like the Christmas glitter on the hips.

 

 

Aubrey Plaza in Marios Schwab

Yet another see-through Little House on the Prairie dress. Is this a thing?

It’s … different.

 

 

Blair Underwood

Is it us, or do none of his limbs match in size? Is there some weird optical illusion going on here?

 

 

Brooke Burke in Hervé Léger by Max Azria

Striking. It feels a little off for the event somehow.

 

 

Carla Gugino in Georges Chakra

Does the job. We would think most celeb ladies would be tired of this particular shade of red, since it’s been on the awards show red carpets every year for about a decade now.

 

 

Cobie Smulders in J. Mendel

A pretty dress in a color that suits her, but that bust is weird.

 

 

Edie Falco in Escada

The shape of the dress isn’t flattering, her boobs are lumpy, and her hair looks too casual.

 

 

Ellen Burstyn

We thought this was an absolutely gorgeous look. That’s how you do 80 with style.

 

 

Evan Peters in Dsquared2

We burst out laughing.

 

 

Harry Hamlin and Lisa Rinna (in Reem Acra)

Isn’t it weird how these two are sort of the old statesman of Hollywood now? They’re like an institution. He looks great, although his pants need hemming. She, it has to be said, has massively improved on the style front as she’s gotten older. She needs a little support, though.

 

 

Jewel in Tony Ward Couture

Enh. Looks a little Hallmark store to us.

 

 

Jim Parsons in Z Zegna

The fit is terrible and we were distracted the whole night by his drab, slightly see-through shirt. Put on an undershirt, Jim.

 

 

Jon Hamm (in Giorgio Armani) and Jennifer Westfeldt (in J. Mendel)

She looks preety and relatively understated, although we’re not loving the black accessories here. His pants are too big and his jacket’s too small, which is to be expected from him at this point. It’s not a look he should sport permanently or even long-term, but he does rock the shit out of that beard.

 

 

Julianne Hough in Jenny Packham

Ridiculously tacky. Line that shit and hoik up those straps, hon. You’re looking desperate.

 

 

Kelly Osbourne in Jenny Packham

Pretty.

 

 

Kit Harington

Pretty stylin’, we have to say. We’re a bit surprised and impressed.

The shoes are wrong, though.

 

Laura Dern in Naeem Khan

A blonde in pink can go Barbie so easily, but this is miles away from it. It’s a gorgeous gown – and we’re not inclined to love pink lacey gowns.

 

 

Lena Headey in Alessandra Rich

Oh, honey. This is just tacky.

 

 

Leslie Mann in J. Mendel

Interesting enough. Head-turning, in a way.

We’re so grateful we’re looking at a sheer skirt where we can’t see her panties that we’re willing to praise practically anything.

 

 

Malin Akerman in Marchesa

Standard.

 

 

Morena Baccarin in Alexander McQueen

We realize it’s sometimes a condescending thing to say of a woman in the extreme stages of pregnancy, but she really does look gorgeous.

 

Morgan Saylor in Honor

Really didn’t like this look at all. The hair and makeup in particular are unflattering and age her up. She’s 18.

 

 

Robin Wright in Ralph Lauren

She is giving us scary, fierce bitch and we are loving her for it.

 

Tina Fey in Narciso Rodriguez

Great color; fits her great, but we think it’d look better with two straps instead of the halter strap.

 

 

Vera Farmiga in Theyskens’ Theory

Dramatic as hell and off the beaten path. We love it.

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: Jennifer Graylock/INFphoto.com]

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