2014 Emmy Awards Red Carpet Rundown – Part 2

Posted on August 27, 2014

Home stretch, y’all!



Halle Berry in Elie Saab Fall 2014
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Very proud of her right leg; mysteriously embarrassed of her left eye.

Not a great color for her.



Kate Walsh in Stéphane Rolland Couture Spring 2014
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Points for going bold, but we’re not sure she can pull this color off and the hair just looks too sleek for the dress.

She kinda looks like a pile of lemon peels.



Laura Prepon in Gustavo Cadile
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This dress just can’t make up it’s damn mind. And her hair’s a mess. Interesting color combo, though.



Kelly Osbourne in Honor Spring 2014
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Octavia Spencer in Tadashi Shoji
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Her man Tadashi always does right by her.



Edie Falco in Escada
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Betsy Brandt in Alice + Olivia
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It’s different (for the Emmys) and pretty. A little doll-like, but we can live with that in this sea of sameness.



Kiernan Shipka in Antonio Berardi Resort 2015
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Sorry, Kiernan. Not even you can pull off that waist thing.



Yael Stone
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 YOU can make your very own RED CARPET DRESS! Here’s what you’ll need:

Some old patio furniture

Any old strip of shitty fabric

A hot glue gun

Safety scissors

A parent or grownup to help you out.



Keke Palmer in Rubin Singer
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On her way to the drag ball.



Rose Leslie
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It’s a pretty and interesting dress, but the bustline is too low and too wide for her. And her makeup is ghostly.



Zooey Deschanel in Oscar de la Renta
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Alysia Reiner in Alexander McQueen
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We know it’s McQueen and all, but when you find yourself in front of a mirror asking “Does this bejeweled cleavage tree really work for me?” you should probably reach for something else on the rack.



Danielle Brooks  in Nathaniel Paul
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Bridal as hell. We don’t know what she was thinking.



Gabourey Sidibe in Octavio Carlin
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God, are we sick of looking at this tomato-red. This is all right for her, but she’s done better than this on the red carpet.



Katherine Heigl in Vintage John Hayles
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Too satiny, a little matronly, and the color does nothing for her.  It’s like something Ethel Mertz would wear to a gala event.



Mayim Bialik  in Oliver Tolentino
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From the Barbara Bush Sears Collection.



Amanda Peet in Giambattista Valli Resort 2015
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Pretty, if a little night-gowny. She’s pregs, so that probably felt appropriate to her.



Christine Baranski
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Has every right in the world to look smug.



Dascha Polanco in Johanna Johnson
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Oh, honey. The bodice is way too tight, the skirt is too big and too long, the hair and makeup are totally child pageant. Let’s go home and start over, mkay?



Sibel Kekilli in Kaviar Gauche
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Pretty and slightly unusual, but it’s definitely lacking in the styling.


Kate Mulgrew
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It’s cutting into her bust a little bit, which is a shame, because it looks pretty great otherwise. Don’t love the sleeve seams being so prominent, though.



Sarah Paulson in Armani Privé Fall 2014
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In the village of Hollywood, suspected witches are forced to stand in the middle of a colony of fire ants.



Anna Chlumsky in Zac Posen Resort 2015
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It doesn’t photograph well at all, but this is probably the most polished we’ve ever seen her look. Sleek enough to avoid looking bridal.



Uzo Aduba in Christian Siriano
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BAM. It’s not reinventing the wheel, but it gets the job done for her.



Julianne Hough in Dsquared2 Spring 2014
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TOTALLY bridal. How is that not obvious? At least avoid the white pumps, for God’s sake.



Hayden Panettiere in Lorena Sarbu Fall 2014
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Yes, we get it. You’re pregnant. AND you have boobs.

Feh. We’re cranky now.



January Jones in Prabal Gurung Resort 2015
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Suits her to a T, but it almost feels a little expected. She seems over the whole fame thing, but we were kind of hoping she’d show up wearing something totally cracktastic, like the old days. The best she could manage was that tatty-ass hairstyle.





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