Emmy Awards 2020: Tracee Ellis Ross in Alexandre Vauthier Couture: IN or OUT?

Posted on September 21, 2020

We’ve done more than our share of opinionating on Emmys fashion over the last 12 hours and while we have no intention to stop, a couple bitches do need to slow down and eat a sandwich every now and then. So with that in mind, we’re turning the final call on this look over to you. But not before we say a few things, of course. A couple bitches may be hangry, but they’ve still got things to say when a ladystar steps out in this much glamour:


This dress is practically the textbook illustration for the concept of “A LOT.” But if there’s any celebrity gal who can handle a couple of gallons of extra-ness in her fashion choices, it’s Miss Ross, who loves to be quirky, loud and unexpected in her style. On a night that so many had predicted would be all about loungewear, Tracee said “no way” to all that and showed up drowning in gold and ruffles. If we’re being super-nitpicky about it (which we are, because what else is the point to us?) we’d note that the necklace isn’t needed, that the shoes are a different shade of gold than the dress, and that she might have been better if she’d let her hair run free and wild. But she seems to have understood that the people who tune into the Emmys want something to look at and she sent the message that it was a night to party and have fun, even if it really was the weirdest Emmys of all time. So while we think there are some down sides to this look, or choices that don’t help it, we tend to come down on the approval side. That’s us, though. You’re in charge here so let’s hear it:

Tracee Ellis Ross’s Golden Emmys Moment:

IN or OUT? 







Style Credits:
Alexandre Vauthier Metallic Ruffle Dress from the Fall 2020 Couture Collection
Tiffany & Co. Jewelry
Jimmy Choo Shoes

Styled by Karla Welch | Hair by Tracee Ellis Ross | Makeup by Tracey Levy


[Photo Credit: ABC, Tracee Ellis Ross/Instagram – Video Credit: Television Academy]

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