- The 73rd annual Emmy Awards were held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Sunday.
- Many celebrities arrived in red carpet-worthy looks, but other stars’ fashion choices weren’t great.
- Emma Corrin’s headpiece detracted from her gown, and Kate Winslet’s outfit was boring.
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Although Olsen looked pretty in the white dress, the billowing sleeves and cape back swallowed her. It looked more like the dress was wearing her than the other way around.
The Valentino gown could have been a cool red-carpet look for Murphy, but it appeared to be too big for “The Schitt’s Creek” star. It also looked too long, as the hem of the dress bunched on the floor in photos. If it had been tailored to fit her frame, the dress probably would have looked better.
The sleeves of the gown were also unbuttoned, making the ensemble look less put together than one would expect for a red-carpet outfit.
The hat appeared to be inspired by the caps Miu Miu included in its ski-inspired collection for Fall/Winter 2021, which was an odd choice for a red-carpet look.
Corrin looked striking in the monochromatic yellow ensemble, but the hat was so unique that it distracted from the rest of the outfit. If Corrin had just worn the dress and gloves, the outfit would have been more successful.
While the bright jacket was a fun red-carpet choice, the rest of the look made it fall flat, as the variety of neutrals just looked wrong together.
The individual pieces of the outfit were beautiful, but put together, they didn’t have red-carpet appeal.
They actually looked a bit casual, and the combination of the long jacket and soft pants almost made it seem like Levy was wearing a pajama set.
The dress definitely had beautiful details, like its sparkly fabric and embroidered trim.
But the gown looked too baggy on Ross, and the length of the dress caused it to blend into the red carpet. A thigh-high slit could have elevated her look.
Overall, the dress was just lackluster compared to other red-carpet outfits she’s worn in recent years, like the daring white dress she wore to the 2016 Emmys.
The suits were fun, but they were a bit too much. They looked more like costumes than red-carpet attire.
Plus, the color of the Sullivans’ outfits didn’t look great next to each other, which was odd since they seemed to be attempting to coordinate their looks.
Her Carolina Herrera Spring 2022 dress had a plunging neckline and full skirt, both of which looked glamorous.
But the gown had giant, puffy sleeves that covered the majority of Paulson’s arms and seemed to be a play on the Regency trend in fashion.
The sleeves fell flat, as they detracted from the other beautiful aspects of the gown. The dress also had ruched detailing, which just looked like wrinkles in photos.
It’s fun when stars wear retro outfits, but Hahn picked two of the worst 2000s trends to bring back.
The chunky belt took over the whole top, and the peplum blended in with the pants, creating an off-balanced look. She would have been better off wearing a sleeker, more formfitting black jumpsuit.
The “Shrill” star designed the green dress with Simone Rocha. It was covered in red and white floral detailing, had quarter-length sleeves, and was tea-length. She paired the gown with a red headband and wicker-style red purse.
The outfit had a cottagecore look, and it would have been a great choice for a picnic or even a daytime awards show. But it just wasn’t enough for the Emmys.
Although the gown had an effervescent energy that was fun, it had too much going on. The beading didn’t look right together, and the trim clashed with the green detailing on the skirt.
The look had fun parts to it, but it didn’t look like a red-carpet dress all put together. The colors made it seem more like a daytime look.
The top of the gown was stunning, but the feather detailing just didn’t work on the skirt. Rather than looking high-fashion, the color and fabric looked abrupt next to the rest of the gown.
If the skirt had stayed simple all the way to the floor, Erivo would have had one of the best red-carpet looks of the night.
Winslet looked beautiful in the dress, but there was nothing standout about the gown. A lower neckline, slit, or detailing would have made the dress more eye-catching.