If you caught even just a glimpse of the Emmys, or the after-shows discussing the next hundred-thousand dollar dress whoever was wearing, you’ve probably noticed the recurring patterns of trends – in other words, doubles… or in celebrity world, their worst nightmare. In real life, wearing something similar to someone in the same room is kind of okay, because you can easily pull of the “#twinsiieeess” idea. But in Hollywood, the only form of communication you’ll get is a cut-eye, because next thing you’ll know, you’re being brutally compared – just like in this post!
Kaley Cuoco In Angel Sanchez, Claire Danes In Lanvin, Julianne Moore In Christian Dior, Julie Bowen In Monique Lhuillier
Winner: Julie Bowen
… only because Claire Danes looked like a saggy banana, Julianne Moore’s $50,000 Dior Couture made her look like a teletubby, and she seems a lot happier in her dress than Kaley Cuoco. Julie Bowen’s dress was also leaning towards a neon-yellow, rather than, you know, banana-yellow.
Christina Hendricks In Christian Siriano, Sarah Hyland In Marchesa, Amanda Peet In Calvin Klein, Emily VanCamp In J. Mendel
Winner: Emily VanCamp.
There is one sacred rule to abide by, when choosing to wear nude – never ever leave your house if you look washed out. For Christina Hendricks and Amanda Peet, no one informed them that they were too pale to go for nude dresses. Sarah Hyland and Emily VanCamp suit the colour nude because they’re skin tones are darker. Emily wins over Sarah, because her dress doesn’t make her look like a flowergirl.
Jena Malone In J. Mendel, Kat Dennings In J. Mendel, Cat Deeley In Andrew Gn, Julia Louis-Dreyfus In Vera Wang
Winner: Julia Louise-Dreyfus
Red has been overdone, and so has the slit. But we like that Julia’s choice of wine-red, the cut emphasizes her curves and flatters her body, and the added touch of turquoise studs is the ultimate cherry on top.
Julianne Hough In Georges Hobeika Couture, Heidi Klum In Alexandre Vauthier, Couture, Zooey Deschanel In Reem Acra,
Winner: Zooey Deschanel
The princess costume has been done too many times on the red carpet, but Zooey Deschanel pulls off this look exceptionally. The sky blue dress is a stunning contrast to her dark hair and blue eyes.
Nicole Kidman In Antonio Berardi, Julianna Margulies In Giambattista Valli Couture, Ginnifer Goodwin In Monique Lhuillier , Emilia Clarke In Chanel
Winner: Emilia Clarke
Kudos, as always, to Chanel for creating a print-embroidered dress that is not so overwhelming, and shouts “cute, but mysterious.” The placement of the print is just right – unlike the other candidates, this dress doesn’t take over the spotlight but adds pure elegance to the overall ensemble.
Lena Headey In Armani Privé, Alexandra Breckenridge, January Jones In Zac Posen, Giuliana Rancic In Romona Keveza
Winner: January Jones
We are extremely impressed that January Jones managed to pull of such an edgy look, and still stand with so much elegance on the red carpet. The slick-back hair and jewel-less ensemble is perfect with the overly detailed gown.
Jane Krakowski In Kaufmanfranco, Sofia Vergara In Zuhair Murad, Kerry Washington In Vivienne Westwood, Lucy Liu In Versace
Winner: Sofia Vergara
How can you resist such a beautiful, funny, and talented mermaid?
Giuliana Rancic In Romona Keveza, Jena Malone In J. Mendel, Heidi Klum In Alexandre Vauthier, Alexandra Breckenridge
Winner: Heidi Klum
We agree with you, no one will ever work the slit like Angelina, but we have got to hand it to Heidi Klum. This woman is 39 years old, has four children, and still manages to maintain perfectly toned, perfectly tanned legs? #seriously.