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2015 Emmy Awards Fashion Review

Hey Everyone!
I'm here again this year for the best and worst dress of the 2015 Emmy Awards. 
The stars were out and everyone looked beautiful, well almost everyone. I'm going to be giving you the Great, Good, Bad, and the Ugly of fashion.. 
All pictures were taken from People.com 


Let's start with the Great..


Amanda Pete looked Gorgeous in this beautiful black cut-out Michael Kors gown.
It kinda reminds me of Ashley's picture dress on Project Runway.. 


Sarah Hyland looks all grown up in this Zac Posen beautiful Merlot colored number.



Beautiful Back View


Chelsea Peretti  looked stunning in this apple blossom printed gown..




Ellie Kemper sent me threw a Kaleidoscope of joy with this Naeem Khan colorful beauty.


Danielle Brooks looks absolutely magnificent in Christian Siriano. 



Joanne Froggatt dress saw beautiful but I deducting points because of that unfinished edge.. 
It's like that just did the fitting a minute ago.. 


Back View



Emma Roberts brought timeless glamour back. 

Bravo Emma


January Jones looked phenomenal in Ulyana Sergeenko Emerald jumpsuit. 



Claire Danes looks breathtaking in this lovely sequins gown.



Jessica Pare' is chic in every way..



Padma Lakshmi citrine colored Romona Keveza dress was made just for her.
She looks absolutely ravishing. 



Gina Rodriguez looks ethereal in this beaded and feathered white gown 



Adrien Brody can never ever goes wrong in my book..
Soo sexy..







THE GOOD


Modern Family's Julie Bowen kept it modern in classic black gown with a twist.



Lavern Cox silhouette in Calvin Klein Collection is always on point. 
Ladies, please take notes on how to dress a body beautiful..  



Back View



Teyonah Parris looks sensational in her polka gown,,



Lady Gaga was simple but elegant in her black ensemble. 





THE OVER 50 & FABULOUS CLUB


Judith Light still looks like Angela from "Who's the Boss".
This lady puts alot of these women to shame at age 66.

I loved her conservative navy button down with a whole lot of color in this high-waisted skirt..



Julia Louis-Dreyfus always shines. 



Jessica Lange loves beautiful in her navy gown. 



Jamie Lee Curtis never ages.
I love her simple gown with a touch of sparkle on her wrist..



Christine Baranski looked prepossessing in pink!! 




BEST COUPLES


Christine Marzano and Stephen Merchant looks great.
Her dress was everything to me, cut outs in all the right places. 



David Oyelowo and his very beautiful wife.



Liev Schreiber and Naomi Watts in Dior Haute Couture were just Perfect.. 



 THE UGLY


Hey, Heidi, Hey! 
I have no words.
Oh, yes I do. You dress looks really confused.. 
Bad Choice, Very Bad Choice...



Julianne Hough looks like Wicked Witch of the West.



Back View 



Taryn Manning looks like Wicked Witch of the North.



Back View



Kathryn Hahn is Wicked Witch of the East in Vivienne Westwood 



Taraji P Henson looked like Wicked Witch of the South in this Alexander Wang gown.
I'm soo disappointed in her dress, she needs to fire her stylist ASAP.

NO, Taraji.. 


Kerry Washington in another monstrosity by Marc Jacob. 
She has no sense of style to me. This dress is way too big for her and it doesn't flatter her at all.  



Back View



Special Congrats to Viola Davis for Outstanding Lead Actress is a Drama Series.


 Regina King for Winning an Emmy for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series..




And Uzo Aduba for Winning Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series.




I hope you've enjoyed my review on Tonight's 2015 Emmy Awards.
Feel free to comment and tell me who your favorites were tonight..

Until Next Time...
EMMY IT CHIC... 











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