This is not the kind of post that I usually write. I will not discuss how I think that Matthew McConaughey should have won Best Actor in a drama series or that the Emmys really need to add “dramedy” as a category.
Today, I just want to have fun. Let’s talk about [some of] those dresses. If you want to see larger photos of the dresses, zoom in, and/or see the actresses heads, click here.
THE GOOD: I loved these dresses and the way that they were worn by the stars. I hope I’m not leaving any worthy ones out. But if I am, I’ll come back and include them.
Michelle Dockery: For years, ever since I re-did the tiles in one of my bathrooms, I’ve known that blue, green and white is a killer combination. But this mix has never looked better than on the Downton Abbey star. Three words: originality, class and elegance.
Viola Davis: Sexy, elegant, and a great choice of color.
THE BAD: I could’ve left out some from here. But, why? These had at least one thing wrong with them.
THE UGLY: I could have included a few more here. But, why? These three were really the worst.
Personally, I’ve always thought that there’s nothing more elegant than a long, black dress. But at this year’s Emmys all-black dresses were either uninspired or downright ugly. Most looked outdated. Here’s a sampling. And since I can’t get my cursor to go after the last photo, let me close by saying that it was fun being a fashionista/opinionista, and that’s all.