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The Life Elite’s Top Five Favorite Emmys Red Carpet Looks

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Posted: August 26, 2014 at 2:41 am   /   by   /   comments (0)
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Award shows are always a great place to ogle those living The Life Elite. Here are five of our favorite red carpet looks.

Kaley Cuoco of The Big Bang Theory 

With a flat-ironed pixie haircut and a dress that was perfectly sweet, Kaley brought a whole new meaning to pretty in pink with her pink accented red dress. Elegant ballerina and dainty are great ways to describe this look.

 

Laverne Cox of Orange is the New Black 

 

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Looking absolutely beautiful in white, Miss Cox walked down the red carpet with grace. She looked like a classic Hollywood starlet, though she is absolutely revolutionary and beyond classic!

 

 

Julia Roberts of The Normal Heart

 

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Even host Seth Myers joked about movie stars showing up at the Emmys, asking Matthew McConaughey to leave and take Julia Roberts with him. Her short beaded dress was proof that you can take the Oscar winner out of the movies but not the Oscar fashion sense out of the movie star!

 

 

Sarah Hyland of Modern Family

 

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Comfort and youthful class best describe the two piece Hyland wore to the Emmys this year. Even the hair was perfect. She was fully prepared for a hot summer day in Los Angeles. Her skirt had pockets. Enough said.

 

 

Taylor Schilling of Orange is the New Black

 

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Taylor looked phenomenal in her white beaded dress with mini train. Her hair was loosely pinned up, a perfect addition to the gorgeous and suiting look. She was so lovely, it’s hard to imagine that she ever wore orange. That dress certainly isn’t standard issue in prison. Bravo.

 

Did you have favorites? It’s hard not to with a start-studded event like this. We know. This list was originally called “The Top 500.”