Sarah Hyland made the bold move of pairing a Monique Lhullier embroidered top with dual side trains with a pair of black pants. We get a lot of our fashion IDs from The Fashion Court’s twitter and they have a runway photo of this outfit with white pants, but the pants are embroidered and look too busy. I do like the white pants better in theory, but not in lace as it competes with the embroidery. This is a bold choice and I like the elegant floral and butterfly pattern on the top. Seeing all of these dresses with embroidery makes me want to learn how to do it. Her hair and makeup are also perfection, I was impressed by all the good styling last night.
Here’s Sarah’s costar, Ariel Winter, in Yousef Al Jasmi, which is a dress Kylie Jenner was seen in during NYFW, only shorter. Ariel said on the red carpet that she loved the dress, saw it and picked it because it was “sparkly” and she “loved the fit of it.” Ariel likes formfitting fashion and she often dresses like a Kardashian, so it makes sense that Kylie has worn this. Sarah and Ariel were there to support Modern Family, which didn’t win in the two categories it was nominated in, best comedy and best supporting actor, for Ty Burrell. Modern Family has won so many Emmys so I don’t think anyone was broken up over this.
Julie Bowen was in Lela Rose, in an all white sheath dress with bronze metallic straps. This is an understated, polished look but there’s something off about her styling. I’ll be delicate – hopefully it will settle.
Constance Zimmer, like Sarah Hyland, was in Monique Lhullier, in this white cap-sleeve gown with a fuchsia brocade-like print. This is too bright pink for me. She was up for best supporting actress in a drama for UnReal, which went to Maggie Smith, of course, who didn’t bother to show up as usual. That was an ongoing joke last night and it worked I thought. Constance talked to Chris Harrison on the red carpet on ABC and he told her he wanted a cameo on UnReal, which is loosely based on The Bachelor. Oh and Kaiser wants me to say something about Constance’s hair. This is the classic helmet hair we had in the 90s. I had this hair in college in a dark red color inspired by Scully. It’s not surprising to me that 90s hair is coming back too and that it’s just as fug as most of the fashion.
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