Celebrities attended the 2024 Emmy Awards in Los Angeles on Monday.
While some attendees wore daring outfits, others were a miss.
Here are six celebrity outfits that missed the mark.
The 75th Emmy Awards were held at the Peacock Theatre in Los Angeles on Monday evening.
Celebrities walked the carpet in daring outfits, including colorful ballgowns, embroidered dresses, and sheer designs. But not every look was a hit.
There were six Emmy Award outfits that missed the mark, in our opinion.
Jessica Chastain's neon fringe dress would have looked better in a different color.
Chastain wore a neon-green Gucci dress, according to an Instagram post by the celebrity stylist Elizabeth Stewart, that was adorned in sequins, with a plunging V-neckline and a fringe skirt.
While the sequins and fringe gave the dress a glamorous look, it would have worked better in a softer color.
Quinta Brunson's Dior gown was beautiful, but the crushed satin fabric didn't translate well in photos.
Quinta Brunson won the award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her role in "Abbott Elementary." After her win, the actor posed for photos, and the online commentary quickly turned to her dusty-pink Dior dress, which appeared wrinkled in photos uploaded to the celebrity fashion Instagram account Check The Tag.
People reported that Brunson's stylist, Jessica Paster, defended the dress, commenting on the post: "Guys guys guys… it's crushed satin… I knew you were gonna say something!! It's beautiful silhouette on her and fabric… and the color is gorgeous on her."
Charlie Puth should be applauded for his bold outfit choice, but it would have worked better without the oversize coat.
Puth walked the carpet in a white oversize coat, matching pants, a low-cut shirt adorned with star patterns, and black shoes.
The outfit stood out on the carpet, and Puth should be applauded for the daring choice. But the oversize coat looked slightly out of place with the rest of the outfit.
Ali Wong's Louis Vuitton dress had too many contrasting colors and patterns.
People reported that Wong wore a custom Louis Vuitton dress with a silver beaded bodice, a sheer neckline, and a floral skirt.
While the individual elements of the dress were beautiful, they looked overwhelming when brought together due to the contrasting colors, patterns, and material.
Riley Keough's sheer dress didn't pair well with the patterned underskirt.
Keough wore a black Chanel dress with a plunging neckline and a sheer, floor-length skirt, Today reported. The dress would have worked better with a black underskirt instead of the patterned garment she chose.
Alex Borstein's outfit looked more like a costume than award-show attire.
Borstein wore a strapless lace minidress with a floor-length, long-sleeved robe that had a halter neckline and 3D rose and feather embellishments.
She accessorized with open-toe heels, a black fringe clutch bag, and a red-and-black headpiece. The outfit was certainly daring, but it appeared more fitting to a costume party than a red-carpet event.
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