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The Best-Dressed Celebrities at the 2019 Primetime Emmy Awards

These looks were all winners at the 71st Primetime Emmy Awards

Amanda Bell
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James Van Der Beek

The Pose star kept it casual and cool with this crushed velvet rose-colored jacket.

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Rhea Seehorn

The Better Call Saul star might've been robbed of an individual acting nomination at the Emmys, but her look was a big win.

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Sterling K. Brown

The This Is Us star looked dapper as ever with his crimson jacket and bowtie and swanky tinted shades.

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Brittany Snow

It's a little Disney Princess, sure, but the fit and color are divine on her, and her hair styling is in keeping with the aesthetic, so it works.

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Milo Ventimiglia

The This Is Us star chose wisely when he picked this jacket color, which was fresh and fun.

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Akbar Gbaja-Biamila

The NFL star's choice of patterns was a total touchdown with this well-tailored suit.

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Annie Murphy

Alexis Rose would be proud of everything about this look. From the no-fuss waves to the shoulder pop of this gown to how well she's leaning into her sparkle, this is a win.

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Betty Gilpin

The GLOW star looked like a dream in this starry gown that highlights her figure. Her soft locks serve as a lovely contrast to the drama of the dress.

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Billy Porter

The hat. The moon purse. The shiny stripes. The man does not miss ever, and certainly not at the 2019 Emmy Awards.

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Catherine O'Hara

The Schitt's Creek star is known to love wearing bold black-and-white contrast pieces, but this one was especially striking for the Lead Actress in a Comedy nominee.

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Clea DuVall

Another actress who made the pants look work was this Veep star, who echoed her look nicely with practical dress shoes and a sharp bob.

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D'Arcy Carden

The Good Place star skipped her usual bow neckline for something a little sleeker, because Janet definitely knows clean lines are the way to go with little black dresses like this one.

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Emilia Clarke

The Mother of Dragons showed just how brave she was with this barely-there suspender-style top that was tied together, literally, by a nice full navy bottom. Granted, the construction is a little strange on the skirtline, but we still can't take our eyes off of it, which makes this a success.

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Emily Hampshire

The Schitt's Creek star didn't break the mold with this ruby one-shouldered dress, but it sure does feel like a Cabaret moment for the woman we normally see in so much plaid on-screen.

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Jameela Jamil

Another star to embrace the bright blue hue was this The Good Place actress, whose dress would definitely earn the Tahani stamp of approval.

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Jodie Comer

The Killing Eve star's dress managed to successfully meld sharp cuts with a soft tone, which is pretty reflective of her character work in the series.

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Kerry Washington

Black and white two-toned pieces were popular on the Emmys carpet, but the Scandal star slayed especially hard with her popped collar top and sequined pants.

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Kristen Bell

The Good Place star had fun with shape and colors with her gladiator-style gown.

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Maisie Williams

The Game of Thrones star made quirky look elegant with this mixed-embellishment strappy gown. It was a nice touch for her earring to match the jeweled arc on her hip, too.

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Mandy Moore

The This Is Us star really leaned into her Dynasty glam appeal with this red-pink fluff gown.

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Natasha Lyonne

The Russian Doll star dressed like an Oscar for the Emmys and channeled her character's funky necklines, and we were very into her look, even if we did wish she'd paired it with her signature curls.

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Niecy Nash

The Claws star had already landed on a great color and dare-to-go-there neckline with this gown -- and then she threw on the stylish matching head wrap and really sold this look.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge

On her show, the Fleabag creator and star gave us that jumpsuit. On the carpet, this simple bit of sparkle and her elegant swoop 'do allow her natural beauty to shine.

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Rachel Brosnahan

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel star opted for a little throwback '80s drama with this shapely design that gave us a whole new perspective on the stunning actress. That high pony was a great choice.

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Regina King

It's hard to think of a more radiant color for her than this Tiffany blue, and beyond the exquisite hue, this dress also offers a very flattering waistline and shoulder.

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RuPaul Charles

Points to the Drag Race host for hamming it up with this eye-catching two-toned fabric.

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Taraji P. Henson

There were a lot of attendants who opted for the pink-red dynamic, but this Empire star did it best with her bold open bust and glamorous hairstyle.

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The Masked Singer characters

This is a show that lives by its gimmick, so it seemed extra fitting that the masks would come as-is for the Emmys red carpet. Well played.

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Zendaya

She was really giving us a case of Euphoria with this elegant and sultry green gown.