Faviana On Trend: Emmy Awards

Last night, the 69th Annual Emmy Awards honored the best prime time television programming in the United States. While we got to see our favorite shows win, we also got to see the casts dress up in style and make fashion statements of their own. We narrowed down our favorite celeb looks at the VMAs, so we’re here now to do the same. Here are a list of the top trends that we spotted throughout the night. This is, Faviana On Trend: Emmy Awards!

Cape Dress at The Emmy Awards

Cape Dress for Faviana Emmy Awards
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Actress of The Sinner, Jessica Biel, stepped out on the red carpet in a shining matter. Her gown was covered in sparkles, as her shoes matched the dazzle perfectly. She already made a statement and stole the spotlight, so a single silver bracelet is the only accessory she needed to complete her look. The most interesting part about her dress though is the thin cape that drapes over her shoulders. Faviana Style S8087 is a showstopper as well, featuring the attached cape sleeves. You’ll be sure to capture the room at your next event!

Metallic Millennial Pink at The Emmy Awards

Millennial Pink for Faviana Emmy Awards
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Elisabeth Moss brought a playful feeling with our latest obsession, millennial pink! This light shade took over your Instagram feed, and she couldn’t have worn it better. Both youthful and bold in ways just like Faviana Style 8060, Elisabeth went with a strapless style dress that fell right below her knee. Her down, light hair and fair skin allow this color to suite her flawlessly. Let’s not leave out that she paired her dress with matching millennial pink shoes and a clutch, exaggerating this trend more!

Lady in Red at The Emmy Awards

Red for Faviana Emmy Awards
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The next celeb was nothing but sexy and elegant last night. Heidi Klum wore a jaw-dropping, red gown with a high leg slit. Faviana Style 7747 demonstrates an example of this, showing the right amount of skin with a touch of grace and femininity. She paired the dress flawlessly with her red shoes, while adding her own personality with the stacks of bracelets on her wrists. Heidi certainly made this style and dress her own!

Aubergine Color Trend at The Emmy Awards

Aubergine for Faviana Emmy Awards
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We watched New York Fashion Week break out with a deep purple with the fashion and beauty shown. It’s no surprise that aubergine is the color trend this season, and our beloved actress Lea Michele couldn’t have rocked it better. Faviana Style 8000 is the perfect pick to an aubergine dress like hers. She wore a long gown with straps and a swoop neck. The metallic patterns with the eggplant color gave the right amount of texture to stand out on her own. Lea even was bold to go with a sleek middle part tucked behind her ears, showing off her bold earrings effortlessly.

Black Floral at The Emmy Awards

Black Floral for Faviana Emmy Awards
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Be the opposite of a wallflower by following in Julianne Hough’s footsteps. She went in long, black gown with pink floral prints near the top. Faviana Style S8080 has the same fun and exotic vibe, having bright colors against a black background. She paired the intricately-designed dress with a black clutch, an array of rings, and hanging earrings. Julianne also styled her hair in a neat updo, drawing all the attention to the wild pattern on her body instead.

Let us know what your favorite look was by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs @FavianaNYC!

xoxo,

Gina

Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

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