Fashion Flashback: The Best Pink Gowns of The Emmy Awards!


The ceremony for The 74th Annual Emmy Awards takes place tomorrow night & I’m so excited to see what my favorite stars are wearing, especially since there are so many deserving returning favorites to the show, along with first-time nominees whose work has been dominating social media fodder. This includes Amanda Seyfried, Lily James, Sydney Sweeney, Zendaya, Elle Fanning, Hannah Waddingham, Rachel Brosnahan, Kaley Cuoco, Selena Gomez, Sandra Oh, Reese Witherspoon, Julia Garner, Christina Ricci, Melanie Lynskey, & more! However, in honor of tomorrow night’s broadcast, I wanted to take a walk down Fashion Memory Lane to celebrate gowns of years’ past in pink!

I choose pink since I am predicting that is the color that will reign over this year’s red carpet, especially after a summer of Barbiecore. In the past, we’ve seen elegance & edge in black, red, white, & metallic tones, but nothing beats a look in a pink champagne, cotton candy, rose gold, dusty rose, salmon, magenta, or dark fuchsia! No matter if an entire gown is in pink, if it’s in a pattern, or a playful accent to a look, pink hues are timeless & ageless, as well as luxe on any red carpet. Take s look at the range of pinks from previous Emmy Awards below:

Vanessa Kirby, Angelina Jolie, Julie Bowen, Emma Roberts, & Halle Berry at the Emmy Awards.
Maisie Williams, Giuliana Rancic, & Elisabeth Moss at the Emmy Awards.
Beth Behrs, Sophia Bush, Thandiwe Newton, Giuliana Rancic, Sophie Turner Jonas at the Emmy Awards.
Sarah Jessica Parker, Keri Russell, Jewel, Alexis Bledel, & January Jones at the Emmy Awards.
Lena Dunham, Dascha Polanco, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Vanessa Bayer, & Halsey at the Emmy Awards.
Vanessa Kirby, Yara Shahidi, Sandra Oh, Beanie Feldstein, & Debra Messing at the Emmy Awards.
Thandiwe Newton, Rose Byrne, Hannah Einbinder, Hannah Waddingham, & Tracee Ellis Ross at the Emmy Awards.
Brooke Shields, Jane Fonda, Tracee Ellis Ross, Viola Davis, & Zooey Deschanel at the Emmy Awards.
Uzo Aduba, MJ Rodriguez, Elisabeth Moss, Angela Bassett, & Padma Lakshmi at the Emmy Awards.
Taraji P. Henson, Mandy Moore, Marisa Tomei, & Susan Kelechi Watts at the Emmy Awards.

Who wore your favorite pink look? Do you like a midi dress in pastel pink or prefer a dramatic gown in a neon pink? What colors do you like pink paired with? Who are you rooting for at tomorrow’s Emmys? For more celebrity posts, check out: Ana de Armas at the Venice Film Festival, Zendaya’s most gorgeous green looks, & a fashion flashback with singer Kacey Musgraves! Happy Styling!

Watch This Style: Lipstick Jungle Has Been On My Mind!


There aren’t very many short-lived television shows that stick with me, but without a doubt, Lipstick Jungle is one of them & I’m so happy to have dvds of both seasons, but I still want more from the show that is no longer on the air (boo NBC!).  However, I was lucky to come across some style inspiration in the form of this video with a behind-the-scenes look at the styles worn by characters Nico, Wendy, & Victory, played respectively by Kim Raver, Brooke Shields, & Lindsay Price.  Who was your favorite on the show? Which were your favorite scenes? Could Nico’s romance with Kirby get any hotter?! If only!

For more on the long, lost but not forgotten show, check out my previous post here.  Take a look at the video below & share it with your fellow Style Darlings! Happy Styling!

Watch This Style: Long Live Lipstick Jungle, Featuring Victory Ford, Nico Reilly, & Wendy Healy!


Unfortunately, one of my favorite short-lived shows, Lipstick Jungle, was canceled a few years back, but I found myself searching away on YouTube for a darling clip of the show that I still love sooo much! Even though the show, created by Sex & the City author Candace Bushnell, lasted a whole 20 episodes, I wanted to share this clip.

The show starred Brooke Shields as movie exec Wendy Healy, Kim Raver as media mogul Nico Reilly, & Lindsay Price as fashion designer Victory Ford.  I have to say that Nico & Victory were my favorites, but fashion played such a big role in the show, as though it was a whole other character, defining each of the powerful women.

Take a look & enjoy! Express your love for the show, just as I have.  Obviously, it’s not coming back, but it’s worth the almost 7-minutes here! I’ll be sure to post more video clips of the show that continues to inspire my style & wardrobe, as well as strengthen my relationships with my closest female friends. If you like this post, then check out more from Watch This Style, featuring Sex & the City 2 clips,  looks from the stars of Pan Am, & Gwen Stefani’s Top 5 Most Stylish Music Videos! Happy Styling!