The 2021 Emmys red carpet was a return to all the gorgeous gowns, smart suits and bold fashions we missed last year. And, boy, did the celebrities deliver!
Here are all the must-see trends from TV’s big night.
From left: Michaela Coel, Yara Shahidi, Angela Bassett, Uzo Aduba, Kaley Cuoco, Paulina AlexisGetty Images Can you feel the electricity? The Emmys red carpet was all about bright, bold, highlighter hues for that extra wow factor.
From top left: Kathryn Hahn, Samira Wiley, Ellen Pompeo, Amy Poehler, Rita Wilson, Leslie GrossmanGetty Images, AP Wearing pants on the red carpet is no longer shocking, but these stars have found new ways to wear menswear staples from blazers and ties to double-breasted buttons.
Fun with feathers
From left: Keri Russell, Renee Elise Goldsberry, Cynthia ErivoGetty Images If you want to add a little pizzazz, just add feathers! Take your cue from these actors who know that the look works with neutrals and bold colors.
Slinky slip dresses
From left: Madeline Brewer, America Ferrara, Issa Rae, Kerry WashingtonGetty Images Gowns are great, but a slinky little number can make a big impact when paired with interesting colors and fabrics.
Red carpet red
From top left: Sarah Paulson, Mandy Moore, O.T. Fagbenle, Tracee Ellis Ross, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Catherine O’HaraGetty Images The Emmys are once again being held in person and the red carpet is back. What better way to celebrate than with the classic, old Hollywood hue!
Fluffy ruffles From top left: Nicole Byer, Robin Thede, Billy Porter, Jurnee Smollett, Kaley Cuoco, Angela BassettGetty Images A well-placed ruffle can really make an outfit sing, as these stars prove. Colorful suiting From top left: Bo Burnham, Kenan Thompson, Dan Levy, Seth Rogen, Jason Sudeikis, Jonathan GroffGetty Images Let’s hear it for the guys! While there’s nothing wrong with a classic black tux, there’s something exciting about seeing men experiment with new colors, fabrics and styles. Related: Emmy 2021 nominees Jason Sudeikis, Michael Douglas and more on TODAY Sept. 15, 202108:20