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Emmys 2013: Best Dressed Of The Red Carpet

Gabi Duncan |
September 22, 2013 | 6:52 p.m. PDT

Staff Reporter

Every actress knows that winning an Emmy is great, but winning the award for best dressed is even better. Here are the best dressed from the 2013 Emmys.

Taylor Schilling (Twitter)
Taylor Schilling (Twitter)



Taylor Schilling 

The 'Orange is the New Black' actress looked wicked in white at her first Emmys. Schilling's Thakoon gown fit her like a glove and her gold Stuart Weitzman heels complemented the ensemble perfectly.

Kate Mara (Twitter)
Kate Mara (Twitter)

Kate Mara

Mara also dazzled in white from head to toe. The sexy J. Mendel dress was somewhat revealing with sheer cutouts and a thigh-high slit, but the 'House of Cards' actress kept it classy. She looks perfect from every angle.

Heidi Klum (Twitter)
Heidi Klum (Twitter)

Heidi Klum 

The German bombshell always works the red carpet and this was no exception. She stuns in this sparkly Versace gown.

Claire Danes (Twitter)
Claire Danes (Twitter)


Claire Danes

The 'Homeland' star looked glamorous as usual in this whimsical, pale nude Armani Prive frock. She kept the jewelry and hair simple to show off the unique beuaty of the dress.

Sofia Vergara  (Twitter)
Sofia Vergara (Twitter)

Sofia Vergara

Vergara looked red hot in this skintight number from Vera Wang that accentuated all of her curves. Her emerald jewelry added the perfect touch and thankfully, she had no wardrobe malfunctions this year.

Kerry Washington (Twitter)
Kerry Washington (Twitter)

Kerry Washington 

The 'Scandal' megastar always amazes on the red carpet. She looks beautiful, soft, and feminine in her floral, white and gold Marchesa gown from the Spring 2014 collection.

Kaley Cuoco (Twitter)
Kaley Cuoco (Twitter)


Kaley Cuoco 

'The Big Bang Theory' actress was banging in the color of the season in this burgundy Vera Wang gown with sheer panels at the top and flowing ruffles at the bottom.





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