Sure, the Emmys are technically all about the awards, but if you’re anything like us then you probably get more excited about the fashion.
Last night’s Emmys red carpet did not disappoint. From Billy Porter’s stunning crystal suit and hat combo to Jameela Jamil’s Jasmine-inspired number, the celebs went above and beyond this year. If you’re feeling similarly inclined, then you’re in luck because four of our favorite looks from the 2019 red carpet are available for your shopping pleasure right now. Ready, set, shop.
Lena Headey in Brock Collection
If you were as obsessed with the 45-year-old Game of Thrones star’s frothy floral number with its deep V-neck and romantic dual black bows, then you’ll be happy to know the tiered asymmetric silk maxi skirt ($4,750) and tie-accented silk jacket ($2,720) are available for pre-order. (Yeah, we thought it was a dress too.) The set is basically perfect for a spring wedding and is set to ship by April 29, 2020. Brownie points if you replicate Headey’s top knot while rocking it.
Jameela Jamil in Monique Lhuillier
The 33-year-old The Good Place star hit the red carpet in a matching set that, to borrow her words, put out all the Jasmine from Aladdin vibes. Jamil opted for Monique Lhuillier’s one-shoulder silk bandeau top ($1,395) and pleated silk-faille ballgown skirt ($3,495), which is now available for preorder.
Billy Porter in Michael Kors Collection
Not only did the 50-year-old Pose star go home with an Emmy, but he also won the red carpet in this sparkling Michael Kors Collection suit. The exact crystal pinstripe crepe wide-leg pants ($4,990) Porter wore on the red carpet are available to shop via preorder. And while his chic blazer isn’t up for grabs, a similar looking double crepe sable crystal pinstripe jacket romper ($5,990) is.
Kelly Osbourne in Brandon Maxwell
The 2019 Emmys were a night for capes, capes and more capes. The 34-year-old TV personality was right on trend in this black Brandon Maxwell cape overlay bustier crepe gown ($3,295). Although the silhouette is minimalist, those cutouts are anything but.
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