Give my regards to Broadway – their awards ceremony sure brings out the most stylish stars!
Award season has brought us yet another red carpet to ogle, with gorgeous stars and beautiful gowns. We’ve picked some of our favorite looks from last night’s Tony Awards; let’s see if you agree with us!
When a supermodel gets ready to hit the red carpet, she knows she can always get away with a daring look.
Candice’s Prabal Gurung dress had a gorgeous strapless top with color blocking that fades into a semi-sheer, glittery skirt that shows off what looks like a high-waisted panty. We can’t see her shoes well, but it looks like she chose a fun strappy heel.
The television celebrity wore one of the most daring looks of the night – and it worked. so. well!
Her lacy jumpsuit by Rodarte is genius, with stunning long sleeves that pop at the shoulders, and a skinny leg that’s completely sheer. You can see a simple black panty underneath, and a cute bow covers her on top.
Who knew blue eyeshadow could be so chic?
For Cobie Smulders, it was the perfect complement to her whimsically printed gown by Schiaparelli Couture. It’s a simple design; a strapless top and a voluminous skirt, but becomes so much more with the collection of drastic prints within the pattern.
Tony Award winner Cynthia Nixon’s Rosie Assoulin gown is proof that the devil is in the details.
What could have been a simple pink frock is dynamic and fun with an asymmetrical strapless top and an uneven hem, something we’ve seen become trendy as of late. A colored shoe choice is perfect for summer, the season where we want more color in our wardrobe.
The Broadway queen and singer executed a semi-sheer frock in such a classy way with this choice!
Her stunning Gomez-Gracia gown is sheer all over, with expertly placed gold and silver starbursts to cover what needs to be covered. The long sleeves and strong black waistband were unique touches that made this dress so much more beautiful.
What was YOUR favorite look at the Tony Awards this year?
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Until next time,