The 62 Annual Emmys were last night, and they were extremely enjoyable once you got past the fact that it sounded like everyone was saying "The 60-Second Annual Emmys." That made me feel like they were going to bring out the Micro Machines guy and have him do the whole show superfast, then leave us with an hour and 59 minutes left before it was time to switch channels and watch Mad Men. Anyway, while the show was very well done, the fashion was pretty boring--none of the good was good enough, and none of the bad was bad enough. Here is my recap.
Ty and Holly Burrell
I actually liked Ty's grey tux, but those shoes are kinda sad. However, he plays someone awkward, so he gets away with it. His wife? Well, at least she looks happy. Then again, I would also be happy if I'd just escaped from Las Vegas Muppet Dance Prison with only the clothes on my back.
I am generally too blinded by my love of Tina Fey to criticize what she wears, but I don't know about this one. I do like the shape, but the print reminded me of Screen Beans.
Speaking of Microsoft Office-inspired fashion, Betty White's dress is totally one of the custom gradient options. I know we are not supposed to criticize Betty White, but I am just pointing out that this is not a place to go dress shopping:
For being the shortest dress out there, this was still somehow too much: the rosettes were bulky, the shoes looked like they had ants crawling on them, and the necklace was not my fave. All in all, this could have (maybe) worked for something like the Teen Choice Awards, but not the Emmys. Let's check in with Caitlar one more time: