Emmys 2015: 5 Worst Dressed Stars

  
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The 2015 Emmys marked a big night for television and there were even some history making wins, but before the stars were settled in and winners were announced, they strutted their stuff on the red carpet outside of L.A.’s Microsoft Theater. Unfortunately for the stars attending, the event was not a good night in terms of fashion, with some strange and just downright bad style choices being made. When beautiful stars choose horrible outfits it is truly confusing as they have stylists to ensure they don’t wind up on “worst dressed” lists. There were quite a few to choose from this year but, unfortunately, these fives stars showed up with the worst looks for this year’s Emmys.

5. Claire Danes

Claire Danes is a talented and beautiful actress and she always keeps things interesting on the red carpet, but interesting wasn’t enough to make this dress a good choice. Chains and metallics were a trend for some reason this year; however, the mix did not go well for Danes who wore a purple, shiny Prada gown. While others were loving this dress, there just doesn’t seem to be anything going right with it. The shape does nothing for Danes’ figure and the shiny material with chain straps look extremely out of place on an Emmys red carpet. The best thing about her red carpet look was her hot husband, Hugh Dancy.

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4. Jaimie Alexander

Actress Jaimie Alexander can rock a lot of looks that might not look great on other people, but the same can’t be said for the fashion risk she took with her red carpet gown. Alexander went for a techno/rainbow look with a dark glamour gown by Armani Prive. There was a lot to look at with his dress, and none of it good. The form is awkward and Alexander’s slick backed hair just made the whole look seem off and completely out of the ordinary for the usually stunning star.

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