Faviana on Trend: 2018 Emmy Awards

Most people tune into award shows to watch their favorite celebrities win astonishing achievements, but here at Faviana on Trend, we focus on the incredible fashion aspect of the night. The 2018 Emmy Awards was a magnificent event full of luxurious gowns, stunning accessories, and vibrant confidence that will leave you thinking, “How can I achieve this look?” Do not worry, Faviana is here to help! Check out our ideas on achieving similar looks to your favorite celebrities and styles.

Cloud Blue at the 2018 Emmy Awards

2018 Emmy Awards
Source: CNN

Issa Rae looked stunning strutting down the red carpet in her light blue jumpsuit.  When we first saw this look we were captivated by the exquisite embellishment and style of the outfit. Issa Rae definitely made a statement on the Emmys red carpet and you can too by checking out Faviana Style S10041. This sparkly, sequin dress features a high slit and lace up back. The empire silhouette is flattering on all body types. This chiffon dress is available in cloud blue, ivory, and lilac. Pair this dress with silver jewelry and heels. This is a great option for prom, a pageant, or as a bridesmaid dress.

Tight and Structured Bodices at the 2018 Emmy Awards

2018 Emmy Awards
Source: CNN

Heidi Klum was nothing less than stunning in this gorgeous dress that fit perfectly to her body shape. The first element that draws the eye to this dress is the super tight and structured bodice. This look accentuated her body effortlessly and elegantly. This look can be achieved with Faviana style 8083, which is simple yet stunning and a refined classic. This dress is perfect for any body type as it features a fitted, ruched top, and a long flowing stretch faille satin skirt. Available in black, dusty pink, ivory, peri and wine, the off-the-shoulder, softly draped sleeves give an update to this classic silhouette. Accessorize this dress based on the look you’re going for – when in doubt, do a red lip and pretty up-do. This dress is perfect for any occasion – whether it be prom, a bridesmaid dress, a wedding dress, or any special event!

Sexy Sequins at the 2018 Emmy Awards

2018 Emmy Awards
Source: Cosmopolitan

Samira Wiley gleamed in her silver sequin gown and looked nothing short of perfection. Looking to achieve this look? Check out Faviana Style ES10112. This long, full sequin dress is sexy on all body types and exudes an hourglass shape. Available in Black, Hunter Green, Merlot and Rose Gold, this dress features a low back and elegant, thin, adjustable halter straps. Keep accessories to a minimum – this dress itself makes a statement. Capture the room at your next gala or red carpet event!

Black and Silver at the 2018 Emmy Awards

2018 Emmy Awards
Source: News.com

Amanda Brugel stunned on the red carpet last night in her gorgeous black gown with silver bodice detailing. She kept her hair in a trendy wavy bob and wore minimal accessories. If you’re looking to take the red carpet to prom, then check out Faviana Style S7715E. Faviana Style S7715E is dainty yet sexy. Its sweetheart neckline and jersey fabric will highlight your curvy figure. Beautiful lace applique covers the bodice and wraps around to the back cutout on this coral, navy, or tiffany blue dress. Accessorize with a delicate short necklace and bold earrings. This is a perfect dress for prom, homecoming, or a wedding guest.

Let us know what your favorite look was at the 2018 Emmy Awards by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs @FavianaNYC!

xo,

Caelin

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Glam & Gowns is a blog curated with content written by authors from Faviana. Here you will get the latest tips and trends on all things fashion, beauty and lifestyle.

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