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Emmy Fashion Predictions! What Will the Best Drama Actress Nominees Wear?

Emmy Fashion Predictions! What Will the Best Drama Actress Nominees Wear?
All eyes will be on this year’s Best Actress in a Drama Series nominees this Sunday when they walk the red carpet at the Emmys.

We’re predicting what and who they will be wearing on the big night!

Claire Danes: The “Homeland” star has worn Valentino twice this year — at the Met Gala and the Golden Globes — so we won’t be surprised to see her sporting one of his designs. She could also go with some of her other favorite designers, such as Oscar de la Renta or Narciso Rodriguez.
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Viola Davis: The “How to Get Away with Murder” star loves bright and bold colors for the red carpet, but has been mixing it up with designers this year. She has chosen designs by Trina Turk, Max Mara, and Escada multiple times throughout the years, so she may possibly wear one of those designers.
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Taraji P. Henson: The “Empire” actress loves a dress that accentuates her curves. She may choose to wear a plunging or strapless gown, like the Balenciaga she wore to the Met Gala this year.
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Tatiana Maslany: The “Orphan Black” starlet is a total wildcard, since she likes to change up her red carpet looks, from her Jenny Packham dress at the 2014 Golden Globes to her Oscar de la Renta dress at this year's SAG Awards. She’ll likely surprise us with whatever she chooses to wear!
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Elisabeth Moss: Elisabeth, who has been nominated six times, tends to love bright and bold-patterned dresses. If she doesn’t go bright, she might also go with a classic black dress, which she has done many times throughout the years.
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Robin Wright: The "House of Cards” actress prefers a structured look from favorite designer Ralph Lauren. She choose to wear the designer to the Emmys for the past two years, so don’t be surprised if she does it a third time!
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