Emmy Nominee Style
The scene-stealing star never looks better than when she's in brights like this Kevan Hall gown. The Knocked Up knockout is a first time nominee.
Oh takes as many risks with her wardrobe as she does with her work. At last year's Emmys, she paired a periwinkle Vera Wang gown with a pile of chain necklaces and joked that she looked like the duchess of a small country. With three Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe to her name, no doubt she could take on any nation.
Wilson knows how to make the most of her curves in glamour girl gowns of satin and taffeta. The confection she wore to the Daytime Emmys not only clung where it counts, it gave her skin a golden glow. Just what the doctor ordered.
Field seems to keep things simple when she hits the red carpet, and why not? With two Oscars, two Emmys and two Golden Globes, this actress has nothing to prove. The Brothers and Sisters matriarch will likely don a little black dress or tailored pantsuit.
Sedgwick picked up a Golden Globe earlier this year in a fanciful Armani gown, but we love it when she shows off her shape in sophisticated number like this one from HervÃ© LÃ©ger.
Last year's winner has been sporting neutral gowns that play up the natural beauty she inherited from her legendary mom, Jayne Mansfield. The SVU star looks just as stunning in bright shades of orange and green, so stay tuned.
Along with her famous siblings, this small screen psychic has a style all her own. What do we predict this Emmy-winner will wear? Perhaps a classic gown with a funky twist, like this leather-bodiced stunner.
Driver isn't afraid of making an entrance, preferably in something clingy and red. This time around, the Oscar-nominated actress might let her wild curls announce her arrival.
Jersey nails? Fuhgettaboutit. Falco has picked up her three Emmys in classic draped gowns worn with subtle makeup and sleek Hollywood hair. This is the sixth nomination for The Sopranos star.
Huffman proudly walked away with an Emmy in 2005 for her role as Lynette Scavo in this very category. And whether the dress she chooses this year is sexy or structured, you can be sure she'll be showing off one of her best assets, her perfectly sculpted arms.
The two-time Emmy winner (one for Christine in 2006 and one for Seinfeld in 1996) consistently makes good decisions when it comes to awards-show dressing. Whether it's a red flowy gown or last year's black-and-white stunner by pal Narciso Rodriguez, she sticks to dresses that flatter her petite frame.
The former SNL star is becoming more comfortable in front of the camera and it shows. She favors simple, '50s-inspired black dresses and ditches her trademark glasses on the red carpet. This is Fey's fourth Emmy nomination, but her first for 30 Rock.
There is no sign of sweet Betty Suarez when Ferrera hits the red carpet. The Golden Globe winner is ready for her first Emmy win and will likely dress in a classic yet feminine dress that hugs her sexy curves.
While this Emmy winner often opts for loose waves and little black dresses, don't be surprised if she changes it up a bit like she did here-in a cream cocktail dress with accordion pleats and a sophisticated updo. After all, she's got plenty to celebrate: she received a second nomination this year for her work in miniseries The Robber Bride.
Jaime Pressly has walked the Emmy red carpet as a nominee before-she was up for the same trophy in 2006. But since last year, she's taken on a new role, as mom to son Desi. Since Pressly prefers curve-hugging gowns, fashion watchers will probably get to see her show off her post-baby body.
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, for The Office
Sky-high heels may not be on the style agenda for Jenna Fischer at this year's ceremony– he Office nominee injured her back when she fell down a flight of stairs earlier this year. Luckily, Fischer's naturally sexy red carpet style works equally well with kitten heels or flats.
Vanessa L. Williams
She plays a villainous editor with killer style on Ugly Betty, but Vanessa Williams doesn't need to raid any fashion closets to conjure up her winning red carpet style. The 40-something Williams always pulls off sexy with style.
Two-time Emmy nominee Elizabeth Perkins takes an, ahem, organic approach to red carpet fashion. The Weeds star chose a simple yet stunning Max Azria gown for the 2007 SAG Awards.