Stylelist has predicted who may be up to win "Best Dressed" out of all the newly announced Emmy nominees. Some of our favorite stars from this hypothetical list include:
Christina Hendricks- Nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series for her portrayal as "Joan Harris" in the highly acclaimed, and very stylish, TV-series Mad Men, the volumptuous red-head likes to wear form-fitting ensembles such as pencil skirts and low-cut tops to show off her mad curvy figure. Some of her favorite designers include L'Wren Scott and Dolce & Gabanna.
Elisabeth Moss- Another Mad Men star nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series is Elisabeth Moss for her role as "Peggy Olson". She has appeared on red carpets across the world looking fabulous wearing the works of designers such as Luella, Roksanda, J. Mendel, and Donna Karen.
Sophia Vergara- Nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her role as "Gloria Delgado-Pritchett" in Modern Family, this Columbian beauty is every bit as stylish as she is hilarious. Always dressed to the nines, Vergara turns heads by frequently flaunting plunging necklines, curve-hugging skirts and bright, bold colors.
Kate Winslet- Nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her role as "Mildred Pierce" in Mildred Pierce, Kate Winslet has been a favorite Hollywood style icon for years. A natural beauty, Kate looks great in anything whether she's rocking a black Ralph Lauren dress, running around town in a fitted blazer and jeans, or floating down the red carpet in a flowing white gown.
Diane Lane- Nominated for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or a Movie for her role as "Patricia Loud" in Cinema Verite, Diane Lane has effortless beauty and style. From Hollywood glam to fresh-faced natural beauty, Lane's style is definitely versatile. Lane has donned many red carpet triumphs in designers such as Lanvin, Gustavo Cadile and Michael Kors.