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Emmy's 2010

Did you watch the red carpet last night for the Emmy's? I love watching these award show red carpets more than the show itself.  I just saw the pictures online. One the sites I looked at was radaronline.com. These pictures are from there.

First, I liked the navy blue one.  The dress had lots of drama and she wore it well. The purple one was interesting.  Still trying to decide if I like it. Maybe it would have been better with the layers on the bottom but not both.  I really love the color and the idea. Maybe a little too much going on.
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This next dress worn by Eva Longoria was so pretty. The black flowers on the bottom of the dress was so stunning! She looked  great, too. I wonder how the dress would look in a lighter color? Maybe the floral details would show up better.

radaronline.com
Out of  all the dresses I saw these were the most interesting ones. I was a little disappointed there weren't more WOW dresses. Also, there were some that made you wonder if those stylist had jobs after the show.  Well, I will let the Rachel Zoe's of the world keep doing their job while I will continue to be a distant admirer.

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  1. Hi Kelly! This is Kelly from Two Peas! Beautiful blog design! Yeah for you!

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  2. Hi Kelly!! Coming to check out your new blog, girl! It's looking wonderful! I really like the "theme" or pattern of the design on the sides. Can't wait to check out more.
    I missed the Emmy's, myself. Didn't pay the slightest attention...I tend to be just hooked on HGTV these days. :)

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  3. I can't believe I missed the Emmy's!! I prefer the navy blue dress but think the purple one is quite interesting too. :-) Your blog is looking awesome and I love the background design you're using. I'm now follower #10 and look forward to seeing what else you have in store!

    -Kim

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