Emmys 2015 Red Carpet: See the Top Style Trends of the Night (Including Sunshine-Yellow!)

Taylor Schilling, Mindy Kaling, and Heidi Klum at the Emmys 2015
The 2015 Emmys (on Sunday, Sept. 20, in L.A.) introduced Us to a whole slew of new style trends, including a stunning sunshine yellow hue and off-the-shoulder necklines; see them all here! Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic; FOX/FOX Collection/Getty Images; Jason Merritt/Getty Images

#Trending! The 2015 Emmys, held in L.A. on Sunday, Sept. 20, brought out TV's most fashionable ladies. (Hello, Kerry Washington!) So naturally, they introduced Us to a few fab style trends we can't stop gushing about.

From bold hues to gorgeously embellished frocks, to crisp tuxedoes on the ladies, click through to see the top five trends on the Emmys red carpet!

Sunshine Yellow

The happiest color hit the red carpet! Taylor Schilling donned the glowing hue in a Stella McCartney dress, as did Mindy Kaling in Salvador Perez, Heidi Klum in her sheer Versace dress, and Padma Lakshmi, who stunned in a Romona Keveza gown with a sweetheart neckline. 


Sarah Paulson, Kiernan Shipka, and Sarah Hyland
Sarah Paulson, Kiernan Shipka, and Sarah Hyland Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images; John Shearer/WireImage.com; John Shearer/WireImage.com

Cold shoulder? Not from these ladies. Nominee Sarah Paulson tried the off-the-shoulder trend in her custom Prabal Gurung dress, Sarah Hyland rocked it with her oxblood Zac Posen stunner, and Kiernan Shipka worked the neckline in her peplum top, which she teamed with cigarette pants, both by Dior Haute Couture.

Heavy Embellishments

Kerry Washington, Naomi Watts, and Christina Hendricks
Kerry Washington, Naomi Watts, and Christina Hendricks Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images; Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Shine, baby, shine! Washington, 38, lead the pack of ladies in heavily embellished dresses by wearing a fresh-off-the-runway Marc Jacobs dress. (Seriously, it made its debut at New York Fashion Week just three days before!) Naomi Watts (in Dior Haute Couture) and Christina Hendricks (in Naeem Khan) also went for over-the-top accents.


Elisabeth Moss, Christine Baranski, and Samira Wiley
Elisabeth Moss, Christine Baranski, and Samira Wiley Barry King/Getty Images; Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for TNT LA

Sizzling! Elisabeth Moss celebrated her seventh Emmy nomination by wearing an Oscar de la Renta dress in the eye-popping shade. Christine Baranski (in Zac Posen) and Samira Wiley (in a caped, one-shoulder Jill Stuart design) also modeled the ultra-femme color.

Asymmetrical Necklines

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lady Gaga, and Nazanin Boniadi
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Lady Gaga, and Nazanin Boniadi Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images; Steve Granitz/WireImage.com; Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images

One-sleeve party! Veep winner Julia Louis-Dreyfus stunned, per usual, in a one-shoulder Safiyaa crepe gown (teamed with dozens of carats of Chopard diamonds). But she wasn't alone! No less than six ladies worked the asymmetrical neckline, including Lady Gaga in an elegant Brandon Maxwell dress with a rosebud detail on the hip and Nazanin Boniadi in a white, one-sleeved Stephane Rolland beauty.

Ladies in Tuxes

Tatiana Maslany, Lisa Kudrow, and Jane Lynch
Tatiana Maslany, Lisa Kudrow, and Jane Lynch Jason Merritt/Getty Images; Paul A. Hebert/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images; Steve Granitz/WireImage.com

You looked great, Jon Hamm, but these gals really hit it out of the park in their crisp separates! While nominee Tatiana Maslany sported a plunging smoking jacket and matching pants by Bouchra Jarrar Paris, Lisa Kudrow chose a velvet Max Mara tux, and Jane Lynch worked a black and white suit, finished with a statement diamond necklace. 

What was your favorite trend of the night? Tweet with @UsWeekly using the hashtag #stylebyUs!

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