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Elisabeth Moss: My style doesn't make a splash

Published 16/09/2015

Elisabeth Moss
Elisabeth Moss

Elisabeth Moss' dress for this year's Emmys truly represents her.

(Cover) - EN Star Style - Elisabeth Moss is never interested in making a statement with her appearance.

The 33-year-old is one of many stars planning their red carpet looks for the 67th Annual Emmy Awards on Sunday, where she's in the running for outstanding leading actress in a drama series for her role as Peggy Olson in Mad Men. While she's set on dazzling in her outfit, Elisabeth isn't desperate to turn heads in a dramatic way.

"I’m never interested in causing a splash or making a statement. For my hair, I'm keeping it blonde because it will look better for the dress," she told "And for the dress, I just want a nice combination of something that is stylish and will be well received by magazines such as InStyle, but something that I believe is me. I think that my dress really represents that this year."

If her recent outfits to showbiz events, such as a red leather mini dress at the TIFF premiere of her film High-Rise, are anything to go by, Elisabeth is sure to look fabulous at the Emmys. Thanks to being surrounded by fashion experts both in work and downtime she's been able to carve her own aesthetic.

"I feel like I’ve found my personal style in a way. I’ve found what I like, and at the same time I have great people that I trust, like my stylist Karla Welch," she smiled. "She’s wonderful, and I always find it’s a good combination of what I want - which is usually just to be comfortable - and what she knows about style that I don’t."

Fellow Mad Men stars including Christina Hendricks and Jon Hamm will also be attending the ceremony on Sunday and the clan will be celebrating the last time the show will receive award nods, as its seventh and final series aired earlier this year.

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